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Reviewed September 26, 2017 via mobile

Well located for our needs. Staff at check in were not very helpful. We could not pay with a foreign credit card so had to pay up front in cash and they did not want to give us a receipt. Our tour guide had to intervene as no English spoken. The rooms cards must be reactivated after midday each day. No restaurant, so no breakfast and had to go out to eat. No laundry service but iron and ironing board in room. One room had a fridge not plugged in, the other had no fridge. We used the tea cups and they were not washed after use, although we had fresh towels and complimentary water each day. Excellent air con, comfortable beds, and functioning bathroom. Other guests kept knocking on our doors and it was noisy in the rooms because so close to reception. Would stay again but bring your sense of humour.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled with friends
Thank Joanna K
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Reviewed June 3, 2017

The hotel is across the river half an hour walk from the Ancient Street of Tunxi. The hotel name was Parrion in August 2016. The hotel is well maintained and clean. The hotel was kind of luxurious. Breakfast was nice. Staff was nice and helpful. They let us leave our lugagges in the reception while we travelled to Huangshan Mt. Extern travel agents and solo drivers were hunting at the lobby. I didn't like that.

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Ondrej K
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Reviewed December 30, 2016

Spent a night here before taking High Speed Train to Wuyishan.

Hotel is quite luxurious. Room space is huge including the bathroom area with bathtub. Encountered some maintenance issues with the bathtub and had a change of room.

Bed very clean and comfortable. TV with plenty of programs mostly in Chinese. Wifi ok.

Hotel location is 15 minutes walk from the Old Street across the river.

Breakfast was very good.

  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank TJX05
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Reviewed January 5, 2016

The hotel well located in the heart of Tunxi. Not really near to the Tunxi old street, but still walkable, around 15 minutes.
The room itself was quite spacious and clean. There is a glass on the bathroom door, and we could see through it, and it was kinda awkward. But overall the hotel room was pleasant and worth the money. Aside from that, the wifi was quite fast and doesnt need to input our phone number to login (typical Chinese Hotel wifi needs it).

If you take a cab from Tunxi bus station to the hotel, the cab fare should be around 10-15 RMB

  • Stayed: January 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank Jane B
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Reviewed November 16, 2015

Ultimate destination was Mt Huangshan, but since we did not want to stay more than a night on the mountain, we decided to stay the night before at Tunxi (aka Huangshan City). The Parrion fitted the bill perfectly and for a price that will put a smile on your face.

We took the late morning bus from Hangzhou to Tunxi and arrived in Tunxi early enough to enjoy most of the afternoon walking around Tunxi old street (very authentic) and beyond the old bridge. Had a good dinner there before heading back to the hotel.

Parrion Hotel is well located in a quiet suburb south of the river, but close enough to the old street that one could almost walk the way. (10-15 min walk perhaps). The hotel itself comprises a number of independent buildings which is slightly confusing to the first timer since the check in is at the second building. (First building is where we go for breakfast, and our rooms were in the 4th building.) Numbering of the rooms is always confusing in China since they prefer to use numbers in stead of alphabets to differentiate wings or buildings.

What can I say. Rooms were spacious and with full facilities (incl fridge and wifi). Breakfast was a lavish buffet deal (with some Western options). Getting to breakfast could be a longish walk, but at the time we were there, it was probably low season, and we usually did not have to wait too long for the free buggy shuttle, available on call from the reception building.

We stayed there again for another 2 nights after our Mt Huangshan overnight outing. This gave us the chance to more fully explore the other Huizhou attractions (like Hongcun, village, Tangyue Arches, Chengkan Village and Tangmocun. Hotel was nice enough to allow us to store our big bags there during our Mt Huangshan outing, so we need not have to bring more than our warm clothings plus an overnight clothes change for the mountain.

Room Tip: Take a room in the same building as the reception or the breakfast to minimize walking between buildings.
  • Stayed: November 2015, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank LAUCHEEHONG
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