Pingyao Yide Hotel

Address: No.16 Shangxiang Street, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | 4 star hotel
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsPingyao Yide Hotel

      Reviewed by colettels

      Courtyard style hotel, convenient location

      Reviewed Oct 17, 2012
      by (21 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      A very authentic courtyard hotel with spacious room. Quiet and very peaceful. Breakfast and dinner good and served in a delightful restaurant area. Many traditional furnihings including enclosed style beds. Close walking distance to the main historic centre of Pingyao

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by danandcarolann

      Fantastic Oasis amid the chaos of Pingyao

      Reviewed Jan 11, 2011
      by (2 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

      This quiet little hideaway offers an ancient setting with large "kung" beds and excellent food. The staff are incredible and help with everything from menus to getting a very difficult train ticket. The walled patio is a great private place to enjoy a meal outdoors on a sunny day!

      Dan Cooper

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Pingyao Yide Hotel

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Pingyao

      I Don't Speak the Language, I Just Eat the Oranges

      A travel blog entry by leahb82 on Apr 16, 2012

      5 photos

      ... people everywhere, I might have forgotten I was even in Asia! But alas, I am, and while Beijing seemed so familiar in some ways it was entirely foreign in others.
      My first port of call after a shower was to get some lunch. Straight off the bat, in the middle of tourist Beijing next to Tian'anmen square, English was useless. I was given a menu entirely in Chinese with some useful pictures. A sweet old woman was waiting to take my order ...

      Time-warped town

      A travel blog entry by samandtom on Aug 15, 2011

      81 photos

      ... from Kazakhstan all the way to Beijing which included a very long overland stint along the silk road which has left him one of the most cynical and hilarious ranters on the topic of China and the Chinese, reaffirming some of the conclusions we were beginning to draw on the place, so we spent the rest of the day generally lounging around with him and then going out for a meal in the evening.

      We had arranged a tour for the following day to go and see some of ...

      Side trip

      A travel blog entry by rzyirek on Sep 18, 2010

      70 photos

      ... foreigner. The Chinese are terrific.

      So on the train I had a "hard sleeper" meaning I had a little cot I could lie down on. I ended up getting a heat rash on my arms (you wouldn;t believe the degree of wretchedness I have delved into since then). A man on the train tugged my hair to wake me up at Pingyao. I was completely out of it and just sort of looking around when 30 secs later, the conductor came at me saying quickly quickly. I was dumped off ...

      Walls and Museums.

      A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Apr 11, 2010

      41 photos

      ... I preferred the Hall of Bringing Babies Deity. She seemed to bring them by the basket load, and I wondered if I'd already had a visit from her.

      Back at the Harmony Hostel we had some food while two of the friendly staff sat down with us to practice their English. They went through the dictionary part of my phrase book, asking how the words were pronounced and repeating them diligently, trying to remember them. It was fun for a ...

      Old Town Pingyao

      A travel blog entry by fiseb on Aug 08, 2008

      15 photos

      The next day we took another long bus ride to Taiyuan. It was hell. That was pretty much the whole day, sitting on a bus, a very very dirty bus with broken seats, and garbage everywhere. It was so disgusting it was funny...in an "I'm-going-to-go-crazy" kind of way. We watched people throw banana peels on the floor, and spit out sunflower seeds everywhere. We were entertained by some B-grade kung fu video on the bus ...

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