Grand Link Hotel Guilin
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Photos of Grand Link Hotel Guilin
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Link Hotel Guilin
Travel Blogs from Guilin
... of Burma and just north of Vietnam so basks in an almost sub tropical climate which means also at this time a lot of rain...I was staying at a river side hostel and they proved to be fantastic, cooking great fresh Chinese food and offering good local advice, shame they couldn't control the weather! Guilin is a very tourist orientated place as people come from far and wide to enjoy the Karst scenery and good sights, whilst there are many ...
... club sandwiches were brilliant, the beer from the station was gassy and weak and the toilets locked at every station. Roz had a much tougher night than me. Forget the clickers clack of the wheels on the track, this is night mail crossing the border and all that romantic twaddle. At one point in the night even on the top berth I thought we had left the rails and were driving on a non-metalled road. Two metres below me Roz was feeling the bumps even more. We ...
... salad, but it tasted kind of funny. The brownie was HORRIBLE. Luckily, there was a Snickers bar. : ) We went to the top deck as the rain subsided. Jan wore a huge clear poncho and flapped in the wind : ). The view was absolutely gorgeous. Limestone mountains rose straight up from flat ground and were covered in vegetation. The river was flooded a muddy brown and people paddled down in PVC pipe boats. (The bamboo which was normal to ...
... there were actually regular bins everywhere, which was a delight! Apparently it is because of the tourism that it is much more well managed. After the market I strolled all the way home, stopping at a few fruit stalls to buy something for breakfast tomorrow. I didnt fancy the bus as I felt like my legs needed some sort of workout after feeling so lazy for 21 hours! I do like Guilin so far - very excited for the rice terraces ...
Today was the best day so far....started with an early morning cooking class making our own chicken peanut dish with garlic green beans (which we had ordered at dinner the night before and was amazing!) and dumplings from scratch which we then ate for lunch. The cooking class started with a walk around the vegetable and meat market...it was a real culture shock! They had chickens/rabbits etc ...