Holiday Inn Kunming City Centre

Address: No.29 Dong Feng East Road, Kunming, Yunnan, 650011, China | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Wuhua District area of Kunming, is near Stone Forest, Western Hills (Xi Shan), Kunmíng City Museum, and Jinsha River.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Kunming City Centre

Reviewed by michaeljudy

A Surprise Great Stay!

Reviewed Jan 4, 2012
by (1 review) Singapore , Singapore Flag of Singapore

Due to flight delayed in Singapore and miss connecting flight to Lijiang, Silkair placed us in this hotel for a night free. Was staying in a suit and room was good. Went for dinner and realised it was still about 20 mins (in the cold) walk to Kunming main shopping and food strip.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Kunming City Centre

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Travel Blogs from Kunming

Through the Stone Forest!

A travel blog entry by 2013 on Sep 07, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... peddled their wares and annoyed visitors. Having seen other quaint villages in China, while pleased for the Yi folk who moved into new homes built similar to the style of their old homes, I think that the village probably lost some of its old charm, mainly the replacement of cobbled roads with bitumen. I guess that’s progress. The village was quiet as all the folk were out in the fields for the day, but at ...

Moving on

A travel blog entry by champa on Jun 14, 2013

2 comments

We have left the pandas behind now and move further South.

Today's visit was the Giant Budha @ Leshan, he is biggest one in the world since the Taliban destroyed the one in Afghanistan. He is indeed big with toe nails as big as a man - makes you feel quite insignificant and you have to admire the dedication of the people who carved him out of the ...

Plan B (B for Burma)

A travel blog entry by julie_sam42 on May 18, 2012

11 photos

... parfait pour les longues distances. A Chengdu, nous avons passé une nuit chez notre ami Zhang Yue, avant de reprendre un train pour Kunming, seulement 18 heures cette fois.

Kunming est la capitale du Yunnan et c’est encore une ville de plusieurs millions d’habitants. En y arrivant, on a longuement cherché un hôtel pas cher, mais ils nous refusaient tous. On a fini dans un endroit 2 fois plus cher que d’habitude. Les premières impressions ...

In transit

A travel blog entry by freya.hopper on Mar 21, 2012

17 photos

... so empty (as in absolutely no people in one of them) that we were allowed to sit there. There is a dedicated bus lane out front, even though the bus service has not yet progressed beyond infrequent and ****.

As John said, it’s almost certainly a promotion project. One guy gets the station built, gets promoted, and the next guy finds a new project to call his own, rather than actually bothering ...

Across the bridge

A travel blog entry by simon-rosie on Oct 21, 2011

10 photos

... the East Pagoda and the West Pagoda. They are joined by a market and have a small garden around them. There isn't anything else of note there, you can't climb the pagoda's, though outside the West pagoda there was an old man wearing sunglasses and playing a sitar/guitar thing and dancing. He was very cheerful and beconned us up to the base of the pagoda where he was. He played his tune a bit and motioned that I should dance ...