Holiday Inn Xi'an Greenland Century City
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?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Xi'an Greenland Century City
Nive hotel, staff are friendly. Downside is that there is nothing around the hotel except for a few blocks of office building. We have to grab a taxi for food
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Xi'an Greenland Century City
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... one American student to lunch. This lunch was a one and a half hour meal in a private room at a nearby restaurant where we asked and answered questions and enjoyed fine local cuisine.
A host of teachers who teach English to students not in the international program invited us to interact with their students. I talked with a number of them about school in America and school in China and all the usual things educators across the world from each ...
... China, building the Great Wall of China, building the city wall around Xi'an, and creating the Terracotta Army. The Terracotta Army was accidentally uncovered by two local farmers in the mid 1970's. One of the surviving farmers signed a book we had bought at the museum. Unbeknownst to most, the Terracotta Army was completely destroyed after the Emperor's death. Each soldier shown today has been restored piece by piece, ...
... ticket so we didn’t have to share with a stranger. Tess reveled in the entire experience, especially getting the upper bunk. It was loud and a lot of fun - but as for compartment 6 - we were exhausted and fell asleep soon after. It wasn’t a European train, but it was better than we thought it would be - and included a Western style toilet - hip, hip hooray. It’s the little things that matter! Sandy loved the hard beds, my back hurt but ...
... machine) as well as the endless array of dried fruits and nuts is what I will remember the most. On the walk home we notice the bell and drum towers are lit up beautifully (photos do not do it justice). The main part of the city is within four walls that make up the world's largest city wall built in the Ming dynasty and apparently the drum tower was once used to signal the opening and closing of the wall's gates. Although both landmarks ...
... as this little trip was it was one of my favourite and most memorable experience in China. As we rode around the sun set the candles along the wall lit up and the lights on the gates turned on. Yes it was still Chinese re-created history but for a change it didn't seem to matter. It was just fun to be riding around with the small stone lined side streets on the inside of the walls and the rushing traffic on the other.
In the evening Jake and I went ...