Hongqi Grand Hotel

Address: No.11 Zhanqian Street, North of Train Station Square, Shicheng District, Datong, Shanxi, 037005, China | Hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHongqi Grand Hotel Datong

      Reviewed by otctony

      good place to sleep

      Reviewed Jul 5, 2011
      by (1 review) , China Flag of China

      It is a good hotel for tourist, sleep in there and dream of their next trip.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hongqi Grand Hotel Datong

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Datong

      Seven Hours and Thirty Three Minutes

      A travel blog entry by mikejohnmallett on Oct 10, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      That's how long the train ride was on the hard sleeper from Pingyao to Datong. This was the first ride on a train like this (and the last) in China. It was the first non-G class train that we rode. It was a bit shocking for us because until now we had spoiled ourselves with modern high-speed trains. This train was much more "real china" (older, dirtier, smellier and crowded). It's not like we booked this train for the experience. ...


      A travel blog entry by dion.maas on Oct 16, 2011

      32 photos

      ... to book a tour (rather than venturing out on our own) to see both sites that we came to see which are pretty far apart and time-consuming to reach. We had a pleasant international group of people, saw the Hanging Monastery in the morning and passed through Datong for lunch. We were a little apprehensive (to say the least) about what this lunch would entail, because we pulled up in a former school building. The lunch, however, turned ...

      Yungang Grottoes

      A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Apr 07, 2010

      28 photos

      ... went in.

      The entrance price was quite steep, at 100 yuan (10 pounds) but to be honest, it was worth it. The grottoes extend over half a mile, each cave filled with Buddhas carved from the limestone cliff. They range from palm-sized to massive, imposing statues, the size of a three storey house. Some are coloured, many intact, ...

      Wooden Pagoda and Yungang Grottoes

      A travel blog entry by ourlifeinchina on Sep 14, 2008

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      ... during the Japanese invasion but couldn't be restored.

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      No Chengdu

      A travel blog entry by aaires1 on Jul 23, 2007

      ... It seems there are terrible roads between here and Chengdu. Thus, we had to cancel Chengdu from the itinerary. Instead, we are now planning to go to Luoyang next - home of the famous Longman Caves. After that, I will need to return to Beijing for my flight home. As for yesterday activities, we went to the Shaanxi History Museum. It is one of China's finest museums and was nice even though major parts are under ...