Howard Johnson Jindi Plaza Datong

Address: No.88 Pingcheng Street, Datong, Shanxi, 037044, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on No.88 Pingcheng Street, Datong, is near Hanging Monastery, Nine Dragon Screen, Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda, and Mount Hengshan Scenic Spot.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHoward Johnson Jindi Plaza Datong

      Reviewed by silencespeaker

      Nice place

      Reviewed Apr 23, 2013
      by (4 reviews) Arlington , United States Flag of United States

      The panorama restaurant is well worth the views of the old city walls. Good food too!

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Howard Johnson Jindi Plaza Datong

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Datong

      Datong, Shanxi, China

      A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 19, 2014

      37 photos

      ... 2 km. They are now constructing parts of a huge moat and laying out new parkland. Inside the walls they are demolishing the old slum historic buildings and building new historic buildings to replace them! See the pics. Rain getting heavier we retreated to the hotel and deflected my hypoglycaemic rage with room service. Boss stayed in the room to finish off her final report for work, I went for a Chinese massage in the health club in the basement. This was a hoot, with chess ...

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      A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Aug 30, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      Friday. I've almost been in China for about a week now and
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      Hanging around Datong

      A travel blog entry by tanja_sean on Sep 27, 2012

      5 photos

      ... the train attendant were shouting and pushing her to get us all on in time. When we did eventually get into the actual carriage, it was chaos. Sean was in the middle of the carriage, leaning against his luggage as it was full full full!! As I walked into the carriage I saw numerous phones being discretely pulled out and pointed in my direction. Necks were stretched in every which direction to get a glimpse of these foreigners that had just board the ...


      A travel blog entry by fchen on Jun 13, 2012

      4 comments, 2 photos

      ... it. Unfortunently the people used wood to skewer the covering on. Eventually, the wood decomposed, and the covering fell off anyways.

      I think that it was basically imposible to make these caves and the buddhas, because of the sheer size of the project. It might have been easier because of the cliff being made of sandstone. Still, they had to carve out man-made caves. I liked being inside the caves, because it was very cool ...


      A travel blog entry by galumphing on Sep 07, 2010

      ... one of China's five most sacred Taoist mountains). The monastery, originally built in 491, was rebuilt numerous times throughout its history -- and relocated higher on the mountain several times due to flooding from the ...