Hulunbeir Hotel

Address: No.32 Shengli Avenue, Hailar District, Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Haila'er District area of Hulunbuir.
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          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Hulunbuir

          Oh what a day! Oh what a night!

          A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 19, 2010

          41 photos

          ... clean Mongolian yurt holiday camp for travellers, complete with WC, but they refused because it wasn't authentic. So, after getting completely covered in slobber by a bunch of enormous overly-exuberant fly-covered guard dogs, I found a real Mongolian yurt, owned and lived in by real Mongolians willing to let them stay the night. There they were happy and taking photos of grass. Everything seemed great and quite frankly I should have left when I got the chance because somehow ...

          Horses, Blue Sky, towards Hailaer

          A travel blog entry by iolair on Jul 18, 2010

          35 photos

          ... water here and is having a bit of a temper tantrum.

          For those who don't know, a lot of Chinese just boil the tap water and drink it. When in Jinan, I generally get it delivered after it has been filtered and then boil it. The point is my body is not used to the stuff in taps here. This happened to me last year in Xinjiang when I tried to drink boiled tap water in Changji and then bitterly regretted it after getting a fever, stomach ache and the runs. The water there ...

          Russians, Mongolians, and Bears, Oh my

          A travel blog entry by jonathanray on Jul 08, 2008

          1 comment, 74 photos

          ... museum. Enjoy the pictures of Lenin and Putin. I also had a chance to enjoy my first taste of Russian food... interesting. For the afternoon we went to a lake, where it promptly started thundering and lightning upon arrival. After clearing up a bit I had a chance to snap some shots out on the dock. To wind things up, back at the train station to catch ...

          Trans-Manchurian, day 5

          A travel blog entry by mrconfused on Nov 08, 2006

          2 photos

          ... any warmer clothes. And when I say cold, I mean -10 kind of cold. We were left with no option but to take shelter in the station. You would think that given a few hundred people must come through every day, they would have made a bit of an effort with the station, wouldn't you? Well, not if you've experienced anything else of Russia. No, 200-odd of us were left with maybe a dozen chairs, a closed cafe and a toilet that really wasn't very well fragrantly insulated. And ...

          All around is the horizon

          A travel blog entry by yumodo on Jul 20, 2006

          Before I went to Hailar I've never been to a grassland.The sheeps,the cows,the horses,horizon is all Hailar have.Very peaceful at night,when the sunset,the color there is purple-yellow color.and the milk products are very come low,some of them taste good!So when I got back,I must have put on 3kg my ...