Jing Guan Ming Lou Holiday Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJing Guan Ming Lou Holiday Hotel Guilin
Great location. The rooms to this "museum" hotel are beautifully decorated. Enjoyed a room overlooking the lake and city skyline. Internet cabelling in all rooms. Front desk employees were extremely helpful. Had a wonderful stay.
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... one group doing Tia Chi, another dancing with fans that they opened and closed with a snap, and another large group learning swing steps. Where there is public open space you will find people exercising and socializing.
There is a very large bronze monument of running horses across the river which was dedicated to a local popular artist. They reminded us of our ...
... ride through the Chinese country side with views of karst hills, paddy fields, small villages and buffalo. In fact it was all going swimmingly until I got a flat tire. We were about 13 miles from our starting point and about 4 miles from our destination. We were on a country road in the middle of nowhere with no way of getting the bike fixed. The only option was to walk both bikes for about an hour and a half to Xingping. The rain was getting steadily worse as ...
... who seemed to have been following me round since Zhangjiajie! He was in the same hostel there as me and I had also seen and spoke with him in Fenghuang....now he was in Jishou train station waiting for the same train and also headed to Guilin on the same connection! What the hell is going on here, over a Billion people in China and this lad is in three places at the same time as me, what are the odds of that? Anyway he was a nice enough lad who is a doctor back in his own ...
... the time we got back to the hotel, Amy had a terrible pain in her stomach, was running a temperature & was generally not feeling at all well. We had already arranged with the guide to go out on the night-time boat cruise around the city’s lakes, but Amy really wasn’t up to that so I ended up going on my own.
The cruise was really interesting – Guilin is really brilliant at using ...
... all weathered into intriguing shapes and interspersed with the villages and bamboo groves so typical of southern China's rural areas. People here still travel the river on low bamboo rafts, often using trained comorants to catch fish. Cruises take about six hours and usually include a buffet lunch. Foreign visitors are charged more than Chinese tourists and sail in separate ...