Kai Wah Plaza International Hotel

Address: No.157 Beijing Road, Guandu District, Kunming, Yunnan, 650011, China | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Wuhua District area of Kunming, is near Stone Forest, Western Hills (Xi Shan), Zhèng Hé Gongyuán Park, and Jinsha River.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center


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


        • Room service
        • Business Services

        TripAdvisor Reviews Kai Wah Plaza International Hotel Kunming

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Kunming

        The Stone Forest and on to Guilin

        A travel blog entry by ian.gardiner on Oct 25, 2015

        9 photos

        ... for now! We get to our hotel, the Guilin Bravo. This is not the 5* hotel we have been used to, but our room is good and we have a great view overlooking the lake and has a pool. We are a bit late for a restaurant (Kenny tells us that the Chinese eat around 6.30 and don't take too kindly to westerners turning up at 10pm and demanding a meal!) so we see what the hotel has to offer. Not too much, we find. They do have a restaurant still open, but no one else is in there! We have ...

        First glimpse of Yunnan

        A travel blog entry by luciecox on Nov 11, 2013

        205 photos

        ... the loudest: traditional dancers and singers of all kind, age and ethnicity. Yunnan has the most minorities within China, being strategically positioned geographically, we notice the different ethnicities.
        The city itself is very pleasant and festive, it seems music is being played at all times. The temperature dropped a fair bit (around 20 degrees at the hottest).

        Yesterday we explored the Western ...

        Trek #1: The Tiger Leaping Gorge, breathtaking

        A travel blog entry by on-phil on Jan 31, 2013

        1 comment, 17 photos

        ... To thank her I gave her a postcard of Paris and bought her a some bananas and water that were quite helpful later on. We talked a little and she asked me if the building on the postcard was in Shanghai. I continued the ascension under the heavy sun following the track in the sand. There was nobody and I felt quite fortunate to have all these nice views for myself. I stopped at the Naxi Family guest house to have a corn soup with sugar (not very tasty) and went ...

        Culture SHOCK! (Jess)

        A travel blog entry by jklcromsigt on Sep 16, 2012

        19 photos

        ... places to eat. Lindsey didn't care, she just wanted us to stop bickering. We finally ate at a nice "Thai" (not really) restaurant for 4.95USD each. Still overpriced according to Kelli (!), but we were happy to have eaten. Afterwards we got some "pregel," which I can only assume was gelato. The translations for things are often very wrong and comical. We went back to the hostel and with our new found energy, sat down with some beers and hammered out the next few days of ...

        Toffee-coated Strawberries and Mojitos

        A travel blog entry by pollyandmikey on Jan 31, 2011

        2 comments, 14 photos

        ... blogs we saw a touring bike leaning up. After some investigation, Mikey found out it belonged to Tim, an English guy who had just cycled from London to Shanghai. We whiled away a good two hours talking bikes, always fun. He left in June and had stinking hot weather the entire way here – only 3 days of rain in total.

        For lunch Mikey satisfied his craving for MacDonalds and I had some more awesome street snacks. We then split up so ...