- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Qianxi Hotel Chengdu
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Truly amazing charmed landscape, but we also have great luck. Our second day of hiking proves so inspiring we decide to stay a third night in a new hotel way up in the mountains.
The longer we visit, the more we like the bamboo at all times of day. Chichi's reading a novel called "The Island," fitting for being lost in this sea.
This little hotel's owned by a ...
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... is comprised mostly of office-type buildings (closed for the day) and bus stops under construction. In a nearby plaza area, complete with pretty fountains and high-end shops, we are stopped frequently with requests for Kate and Kai’s picture. Sadly, we have left the camera in the room. I think it’s amusing to photograph the people ...
... the hustle and bustle of the city. There is, however, plenty of hustle and bustle in the tourist attractions as well. I wish I could say that i found a quiet, peaceful moment to relax in the lush mountain greenery, but to be honest, the whole trip was quite stressful. I constantly worried about missing my return train. Because of that, I basically had to haul ass up the mountain and back, shoving little old Chinese ladies out of my path left and right. Kidding.
... actual nice shopping area with real stores, as opposed to the rip offs we desired. The nice district was... nice. Very clean, tons of people, flashy stores with brands from Nike to Victoria Secret, and a McDonald's. Along the street there are several patches of flowers that are very colorful, especially compared to the greyness of China; statues of people walking and shopping, which are funny because people stand and sit by them creating a very crowded effect; and ...