Phoenix Hotel

Address: NO. 96 Zhélǐmù Road, Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, 010010, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the New City area of Hohhot, is near Zhaojun Tomb, Neimenggu Bowuguan (Inner Mongolia Museum), Greater Khingan Range, and Wanbu Huayanjin Pagoda.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Hohhot

Inner Mongolia Provincial Museum

A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 15, 2015

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... and disrespectful of the various ethnic groups in Inner Mongolia. By comparison, the CCP has safeguarded and taken pride in their cultural distinctiveness, as evidenced by the existence of the autonomous zones and of grand museums like this one. It's a clever message, and an important one to get across if China's ethnic minorities are to be kept quiescent and accepting of their status under CCP rule.


Three days in Hohhot

A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 13, 2015

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... that don't last long. Certainly, Hohhot looks much nicer and more modern than Ulaanbaator, but under the surface they have the same sort of problems with appliances and utilities not working smoothly. The difference is, in UB when something didn't work people would be straightforward about it, blaming it on lousy old soviet building standards; whereas in Hohhot, people were much more eager to maintain appearances and hide any imperfections.

Leaving Mongolia, Entering China

A travel blog entry by mengfei on Sep 13, 2015

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... like to have some dumplings, and he only indulged in one round of lets-see-what-the-foreigner-can-eat. I watched as he passed over several menu items that I might have objected to, before settling on the fried sheep intestines. I smiled inwardly; when it comes to sheep intestines, this was not my first rodeo, and I matched him bite for bite as Dawasur looked on in distaste. Afterwards, we went on a shopping mission through the town as ...

In search of the Silk Path

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 09, 2015

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... rare metals. That must be highly profitable, judging by the size of the museum. We take the bus back (1 yuan, or about 15 cents, regardless of where you get off). Quickly buy some food in the street, pick up our bags, and are in the train to Lan Zhou ten minutes before departure. Here the cabins have no doors, and beds are 3 high. More modern than Russia and Mongolia, but less privacy. Soon we parallel a substantial mountain chain, and th fields on the other side of the ...

Crossing into China

A travel blog entry by durieux on Sep 08, 2015

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... more lively. All groundfloors are small shops. Lots of people. Food everywhere. Everybody wants to offer you a cheap hotel. And obviously they rarely see foreigners. The girls stare and smile at me. The boy at the hotel has never seen a passport before. Our Dutch one intrigues him. If I wanted to see china, I succeeded. The room has a extremely shiny floor with very large tiles. The bathroom door cannot open because the toilet blocks it. Repeated desperation ...