Xian Titan Times Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsXian Titan Times Hotel Xi'an
Maybe we were tired when we got here, but lifts inadequate to cope with busses arriving en masse. Our air conditioning and housekeeping unresponsive. Breakfast was good but dining room not equipped to cater for the numbers and we were seated in nearby lounge and had to eat off low coffee tables
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