How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Empress Hotel Xi'an
Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... a pattern all along the built up
walls just alongside the River view. There are beautiful buildings all along
the walkway opposite the river. Old buildings on one side and the more modern
buildings on the other side. Shanghai is an architect’s dream as the buildings
are very innovative and spectacular. This is especially so at night when they
sparkle and put on a wonderful display.
Lunch was at “Grandmas Shanghai“ a chain, which was ...
... I tried a scorpion at Maweiyi. The scorpion tasted like a potato chip. The Muslim Market is like Maweiyi but they have more than just food. I bought many of my gifts at the Muslim Market.
My time in Xi'an was very fun and I will miss all of the people I've met and hope someday I will get to see them again.
This trip has been incredible, there's no other word to describe it. Usually when someone says incredible they don't really mean ...
... Warriors. We made our way there early the next morning, on a day where temperatures hit close to freezing and we witnessed some snow. The warriors were discovered and are organised into 3 pits, with pit 1 being the largest and the one that took our breath away. It was fascinating to learn about Chinese history, why the warriors were built and its symbolisation of protection in the after life. What really impressed us was the detail that went ...
... enjoys watching war movies before dinner. After dinner Bingshu and I cleared out the family’s cool intricate furniture so we could have room to dance and do yoga. Mostly dance. Her 5 year old brother spent his night screaming “where is the gas station” in English. His American name is Bill. Bill talks to me in Chinese and I respond in English, but were still ...
... resources. Being around the tomb was still pretty neat though as they are still looking for more of his treasures and soldiers in the ground so I caught myself trying to imagine where they could be! Another interesting part of the day was seeing the farmer who had actually discovered the Lucky Archer which was pretty neat because we actually got to see a real Chinese Hero that changed the world with his discovery! For lunch we were taken to a delicious local restaurant where we ...