Bell Tower Hotel

Address: No.110 South Street, Beilin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710001, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Beilin District area of Xi'an, is near Great Mosque, Tomb of Emperor Liu Qi (Hanyangling), Xi'an Museum & Small Goose Pagoda (Xiaoyanta), and Famén Temple (Famén Sì).
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        • Spa
        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Beverage Selection
        • Free parking


        • Suites


        • Airport Transportation
        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service
        • Business Services

        TravelPod Member ReviewsBell Tower Hotel Xi'an

        Reviewed by sandeephk

        Amazing Hotel, Location- Staff- Rude!

        Reviewed Mar 18, 2011
        by (7 reviews) Derby , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        I only spent 2 night at the Bell Tower and had such an amazing time there!! Hotel and rooms were clean. Room's we spacious, had everything i wanted!! The front desk were miserable. I went to check in and they only just about managed to smile!! The lady at the travel centre on the second floor was really nice, polite and very informative!!

        The best thing about this hotel has to be the location. Right in front of the Bell Tower and a minutes walk away is the Drum tower and the muslin quaters!! I would definately go back!!

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Bell Tower Hotel Xi'an

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Xi'an

        Xi'an (5)

        A travel blog entry by alanchapman on Aug 09, 2011

        8 photos

        Another hot and sunny day.

        Cycled the city walls in 80 minutes. First time I had cycled since Hue in 1998.

        Went to the Forest of Stelae Museum and saw many stelae, statues and sculptures including the stela which mentions the Nestorian Christians in China in AD781.

        Went to the First Noodle Under the Sun restaurant for …

        Xi'an (4)

        A travel blog entry by alanchapman on Aug 08, 2011

        16 photos

        Another hot and sunny day.

        Saw the performances at the Bell and Drum Towers. Then visited the Great Mosque and the Folk House in the Muslim Quarter.

        Walked past the tourist and food stalls in the Muslim Quarter. Had a banana split for lunch at Hagen Daz.

        In the afternoon, used Eddie and Thomas's iPads and laptops to …

        Xi'an (3)

        A travel blog entry by alanchapman on Aug 07, 2011

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        Another hot, sunny and humid day.

        Took a taxi to the Shaanxi History Museum on the southern side of the city and queued for 100 minutes to get free entry. Didn't realise there may have been a queue for paid entry. Chatted with a student from Mao’s birthplace in Southern China. Beggar came up and down the queue. The best things in …

        Xi'an (2)

        A travel blog entry by alanchapman on Aug 06, 2011

        4 photos

        Sunny, hot and more humid.

        This was the first of 4 days to ourselves before the next leg of the trip.

        Walked 14kms all the way round the 4 sides of the city walls in about 3 hours, the last hour with Eddie. Tightened-up both calf muscles so struggled back to the hotel after a beef noodle soup lunch.

        Few buildings of …

        Xi'an (1)

        A travel blog entry by alanchapman on Aug 05, 2011

        10 photos

        Cloudy and dry.

        Started with a large western breakfast at the hotel. Reputed to be the best breakfasts we'll get which proved to be true.

        Drove out from the city to see the terracotta army at the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang. Three large pits, the biggest being covered by a building like an aircraft hanger. Large crowds but …