Xin Song Feng Hotel

No.21 Qianyuan North Road, Huangshan, Anhui, 245000, China | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

Travel Blogs from Huangshan

Huangshan and Back

A travel blog entry by carlabroad


... last few hours of the trip I was able to lay down on a bench and get some sleep. It was definitely an experience worth having. Totally outside my normal experience. When I got to the train station at Huangshan I met a nice young man who was also climbing the mountain and staying at the same Hostel as I was. After some initial paranoia bred from the numerous con attempts I've been subject to in both Beijing and Shanghai I agreed to hike with him to the top. It was one of the best decisions ...

A Day in The Yellow Mountains

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... local guide, Ray, is a high end tea farmer, so he shows us how the tea is cultivated and cared for. The views from up high on the hill are spectacular, and provide an excellent perspective on the amazing fertility of the surrounding land.
From the bamboo forest, we drive to the actual town of Xidi, also a UNESCO world heritage site, for a tour through the beautiful village, as well as lunch at a local organic restaurant. Xidi was established ...

Shanghai to Yellow Mountains

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


After such a wonderful evening, we sleep in and have one more lovely breakfast at the Peninsula, before getting ready to head to our next destination. Before we go to the airport, we will take the time to tour Shanghai’s Old Town area, which leads to the Wu Gardens, which are one of the four most famous gardens in China, and were built by a private family patriarch over 400 years ago.
The gardens sit on only 5 acres, but are so ...

The mountain base - Tongkou

A travel blog entry by roamas


... room, where we had a double bed to each person!

We then went to Emerald /Valentine’s Valley (a place with beautiful waterfalls), and also where they filmed the scene in ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ where the girl dives into a pond to retrieve a sword. It was .. let’s say, you’ve seen one waterfall and you’ve seen many like it - an anticlimax in my opinion. The highlight however was the flying fox ride ...

Breathtaking Huang Shan (Yellow Mountains)

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel


... br>
At one corner there were thousands of locks locked on the railings symbolizing eternal love for the owners (the story has its roots in an old Chinese tale about a couple of lovers who committed suicide at this spot) and for sure we also locked our lock. We hope it will last.

Despite the large number of tourists and the countless steps we had to walk up and down Huang Shan was an absolute highlight on our China trip and we were glad we came.


This hotel, located on No.21 Qianyuan North Road, Huangshan, is near Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) and Tunxi Ancient Street.
Map this hotel

    Other places to stay in Huangshan