Mount Emei Xiuhu International Holiday Hotel

Address: Xiuhu Avenue, Emeishan, Sichuan, 614201, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Emeishan.
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  • Restaurant
  • Fitness/Health center


  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Free parking


  • Suites


  • Continental Breakfast
  • Room service

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Travel Blogs from Emeishan

Chengdu Panda Base and Leshan Buddha

A travel blog entry by allytiger on Aug 26, 2015

1 comment, 40 photos

... that I was translating this whole conversation back and forth.) As soon as she said they could touch her hair women seemed to materialize from the bushes just to feel her hair. We really enjoyed the red pandas as well. You walk through their enclosure and can see them above you in the trees and wandering the paths. They have a bit more free range than the giant pandas. I have a great picture of me lying on the entrance porch with a red panda on the very edge of the porch behind me. ...

Mt. Emei and monkeys

A travel blog entry by allytiger on Aug 25, 2015

2 comments, 38 photos

... and lots of candles burning everywhere. From the temple we went to the Qingyin Pavilion, the most scenic picture spot on Mt. Emei. There is an actual pavilion and people waiting to sell you ponchos or take your picture, a set of steps with love locks, and a tea house. We went up to the teahouse to rest and have a glass of tea while enjoying the scenery. Two small rivers meet by the pavilion and create some small falls and rapids. We took the ...

Day 23: Leshan, China

A travel blog entry by colesy4 on Aug 17, 2015

5 photos

... we got up early to try to beat the inevitable crowds to the Buddha, though we needn't have bothered - by the time we got there the queue to the Buddha's feet was two and a half hours long. Entering at the level of the head we were able to start to appreciate the scale of the statue - the ears are eight metres long and the top of the head is visible in many directions. The queue crawled down a ...

Getting my monk on...

A travel blog entry by nickthornton on Aug 11, 2012

2 comments, 5 photos

... the gardens and there was incense burning everywhere.   That night out guide left us to fend for ourselves and order our own food.  Always fun, and after pointing at various Chinese symbols, the food arrived and was a great success, even if we didn't know exactly what we were eating.  Next morning, it was up early to catch the bus up mt emei to start out trek. After faffing in the group for a bit, I decided to break from ...

Shrouded mountain hiden in the Mist

A travel blog entry by adamz on May 29, 2011

184 photos

... Given the way chinese queue or should I say not queue it would be chaos without them. I can imagine that without the rails you waould find you had a lot of people trying to push their way to the front of the pack.

Quick Note. Emei Shan is one of Chinas most important buddhist mountains. Seems that besides the temple on the top the mountain is also littered with lots of temples and monastaries.

At the top of the temple found more stalls and more cloud. Ran ...