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Yunjincheng Hotel

Een karakteristieke, stijlvolle accommodatie in een klassieke stad. Hier proeft u de sfeer van 300 jaar geleden.
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Het Yunjincheng hotel ligt in het centrum van Pingyao en is genoemd naar de belangrijke handelaar Jin die hier woonde voordat het een hotel werd. Dit is uw kans om een nachtje in een echt Chinees huis te slapen. De prachtige binnenplaatsen geven het hotel een gezellige en intieme sfeer. Uw kamer is bijzonder fraai gedecoreerd met traditionele Chinese 'touches' en kunstuitingen. Een zeer bijzonder hotel tijdens uw reis door China.

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  • stijl en design

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Hotelnaam:
Yunjincheng Hotel
Plaats/regio:
Pingyao
Code:
H17596
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Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 44 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen

Superior
Airco, televisie, telefoon en badkamer met douche en föhn.

Deluxe
Airco, televisie, telefoon en badkamer met douche en föhn.

Ligging

Gelegen in het centrum van Pingyao, ongeveer 2 kilometer van het treinstation en op 90 kilometer afstand van de Taiyuan luchthaven.

Aantal kamers

63

Faciliteiten

  • 2 Restaurants
  • Bar
  • Koffiecafé
  • Geldwisselbalie
  • Businesscentrum
  • Laundry-service

Activiteiten

  • Diverse activiteiten in de nabije omgeving


Het prachtige kleine middeleeuwse plaatsje Pingyao ligt tussen Beijing en Xi'an, niet ver van de stad Taiyuan. De stad wordt omringd door indrukwekkende stadsmuren, vier muren die elk anderhalve kilometer lang zijn en zes stadspoorten bevatten. De muren zijn 12 meter hoog en hebben om de 50 meter een uitkijktoren. In tegenstelling tot de meeste andere klassieke stadsontwerpen in China vormen deze vier straten geen kruis. De smalle straten van Pingyao worden geflankeerd door elegante gebouwen uit de Qing-tijd (17e-19e eeuw).

"Beautiful mansion, quite magical"

   07-04-2018
I would recommend this hotel to anyone. It's magical to stay in a mansion. Breakfast is 07:30-09:30, and there is a wide choice of food and drinks. We were in room 242 and it was spacious and perfect.

"Immersion in the Lifestyle of Long Ago Bankers and Merchants"

   07-01-2018
For an immersion in the lifestyle of the merchants and bankers who once populated Pingyao Ancient City, Yun Jincheng Mansion Hotel is a top choice -- and you pay for what you get: depending on the room, the cost can be up there. The hotel, occupying buidlings that are nearly 300 years old, is the first “foreign tourist involve folk” -- boutique hotel -- in Pingyao Ancient City. Yun Jincheng Hotel is located in the pedestrian-only center of the ancient city – a few steps from the gate that blocks cars and trucks from entering. The hotel can arrange to pick you up from the train station, deliver you to the gate – and have your bags taken directly to your room. It’s not an experience like in some Beijing hutongs where you may have to trek your bags from the streets to your hotel. Rooms are situated off several courtyards – hutong style -- and offer an historic ambience of carved and painted wood and ceramics. The rooms, which vary in size, are decorated in Ming and Qing Dynasty styles. The common spaces in the main buildings are also historic in décor and one of them features fascinating photos of famed Chinese performers as well as business people from the 1920s and 30s – and an assortment of gramaphones, radios and other antiques from that period. Breakfast emphasizes noodles, meats and vegetable and egg dishes. Westerners may find themselves wanting more fruit, cereals and fresh breads. The hotel restaurant, featuring hot pot and local cuisine, is very good and reasonably priced. For a pre-dinner gathering – or for dinner itself -- try a comfortable booth in the main building which has a well-stocked bar. Don’t hesitate to reach out to Jinmei Guo – “Amy,” Yun Jincheng’s General Manager. Amy is hospitable and very responsive. She will ensure your comfort and give you tips for exploring Pingyao.

"A Pack Rat's Dream Hotel"

   20-11-2017
If staying in a collectors's boarding house where the rooms are stuffed full of furniture and strange artifacts then this "authentic Chinese" hotel will appeal to you. If you reserve a room with a Kang bed be prepared to sleep on a rock solid mattress enshrouded by heavy draping that instills a touch of claustrophobia. Upon checking-in the reception staff exhibited a cold energy the made you wonder whether you were all that welcome. But the bathroom was ample in size with a nice soaking tub and the breakfasts' were good with many selections. After a Feng Shui analysis/decluttering this hotel has lots of potential! Pingyao was crowded (to be expected) but we really enjoyed roaming the streets. Definitely worth visiting.

"A genuine authentic experience"

   14-11-2017
Essentially the hotel is a series of interconnecting courtyards built centuries ago but modernised and beautifully preserved. Our room was one with a hollowed out brick bed. It was rock hard - well brick hard - but part of the authentic experience. I think it would start to get a bit old after more than a couple of nights but I was advised that the hotel will supply additional duvets to soften it up. The room had all the mod-cons and was uniquely decorated in traditional style. Such a different experience from the antiseptic world of western 4 and 5 star hotels. We didn't eat dinner at the hotel but breakfast was plentiful and varied. Staff in the dining room were great. Only real negative was the lack of a safe in the room but a free service was offered in reception. location wise this hotel pretty much straddles the mid-point of the old city. It is surrounded by ancient building, shops, museums and restaurants.

"A Night in the Museum – with qualifications"

   12-10-2017
This is a true experience stay, but that doesn’t mean a luxury stay and even some expectations of comfort need to be set aside for the duration. But it is such a historically interesting and delightedly attractive place run by people who evidently care about what they are offering that it’s hard not to enjoy the experience even though some of the privations could easily be rectified. The hotel is sprawled across a number of charmingly photogenic early Qing Dynasty courtyard buildings (early eighteenth century) in a city that’s overstocked with photogenicity. Reception was welcoming and efficient and English was enough to get by on. From all reports and what we’ve seen, this would seem to be the best that Pingyao has to offer so any grievances aired here are likely to be amplified elsewhere. The good: our deluxe room was conspicuously clean, comfortable for the period it represents, quiet and delightfully original. Most things expected were there and they mostly worked as expected. The super-size kang (or brick) bed could probably accommodate a family of four so there’s an extravagance of space for two. A futon type pad covers the brick platform so the bed is either firm or downright hard depending upon your tastes and the bedside table, such as it is, resides in the middle of the bed with entry and exit from what amounts to the ‘foot’ of the bed. It may seem unusual but we found it OK during our stay – just don’t expect to fall onto a sumptuously soft pillowtop mattress. The bedding was crisp and clean and there were enough pillows to find one that satisfied our respective needs. There are spare blankets if the relatively thin duvet isn’t up to the climatic conditions or you don’t want to turn on the AC. The room décor was a fetching coalition of original & faux Qing Dynasty and a particular effort has been made to maintain as much originality as possible while providing for most contemporary expectations. The bathroom was of moderate size and fitted out in contemporary style. All the necessities were there and the towels were clean and fluffy. The included wifi worked well on all our devices. The included breakfast taken in a delightful covered courtyard ‘theatre’ had a good selection of Chinese staples and was well tended by cheerful and helpful staff. The not so good: our deluxe room was, well cosy. There are both larger and smaller rooms available but the huge bed – which once did duty as a family’s living room – gobbles up quite a bit of the space no matter what you opt for. There is no in-room safe. Our bathroom suffered from a number of foibles: defective drainage that required the sink stopper to be kept closed to lock out the sewer stench, no hanging space and poor – no, hopeless – mirror lighting as well as the most annoying aspect - a desperately leaky shower cabin which saturated much of the bathroom floor and anything on it. This was exacerbated by a shower head that, when in the fixed position, sprayed water across the smallish shower cabin where it bounced off the adjacent glass screen or door to create the spray that actually constituted the shower. The only other option was to dismount and hold the shower head. The guest room interior, and especially the bathroom, was dark and sombre and some of the faded and flaking fit and finish was more than just the patina of age. We'd still come back.


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