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Location of Guilinyi Royal Palace Hotel Guilin
- No. 117 West Ring Road, Xihuan Yi Lu
- Guilin Liangjiang Airport
- Guilin Railway Station
- Guilin North Railway Station
- Seven Star Park (Qixing Gongyuan)
- Reed Flute Cave (Ludi Yan)
- Elephant Trunk Hill (Xiangbishan)
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rahul sJan 17, 2018 | Trip type: Family
We were a group of 5 people, 2 families stayed in this hotel in April 2017. The hotel is superb, impossible to find any flaws. Even if there are small things, that are simply overshadowed by the amazing hospitality shown by the staff. The hotel arranged the tour guide and vehicle for us.
Overall a great experience, i would definitely recommend everybody to stay there.
ric123456aAustin, Texas | Jan 14, 2018 | Trip type: Couples
This hotel is more of an Asian hotel with some things more to Asian tastes. However the location in this beautiful botanical garden/park more than offsets any of that. The breakfast always had eggs cooked to order with a good variety of fruits, cereal and breads. Our room was on the first floor, room was modern, with modern, newly redone bathroom and was plenty large enough for us. We had a nice patio right on the expansive Coy pool. Very relaxing and wonderful place just a few minutes from the city center.
William HSeattle, Washington | Dec 24, 2017 | Trip type: Family
This property is in one of the most beautiful settings of any hotel that I have stayed in China. Located within a larger botanical garden, the hotel has its own private gardens, fish ponds and tea house. The architecture and interior design are based on the Tang Dynasty. Despite being in the Guilin downtown area, the property is very quiet and safe. We purchased the inclusive breakfast package which is well worth it. You have to walk about 5-10 minutes to get outside the gardens and catch a cab or bus, which can be a hassle. The much touted "nearby" shopping mall called "TOO" was very disappointing. Although the rooms could use some updating, this property overall is a wonderful base for regional activities.
Stunning hotel, absolutely beautiful
c0sm0nycNew York City, New York | Nov 18, 2017 | Trip type: Friends getaway
This hotel was stunning and was our base for taking day trip to Longsheng Rice terraces. You never even want to leave it. It's so peaceful and in the middle of a botanical garden. They don't allow for other cars to come in; instead you take a little trolley to the front gate. What is great is that many people from the community come in to the park to walk, dance, play etc from morning till evening so you kind of get a feel for the community without having to go into the city. For dinner we went into the restaurant close by, just take aleft at the gate - it was very authentic and the food was pretty good too. They don't really speak english but there is a picture book so you can point. Breakfast at the hotel was pretty good too - definitely try the Guilin rice noodles and dumplings. The tea house was beautiful and so is the coy pond that wraps around the foot paths.
Tranquil & relaxing atmosphere
Meagan SNov 17, 2017 | Trip type: Solo travel
The hotel is within a botanical garden that adds to the its tranquility and relaxing atmosphere. The gardens are worth exploring. The hotel room had a private patio and the small stream with coi fish swimming by. The room itself was very comfortable, clean with nice decor. The breakfast was buffet style with a good selection of Chinese and western style food that was very good. The tea house was also worth visiting and enjoying an afternoon tea. The staff was very helpful and pleasant to deal with. Definitely recommend this hotel