Tangshan Hot Spring Hotel

No.5 Wenquan Road, Tangshan Town, Jiangning District, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 211131, China
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Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by RusskiPower

I'm looking for some characteristic traditional accommodation in Nanjing (and also Suzhou, Hangzhou, Huangshan and Shanghai for that matter) but whatever I try only modern concrete block hotels turn up in my search results.

Is it just bad luck or such places really don't exist?

Thanks a lot in advance!

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by ellyse

What would be "traditional" accommodation??
When are you staying? What's your expected price range?
For Huangshan, summit area or Huangshan city (aka Tunxi)? Forget about finding anything "atmospheric" on the summit.

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by RusskiPower

I was thinking of something along the "siheyuan" lines...

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by ellyse

"Traditional" housing doesn't all look the same in China. I don't think you could find something like that in Nanjing.
For Shanghai, it would be better for you to adjust and look for hotels in historical architecture. Or, try Old House Inn (http://www.oldhouse.cn).
For Suzhou, try Lexiang Hotel, Renjia Hotel or Overseas Chinese Hotel.
For Hangzhou, I know these aren't very "traditional", but you might want to try Xizi Hotel and New Violet Hotel.
You still haven't clarified if you mean Huangshan city (Tunxi) or Huangshan summit area. Neither have you replied re your expected price range.

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by RusskiPower

Dear Jocelyn, thank you SOOO much and sorry for my incomplete input.

I thought Huangshan City was around the Huangshan Mountain(s). Are those anywhere close to each other though? I was thinking of staying in Wenquan (in the Huangshan Mount area).

My budget would be under EUR40 per night.

Thanks a lot in advance!

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by RusskiPower

Just come to think of it: wouldn't it be easier to stay based in Shanghai and make day trips to those cities (Hangzhou, Suzhou, etc.)?

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by ellyse

If you only make daytrips then you won't have enough time to see Hangzhou properly.
If 400 RMB/night is your budget then I don't think you'll find anything to suit you in Shanghai, sorry. It might be possible in Suzhou. Xizi Hotel in Hangzhou is definitely out of your price range as well.
The hot springs area at Huangshan isn't open AFAIK, still under renovation or something. Huangshan city (aka Tunxi) is about 1.5 hours by bus from Huangshan mountain itself. Given your budget I would suggest in Tunxi the Old Street Hotel. As I've said earlier nothing "traditional" on any part of Huangshan.

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by RusskiPower

I don't mind splurging when it's called for though. I only budget when it's possible. :)

Are there more options for me then?

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by ellyse

I've already given you the answers above...!

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by RusskiPower

Jocelyn, you are the veritable Font of Travel Wisdom!

Thanks a lot!

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by RusskiPower

BTW, what was that New Violet Hotel in Hangzhou? Google doesn't seem to know of it.

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by ellyse

Probably because it doesn't have an English name, or one that makes sense in English. I translated from the Chinese name. Have booked that one previously for some other people.

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by RusskiPower

So, what is the Chinese name then?

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by ellyse

杭州紫罗兰大酒店

Re: Traditional accommodation in Nanjing

by RusskiPower

Crap, VirtualTourist IS monolingual! :(

Travel Tips for Nanjing

Memorial of Nanjing Massacre

by yipsufen

This is a must-see museum & also the actual mass burial site that commemorate those who had sacrificed in the massacre of 1937. Almost the entire population of Nanjing then has been wiped out by Japanese troops during their sino-invasion. Young men were imprisoned & tortured for biological research or beheaded. While women were forced to become sex slaves or being raped & killed brutally.

Inside this memorial, you can see many gruesome photos with starking explanation / caption. Please note that some of the photos might be too graphical & can be disturbing to the mind.

There is one glass enclosure where you can see all the skeletal remains ranging from infants to elderly. All the skeletons are properly labelled with the deceased's identification.

At one side of the mural, you can see all the names of those sacrificed. At the front compound, it's the actual mass burial site which is covered by heaps of rocks.

Kindly note that you are not encouraged to take photo or video in this museum as this act does not respect the dead. Japanese are not allowed admission unless with special permission from relevant authorities.

The Imperial Tablet Hall

by marsistanbul

Imperial Tablet Hall was built under the order of Qing Emperor Kangxi.During his third inspection tour to Southern China in 1699.Kangxi came here to pay homage to the Ming Emperor.Seeing the building mostly in ruins,he ordered local officials to renovate them and wrote four characters " Zhi long Tang song" literally meaning "Running the state even better than Tang Emperor Taizong and Song Emperor Taizu,two successful emperors in Chinese history" to be inscribed on a table by Cao Yin(one of the greatest men of letters in Chinese history).An other two tablets inscribed with handwriting by Qing Emperor Qianlong(grandson of Emperor Kangxi)were juxtaposed on the both sides.

Ming Tomb Scenic Area - Rectangular Citadel

by Willettsworld

The Ming Tower is built on top of the Rectangular Citadel and is the commanding building of the Ming Tomb. There are three arched doors in its southern wall and one in each of the other three walls. The inside floor is paved with square bricks. It originally had a yellow glazed double-eaved roof which was destroyed during the reign of Qing Emperor Xianfeng.

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