Hotel Ibis Xian

No.59 Heping Rd, Bei Lin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710001, China

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Good For Families
  • Families78
  • Couples74
  • Solo77
  • Business50
  • RECENT REVIEW 26-29th


    Cheap no frills hotel, comfy and clean. Staff were extremely helpful and there is a 24hr restaurant next door. One of the city walls Wenchange Gate is only 5mins walk away.

    Location is not great, had to travel by bus and then metro to various places.

    I highly recommend that you live within the Bell/Tower area which is off the metro line, that way you can conveniently access all the tourist places easily. Travelling by bus and then metro etc can be a mission if you don't speak putonghua.

    Unique Quality: Value for money

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Good Youth Hostel in Xi'an

by meliaz

Any recommendations for a good youth hostel in Xi'an? I might be visiting in Dec, sometime end of December so am looking for a convenient place to stay. Understand there are some pretty good youth hostel - such as Han Tang Inn, University Hostel, Xiangzimen Hostel etc.

Would very much appreciate some advice. Thanks.

PS: As it is in winter, please help recommend a hostel with good heating.

Re: Good Youth Hostel in Xi'an

by ellyse

HQ Hostel:
Bell Tower IYH:

Re: Good Youth Hostel in Xi'an

by xian_48

This is very good website in English and chinese languages for all hostel in China. through it you can find some hostel in Xi'an, such as Xi’an Qixian International Youth Hostel
Address:#5 Yard, 1 Qixianzhuang, Beixin Street, Xi’an City

Xi'an Shuyuan Youth Hostel Bookmark this Hostel
Address:No.2, Jia, XiShunCheng Xiang, Da Nanmen Nei, Xi'an, China

Re: Good Youth Hostel in Xi'an

by guo_mei_xin

I went to Xi'an last year, I stayed @ Shuyuan Youth Hostel. No complaints on my stay there. Dorm rooms are in the basement, restrooms and shower rooms are on the 1st floor. It's near the entrance of city walls and near the bus station to the tourist spots. Shower rooms and restrooms are clean.

Re: Good Youth Hostel in Xi'an

by xian_48

Yeah, that's right, Shuyuan Youth Hostel is also a nice hostel with good location.

Re: Good Youth Hostel in Xi'an

by tremendopunto

Yes, I had a great stay at SHUYUAN Hostel, too. It is situated right at the NanMen - the South Gate of the City Wall. Take Bus No. 603 from the railwaystation to the South Gate. Walk to the right side of the Gate, just before passing through the Wall take the last alley on the right side - it is a small path only for one car at a time. Less than 50 meters and you will find this great place.
Everything is in an traditional style, really cute. They also offer a nice cuisine for afordable prices, even though I always prefer the streetkitchens throughout the Muslim Quarter.
The location is just perfect, when you get out of the Hotel doors you run right into the Great City Wall! You can not get any closer with your bed!
It is only a five to ten minutes walk to the Bell tower, the center of the old city.
Enjoy your stay!

Re: Good Youth Hostel in Xi'an

by meliaz

Hi, thanks guys for all your great advice. I'm booked my ticket to Beijing already as well as planned my trip. Hope all goes well. I'll try to put up some details, or at least pictures.
Thanks again!

Travel Tips for Xi'an

Xian, formerly called...

by SirRichard

Xian, formerly called Chang An, is the capital of Shanxi Province and the biggest city in northwest China. With a history of over 3000 years, Xian served as China's earliest capital for eleven dynasties, including the Western Zhou, the Qin, the Western Han, the Sui and the Tang dynasties, for a period of 1180 years, longer than any other. It was also the starting point of the renowed Silk Road, the main trade route between China, central Asia and Europe.

Taxis between 3 and 4pm

by Green_Frog

You'll be told and see signs at the hostels that there are no taxis between 3 to 4pm as this is the changeover for drivers - their dinner breaks. So if you need to catch a train, flight etc you need to go super early apparently. Well we found a taxi at 3.30pm and although it was a little difficult to find out - with our stunning blonde daughter on the corner flagging them down, how could they resist = we got a taxi to take us to the train station on time : )

Musical fountain at Big Wild Goose Pagoda (Dayanda

by tistra

I really recommend you to watch musical fountain here. Dayanta at night is so beautiful. The musical fountain begins at 9 p.m. and it's only 10 mins (anyway please ask more info at hotel again because I don't know that it will begin at 9 p.m. everyday or not) Around dayanda has many shops that you can take time to walk around. So can come here 7-8 pm. It's free.

Imperial Dumpling Banquet

by Mairo21

When eating here, we were served a total of 18 different dumplings. All different in shapes, all different tastes...and that was just a sample. When I took a look at their menu, there were so much more that we didn't have the opportunity to try even half of the selection. If you love dumplings, come to this famed Xi'an restaurant that has been in business since 1936.

The Man

by muddybok

Ying Zheng, better-known as Qin Shihuang (246 - 221 BC) is the first emperor in China history and founder of the Qin Dynasty.

Although he has been honored as a remarkable emperor (who unite the nations) and also denounced as a tyrant in China’s history. The construction of Great Walls and building of other public works were accomplished at massive cost of wealth and human life.

Prior to Ying Zheng united the nations, the Chinese are at war all the time. The death, poverty and fear are always crept into commoners' lives. They will never know they can live past tonight and they good crops will be able to harvest. Just too many uncertainties, but the first emperor set everything straight, but live still not easy.


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Address: No.59 Heping Rd, Bei Lin District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710001, China