King Dynasty Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

1 Da Qing Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi, 710082, China
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86%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
9%
10
Very Good
47%
52
Average
30%
33
Poor
10%
12
Terrible
2%
3

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 33% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Domestic flight from Beijing to Xian

by Faala

I'm arriving Beijing Terminal 3 by Thai Airways at 15:50pm. Planning to take the Air China domestic flight to Xian at 18:30pm Terminal 3. As they're both different airlines, I assume I'll need to go through arrival immigration and claim my luggage. Do I need to do a check-in for the domestic flight and go through the immigration again? Will I have sufficient time to do all the check-out and check-in to catch the 18:30pm flight?
Please advise. Thank you.

Re: Domestic flight from Beijing to Xian

by xymmot

you will go through immigrations coming in and then catch your domestic flight.You will have enough time as most Chinese airlines waits for their passengers if they know you are on a connecting flight. As soon as you check in and they know, rest assure that if you are in the airport, you will not be left behind. If you can not check in and running out of time, butt in line and yell help, I need to catch a flight leaving in 30 min, go to first class counter. They most likely zipp foreignors right through. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Domestic flight from Beijing to Xian

by GrumpyDiver

As you are entering the country you will have to clear customs and immigration. If your luggage is not checked through, you will have to pick it up and check it in. If it is, I'm not sure as to the procedures - each country has a slightly different way of handling that process.

No, you will not have to go through immigration again - you are already in the country but you will have to clear security. Three hours is lots of time, so if your flight is reasonably on time, you should be able to make it without any issues. I can't comment on the new Beijing Airport, as last time I was there the new airport had not been built and we went through the old National airport.

Re: Domestic flight from Beijing to Xian

by gaolei

China has always controled travel in China. Before all the TSA type security started, Chinese went through something like immigration to show that they had permission to travel to another city and all their papers were correct and in order. Today, it still exists, but it is much less restrictive for local people to travel. It can, however, cause delays, just as our TSA does.

When you pass through an international airport in China, you will go through immigration and customs to get out of the international area of the airport and into the country. You then have to go to the domestic part of the terminals, and check in to your flight. Then you go through police security and baggage checks. If you have a close connection, be aware that it will take 1 to 2 hours to do this, especially in the new, huge multi-terminal airports like Shanghai PVD airport.

Re: Domestic flight from Beijing to Xian

by ellyse

As long as you're arriving into Beijing airport on an international flight, you'll have to go through immigration and baggage claim, regardless of whatever onward plans you have.
Yes, you definitely need to check-in again for your flight to Xi'an.
If you know Beijing airport well, your plane isn't delayed, and there isn't a long queue at immigration, you should just be in time for your next flight.

Re: Domestic flight from Beijing to Xian

by walterwu

After arriving at Beijing International Airport, we had tried to check-in for the flight from Beijing to Xi'an 2 hours ahead then but was told it was too early. We ended up taking breakfast before checking in. Managed to board the plane (we ran to the gate after checking in) to an Air China domestic flight to Xi'an.

Travel Tips for Xi'an

A Personal Note

by solopes

I know that this will not mean anything to you, but... I'm Portuguese.

While watching the perfect show of "The Tang Dynasty" we are invited for an included drink. The list mentioned "Port wine" which seemed too strange for me, due to the difficulty to find wine in most of the Chinese restaurants. I decided to risk and... I was presented with a good glass of a REAL Portuguese Port wine.

That with the splendours of the show in background!
My friend MarioPortugal would feel jealous!

The only things to do in...

by LAOWAI

The only things to do in Guilin are 1) go to the western bars in town, 2) watch a movie in one of the shoddy 'copy' theaters, 3) walk along the river and buy stuff, and 4) play ping pong.
Ping pong is just about free, and you can play for hours. No understand- what is a dress code in China?

Tang Dynasty Show

by Incubus30

I went to see this show and was amazed with the colours, music & ability of the performers. If you are in Xi'an do visit this show.

It is a unique experience which will give you nice memories , that you will cherish back at home

An historical and leisurely side trip

by trvlrtom

These hot springs have been here for ages (3000 years?), but in the last few years have undergone considerable restoration and new construction. Although it does come across as rather "touristy," the new buildings are pretty interesting, and the older section has an good piece of historical interest for those who look into it. You can walk on the exact spot where the so-called Xi'an Incident occured in December 1936, when generals Zhang Xueliang and Yang Hucheng arrested Chiang Kaishek. This older section was our favorite. The gardens are a nice place just to walk around also.

Since the hot springs are on the route between the terra cotta warriors and the city of Xi'an, I think it was worth the time for a stop.

Visit The Bell Tower

by margaretvn

This is situated in the centre of the city, it stands at the crossing of the main north-south and east-west streets. It was first built in 1384 at the entrance of Guangji Jie and moved to its present position in 1582. It was renovated in 1739. The two-storey building is 36 metres high. On each side of the base is an arched gate which is 6 metres high and 6 metres wide. The upper storey has three layers of eaves, with ridges running from the corners of the topmost towards the central knob. The tower has stairs up to the top floor which gives the visitor a birds-eye view of the surrounding area.

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