Finding an ideal luxury hotel in Xi'an does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Ziction Liberal Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Ziction Liberal Hotel, visitors can check out Tianshuijing Catholic Church (2.2 mi) and Shu Yuan Men ( Ancient Culture Street) (2.7 mi), some of Xi'an's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a minibar, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Ziction Liberal Hotel features room service, a gift shop, and currency exchange, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a sauna and a lounge.
While in Xi'an be sure to experience local shrimp favourites at De Fa Chang Restaurant or Three Sisters Dumplings (East Mutoushi).
Should time allow, Small Goose Pagoda, Qingfeng Park, and Datang Xishi Cultural Scenic Region are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Ziction Liberal Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Xi'an.
This is my first time to Chengdu on a business trip. This hotel is located not far from a subway station, therefore a lot of restaurants and small shops are around the hotel. There is even a big supermarket and department store just out of the subway exit. As for the interior of the room, for the price we paid, single room RMB450, I would say the cost performance ratio is good. The breakfast come with it is OK, you can even have some local dish. So next time when I travel to here, I would stay in this hotel again.
the hotel was easily located as there was a airport coach (RMB25) from the XIY international airport to the Gaoxin area (end stop) and a 2 mins walk from the bus stop. The hotel is well furnished and the front desk staff is able to speak simple English (Although I speak Mandarin). The rooms are comfortable and the in-house restaurant serves wide spread of buffet and ala-carte items. the Gym is well equipped but no swimming pool. If you walk out of the hotel there are eateries around the hotel that serves local Chinese delicacies. The only point to pick is the Wifi signal is finicky. Although the hotel staff says each room has its own wifi but sometimes you will lose connection to your own room signal, resulting you will need to tap on other room's signal, as per the staff recommendation.…
I stayed at the Ziction Liberal Hotel in Xi'an recently for 2 nights while travelling with Chinese colleagues on business. We selected the location as it was near to a client's office that we were visiting. Room : The room was functional and comfortable. A shower-over-bath was provided, as was a good range of toiletries. Bath gel and Shampoo were provided from dispensers in the bath area, rather than in individual packages. My room had a king bed which was quite comfortable (not too hard), and a work desk with power. The room had wi-fi internet coverage included in the price. The room was in reasonable condition but was not spotless - there was some mould around the bath. 2 bottles of drinking water were provided daily. There were 4 elevators and they were reasonably quick. Restaurant : The hotel has a "western restaurant" and a Chinese restaurant. The "western restaurant" is across from the reception desk and is where breakfast is served. I only ate there for Breakfast, which was a selection of Chinese dishes, and some bread/pastry items. Check-in and Check-out : This was a problem at first. When checking in, the check-in staff used their HSBC point of sale machine to process my pre-authorisation in Australian Dollars (using Dynamic Currency Conversion - DCC) rather than Chinese RMB as requested, and did not know how to stop it automatically doing this. A lengthy discussion/argument resulted where they kept claiming they were only charging me in Chinese RMB and that their machine was printing AUD receipts that were "a mistake" and were really in RMB. This gets very frustrating as they immediately tried to tell me that "it is the same" (which it isn't, not by a significant percentage) or "It is because your card is from overseas" and that there would be an exchange rate applied. They finally agreed to cancel the transaction and that we would resolve this at checkout. At checkout a staff member from their back office came to reception to help. Between him and I we were then able to muddle through getting the machine to charge me correctly in RMB rather than involuntarily autoconvert through DCC to AUD. While I thank them for their patience and was pleased that we got the right outcome, I had clearly instructed the staff that the payment was to be processed to my Mastercard in Chinese RMB, and without assistance and intervention they were unable to do this. It appears that they were untrained in the use of their sophisticated Point-of-sale machine, which does seem to happen at many Chinese hotels. Hotels should not install machines that their staff are not trained in using this experience causes me to rate this hotel at 2 stars rather than 3 or 4 stars. I was not asking anything difficult, just to have my transaction processed correctly in local currency. This experience will also lead me to try a different hotel when next in Xi'an. As a frequent traveller I will always avoid allowing merchants to convert currency automatically to my home currency as this always works out to a much poorer exchange rate than the current interbank rate. As a frequent traveller in China, currency losses due to the use of DCC would add up to a significant amount on a yearly basis. I would recommend all visitors using a non-Chinese Mastercard or Visa card be aware of this when transacting at this hotel.…
Clean, modern rooms about a 10-15 minute walk to Xidian University. Breakfast is only sufficient. Immediately surrounding area is not inspiring, but a street of good local restaurants and food stands is a few minutes walk away. Small gym with one (working) treadmill and a few other machines. Good place to stay if you're visiting Xidian University.
This is a nice hotel, very reasonably priced, and in a good neighborhood for shopping and restaurants. LOCATION: the hotel is very close to good restaurants and shopping centers, and is a short drive away from the old city walls (drum tower, bell tower, Muslim Quarter, and hundreds of places to shop and eat!) AMENITIES: they have fairly standard amenities, like a restaurant, gift shop, laundry service, etc. STAFF: our experiences with the staff during check in, check out and moving our luggage was uneventful. No one was rude, or extra friendly. Just professional. The cleaning staff kept our room very clean and tidy. ROOM: the room had two beds, each one sized roughly between a twin and a full size in the US (keep that in mind if you're planning to have two adults per bed - it will be tight). The room has air-conditioning, but we were there in the spring, and they were not "allowing" the air conditioning to be used, only the fan was functioning. It's an energy saving measure, but we had several warm days, and it would have been nice to control the temperature in the room. In the summer, the A/C would be fully functioning (per the front desk) PARKING: the parking is free and abundant (for a hotel in China), if you're planning to rent a car (brave soul!)…