We came to the Seman and were offered a larger room with four twin beds. The price was not too bad, but I expected that the front desk manager would at least bargain a little especially since the season was the slow season. The lighting was pretty bad all over the hotel, and although the carpets were a nice touch, they didn't seem to have been cleaned properly in a while. The staff is friendly and responsive -- a good thing since there were quite a few times we needed issues addressed with our room. One issue was the hot water wasn't working at first, and someone had to come up and turn on some hidden valves. (worked fine after that) Another was that a few times over the course of our stay the circuit breaker to the bathroom electric had to be switched back on. It was just starting to get cold, and the heat was on, but just barely. There is an internet modem/router in the room, but no internet connection. There is parking out back, but no one lets you know about a parking fee, until you try to leave, and the parking attendant closes the gate on me as I'm leaving and just says -- "10 kuai". I was able to get it down to just 5 kuai per night, but still that's 3 kuai more than what it should be. The location is fantastic -- across the street is a neat little Pakistani restaurant and they were very friendly and the food is good. and of course being in Kashgar the smell of freshly baked nan permeates your senses as soon as you walk out the door at any given time. There are several 'dukan' (shops) nearby to get whatever you may need as far as snacks or food. It is a busy intersection, so just beware with children crossing the street there.
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- Also Known As:
- Seman Hotel Kashi