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Hui Boutique Hotel
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Reviewed 22 September 2012

We have chosen this hotel by chance but this choice was excellent.
It can be found in one of the narrow streets leading from the famous Tunxi Old Street (taxi costs 7 CNY to the bus station as well as to the raliway station). The cosy and ambient hotel is very stylish and traditionally decorated. The hotel is furnitured (with details) with antiques. There are all necessary facilities and you can enjoy the Huangshan tea (waiting for you in your room) on the terrace decorated with red lanterns. The room was bright and clean.
You cannot omit the traditional Anhui, spicy breakfast served by the staff in the modern furnitured dining room on the ground floor (you can also choose the Western-style one).
The staff was helpful and friendly. There were also English-speaking persons.
You cannot forget that stay in the Hui Boutique!

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank lubliner
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Reviewed 21 August 2012

Aftsr two weeks of rough accommodation conditions elsewhere in China we were blown away by this little gem. Called Huistyle hotel on its website, owned by charming, English speaking Ben, it is tucked in an alley steps from Tunxi's famous Old Street. The bathroom was squeaky clean, western toilet, shower, hot amd cold water with high pressure showers, and in our twin bed room, the bedding was very comfy, luxurious even. We had the best sleeps. This place has loads of atmosphere, albeit , if upstairs is occupied you hear the footsteps. Ben also owns a coffee shop and has developed a useful little map for navigating the better know part of this clean and unhurried little corner of town. We were able to hire Ben to drive us to and from the cable cars for Huangshan, and to see some of the Wuyuan villages which are photogenic, though some now charge up to 100RMB for visitors, not just westerners, to enter. His recommendation to take Cloud Valley cable car up and the Jade Screen down proved to be a good one. We stayed at Beihei hotel, pretty grim! and survived the long, difficult up and down walk to the Jade Screen cable car station .. Don't carry large packs on this walk.
Hui style hotel is a welcome little haven, nicely decorated and not overdone. Breakfast was basic and they made sound suggestions for dinner. The service is great and the cost is modest. Highly recommended.

Room Tip: Seems larger rooms are upstairs, families appear to occupy them. The twin room downstairs ws most comfortable, except for upstairs footsteps.
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank coffeeglutton
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Reviewed 16 August 2012

On a trip with 2 kids (12 & 10) to Huangshan county, this hotel is great is you love small hotels. The hotel is in an old chinese house in Hui style and the rooms and lounge area are nicely styled. We have also stayed in 4/5 star hotels (Mercure, Crown Plaze) during our trip, but this small hotel beats them with respect to atmosphere and location. It is next door the old street of Tunxi, where all the action is between 4 and 9 PM. the hotel is in a quiet side street and the old street is really fun early in the morning. Do not expect a big western style breakfast buffet, but they try to prepare you a different breakfast every morning. Our laundry was done for free....Really great place to stay if you want to visit the splendid mountains of Huangshan and the nice old villages Xidi and Hongcun....Really worth the trip, as they are real highlights of China.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank Rob L
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Reviewed 15 August 2012

I and my wife have been here for 2 nights. Good experience in a old house in Tunxi.
Of course, it is not a business hotel. It's owned and managed by a nice guy and his family, the same guy who can pick you up at the airport and/or can bring you everyhwere for sightseeing with a brand new VW, with a good driving behaviour.
Rooms are clean and you can find everything you need, including wifi, a bit small.
By the way, the location is excellent and the house very well maintained, attentions to details and very clean.
A B&B to be recommended for a stay in Huuangshan/Tunxi

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Dudygiac
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Reviewed 29 July 2012

A wonderful hotel in two carefully restored Qing Dynasty town houses, peacefully tucked away on a small alley off the old street of Tunxi.

Ben, the owner, showed great interest and knowledge in maintaining traditional Chinese architecture and the highlight of our trip was being taken to a couple of small ancient villages untouched by the hords of tourists.

Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
Thank Laura R
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