We stayed at the Upper Zen Hotel in Emei City while visiting Emeishan and Leshan, for 3 nights. Approx 10 minute taxi ride to Baguo village (park entrance for Mount Emei).
Stayed in the business double room, breakfast inclusive.
Location: approximately 30 min walk from the bus station, recommend taking a taxi. Very close to Dafo Temple, which is very impressive. It is a new-ish hotel in a new development which is very impressive looking, but mostly not open yet and fairly deserted both day and night while we were there! Poorly signed- if you find the elephant city statue, it's behind this (on your right).
Accessibility: hotel has stairs and a lift. Note, the hotel wouldn't book us a taxi as they said they were unable to phone taxis in Emei City, so to get a taxi meant walking out to the main roads (about 400m) and trying to hail a cab, which can be variably difficult in Emei City.
Reception: minimal English, generally unfriendly (can be quite common in Chinese hotels); check-in mostly ok though.
Rooms: pros - quiet, very spacious, AC, wi-fi. Newish rooms with complementary water. Cons - only moderately clean (common for Chinese hotels also); lots of mould in the shower. Bed awfully uncomfortable - springs sticking into us! Some of the room lights not working. No safe. Fridge unplugged (?to save electricity); we were able to plug it in and get it working by moving some furniture.
Breakfast: mostly Asian-style. Although breakfast is meant to start from 7am, if the hotel is quiet they will only bother to get things out when people come down. Some toast and eggs / meat (?spam) brought to our table along with watermelon and coffee. They were very kind to give us each take-away breakfasts which were made up for us on the day we left at 6am to climb the mountain.
Overall: ok hotel with pros and cons, would probably stay again if the rest of the new development was open, as it will likely be a lot more busy and fun area.