Xiangzimen Youth Hostel and Warriors Youth Hostel are budget accommodation options in Xi'an (Shaanxi) with room rates from 31US$ and 23US$ per night. Visitors to Xi'an (Shaanxi) interested in reasonably priced accommodations can book a stay at 7Days Inn Xi'An North Street Subway Station Lianhu Park, which is a 10-minute walk from the city center. In case you're on a tight budget, stay at Yaxinge Apartment, which is a 10-minute walk from Bian XiJie TianTian ShangYeJie. For guests seeking budget hotels in Xi'an (Shaanxi), choose Hanting Hotel Xi'An 6Th Fengcheng Road Branch, in Weiyang district.
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Where to stay in Xi'an (Shaanxi)?
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If it's your first time visiting Xi'an (Shaanxi), think about staying at central Ramada Bell Tower with rates from 58US$. Pick one of the many hotels in downtown Xi'an (Shaanxi), such as Super 8 Xian Xidajie. Two good hotels in the heart of Xi’an City Center district are Mercure Xian On Renmin Square and Le Garden.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Xi'an (Shaanxi)
Bell Tower is a stylish 4-star choice that will place you only a 15-minute walk from Farmers' Caves. Lemon Hotel Zhu Que Branch offers appealing rooms of a boutique hotel and is set in Xincheng district. 7Days Inn Xi'An Xiying Road is a top-rated chain hotel in Xi’an City Center district, and is situated within easy reach of Shanxi Art Museum.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Xi'An Haojia Apartment is an affordable apartment for families situated next to Xi'an City Wall, with room rates from 14US$. Somerset Aparthotel Xindicheng Xi'An is a B&B situated a 30-minute walk from Shuyuan Xiang. Guests planning a business trip to Xi'an (Shaanxi) could consider booking a room at Xi'An Ruyue Inn, a 20-minute walk from Ancient Folk House. If you're interested in staying at a resort in Xi'an (Shaanxi), think about staying at The Westin Xi'An, situated near an oasis, a rainforest and forests and offering a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi.
City Guide: Discover the best of Xi'an (Shaanxi)
If you have not been to Xi'an, you have not been to China.
To put it another way, Xian is really at the root of Chinese culture. As a cradle of Chinese civilization, it was a powerhouse for 13 dynasties and witnessed a rule of 73 emperors serving as the capital for the Zhou, Qin, Han, and Tang dynasties.
You can capture all the influence Xian has over China only on your trip there. It is worth considering advance booking to have a warm welcome in Xian. From cheap offers to luxury Xian hotels find them all at Booked.net. At our website you can browse by price or location hotels in Xian with maps, photos and secure forms.
The strength of this city is felt far away from the Great Wall as Xian is a powerhouse of China’s economy. It serves the telecommunication and software industries with two special industrial zones - Xi'an Economic & Technological Development Zone and Xi'an High-tech Industries Development Zone – within the city.
But Xian is not only a location for business, but a city with 3000 years of history. Its origins date back to the Bronze Age when the Western Zhou dynasty initiated a construction of the city. In 221 BC Xian was incorporated into the Chinese empire. Soon Xian saw a heyday due to location at the Silk Road - the most important trade arteries in the world. By 618AD the city was the capital of a great empire and one of the biggest metropolises in the world. Under the rule of the Tang Dynasty Xian became a place for the arts, and ceramics, painting and architecture.
Today the most of city's glorious past is reflected in its attractions.
- City Wall of Xi'an, the largest one in the world
- Shaanxi Provincial Museum has a collection of relics from the Neolithic through the Qing dynasty
- Grand Mosque offers striking mix of Islamic and Chinese architecture styles
- Wolong Temple dates back to 200BC and is still active
Along with the city's history stands the story of its cuisine that is as old as the whole Chinese civilization. In comparison to other Chinese cuisines it needs the special cooking skills of the local chefs for outstanding flavor of salt, vinegar, capsicum and garlic making it especially spicy.
Thus no trip to Xian complete without a dining out in its numerous restaurants, as no stay there is comfortable without good hotel booked in advance at Booked.net.