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Jinmao Hotel Lijiang, the Unbound Collection by Hyatt
Jinmao Hotel Lijiang, the Unbound Collection by Hyatt
5 out of 5
No 8 Xiangjiang Road, Gucheng District, Lijiang, Yunnan, 674100
The price is HK$854 per night from 5 Jul to 6 Jul
4.5/5 Wonderful! (75 reviews)
"Spacious room. The hotel was quiet, in fact too quiet it felt like a ghost town. The shopping area located inside the property was all closed and locked up, and you don't see that many guests around. Service was subpar, definitely not Hyatt's standards."

Reviewed on 17 Nov 2019

Jinmao Hotel Lijiang, the Unbound Collection by Hyatt
Shangri-La Resort, Shangri-La
Shangri-La Resort, Shangri-La
4.5 out of 5
No. 1, Chicika Street, Jiantang Town, Deqin, Yunnan, 337009
The price is HK$936 per night from 4 Jul to 5 Jul
4.3/5 Excellent! (35 reviews)
Generally good
"In general the hotel is good, location and staff especially. The two areas that require some sort of improvement are room air-conditioning and the quality of available food, especially breakfast, both very disappointing."

Reviewed on 20 Jul 2020

Shangri-La Resort, Shangri-La
Banyan Tree Lijiang
Banyan Tree Lijiang
5 out of 5
Yuerong Road, Shuhe, Gucheng District, Lijiang, Yunnan, 674100
The price is HK$1,808 per night from 3 Jul to 4 Jul
4.7/5 Exceptional! (25 reviews)
"Good location, fine views, but the hotel is in need of considerable renovation. It is not the marvelous place it used to be."

Reviewed on 30 Mar 2018

Banyan Tree Lijiang
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Yunnan Vacation Packages

With its rich cultural diversity and vivid landscape of mist-shrouded mountains and river-carved gorges, this southwestern province will delight curious travelers.

Experience China’s extraordinary cultural wealth in Yunnan, a province in the southwest that holds more than half of the country’s ethnic minorities. Villages nestled among rice-terraced valleys, sprawling grasslands and soaring mountain show a glimpse of Yunnan’s fascinating folk customs. Admire the rich tapestry of traditions in the ancient gateway to the Silk Road or relax in monastery-dotted townships. Challenging treks, cycling routes and lakeside trails make Yunnan an exciting place for adventurers.

Kunming, the provincial capital, is a long-standing hub in the region. Often regarded as the province’s cultural center, this laidback city was formerly the first port-of-call for merchants returning from Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam. Stroll around the historic city center and relax by the tranquil ponds of traditional parks and gardens. Journey to the Stone Forest outside of the city to see fascinating limestone karst formations and caves or check out the architecture in Guandu Old Town. Go on a daytrip to An’ning for a soak in the thermal hotsprings.

Visit the Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture to find the province’s hippie heartland. Nestled between the stunning Cangshan Mountain and the lake Erhai, the ancient walled city of Dali Old Town is perfect for a serene getaway. Learn about the local Bai people as you explore the lakeside communes. Check out the preserved Old Town in Lijiang, a small city wedged between pretty canals. This city is also a great starting point for the journey to Tiger Leaping Gorge, an awe-inspiring sight linked to exciting treks and scenic drives along the Lancang (Mekong) River.

Check out an ancient Tibetan monastery or go cycling through the verdant grasslands in Shangri-La, a place named for its mystical beauty. Continue the climbing up the mountain roads to the high-elevation village of Deqin and go trekking on the Meili Snow Mountain. If you prefer the tropical warmth, head to Jinghong and delve into the rainforest.

Yunnan is easy to reach by flying into Kunming Changshui International Airport or catching a train from south or central China. Buses and provincial trains are readily available throughout the province. Depending on your elevation, you can experience year-round tropical lushness or snow-laden winters. Wonder at China’s contrasting landscapes and breathtaking diversity in Yunnan.

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