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Holiday Inn Express Leshan City Square, an IHG Hotel is located in Leshan, 2.9 miles from Jiazhouzhang Juan and 6 miles from Leshan Giant Buddha. If you came in leshan, you must book this hotel, best value for the price, the room perfect, the breakfast ok and the staff really frendly..
Located in Leshan, in a building dating from 2012, 2.4 mi from Jiazhouzhang Juan, Jin-Tai Holiday Hotel provides a restaurant and guestrooms with free WiFi. This hotel offers a 24-hour front desk. The hotel was comfortable and an enjoyable place to stay. It didn’t take too long to travel over to the Giant Buddha and it was about 1.5 hours drive from Emei Mountain.
Located in Leshan, 3.2 miles from Jiazhouzhang Juan, Leshan Ramada Hotel provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar. This place is amazing for value, not really near anything but taxi is so cheap it’s not an issue just be aware to have the destination u need written in Chinese
Located in Leshan, Sichuan Region, 5 minutes' walk from Leshan Giant Buddha Scenic Area and the ticket booth, Peace Inn The Leshan Giant Buddha Branch features a sun terrace and views of the mountain.... Very spacious comfortable room. Very well located, walking distance to Leshan Buddha, shopping, restaurant streets and river front. Helpful and friendly staff.
Many families visiting Leshan loved staying at Holiday Inn Express Leshan City Square, an IHG Hotel, Leshan Ramada Hotel, and Jin-Tai Holiday Hotel.
On average, 3-star hotels in Leshan cost $0 per night, and 4-star hotels in Leshan are $78 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Leshan can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Jin-Tai Holiday Hotel, Leshan Ramada Hotel, and Holiday Inn Express Leshan City Square, an IHG Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Leshan.
Leshan Ramada Hotel, Jin-Tai Holiday Hotel, and Holiday Inn Express Leshan City Square, an IHG Hotel got great room view-related reviews from travelers in Leshan.
Beautiful place with so much history and great sights. You'll find many temples, teahouses, traditional foods, and of course the great giant Buddha, which personally left me in awe. Although Leshan is strongly associated with its historical scenic spots, it's also quite a modern city. You'll find conveniences like Walmart downtown, so you can also do some shopping if the need arises, too.
It is not Leshan but Emeishan actually. Well, I think you definitely need time to fully appreciate the place. Unfortunately, I had only one day and when the rain came it was clear I can't do much walking. I was not prepared for that.
Be aware of the fact that the big Buddha gets renovated until February 2019. You cannot walk around it, only stand on the plattforms next to his head. The body and the legs of the Buddha are covered with scaffolding. Nevertheless, the surrounding park is nice, but maybe not worth the quite high entrance füee of 80 RMB.
The buddha is definitely worth seeing. Allow yourself around 4-5 hours to see the whole park. We ran out of time as the queue to walk down the Buddha took about an hour. There is not loads to see in the city centre, good for trying the local cuisine. There are regular busses from the train station to the Buddha.
Leshan Fodi Inn was fabulous! Would recommend staying in this great family run hotel for the best view in Leshan. Skip going to the actual site due to huge crowds. You get a better view from the Fodi Inn and the boat ride in front of the site.