Twin Star Hotel Yining (Yining)
Twin Star Hotel Yining

country: China, city: Yining (City)

Twin Star Hotel Yining Twin Star Hotel Yining

This hotel is situated in the busiest Stanlin St. in the center of Yining city, only 10 minutes' drive to the airport. It also provides easy access to various destinations in the city.

The total number of 218 guest rooms covers various room types from standard twin to deluxe suite. Rooms are large on average, all rooms are with bath and kept in good condition. All room are well equipped up to international four star standard.

The hotel owns 6 different styled theme restaurants from snack street, lobby bar to Chinese restaurant and fast food restaurant. Various needs of guests can be satisfied here.

This is the only 4 star rating hotel within the area and is also the highest which serves as one of the landmarks in the city. The international standardized facility and service make it a nice choice for travellers. (AC 0504)

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Business centre
Disabled facilities
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities (at cost)
Room service
Shopping arcade
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Internet access
Iron and ironing board
Mini bar
Modem/data port connection
Pay-per-view movies

Extra Information:

  • 5 minute walk to the nearest bus stop

No.23 Sidalin Street, Yining,

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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