Sheraton Xi’an Hotel

2017-12-22 15:44:09 , Source : The Government Website of Shaanxi Province

The Sheraton is one of Xi’an’s nicest hotels. Located outside the city walls a short cab-ride from the city center, the hotel puts guests just 30 minutes from Xi’an Xianyang International Airport. Elegant guestrooms come equipped with a wide range of deluxe amenities including 24 hour room service, international direct dial phones and broadband internet access.

The Sheraton Xi’an features four different fine dining outlets and bars, offering guests ample selections of food and refreshments. Other amenities on premises include a fully-equipped health club, a business center and 12 function rooms equipped with state of the art technology staffed by the hotel’s dedicated Events Management Department.

Location

The hotel is near to the Xi’an West Wall, only a few minutes from the center of the city. The major scenic spots can all be accessed easily from here.The Sheraton Hotel is 43 km to the airport and 10 km to railway station. It is 60 km to Terracotta site.

Rooms & Rates

The hotel has 450 tastefully decorated guestrooms, all well equipped to make your stay as comfortable and convenient as possible.

The hotel's Chinese Restaurant serves authentic Cantonese seasonal specialties and an array of regional gourmet dishes. In the Lobby Lounge, one can unwind at the end of the day with a great cocktail while enjoying the live entertainment. If you want to keep fit, the hotel's state-of-the-art gym will certainly help. The hotel also has a swimming pool with attached bar, sauna, beauty salon and mini golf. Other facilities include a nightclub and a karaoke lounge.

Hotel facilities

Free WiFi  Business center  Meeting room  Swimming pool  Parking

Add. and contact

Hotel address :No.262 Fenghao East Road

Consultation telephone :86-29-84261888

Hotel fax :86-29-84261888

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