A relatively new hotel in a newly developed area. One of the very few international hotel names in Emei. There is a huge Zen-themed mixed development next to the hotel. It's still very new at the time of my stay, and the tenancy around 20% filled. It should be a very interesting place for dining and shopping in 2-3 years' time. A special thank to front desk staff Mr. Shui. We realized a jacket was left in the room only in the evening after checkout. Mr. Shui was very helpful and efficiently identified the cloth even though the lost&found storage room has been locked at the time of my call. He also found a way to courier the jacket to us early next morning, and that saved us a lot of worry and trouble.
We stayed 1 night in early November. We liked the location. Very close to entrance of the park - walking distance to restaurants, shops, and bus station. It feels like a resort with sprawling buildings, lots of trees, river running through it. The free breakfast was nice in a very big dining room. Good selection for Chinese and enough food options for us Americans. The room was a little run down but not too bad. Bed was rock hard but I think that is common in a Chinese hotel. I took an extra comforter and folded it twice to lay on and it was fine. The pools are really fun. We had access to the indoor and outdoor hot springs which was a bunch of pools with different depths and temperatures . Very neat, my kids liked that a lot! All in all, a very nice stay