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Reviewed 6 December 2016

I have no idea why previous reviewers say this is an old hotel, tired and worn at the edges! This is a magical hotel right in the centre of ancient Kashgar down a timeless alley full of local craftsmen. The price is the best in the area and if you ask for a front facing room on the second floor, you can watch the Uyghur world of mud houses, arches, and local life go by beneath you. The rooms have everything you could need. They are large, spotless, modern, with clean bright sheets. All the shampoo and soap you could need, airy and quiet. Our £11 room had a massive double bed and a separate room with a sofa! F you pay online breakfast is thrown in, otherwise they do a deal for £3.50 or you can grab a hot Nan bread from the local bakers and eat it with local honey in your room. The hotel is perfectly suited ten minutes walk from the exotic Sunday market and Mao Tse Tung People's Park, the same from the lively night market and central Id Kah Square, famous ice cream shops and 100 year old tea house, and a wonderful place to explore the labarynthyne Old City. There's even air conditioning in summer and warm snug rooms in winter.

Room tip: Ask for a front facing room over the alley
Date of stay: December 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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5  Thank hidihidiho
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Reviewed 22 October 2016

This hotel is in a great location just inside the old town. It is a budget hotel that is old tired and worn around the edges however this is part of the charm. Don't expect too much it's maybe 2 to 3 stars by our Australian ideas. The beds are clean the water is hot and the toilet is western (do not put toilet paper in it) There is breakfast available local style. We tried it but wasn't a big hit for us. There are ATM s in walking distance from the hotel that accept foreign cards.

Date of stay: October 2016
2  Thank gunnag0
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Reviewed 22 July 2016

Located in the old town of Kashgar/Kashi this hotel offers basic clean rooms with airconditioning. Breakfast is included.
From the hotel you can explore Kashgar very well, it's just in the old city and near the market. Also the night market is very close and a great place for food.

Date of stay: August 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Marloes020
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Reviewed 7 November 2015

The best thing about this branch of the Kashi Super 8, otherwise known as "Sup Ba", is its location - it is wonderfully situated in the middle of the old city, which remains a lively residential area dotted with the shops of metalworkers, bread sellers and other vendors, and where families with children socialise in the street until about 10 or 11pm. The street is inaccessible to cars so one may need to walk 5-10 mins up the street to the hotel from the taxi drop-off point. We were an easy 20-minute walk from the Id Gah Mosque, Kashi's main markets and other landmarks. The view at breakfast is also definitely a treat - one can enjoy it from the rooftop. However, the room facilities themselves are a little dingy and dark with serviceable but sparse beds and clearly budget furnishings. There is hot water and operational WiFi - otherwise, do not expect much by way of aesthetic amenities or references to local cultures. Super 8 is a mainland Chinese franchise which follows Beijing (not local) time, and only Mandarin is spoken at the front desk, although staff did try to accommodate our requests. While definitely not a boutique hotel with Kashi flavour, it does provide the basics. Would recommend the place only for its location.

Date of stay: September 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Eirene C
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Reviewed 11 October 2015

The location of the place in the middle of the old town is really great. The rooms are below average though. Rooms and bathroom were super dirty. Their was hair everywhere and they did not even bother to vacuum the floor with food leftovers from the previous guests everywhere. Breakfast is below Chinese average as well, but there is tons of places around selling fresh baked bread.

Room tip: rooms to the front have nice views to the street with the little shops
Date of stay: October 2015
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Thank SebBud
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