Located within the ancient city walls, the Hilton offers spacious rooms with extremely comfortable beds and excellent facilities, including an indoor pool and spa, and three dining outlets.
Grand Mercure Xian Renmin Square
Located within the ancient city walls of Xian, a short walk from the Bell and Drum towers and the Muslim Quarter, Grand Mercure Xian on Renmin Square offers a comfortable base from which to explore this historic city. The hotel is part of the Accor Hotels complex in the heart of Xian and offers a selection of guestrooms and suites that combine chic Chinese design with modern touches. Dining options include an all-day dining restaurant with an international menu and a lounge for snacks and drinks. The fitness centre, swimming pool and massage service provide guests with a chance to work out or relax in an environment surrounded by courtyards and landscaped gardens. Guests at the hotel also have access to restaurants and leisure facilities at other Accor hotels within the complex.
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The hotel’s 194 guestrooms consist of Standard and Superior rooms with double or twin beds, Executive and Deluxe suites with a separate lounge area, and a 2-bedroom Presidential suite. There are 34 non-smoking rooms while many rooms have space to accommodate an extra bed for a child, additional charges are applicable. Designed in a classic Chinese style, each guestroom is provided with a safety deposit box, satellite television and a variety of amenities.
Grand Mercure Xian on Renmin Square is a 5-minute drive from Xian railway station and a 40-minute drive from Xian Xianyang International Airport. The Bell and Drum towers, Muslim Quarter and the Grand Mosque are all within 25 minutes’ walk from the hotel.
Food and drink
Xian 57 is the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant where breakfast is served and an a la carte international menu is offered during lunch and dinner. The Lounge is a relaxed venue for snacks, tea, coffee and wines. Guests staying at the Grand Mercure Xian have easy access to the dining and drinks outlets at the other Accor hotels within the complex.
Except for Standard rooms, the hotel can provide an extra bed in their spacious guestrooms to accommodate 2 adults and 1 child at an additional cost. A babysitting service is also available.
Facilities and activities
The hotel’s leisure facilities include a fitness centre, an indoor swimming pool and a spa. There is a games room and karaoke facilities as well as a bicycle rental service.
This is a very good mid-range hotel in the centre of Xian, within easy reach of the Muslim Quarter, City Walls and other central sights.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
The Mercure Hotel is a comfortable, elegantly appointed hotel, ideally situated on the grounds of Renmin Square.
Opened in 1953 as a state guesthouse and located in a grand building that blends French and Sino-Russian architecture with local style, the Sofitel Legend People’s Grand Hotel Xian is an attractive luxury property in the heart of Xian, an excellent base for exploring Xian’s famous sights.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Leaving the city, visitors drive to the area where the army was first discovered in 1974. What was finally unearthed proved to be one of the 20th century’s greatest archaeological finds, and ranks with the Great Wall and the Forbidden City as one of China’s most potent images.