The airport is a 15-minute drive from the hotel; there’s a shuttle to/from the airport at an additional cost of around $3 per person
Use of the hotel pool, sauna and hot tub is free
Parking on site
Disclaimer: This content was accurate at the time the hotel was reviewed. Please check our partner sites when booking to verify that details are still correct.
Luxe 33-story sleep in downtown Guiyang, with three restaurants, a buzzy bar and an indoor lap pool
With its swanky glass exterior and bold contemporary design flourishes, the Pullman Guiyang is an opulent high-rise stay in the heart of downtown. Within easy reach of Guiyang’s main historical sights, this imposing 33-story hotel offers unobstructed views of the ancient city as well as the area’s soaring mountain ranges. The light-filled lobby is kitted out in white marble, with a high vaulted ceiling, four colossal palm trees, and an uber-chic chandelier. The large guestrooms are equally bright and airy, with floor-to-ceiling windows, Midcentury-style furniture, fully stocked minibars, and Bose iPod docks. The bathrooms come in black and white marble and have walk-in rain showers and Roger & Gallet beauty products. Work off your jetlag at the state-of-the-art gym, relax with a game of billiards, or take a soothing dip in the large, low-lit pool. For dinner, head to La Provence, on the fifth floor, a fancy French restaurant overlooking the hotel’s lush landscaped garden; follow that with a nightcap in the Art Deco lobby bar.
In the Area
The Pullman Guiyang’s super-central location makes it a perfect base for exploring the local temples, parks and museums. For a history fix, make your way to the Jiaxiu Tower, just across the Nanming River. Built in 1598, during the Ming dynasty, this three-story building stands on the edge of a beautiful lake. For shopping, head to the charming Youzha Jie market, where you can browse the stalls for flowers, bamboo handicrafts and antique coins. The countryside in Guizhou province is spectacular, too; 15 miles south of the city you’ll find Tianhe Lake, an otherworldly region of crystal waterfalls, fairy-tale bridges and bizarre rock formations.