Accommodating hundreds of thousands of tourists from China and abroad every year, Dunhuang has a well-developed hotel trade.
Dunhuang is at the county-level under the administration of Jiuquan city (a prefecture-level city) in northwestern Gansu Province in northwestern China. It is 393 kilometers west of Jiuquan, or about a five-hour train trip. Dunhuang was an important stop on the ancient Silk Road. It is also home to the Mogao Grottoes, the largest and most famous grottoes in China. The grottoes were inscribed onto the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987 and are masterpieces of Buddhist art in China. Tourism in Dunhuang has developed the most rapidly in all of Gansu Province. Hotels in the city center are recommended, and have easy access to the railway station, the airport, and the attractions of Dunhuang. Prices of Dunhuang hotels range from $20 to $200. We provide the key to the best deals for Dunhuang Hotels, and have selected 12 that meet our high standards and offer the best rates available. If you have any problems, please call our individual advisor’s 24/7 advice number in China:
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Yangguang West Road, Dunhuang, Gansu Province
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