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SleepyFish Lodge

SleepyFish Lodge

Yu Er Lu (extension), Dali, China Map Send to a friend
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Accommodation China Dali SleepyFish Lodge

SleepyFish Lodge

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SleepyFish Lodge is a fabulous guesthouse located near the new East Gate of Dali Ancient City. SleepyFish opened in July 2009 and has modern facilities, but also keeps a traditional Bai flavor. If you are looking for a friendly atmosphere, Western & English speaking staff, clean rooms, soft beds, peaceful surroundings and a fabulous garden, then this is the place for you!

- Foreign managed (English spoken)

- Garden & roof terrace

- Free wifi in rooms & computer in cafe

- Cafe open all day (western menu)

- Travel advice, tour & ticket bookings

- Standard charge airport transportation

- Clean rooms / en-suite bathrooms

- Soft beds

- Laundry service

- Wheelchair accessible

- Bicycles, e-bike & kayaks for rent

- Friendly Golden Retrievers

SleepyFish has 14 rooms available with several different arrangements, including triple and family rooms. Each room is tastefully decorated and furnished by local craftsman. All rooms (except the budget single) include an ensuite bathroom with 24hr hot water and a large balcony that overlooks the pond and courtyard. Each bed has an electric blanket for the winter and heated bathrooms. All ground floor rooms are wheelchair accessible.

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Highlights

  • Free WiFi
  • Free Parking
  • Airport Transfers
  • Kitchen Facilities
  • Linen Included
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Luggage Storage

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excellent place to stay with great service from a foreign owned hostel. about a 10 min. walk to the foreigner street, excellent rooms and beautiful atmospher. will be going back there next time.

Overall
5
Location
4
Cleanliness
5
Value
5
Facilities
5
Service
5

A very nice and comfortable place to stay. It is located within close walking distance of downtown of the old city (it's actually located in the old city). The view of the surrounding countryside and mountains is very nice. The rooms are comfortable, layed back and quiet. The owners are very generous in assistance and are very knowledgable of what's going on around the city.
I highly recommend a stay there.
Curtis, from Somerset, Kentucky USA

P.S. I'm confused on the ranking, since there isn't any scoring in the question of " How satisified were you with this property" box of ranking the hotel? I assume the last box is for a high ranking, so I checked as that.

Overall
5
Location
5
Cleanliness
5
Value
5
Facilities
5
Service
5

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Hotel Amenities

  • Airport Transfers
  • BBQ
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Book Exchange
  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Café
  • Common Room
  • DVD's
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Hairdryers
  • Hot Showers
  • Internet Access
  • Kitchen
  • Linen Included
  • Luggage Storage
  • Meals available
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Towels Included
  • Wheelchair accessible

general

  • Laundry Facilities

laundry

  • Washing Machine

parking

  • Bicycle Parking
  • Free Parking

entertainment

  • Board Games

inroom facilities

  • Reading Light
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities

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