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We have a range of budget places to stay in Shangri-la from as low as £3 per night
Based on previous Shangri-la accommodation searches, the average starting price is £6
Want to splurge? At the top end in Shangri-la, we have 4 places to stay with prices starting at £11
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Shangri-la is £6 per night.
Walnut Garden Village, Middle Tiger Leaping Gorge 22 Km from QiaoTou VillageOutstanding 96%
No.23 Yi Ruo Mu Lang (Former No.94 Gucheng Beimen Street)Excellent 91%
sue_v I only stayed here one night. The location is ideal as it is on the edge of the 'old town' and you can easily access the bus station. I do think that you can get better hostels at the same price just down the road from Dragoncloud. I didn't eat here, but wouldn't attempt it because the kitchen is open and dirty (don't mean to be negative, just being honest). I liked the rooms as there are no bunks :) I was warm as the duvets are thick. I got a bit of allergies from the dust, but it is mountain area so to be expected. The bathroom is spacious, but smelled like urine when I stayed there - something you get used to in China, but not really acceptable if I am reviewing on cleanliness. Fine if you staying for a short visit, but look a bit further if you planning on staying longer!
Shangri-la, Yunnan Jinugu Village, Blue Moon Valley(Si Ka Shue San)Very Good 79%
sue_v A nice place out of town, which was ideal for me as I needed time-off to complete work. If you are only in Shangr-la for a short period it is not recommended. Warm showers (uses solar heating), comfortable mattresses and good food. Feels like you staying with locals. Good distance from the lake and the moutain if you are keen on some hiking.
Benzilan County, Deqin Village ZhongdianOutstanding 100%
No.45 Cox Gallery, Jinlong Street0 0%
Hong Po Village, Jian Tang Town Diqing Tibetan PrefectureExcellent 90%
3, Yamen Gallery, Pijiang Hillside Dukezong Old TownVery Good 79%
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