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Luoyang, "The Capital of Nine Dynasties", a city in Henna province, is famous for Peony flowers, Buddhist temple and Longmen Gottoes; Nearby Shaolin Temple adds more attractions to this historical city and tourism booming again in the past years.

Easy Tour China provides brief introduction and pictures of those recommended Luoyang hotels and accommodations, which were frequently-used by our clients in the past years. Wish you all a pleasant stay in Luoyang

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Deluxe 5-star Luoyang Hotels
  • Lee Royal Hotel Mudu Luoyang
    Lee Royal Hotel Mudu Luoyang

    The hotel features a modern architectural style. The water system and subtropical European style garden are one of the landmarks in Luonan New Area. The hotel ...

  • Christian's Hotel Luoyang
    Christian's Hotel Luoyang

    Christian's Hotel is located at the center of the prosperous business circle, has easy access to the railway station and airport. This Luoyang hotel has floor ...

Superior 4-star Luoyang Hotels
  • Luoyang Peony Hotel
    Luoyang Peony Hotel

    The Peony Hotel Luoyang is located in both the business center and traffic center of Luoyang on Zhongzhou Lu. It is close to a big park and the flower exhibit ...

  • Jingan Peony Plaza Hotel Luoyang
    Jingan Peony Plaza Hotel Luoyang

    JINGAN Peony Plaza, a four-star tourist hotel authorized to open to foreign guests, is favorably situated at No. 2 Nanchang Road, a busy street in ancient Luo ...

Comfortable 3-star Luoyang Hotels
  • New Jianlong Hotel Luoyang
    New Jianlong Hotel Luoyang

    The 3-star hHotel comprehensively provides accommodation, dining, bathing, recreation, and business activities.

  • New Friendship Hotel Luoyang
    New Friendship Hotel Luoyang

    Luoyang New Friendship Hotel is a three-star international hotel in Luoyang, called the "Capital of Nine Dynasties.” The highlight here is the Suzhou-style g ...

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