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The Great Silk Road Adventure: Xi'an to Istanbul

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Grand Dynasty Culture Hotel is located in central Xi’an City, a few minutes’ walk from the Ancient City Wall and Islamic Mosque, which makes it the perfect base from which to explore this fascinating city. The four star property offers all the creature comforts to allow you to relax after a long day’s touring, from the heated indoor pool and spa to the culinary delights of the in-house restaurant or café. Guests enjoy the dumpling feast, full of interesting designed and flavoured dumplings including The Frog Prince, Gong Tingzhi duck and Goldfish tail. The rooms are clean and spacious ranging from Deluxe, Superior, Suite, Executive and Presidential. Blow off some steam in the fitness centre or table tennis room before relaxing those muscles in the massage room. Rooms at Grand Dynasty Culture Hotel are complete with air-conditioning, a satellite TV, a minibar, a hairdryer and an en suite bathroom.

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