Swisstouches Hotel, a black pool, a restaurant with a British décor and varieties of noodles.

The Swisstouches Hotel is located in the city of Xi’an in China. This hotel is located in one of the city’s highest buildings and has colourful rooms and several restaurants.


The first Swisstouches hotel in the country has 318 rooms. Each rooms has a double bed, a lounge area and a bathroom with a bathtub. The carpets are black and red. Price varies from 140 to 300€ per night. There are rooms with two twin beds and rooms with a kingsize bed, and each room has Internet access.

The lobby is made of white stone and is decorated with thick white columns. The colourful carpets limit the function of each space. The stairs are linked to the ceiling with metal cables and the ceiling is decorated with metal sculptures.

There are several types of rooms at this hotel. The Hot Spring Luxury Rooms are decorated in black, red and white and have twin beds and views towards the city and the park.

The Hot Spring Premier double rooms are cream coloured room with a large red and black carpet. The lounge area is grey and is decorated with designer leather furniture.

Each one of the Club Hot Spring rooms is decorated in neutral tones. Guests who stay in these rooms will be able to enjoy views towards the city and have a butler at their service.

The Hot Spring Premier room is a large room with a separate lounge area, a bathroom and iPods docks. Guests who stay in these rooms will have a butler at their service.

The Hot Spring Deluxe Suites are suites with a large living room with white sofas and brightly coloured cushions. These suites have views towards the city and the park.

The Presidential suite is a suite with two double rooms, several bathroom, a kitchen, a conference room and a living room. The suite has views towards the garden and the city. Guests who stay at this suite will have their own butler at their service.


The hotel has several restaurants. The Swisstouches Café has views towards the gardens and is a cafeteria with a buffet and a menu adapted to international guests. The Lord’s Home is a restaurant decorated in a traditional British style where guests will be able to enjoy traditional Chinese food.

The Big China Noodle King is a restaurant specializing in several types of noodles, the dish that this city is known for. There are noodles from several of China’s regions and from Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan, and these noodles are served with traditional local sauces and a sauce that is made in this hotel. Noodles are served in large bowls.

The Big BBQ Flame Grill is a barbecue where guests will be able to enjoy grilled meat that takes place is the hotel’s garden. The Juice Bar serves a selection of fresh juices.

The Swisstyle Bar is the hotel’s bar, located on the hotel’s 30th floor. The bar has an observation deck with views towards the city. There are several private halls that can be rented for events.

The hotel has a two storey spa. The spa has several jacuzzis and swimming pools, large turquoise bathtubs, a large black swimming pool and neutral decorations. Guests will be able to enjoy therapeutic massages and massages with natural oils in the massage rooms. Next to the spa there is a beauty salon with a hairdressers and a skin treatment center.


There are several banquet halls and conference halls at the hotel, and these are decorated in neutral tones. The Gran Ballroom is a large halls where events of up to a hundred guests can be celebrated. One of the conference halls is decorated with cuckoo clocks.

Guests will be able to organize private events in the garden, in the hotel’s bars and in the restaurants. The spa has several private halls which can be rented for events.


The hotel is located in the center of the Xi’an. A short distance away from the hotel visitors will find the archaeological site of the Xi’an Terracotta warriors.

The hotel offers a transport service to and from the airport. The hotel’s lobby offers guided city tours. Near the hotel visitors will find the city’s ancient wall, the Drum Tower and several museums.

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