Huangshan Baichuan Hotel
Mount Huangshan Wonderland Hotel
Home Inn Yingbindadao Huangshan
Tang Kou Hotel Huangshan
Huangshan Pine Ridge Lodge
Peach Blossom Hotel
This is a pleasant hotel in the hot springs area, with clean, modern rooms, some with views; still open at the time of writing, despite all the construction.
Dorms come with TV and shower, but are a bit old and worn; doubles (with private bathroom) pass muster but the hotel is sorely lacking compared with its competition. It seems to be happy to just rely on large tour groups.
On the cusp of reopening after renovation at the time of writing, this attractive hotel is set back from the road, with clean and well-looked-after rooms.
A 10-minute walk from the Yùpíng Cable Car (go to your right), this four-star hotel is perched on a spectacular 1660m-high lookout just above the Welcoming Guest Pine Tree.
Located overlooking the river on Yanxi Jie, this hotel has clean, bright and frequently discounted rooms. The cheaper triples come with shower and toilet, but no air-con.
Typical of the simple hotels along the road running through Tāngkǒu, this place has cheap and serviceable rooms, with plastic wood flooring, air-con, TV and phone.
Cheaper rooms are devoid of views, but the pricier doubles are bright and clean and have flat-screen TVs.
With a lovely but inconveniently located setting looking out onto bamboo and forest, this traditionally styled hotel has fine, clean rooms, with 35% discounts frequently given. Walk down from the car park in front of the cable-car station.
Xīhǎi Shānzhuāng has a selection of doubles with slightly faded shower rooms.
Just before the Baiyun Hotel, this hotel has very clean four-bed dorms with pine bunk beds, kettle, heater, shower and TV.
Warm jackets are supplied in rooms for sunrise watchers, bathrooms are clean and all rooms come with heating and 24-hour hot water, but take a look at the doubles first, as some face inwards. Discounts knock dorms to Y200 and doubles to Y1000.
The four-star Běihǎi comes with professional service, money exchange, a mobile-phone charging point, cafe and 30% discounts during the week.
Tucked away behind the Bank of China opposite the Beihai Hotel, this cheap and well-positioned spot has rows of dorm rooms rising up the hill (no English sign). Dorms are simple and vary in price and quality, so gauge them up before deciding.
Huangshan Paiyunlou Hotel
Three-star comfort and lovely views can be found at this hotel up from Tiānhǎi Hú (Tianhai Lake), with clean, heated doubles (some with bath, others with shower); rooms on higher floors have superior views.
With an excellent location near Tiānhǎi Lake (Tiānhǎi Hú) and the entrance to the West Sea Canyon, plus four-star comfort, this place is recommended for those who prefer a slightly more tranquil setting.
Best Western Resort And Spa
A newish five-star resort, and operator of the outdoor hot springs. The complex is sequestered along a lovely wooded hill and is a fantastic place to unwind. Rooms are small but cosy, with brown trim, and soft beds.
Huángshān Hot Springs Youth Hostel
An unexceptional hostel, with few English speakers. However, rooms are cheap and clean, and the owner does her very best to accommodate you. She'll help with ticket bookings, laundry, transfers and offer information. Her son speaks OK English.
A large white edifice on the west side of the river on the Huángshān access road, this four-star hotel offers the priciest and nicest (the word being relative in this context) accommodation in Tāngkǒu. Prices in the three-star building are lower.