Guìyáng hotels and hostels
Jinjiang Inn Guiyang Daximen
Novotel Guiyang Downtown
Sheraton Guiyang Hotel
Motel 168 Guiyang Shengfu Road Inn
Ramada Plaza Guiyang
Green Tree Inn Guiyang Xiaoshizi Hotel
Motel 168 Guiyang Jie Fang Road Inn
Fu Shui Gui Shan Hotel Guiyang
Home Inn Guiyang West Gate
Home Inn Daying Road Guiyang
Silver Plaza Hotel Guiyang
Jia He Tian Hao Hotel Guiyang
Guizhou Taiyang Hotel Guiyang
Zhongtie Business Hotel Guiyang
La Tin Hotel Guiyang
Lai Kai Fashion Hotel Guiyang
Shaoxing Hotel Guiyang
Guiyang Backpackers Hostel
This place has a great downtown location and some of the city's best food vendors right outside. Once renovations are done this could be one of the better budget options in town.
This is a welcoming enough place where even security guards give shy smiles and nods once they've gotten used to you. Staff does an admirable job of tending the rooms, despite the obvious wear and tear.
Yìdū Youth Hostel
Despite the name, this isn't a real hostel.
Trade Point Hotel
Nowhere in town is service better than it is here. Trade-Point's business centre is also the only one in downtown Guìyáng where the computers and other facilities consistently work.
The breakfast buffet here is the best in the city and the rooms are lovely with embroidered pillows and the odd splash of colour. It's also just gotten satellite TV with a good choice of English channels.
Don't let the name put you off: this place is not only cheap (especially with a discount) but it has boutique hotel aspirations and is an absolute breath of fresh air in stodgy old Guìyáng.
Smack in the thick of things, including near the city's tourist offices, this hotel offers a wide choice of rooms in two different wings.
Tour groups and frazzled staff trample over ketchup and mustard coloured carpets here, while red-nosed businessmen swarm in and out of 'superior' karaoke facilities 24 hours a day.
This is a bad choice if you want one of the nicest rooms in town.
Sitting astride a downtown intersection like a colossus, the rooms here are Guìyáng's top digs. Huge, comfy beds, as well as a spa, gym, pool and Western and Chinese restaurants.
The venerable Jīnqiáo is over 40 years old, a lifetime by Chinese hotel standards, and although it looks its age a bit, it still stands out from the midrange crowd, thanks to its distinctive wedding cake–style exterior (it's very neo-Stalinist) a.
Mahjong fans will like this place, as every room has a table to play at. Everyone else can marvel at finding a hotel with modern, clean and sizeable rooms so close to the bus and train stations.
Another one of Guìyáng's ersatz hostels, the Mayflower is spread across a couple of floors of an office building. Not all of the the rooms are in great condition, so check them first.