There are hotels galore in Guōliàngcūn though they offer identical two-star quality with hot showers and TVs (no toiletries or towels though). There’s a strip of hotels at the foot of the village and another strip on the precipice facing the tunnel. The latter has better views though you’ll have to contend with roosters crowing at odd hours. Rooms cost ¥40 to ¥100 depending on size and orientation. Prices are a bit higher during the summer but negotiable in the low season and on weekdays. There are no restaurants, but hoteliers have kitchens and Chinese menus offering a wide variety of vegie and meat-based dishes, rice and noodles.