Not the place to head if you're looking for seriously fancy digs, travellers usually come to Húnán to experience a part of China that hasn't been completely overrun by international tourism. It is an adventurer's land and a place to tickle your tastebuds rather than posh out at an expensive hotel. That being said, there are a lot of very comfy mid-range options around the province. Simple, family-run inns (客栈; kèzhàn) dot the smaller towns and mountainous areas, and a scattered few luxury resorts hide in scenic corners. The provincial capital city, Chángshā, has options to suit all tastes. Budget travellers will find their yuan stretches a little further here, making Húnán a good spot to think about upgrading for an evening without drying up your wallet.