66 Ci En Road, Qu Jiang New District, Xian 710061 China
+86 29 6568 6568

Xi'an Shaanxi, The Westin Xian, near Big Wild Goose Pagoda

Hotel Category: 4

Stay in an exciting historic location, just steps from the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and Xian's many cultural gems, as well as restaurants and an upscale shopping area. Guests also enjoy easy access to an array of multi-national companies. Rediscover your best self with our welcoming amenities, including the on-site Xian Qujiang Museum of Fine Arts. Whether your tastes run to ancient art and fine dining or recharging in our WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio or Heavenly Spa by Westin™, renewal awaits. Experience residential comfort in our 321 spacious guest rooms and suites. Each features contemporary design, high-tech entertainment and business options and welcoming amenities such as the Westin Heavenly® Bed, rainforest shower and separate tub.

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018


On-Site Museum

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The Westin Xian is the first Westin with an on-site museum.

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President Suite - Bedroom

Discover Xian


Situated in the Qu Jiang New District, The Westin Xian is only a few steps from fascinating cultural sites, fine dining restaurants, entertainment, and shopping areas.
Historic treasures in the form of bronze, gold, and silver artifacts and Tang Tomb murals await discovery at the Shaanxi Provincial History Museum, while the Forest of Stone Steles Museum is home to a trove of stone tablets. The Qin Opera, an old Chinese form of opera, offers live insight into this inspiring ancient culture.
Nearby, temples and storied ruins, such as the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, reveal the city’s role as one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. Just a few kilometers north, the 14th-century walls of the ancient inner city protect Xian’s celebrated Bell Tower, the original capital’s geographic center, and the Drum Tower. Stroll along the antique streets, stopping in characteristic shops that sell traditional handicrafts—from ceramics and paintbrushes to embroidery.
Just 30 kilometers east of the city sit the Terracotta Army vaults. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the vaults date back more than 2,000 years and house thousands of life-size terracotta warriors who protect the nearby tomb of China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang.
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