The best stays in Le Shan were once within the park itself, but they have all since closed down. A nice alternative is the Xiandao Dajiudian (Xiandao Hotel), Wulong Ba 2 (tel. 0833/230-1755; fax 0833/2301352), a 2-minute walk to the back entrance of the park. Out of the city on Dao Long Island, it is surrounded by waterways and greenery. Although the rooms can be a little damp, it makes for a pleasant escape from the dust and general blandness of Le Shan itself. Standard rooms cost ¥280, but management is open to negotiation. The most comfortable place to stay in downtown Le Shan is the Jia Zhou Binguan, Baita Jie 19 (tel. 0833/213-9888; fax 0833/213-3233). It's a three-star hotel with basic modern rooms for ¥360 (up to 50% discount) and a restaurant. A number of good small restaurants are also in the vicinity of this hotel. Yang's is inexpensive, with Chinese and Western food and an English menu; it's located at Baita Jie 49 (tel. 0833/211-2046). Richard Yang, the proprietor, has a wealth of local knowledge and personal anecdotes. A vegetarian restaurant specializing in faux meat dishes is on Wuyou Shan behind Daxiong Temple.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.