Generally speaking, overnight accommodations in Harbin are relatively inexpensive when compared to other Chinese tourist destinations. The city offers a range of hotels and hostels with a small collection of top of the line hotels all the way down to the cheap backpacker's hostels. For something elegant and historic check out the unsuitably named Modern Hotel which features elegant, old, European style rooms, restaurants and amenities. For a familiar favorite and at a moderate cost, try the Holiday Inn Harbin located in the heart of downtown and fixed with a helpful English-speaking staff.
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