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Hotel is well located, close to the Subway. Needs to be updated but the room is big, Nice, clean and has all necessary amennities. Service room was good, but almost nobody speaks English, so be creative...Excelent breakfast!
Nice hotel rooms, with great service. Good selection of chinese food for breakfast, plus automatic coffee machine that reasonable, and fruit. As previous person mentioned, air conditioning turned off in october, which means can get hot. Shut curtains or better ask for a room not...More
It's a great place for business meetings, and for a holding a workshop or a conference. The minus is that most of the personnel does not speak English - however, they will always find someone who does (which sometimes takes 3 or 4 iterations). Overall...More
I stayed in this Hotel during a official trip. The rooms are nice and clean. There is free wifi in the rooms. Though there is drinking water supply in the bathroom, I would prefer a complementary water bottle. Other than the two tea bags. the...More
I was invited to stay in this hotel. I understand that it has been transformed into a hotel only recently, hosts mostly academic conferences. The rooms are fine (good beds, decent bathroom, reasonably reliable and free internet), but strangely there's fixed rules and when you...More
US$85 - US$99 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Smoking rooms available
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"Ask for room not facing street if air conditioning is turned off"