I was on a business trip involving the local university a couple of blocks from this hotel, and the university booked our rooms at the Jingcheng. I would not say Jincheng is a four-star hotel. Our AC was set on high but never felt cool, and the cleaning ladies often either turned the AC off or opened the windows and let in hot air. There was mildew and mold growing in the bathroom, and the beds were hard by Western standards.
That said, it was perfectly satisfactory considering I'm a Westerner visiting a small town in China. The rooms were clean other than the mildew in the bathroom. They washed my clothes, provided snacks if you desired, and their breakfast buffet included fried eggs, delicious fried noodles, and steamed bao. The TV worked and there is a hair dryer in a drawer for the ladies who need it.
There is a business center, but it is closed in the morning and evening when I actually needed it. There's a little coffee area that was usually filled with people smoking and playing cards. There are plenty of little stands outside selling drinks and snacks and candy, and a 5 minute cab ride can get to you to the town center. Down the road in front of the school you can find a chicken sandwich spot (think Chick-fil-A in America), and two drink shops featuring taiwanese milk tea and slushies.More
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