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Three Suns Hotel
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Reviewed April 26, 2013

Some hotels in China have figured out that Westerners like AC but not this one. I have been staying here every few years for 11 years and had not stayed here in about 4 years. Same as before, they control the AC, not you. So every night around 3AM I woke up sweating. No use in trying to work the control in the room, they control it. They used to cut the entire power, now just the AC. I left my dirty laundry in one of their bags on my suitcase and they took it and had it done. Usually I would applaud this service but I did not fill out a form saying I wanted it done, nor did I put it in the area where you put the laundry. So not only did we have to pay for it but we had to go back the next day after we checked out. The bed is harder than most even in China. Checkout took 10 minutes. She hand totaled everything and she did not give me the receipt even though I asked for one. So we had to go back the next day to get one. The positives are the housekeeping staff did a great job with the cleaning and replacing towels and the extra comforter I requested. Also the shower pressure and rain head are amazing for a China hotel. Also the host for breakfast had my room number memorized by the 3rd morning. Not a lot of Americans that week! The food has always been very good there and has not changed in the 11 years. They also renovated the rooms which are nicer but still can be noisy.

Room Tip: Bring your own fan!!
  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled on business
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Reviewed September 1, 2011

That's who gets to stay here, I was told. No, definitely not a tourist hotel, at least not a non-Chinese tourist hotel, fine if you're with a tour group or something. A glass wall between the shower and the bed seemed overly engineered, like everything was laid out so it would be just that way, and there was no hot water, maybe that was engineered as well. The water was cool, probably not freezing cold only because it was summer. The room smelled like a cigarette, as did the restaurant downstairs, where people were smoking heavily while they ate, to the accompaniment of a professional karaoke singer, along with her organ player and disco ball. Food tasted like cigarettes too. Nothing outside in the area at all to speak of, factories, some little shops selling cell phones, electronics parts, a busy highway that's getting an upper deck, but there is an open air food stall right on the corner open at night that I'd probably try if I knew about it before I tried dinner at the hotel. Room was reasonably clean and modern, had a PC in it, flat screen TV. There is a little office downstairs selling tickets for buses that run to Shenzhen airport, to the Hong Kong border, and to some other places, so its convenient that way. All it all it was ok.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed September 17, 2008

average meals and not very handy as a tourist hotelo. Strictly a very much business hotel in an industrial area.

  • Stayed: January 2007, travelled on business
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Reviewed January 21, 2017 via mobile
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Stayed: January 2017, travelled on business
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Reviewed October 20, 2014 via mobile
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  • Stayed: September 2014
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