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Reviewed May 2, 2016 via mobile

Friends recommended this hotel after staying there a few months ago. We decided to try it out. Billed as a five star hotel, the Yangzhou State Guest House did not disappoint, as sometimes a state run hotel would. It's location right on the Slender West Lake is superb. The grounds are spacious. The scenery is unbelievable. The restaurants offer fine Yangzhou cuisine. We don't like the breakfast buffet though. At 98 yuan per head, the quality was mediocre. The rooms are decent sized and the bed very comfortable. The housekeepers gave me a surprise. Coming back after our first day out, I thought I went to the wrong room. Without our asking, the housekeeper installed a massage machine on a chair and even moved my washed underwear to a drying rack near the window. She was nice enough to leave a handwritten note to explain why. This was really sweet. At about 120 USD per day during weekdays, the hotel gave exceptional value for a relaxed and comfortable stay.

Stayed: April 2016, travelled with friends
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Reviewed February 18, 2016

This was our first hotel in the City of Yangzhou China. it was also our first first 5 STAR hotel. I would rate the hotel staff staff a 6 Star. I saw no other english speaking Causasion, but 90% of the staff spoke English. We were for 6 days. I can not recoomend any higher this location if you ever stay in Yangzhou. If thehotel was rated 5 STARS.then the grounds have to be rated a 10. the hotel is next to the WEST SLENDER LAKES

Room Tip: makes sure you walk the grounds at night
  • Stayed: February 2016, travelled with friends
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Thank yrret02
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Reviewed January 9, 2016 via mobile

Really nice hotel laid out over a number of buildings. Each building seems to have its own restaurant but no bar. Great location and is an oasis of calm not something one associates with Chinese cities. Staff are good but seem to be slightly anxious about sticking to the rules. Good restaurants and bars just outside entrance gates. A great place to recharge your batteries as you travel through China.

Stayed: October 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed October 14, 2015

Stayed here recently for a business trip and found the hotel to be very good. Staff were friendly and the rooms were clean. The gardens in the hotel are beautiful and very well maintained will definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed: March 2015, travelled on business
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Thank Fuboi88
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Reviewed October 2, 2015

This hotel was built for and mainly caters to China's political and business leadership. As a result, it's not "international" in the way global brands are. But, if you can deal with this, there is one enormous payoff. The hotel sits inside one of the most glorious, exclusive and beautiful traditional Chinese garden settings anywhere in China. It's off-limits to anyone not staying here. The gardens are maintained for the enjoyment of this Chinese elite, and so are perfectly cared for. There are old historical buildings, including a restaurant and tea house inside. The gardens are a closed part of the lovely Shou Xi Lake area of Yangzhou. On the far bank, the public gardens are jammed. If you stay at the hotel, you'll have it all almost to yourself. The Chinese elite know how to live when they travel, when it comes to having exclusive access to some extraordinary real estate. This hotel proves it.

Stayed: September 2015, travelled on business
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