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This hotel is a scam. Don’t stay here. They overbook and send you to their friends hotel so they get a cut. It’s also not close to Canton Fair.
The only problem that we had was that we needed the Chinese address to give to the taxi driver. That would have helped, but one can also call from the airport and have the bus come and pick a person up. Derick, at the front counter, speaks English like a native! He was extremely helpful as well as ...
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Interest stay .staff cooparation. Goodservice Location is eccellent .advise my friends to stay there
This is not a Hotel, but rather an appartment building renting out poeples dirty appartments. Be warned
The hotel is clean and staff are friendly. The price is good for Guangzhou and the location is close to some interesting old streets with lots of character. The metro is close and a KFC and Pizza Hut. Good internet if you plug in. Wifi not so good. I always plug in with an ethernet cable.
This Hotel is down by the wharf! They say 10 min walk to Canton Fair bit is more than an hour. The plus is a regular bus service runs to the fair so it is manageable. Very very basic.
at first the room was like smoking smell that I could not breathe. I complaint to the hotel staff. They cannot understand English but they phoned someone to communicate. However, they change the room for me and the room was clean, cheap, and safe. Overall, I was highly satisfy with the staff and ...
The overall experience has been positive. When I arrived, the hotel staff couldn’t find my booking and asked me to pay for a new booking although the existing booking was paid upfront. Eventually they found my booking and asked for a 100 yuan deposit which is one of the lowest I have seen to date...cha ...
Much of Guangzhou’s two-star accommodation puts you in the mainly residential Yuexiu District, which is also very much Guangzhou's cultural centre. The surprisingly spacious two-star apartments or hotels take you to the heart of life in downtown Guangzhou, giving you easy access to peaceful inner city parkland at Liuhuahu Park and Yuexiu Park, the joys of street food and window shopping on Shangxiajiu Commercial pedestrian street and short walks to hop on Guangzhou’s metro for exploring further afield.
With over half a mile of Chinese and western shops, Shangxiajiu Commercial pedestrian street is a wonderful place to acclimatise after checking in at your two-star hotel. Try out some of Guangzhou’s best dim sum in the street’s restaurants or try China’s take on MacDonalds. Then head to the nearby Hualin Temple, one of the oldest Buddhist temples in Guangzhou, where, for a very small entry fee, you can marvel at the 500 unique gold-painted arhats. Surrounded by these characters who reached nirvana, you’ll enjoy a sense of calm before heading back into the hustle and bustle of Guangzhou.
For more calm and Chinese culture, take the efficient metro to Yuexiu Park, the largest park in Guangzhou and home to the magnificent Five Ram Statue. While you’re there learn about Guangzhou’s fascinating 2,000-year history through the ancient artefacts in Zhenhai Tower’s Guangzhou Museum.
Also with many two-star places to stay nearby, the Baiyun District has the spectacular backdrop of Baiyun Mountain, also known as White Cloud Mountain thanks to the clouds around its many peaks. Hop on a cable car to Maoxing Ridge for far-reaching views of the city, or explore the beautiful Nengren Temple or the Guangzhou Collection of Inscribed Stone Tablets both set in the mountain's lush green parkland.
With so many places to stay to choose from, use Expedia to help you find the perfect two-star accommodation for you to make the most of your trip to Guangzhou.