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The hotel was ok. No dinner available which made for a long hungry night. Not much choice for westerners for breakfast. Room was not soundproof and the room next door had the TV very loud at 2:30 am. Not much sleep that night.
Liked the stay very much. Comfortable room and nice suite. Thank you
The hotel is very close to the MRT and lots of eateries around. The airport shuttle bus is also very near to the hotel.
The place is close to the downtown, very good spot
Very nice and friendly staff gave us free upgrade, Big room with separate living room, comfortable bed. Location is few minutes to MRT and walking distance to Tianhe CBD. Will be back!
I was very pleased with my stay at this hotel. I felt the value for the room was great. It is about a 10 minute walk to two different metro stations (which are on different lines), a 2 minute walk to the river, and there are numerous restaurants and night clubs within a 5 minute walk.
Was a nice room had a washer and fridge. Beautiful view. Close to a lot of eateries
Renovated in white colour pattern. Feel comfortable and clean. Close to shopping district peking road.
Renovation in the next room and it really affected my rest the entire day. Breakfast is really average
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