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10 Jun-11 Jun
The hotel is located at the heart of the commercial district. Great for business if your office is located near by. The hotel has a great view of it garden and the bridge. The executive lounge is big and quiet, possibly it is because it is off peak season in Dalian.
1 Jun-2 Jun
Everything is perfect. Everything is new, the room facility is modern and new. the service is very friendly and kindly to everyone. the bar on the 48th floor has a very nice night view. only one thing is that the breakfast is not enough to choose but it's home made and fresh.
10 Jun-11 Jun
Perfect for a relaxing weekend. Excellent secluded location, wonderful Zen style facility, and a young, well trained attentive staff. The quality of hotel guests are also excellent.
28 May-29 May
My definition of luxury, this hotel strikes the perfect balance of elegance and simplicity. Rooms are tastefully decorated with all the amenities your'd come to expect from a 5 star hotel including automatic black out curtains and one touch lighting control. The views from this hotel is one of the ...
28 May-29 May
Such a cool, modern, classy place!! Beautiful rooms, grounds. restaurants, and view. I cannot recommed this place enough!! I can't wait to go back Really great staff, cool views, nice beach, awesome bar on the roof.
5 Jun-6 Jun
it's a great hotel, great location, at check-in, Laurie was excellent and front desk Desmond Assistant manager was very helpful when we left. Guest service was great when we asked for a firmer pillow and more water, respond was immediate! Highly recommended!
28 May-29 May
This hotel may not be the newest of most luxurious in the area, but you can't beat it on location, with Nanjing Lu pedestrian street right down stairs, and the metro station just a block away. The rooms are clean and comfortable, and windows are well insulated.
the stay was great. good location and very scenic view from the lobby. the hotel room is small but very nice and super affordable. the breakfast buffet was limited but still good enough; the price is a 1/4 of what i'm used to paying so i thought that was a deal.
Home to one of the world’s oldest civilisations, some of the planet’s most recognisable landmarks and more people than any other country on earth, China is a country of fascinating extremes. Whether you want to shop, dine and party in Shanghai, explore the colossal monuments and palaces of Beijing, hike, climb and raft in the country’s awe-inspiring National Parks or discover its history and culture in the traditional towns and villages that dot this vast nation, you can with a hotel in China.
Beijing – China’s capital is a must-see during your time in the country. Explore its Forbidden City, walk across the expansive Tiananmen Square, climb the Great Wall and discover the city’s fascinating history in one of its many museums. Tasty culinary delights can be found on almost every corner, ensuring you’ll find plenty of fuel to keep you going as you explore from your hotel in Beijing.
Shanghai – A showpiece of China’s booming economy, a hotel in Shanghai offers world class shopping, monumental skyscrapers, great food and a vibrant nightlife. Stroll along the attraction-packed Bund, learn about the country’s culture in the City God Temple or head to the Yu Garden to relax, unwind and escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park – Home to one of the most unique landscapes in China, the rugged peaks and rock formations of the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park have attracted visitors for generations. Hike through the park’s lofty pillars, climb the sheer rock faces or raft down its whitewater rivers.
Xi’an – One of the oldest cities in China, book a hotel in Xi’an and you’ll find a great destination for anyone interested in the country’s history. Visit the 2,300-year old Terracotta Army, the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda, the Great Mosque of Xi’an and the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor.
China’s landmarks are famous the world over. The country’s headlining attraction is its Great Wall, parts of which date back to the 7th century BC. Easily accessed from Beijing, the wall is a must see during your stay in the country. The Chinese capital is also home to the sprawling Forbidden City, The Summer Palace, Tiananmen Square and the Temple of Heaven. Travel to Xi’an to see the spectacular Terracotta Army, Shanghai to walk along The Bund, Tibet to see the 17th century Potala Palace and Hunan Province to explore Tianmen Mountain and the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park.
Stretching from Russia and Mongolia in the north to Nepal, Vietnam and India in the south, China covers an incredibly diverse landscape. Head to Tibet to climb in the Himalayas, the national parks of the central China for rafting, hiking and fantastic photo opportunities, or visit Xi’an, Beijing and Nanjing for Chinese culture and history. If you’re looking to experience the modern side of China, the skyscrapers, restaurants, malls and clubs of Shanghai are a good place to start, or head to Hong Kong where you’ll find a fascinating city caught between two very different worlds.