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First impression was a little strange as the reception is on the 15th floor. The check-in was extremely efficient and friendly. The rooms were exactly as requested, huge by Asian hotel standards. As an added bonus, the rooms all have washer/dryer combo inside, together with the daily supply of washing ...
Location, the location is the best. Close to the subway station and the bus stop. The layout of the hotel is very good too. If they can improve the customer service, they can earn a four stars rating.
Stayed for 1 night, gd location but aircon is not working well so gets a bit stuffy especially in the loft. TV not working at all.
The hotel is literally just above the MTR station "shi pai qiao", and also the mall "wan ning hui". Really nice and spacious room, well decorated to give a home feeling. Warm lighting as well. Staff are very friendly, able to help a lot at check-in and during the stay. The concierge staff also helped ...
It a nice place because it has a subway, Starbucks, and pubs nearby.
It's my second stay here after several years. To my pleasure and surprise I got a free upgrade to a 2 bedroom suite which is quite large and roomy. The facilities are good with a small kitchen which is typical for a service apartment and the room specific wifi router is really a plus! Hotel location ...
Apartment hotels in Guangzhou are very suited to the fast-paced finance and international business element of the city. There are three- and four-star apartment hotels, serviced residences and apartments all across the city in Baiyun, the Central Business District in Tianhe and on the Pearl River island of Hiazhu.
Guangzhou’s self-catering apartments are ideal if you’re a business traveller on an extended stay. They’re close to the business centres and you can expect many of the apart-hotels to have restaurants, room service and business services on site, freeing you up to experience more of Guangzhou.
The sleek skyscrapers of Tianhe, Guangzhou's Central Business District, is one of the most recognised skylines in southern China. After a day of business meetings and conferences, spend the evening at a traditional Chinese opera in the avant-garde Guangzhou Opera House, designed by award-winning architect Zaha Hadid. Tianhe is also home to some of Guangzhou's best fine-dining restaurants.
If you're staying in an apartment-hotel in Guangzhou for leisure, use Expedia to search for the perfect place to stay in the colourful Yuexiu district, sandwiched between the modern, mirrored towers of Tianhe and the traditional Old Canton streets of Liwan.
Yuexiu is Guangzhou's culture hot spot. Visit the impressive Five Ram Statue in Yuexiu Park, the ornate Buddhist Temple of the Six Banyan Trees, and the fascinating ancient artefacts in the Guangzhou Museum in the Zhanhai Tower.
And make sure you see one of China's finest museums, the Mausoleum of Nanyue King, home of the 2000-year-old tomb of Zhao Mo, the second king of Nanyue.
Make use of the kitchen in your Guangzhou apart-hotel and go shopping in the bustling stalls on Yide Road and in Baima’s wholesale markets. As the home of Cantonese food, Guangzhou is the best place to try its famous dim sum or explore the many street food restaurants in the Yuexiu and Liwan districts
Whether you're staying in Guangzhou for business or for pleasure, use Expedia to find the best apartment hotel for your budget.