I stayed for 2 weeks. I actually stayed in 3 different rooms, so have a sense of the overall quality. In general, all the rooms were fairly quiet, except that the housekeeping staff spoke really loudly to each other, which always annoyed me. Rooms are standard: bottled water, towels, and tea. Television had a few foreign channels like HBO and Japanese stations, but the picture quality not too good. Air conditioning varied. In one room it worked great, in another it could not get the temperature lower than 28 degrees Celsius.
Staff was generally helpful, and housekeeping was friendly, but the cafeteria staff was a little crude and demanding, as if they always wanted you to leave. Speaking of the cafeteria, the breakfast is not worth it. I tend not to like Chinese breakfasts like congee and rice rolls, but it is probably better than the Western items. They do have eggs and a toaster, but the French toast was basically youtiao with a different bread, and the bacon was unidentifiable. I bought a French press at IKEA and made my own coffee.
The food in the neighborhood is not bad, with many Sichuan, Hunan, and Pulled Noodle places. Both Carrefour and Walmart are not too far. Otherwise, there is not much to see or do in the area.
The gym worked for me. All I want is carpeting, space, and air conditioning and it had all three. Otherwise, they had a couple treadmills and a bicycle and weights. Watch out for mosquitoes though.
Overall, this was a decent value.
Traveller from san francisco, ca