My family stayed at this place for ~3 weeks, with 6 days break in between. (Concierge desk was very kind to let us leave some stuffs at their storage while we were away.)
Hotel staffs are always very cheerful and helpful, even at 1am or 5am in the morning. (jet lag :) ) Inside the hotel, there are two restaurants: one Chinese (Cantonese) style and one western style (steak, pasta, cheesecake, etc).
The free breakfast buffet has everything for everyone, even the kids look forward to it each morning. A few mornings, we went out for fried noodle sticks and soy milk. It's so nice to have so many choice around us.
A few afternoons, we came back for the afternoon tea. Since, our hotel is adjacent to several big department stores, underground shopping center and other attractions, the short break was really refreshing.
The house's special Peking Duck dish is to die for, you should definitely reserve one for dinner. We only sampled a few other dishes from banquet menu, and they are all excellent. Make sure to check with the staffs for the daily specials, since they change daily and sometimes they might not even have any.
Hotel's business center is well stocked. It might comes handy.
Our room is huge compare to some other places that we have stayed before. All of the lights, AC, TV, network, etc are computer activated/controlled. I thought that was pretty "green". Bathroom has all of the toiletry kit. We have both tube and shower. In the shower, there was even massage shower heads. Kids had tones of fun with that. :)
The only complaint that we might have is the cable TV reception. Some channels are not clear sometimes.
The network speed in the room was very swift.
Hotel is about 5min walk from Metro (subway). There are over a dozen of buses stopped right in front of the hotel. It's about 5min taxi ride (or 5min walk and 2min subway ride) from the main train station.
We were able to get around most of the time using Metro and buses. Make sure you buy a metro pass, it's accepted at tones of places. You can recharge the pass at most of the the convenience stores. However, with the abundant of taxicabs, that's a good alternative. Most of the cab drivers don't speak English; however, you can probably ask the hotel staffs to writeup an direction for you.
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