Stayed here for a couple of nights while we visited the Shaolin temple complex and Song mountain area.
Stayed with partner and a friend - we both had suites consisting of a sitting room, bedroom and bathroom. All rooms spacious and clean. Bed was king sized, but a little hard (as is usual in China). Air con barely functional (again this seems the usual thing there), but the windows opened, so we had plenty of cool breeze through the room. Internet by ethernet cable. Bathroom contained bath and separate shower, nice towels changed daily. Decor a little dated perhaps, but all was clean and very spacious. TVs in both rooms too.
Staff was friendly, but spoke very little English - they always tried to help as much as they could though ... they left us two moon cakes on the Festival night :) and bottled water provided.
The hotel contains an expansive sporting complex with full 25 m lap pool, much appreciated by my friend. Change rooms were well appointed (almost luxurious!); staff again spoke little english, but keen to help. Also had tennis, snooker, gym, gymnastics room and more - lots sport there! Also had beauty parlour etc.
Breakfast was included and catered mainly to Chinese tastes - huge choice of cold and hot dishes. For westerners there was fried eggs, drinking youghurt, coffee, sausages, fruit and chinese style breads and "pastries". Combined with some of the chinese dishes (like dumplings) this worked quite well for us.
We dined in a couple of times and the food (Chinese) was excellent each time and well priced, we also had a lovely chinese red wine too, altho this was expensive (also seems to be the norm for some reason) . They had Cantonese and Szechuan foods, and had several rooms available for private banquets.
Overall I enjoyed our stay there, especially the evening meals. The main problem is the location - altho it is near the university, it is quite a long way out of town (and so it was quiet at night ), and the lack of english speaking staff, which may be important if you need help organising tours etc (we had a chinese friend helping us).
Would recommend for university related visits, or if you have a translator to help arrange your sightseeing.
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