I came here for a family vacation over Chinese New Year. We'd never book a place this nice (read: unnecessarily cushy) in the US, but this one was booked for us. I stayed in a south-facing room with a king-sized bed (907), and my parents are in 901, which is a suite.
Perfectly good for sleeping and showering, though the bed is oddly hard and your room will smell lightly of smoke after a bit. The wifi is good enough for me to listen to Nokia MixRadio on my phone, but keeps dropping my gmail connection. Things are pretty clean. The hotel conditioner is impossible to use, as it refuses to pour from the bottle despite much arm-swinging coaxing.
The hotel breakfast is ordinary Chinese-cosmopolitan: if you want a glass of water, you'll have to ask for it. The coffee is surprisingly decent, though it's faster to get it yourself than harrying a staff member; consider eating the soft plain bean curd as yogurt (add slivered nuts from the cereal bar, e.g.), as the actual yogurt is oversweetened. I wish they'd turn up the chafing dishes -- many things are lukewarm.
We were trying to watch the annual New Year's banquet in the suite (all eight of us, spread over three generations), and while there's enough seating, the entertainment center's doors don't tuck all the way into the cabinet and partially blocked some seats' views.
Fitness room (4th floor) is a punching bag, stair climber, stationary bike, and two treadmills. No elliptical. Full supply of dumbbells up to 50lb and some weight machines, but no resistance bands, steps, yoga balls, bosu balls, etc. The floor is hard, unlike most gym floors, which are rubberized. My mother was unimpressed by the pool.
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