Please note that the hotel has been rebranded as "Chateau de Chine", and it has been fully renovated. Although there are some nice renovations, overall I would say that this hotel is at best a 4 star.
The location is a little bit out of the way. There is a subway stop within a few minutes walk, but the neighborhood seemes a little sleepy. Apparently this is one of the older districts of the city.
Rooms, like everything else in the hotel have been renovated, but you cannot change the building, which has standard ceiling heights and smallish windows. There is not much in terms of views from the hotel. Room size and bed comfort are ok. Bathroom amenities are kind of cheap. They only provided 1 set of very thin (not plush) towels. Closet was kind of small. And there is limited room service (no room service overnight).
The breakfast was alright or average. There are also a number of restaurants in the hotel, but did not try any of those. The gym is very small with just a couple of treadmills and machines. No pool, spa, locker room, or other activity rooms.
One thing that irritated me was that when I stayed there was a large tour group from China, which ruined the peaceful atmosphere in the morning, and the tour buses blocked the area so that it was not easy to get a taxi in the morning. However, at least it did not appear that those package tourists had damaged or defiled the hotel.
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