Stayed here for 2 days. When we arrived late we were welcomed by a staff at the entrance and then four of us were checked in immediately. The lobby is very grand and makes you feel like you have just entered a palace. We got in after 10 pm so the only option for us to get some dinner was the ground floor restaurant where they also serve breakfast. Service was unattentive, food just about edible and the wine list not worth the paper it was printed on as everything was out of stock! I stayed on the 28th floor and my room was very spacious and I liked the interior design. The also offer an espresso machine but you have to pay 20 rmb for each capsule. I liked the bathroom which had a really good shower and a big bathtub. Also loved the toilet which was ine of those you get in Japan with all these sepcial functions like a dryer! The Sichuan restaurant was very good and I like its ambiance. You can eat there but also order food from the Cantonese restaurant on the 5th floor. Breakfast offered a big selection across western, Chinese and Japanese dishes. The hotel is close to a train station but in the immediate vicinity there is not much except office buildings.