As with hotels in China, the staff speak mainly Putonghua. Some of the managerial staff speak a little English, enough to be helpful.
The rooms were a bit dated. We had a problem with noise from the street and karaoke next door. This abated by 10 pm. An attempt to find an alternate room was unsuccessful. However the staff were excellent in their effort to show us several rooms which we found unsuitable because of residue smoke smell.
Interestingly, one of the pillows was filled with what felt like grain of some sort.
There was a flat screen TV with mainly Chinese channels. There was a safe, tea and coffee making facilities..
There was a bathtub cum shower. Bath Gel and Shampoo was supplied through wall mounted dispensers. There was a supply of toothbrush, toothpaste, comb and razor.
Complimentary throughout the hotel including the rooms.
At the hotel was pretty good. Unfortunately we ordered too many spicy food. A word of advice to non Locals, ask the cook to use less salt and oil. In general we found the dinner of local cuisine of good quality and value.
A very large selection of Chinese food. Various noodles, meats, vegetables, porridge. A cooked egg station, selection of pastry, bacon, and bread.
The hotel has seen better days. It is still very livable, clean and the staff in general were very helpful. The breakfast spread was excellent.
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