We were braced for the worst visiting Zhuzhou but were pleasantly surprised by the large, well-appointed and mostly clean rooms.
We were the only "lao wei" (foreigners) staying in the hotel. Usually, that's not a great sign for a Chinese hotel. But unlike other business hotels, this place DOESN'T stink of cigarettes.
We stayed in a "deluxe room," the second tier of pricing. It had two large single beds. The bathrooms are a bit dated but clean enough.
The Chinese restaurant on the second floor was extremely clean, with a great menu (and photos and English descriptions of the dishes). The waitresses were extremely attentive and helpful and the food was first-rate.
We had a great dinner for 275 yuan, with more food than the four of us could eat. Don't confuse this place with the gross-looking Western buffet on the same floor.
The ethernet-based Internet in the rooms worked fine. The TVs are older cathode-ray models... More