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N32°02'32.1 E118°49'05.2" (WGS-84) This skyscraper 5-star hotel, with helicopter landing on the roof, on the East Zhongshan Road is next to the Nanjing Museum and near the Purple-Gold Mountain with the Dr. Sun Yatsen tomb. From the red metro line 2, exit 1 of Ming...More
This lovely modern hotel was absolutely incredible. I arrived early, and had a chance to upgrade to the Executive Suite for a small fee. The room was amazing, with desk, chairs, great view, and an actual maid! Loved it.
location - good - not in the centre - so u avoid morning traffic when leaving.
rooms - spacious - well lit - comfortable
wifi speed - very good
breakfast - top notch
highly recommended - excellent value for moneh
This hotel has a grand foyer, a good Western selection at breakfast, and nice staff. There are a few Chinese restaurants situated around it, and a 24hr small convenience store. The subway station is SUPER close (a 5min walk) & 3 stops away you are...More
We have now stayed in this hotel 3 times and each time we visit (in October) they have the air-con turned off despite many warm days/nights and our frequent complaints. As our room average around 25 degrees we requested (a number of times) for the...More
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When I recce'd the hotel for our company I saw several variations of rooms, all had windows looking outside. If this is a priority I suggest specially requesting this when you book, and when you check in remind them of this... More
When I recce'd the hotel for our company I saw several variations of rooms, all had windows looking outside. If this is a priority I suggest specially requesting this when you book, and when you check in remind them of this too. We are a company of 60 & no-one complained of wall views so I have a feeling the majority of the rooms have views. FYI: There's a tiny Japanese restaurant downstairs that does really nice, clean food. For those nights you don't want room-service!