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My husband and I stayed here Nov. 2014 for an adoption trip. I don't have ridiculously high expectations; in fact, I'm a pretty low-maintenance traveler. My only real requisite is cleanliness, which was lacking, at least in the room we stayed in. The price we...More
The only thing a little bit bothersome is the long walkway entrance from the main street to the hotel. Its seems always under construction as I stayed the hotel for a few times. My friends drove over to pick me up so it is okay....More
If you want street food, shopping or nightlife, this is not the place to stay. It doesn't have much of anything around it and the only thing going for it was the reasonable room rate and the convenience of a subway station at its doorstep...More
My husband and I along with our 6 year old recently stayed at the Poly Hotel while on an adoption trip. We have heard very mixed reviews about this hotel and were hearing more negative than positive so we were a little nervous about our...More
I stayed for 2 nights and I found it OK. Not expensive and room was pretty good. It's just 100 yards from a subwat station and thus I found it convenient. Internet was good. The swimming pool was for kids. Think this is a reasonably...More
$42 - $263 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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To my knowledge, the Poly does not have a shuttle service from the Wuhan airport. Due to a previous mayor's favoritism, the airport is way way way out of town. You can get a taxi all the way to your destination or take a cab... More
To my knowledge, the Poly does not have a shuttle service from the Wuhan airport. Due to a previous mayor's favoritism, the airport is way way way out of town. You can get a taxi all the way to your destination or take a cab to the end of the subway line which is not all that close either; the subway is quite modern. I am not sure what the other public transportation alternatives are. The taxi ride is long but not prohibitively expensive. If you ask the hotel to set up a car service for you, it will cost you dearly.
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