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Beautiful hotel, nice staff with a good level of English and lovely gardens. The room was nice and clean, with information on the hotel and services in English and good wifi. Very happy with our stay here :)
I stayed at this marvellous hotel in september 2013 for a weekend. This is a perfect place for a quiet stay. The hotel consists of several buildings, but it was very peaceful and quiet on the premises. The hotel is located on a land that...More
Beautiful hotel and grounds. Our room was filled with art and greenery. Although we don't speak Chinese and the staff don't have much English, they were still gracious and helpful. We stayed 2 nights and would certainly come back ere.
Just steps away from the...More
Hotel is very nice with garden courtyards. Rooms on the 2nd floor and above are larger than the first floor. The rooms are spacious and have tv kettle tea and free WiFi. Our room had a bath and shower. Nice big double bed and not...More
First of all, let me make it clear - if it's not for the size of our room and noisy neighbours, I would rate it 5 star. The location, setting, the service, and more importantly the history behind make it a real gem.
It is the southeast section of Suzhou's old town. There is a main shopping street just outside the entrance of the hotel with lots of restaurants (bars too). Don't know the name of the restaurant but it said "Hot Pot" on the... More
It is the southeast section of Suzhou's old town. There is a main shopping street just outside the entrance of the hotel with lots of restaurants (bars too). Don't know the name of the restaurant but it said "Hot Pot" on the window and it was the best Hot Pot meal I've ever had! I think the intersecting streets are Dai Cheng Qiao Rd which turns into Fenghuang St. Hope that helps.