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Good location very close to subway.. but very poor room Maintenance. Room's are not so clean, already changed the room's several times. Bathroom is too small not very convenient to use. Price is okay.i would recommend to stay here short time 1day Max 2days.
I am Chinese-American and from day one, nobody in the hotel could speak any English with me. When I spoke in Chinese they pretended they didn't understand me. Our free wifi and breakfast were not given to us until my friend's husband yelled at them...More
This is a very basic 2 star for me. i have travelled through china and have come to realize that i don't believe in star ratings , unless its a chain hotel owned , by main hotel lines. this hotel promises to have wifi, but...More
i am travelling to china since 96 so i shud hv known what u got in shai for 400 rmb........anyway i convinced myself that this time it could be different & better since recent upper standards in china and the short distance of the hotel...More
$55 - $65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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