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Lived in Hotel for work from May 2 to July 1, 2017. Lived in 3 different rooms.
Hotel staff 5/5 although few knew English.
Food 4.5/5 with 3 restaurants, room service and a bar there's lots to choose from.
Rooms 4/5 everything great except mould...More
This hotel is built beside the lake that is one of the famous historic site in the city. They built a walkway around the lake and it is really relaxing for a morning or evening walk. I saw people swimming and fishing in the lake....More
When my reservation in another hotel fell through because they only accepted mainland Chinese, I was very rudely talked to by the two receptionists at the hotel I was referred to, my iPhone battery was slowly dying on me while I was looking for another...More
I lodged at this hotel together with my coworkers in June this year as a host of an annual conference. The hotel is surrounded with a man-made lake and scenery is pretty good I have to say. I felt pretty refreshed when i open the...More
This is my third time to visit this hotel with my clients since there weren't many five-star rating hotels in Kaifeng.
However, we may really need to start looking for different options next time, since we realized that the rooms are getting old. One of...More
$78 - $108 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from 65Graham65 | Reviewed this property |
You should contact the hotel for an accurate price because I believe the rates vary through the year. However this is not a cheap hotel, infact by chinese standards its quite expensive. I think we paid around AUD... More
You should contact the hotel for an accurate price because I believe the rates vary through the year. However this is not a cheap hotel, infact by chinese standards its quite expensive. I think we paid around AUD 130/night. thats about 2 to 2.5 times what we usually pay in china, where we usually try to book at one of the JinJiang Inn hotel chain hotels which we have found to be excellent no-frills convenient hotels.