The bed was soft for a chinese hotel, which was a plus, it was more like sleeping on a bedspring than a rock. The shower area isn't really clean, and there was a bit of mould in the corners where the sealant was no longer attached, except in the specialty rooms, where everything was immaculate. Stay in the korean or japanese room. the chairs may be 6 inches off of the ground, and not overly comfortable, but, the rooms are far cleaner.
The hotel was beautiful, but didn't have enough employees to completely run the hotel properly. There was only one person who spoke english at the front counter, and he was also the only one who knew how to accept a foreign credit card.
The carpeting in the restaurant is infested with mosquitoes. the food is all uncovered, and doesn't look particularly appetizing. My chinese business partner was very concerned with cleanliness, and suggested that even though we survived the meal there without food poisoning, she wasn't sure that we would again. The english translations of what you're eating are all wrong. If you do decide to go to the restaurant, wear mosquito repellent, and get your beer by the bottles in the refridgerator, the kegs are actually full of local baijiu.
the pool is open from 8 am to 8 pm. i have no idea what it's like, we were working during those hours.More