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Reviewed November 11, 2017

If it was not right on China's Times Square, it would be a 3rd rate hotel at best (Chinese 2 star). Old, run down, dirty Chinese upper class hotel from the days of Mao. Old communist luxury is still OLD. Suite bedding was very nice, sheets fresh and clean.

This would be a great place for an antique buyer to buy an entire lot of Chinese mid-60s luxury furniture with cracked finishes and age scars. Inventory would be endless!

Breakfast is abysmal. Despite all photos indicating a pool, there is no pool!

Room Tip: Higher odd room numbers (15+) have a better view of Times Square though (though a bit noisier, even number rooms quieter).
  • Stayed: November 2017, traveled on business
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Thank Rod N
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Reviewed June 20, 2017 via mobile

The hotel is located fairly in the centre, it takes around 30 minutes to arrive from the airport subject to any traffics. The staffs were fairly helpful but they could only speak a limited English. So communication could be a problem. The room was average standard. However the bath tube was just a bit like a kid size one. It literally would only only fit a small kid. They provided all the basic necessities. Since the hotel is located at business centres, there were various restaurant nearby. However the food is not so 'local'. There are many taxi just outside the hotel was it was easy to travel around.

Stayed: December 2016, traveled as a couple
Thank Dingdong_nobita
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Reviewed November 3, 2016 via mobile

Right in the centre near liberation square. But luckily also quiet (we had a room on the quiet side of the hotel)

Rooms are comfortable and clean although a little old in design. The bed is nice and soft (we had a room with a big bed)

Well worth the money and I would stay here again in the future.

Stayed: November 2016, traveled as a couple
Thank YoengSin
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Reviewed September 4, 2016 via mobile


This is China!

Rooms: old but charming
Mirrors should be changed
Had a fantastic view overlooking the square, statue and apple glass staircase
Lighting for entire hotel premises could be improved, as many areas dark and dusky (including elevator)

Service: appropriate

Location: excellent

The statue was once the highest structure in Chongqing until 1997, now dwarfed by skyscrapers.

Breakfast: appropriate

This is China!

Stayed: August 2016, traveled on business
Thank Kay L
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Reviewed August 5, 2016

I stayed in this hotel for two weeks in July, and that was my forth time staying there. The hotel is very conveniently located in the very downtown core of Chongqing within a walking distance to absolutely everything you may possibly need and imagine, which makes it perfect for business travellers as well as for vacationers. Great view from the rooms too because of the location. The rooms are quiet and clean and the staff are very polite and efficient. Although not a lot of them speak English, communication was never an issue as they would always call or find someone who was able to communicate on a basic level, but that was enough. The restaurant was very good for breakfasts. There was always enough food to choose from. There was always someone available to help you with the cutlery, to refill the coffee/tea, etc. The hotel lobby, hallways, elevators are all well air-conditioned, which is vital as the hot outside is almost unbearable. AC in the rooms though is a hit-and-miss, but is generally OK. It would be great if they had some kind of a gym, which would be a great bonus, but most importantly, the management should really crack down on smoking in the elevators, because not only is it unpleasant, unhealthy and disrespectful to other guests, but it is also a fire hazard. There are No Smoking signs in the hotel, but the staff just ignore the violators. Other than that, the hotel is quite decent, and I would definitely recommend it.

  • Stayed: July 2016, traveled on business
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Thank MiroToronto
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