I am 27 male. American. I want a place to stay that is clean, affordable, safe and has good internet. I was here to get a visa for my Chinese fiance. Glad to say we got it! 15 RMB ride to American Consulate. Less busy than Motel 168. This is a good place to stay when you don't know how long you're going to be in the city. I've done some hosteling and backpacking and this is the kind of hotel I want. A step up in quality and price from a hostel. Clean rooms everyday, typical Asian hard bed but not brutal, 4 pillows all nice and fluffy. 2 bottles of water for free everyday. High room availablity.
Dedicated DSL modem in each room. Posh utilitarian lobby with decent music every day. Kick a$$ Chinese breakfast (and I don't even like Chinese breakfast that much). 2 RMB gets you a decent tiny cup of coffee. Only complaint was some construction that I know was completely out of the hotels hands. It stopped arond 8 every night though.
Highly recommend this place as the highest value in Guangzhou for the money. All types of people were staying here. Young couples like us and other foreign and Chinese business people. All walks of life.
Look for Aunty (Aiyi) Chen. She is the nicest, warmest, Chinese service person I have met in all my travels of 3 years in China. They better be paying her a small fortune. The way she attends to breakfast in the morning is a joy. She is uncomon in that she doesn't act subservient, but rather, just sweet and engaging and has a servant's heart of love. I can't say enough about this woman. She made our stay here a complete joy.
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