I want to describe this place as having Ying and Yang. I'm going to start with the negatives but there are positives.
Firstly, location. It is a good 15 minute ride from the centre of town, and calling taxis here will put an extra 20RMB on the meter as they'll do the journey out with the meter on. There is nothing of note within walking distance. It's on completely the opposite side of town from the bus station and the airport, and not exactly close to the railway station. In brief, it is not convenient for a tourist.
The hotel itself is clearly relatively new, and rooms are very clean and well furnished. The bed was comfortable and the breakfast, what I got to try of it, was good. You may not like the fact that the bathroom is not a room, it's like a galley but does have cubicles for the shower and toilet. There does appear to be wifi but it didn't work on my laptop (having two identical SSIDs for different networks), and the wired internet was severely intermittent. I had to do some work and it took me at least twice as long to do as it should have done. Staff were reasonably helpful but did nothing special.
This is clearly more functional as a conference hotel and not for the average tourist. I should have looked at somewhere nearer the bus station or airport, given that I had no interest in the town itself and chose this as a night stop before going into the countryside, and every journey I have or could have done has involved covering the same stretch of road. I won't be returning.
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