For what you pay at around 122 RMB per night this represents decent accommodation for a single traveller;
Good bathroom and shower, nice hot water, good towels
Good table for computer
Small water dispenser with hot and cold and tea making facilities
Plasma screen wall TV but only local channels
Piped in heating radiator AND air conditioning
Chinese Breakfast available at 15RMB extra
Usual chaotic scenes at checkin with staff trying to deal with 2/3 customers at a time instead of doing it one by one. Everybody fielding questions at the same time but No big deal in China.
I was near the lift/elevator and the kids in the other room made a racket and you could hear just about everything in the corridor but that's not unusual in China. It got quiet later on but for a couple of obviously inebriated young lads being loud at the end of the night. I'm used to it so wasn't too bothered.
Dispite the radiator pumping out heat and using the AC my legs were cold and the temprature never got to an comfortable even level. It was -6+ outside though. They need double glazing to avoid draughts.
The bed was big and hard just as the Chinese like it. If you don't like it well..................
There was no wardrobe just some hangars above the mirror and only one chair at the corner table
I thought the hotel was a little far out but as I did an enormous amount of walking while in Qufu it didn't seem so far at the end of the day.
There were a few very uninspiring restuarants round the corner for dinner which I did not try.
All in all this would be a good choice for a single/couple for a day or two. It represented very good value for money. It was clean and fairly comfortable and after a good days walking you tend not to worry about any noise anyway
I booked it through ChinaTravelGuide, so thank you Alice