We stayed here for six nights as part of a business trip, paid for by the company who has a new office in the industrial park. This is not a place for tourists; about 2 hours by car from Beijing and 45-60 minutes from Tianjin. There is nowhere to go nearby. The hotel is not yet finished; the sign in the elevator says there is a cake store and flower shop but they haven't been built yet.
The rooms were attractively decorated. They had a large comfortable bed with plenty of pillows and a bottom sheet with a covered quilt. There was a desk with office chair and light and wired internet connection, easy chair with a side table and floor lamp, reading lamps over the bed, table with flat screen TV, refrigerator, and cabinet with three shelves. The closet had a safe which we did not use; our friends said their safe did not work. The bathroom was small but had plenty of amenities. There were some loose tiles in the bathroom and the carpet was a little dirty but not too bad.
Good: comfortable beds, rooms cleaned daily, nice amenities, quiet, large attractive lobby, internet usually reliable (except one overnight problem).
Bad: breakfast buffet - not refilled, not much for western visitors (orange juice only one day, coffee not fresh, toaster only toasted one side of bread). Power - needed key to keep electricity on in room so couldn't keep anything cold in refrigerator while away. Communication - very few staff spoke English. No wifi. Non-smoking (the elevator called it non-smocking) floor still smelled of smoke. No dresser in room, just cabinet with three shelves and closet with top shelf. Some light bulbs were burned out.
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