Was there for over nine days, and had every need met. Professional staff, great service. Prompt laundry service, and room was always taken care of in timely manner. Very close to attractions, and market across the street.
I was booked into this hotel as part of a tour I was on. We arrived very early and very tired after an overnight train journey. We were put in a conference room while we waited for our rooms to be 'cleaned'. My room was 4301, there was no lift so I had to lug my case up several flghts of stairs. The hotel is set around a central courtyard which is quite pleasant but the room and breakfast took away any pleasure this gave. There was mould around the bath, the TV did not work and the carpet could be described as no less than filthy. In the morning I walked downstairs to find the breakfast room (in another wing) and noticed the floorwas soaking wet at the bottom of the stairs with no hazard signs to warn me to take care. Breakfast was cold, we were told if we wanted anything hot to get there as soon as it was served. We asked reception to call us a taxi to take us to see local sites which seemed a diffcult task for them and eventually the receptionist walked us to the nearest bus-stop.…
Absolutely run-down and disgusting. Cockroaches everywhere. I came home one night to find several on my bed. The carpet looks like it hasn't been vacuumed in years (possibly ever). Staff were incredibly lazy and rude. The 'breakfast' was the worst food I had in China. Yes it is cheap, but you can find somewhere nicer to stay for not much more. Not worth it at all!
Looks impressive from the outside with its temple facade, but more like a prison block on the inside, although we did sit in an impressive conference room whilst we waited for our rooms to be prepared. At breakfast, our group of Westerners got shunted into a room away from everyone else, before we collected our metal trays to collect our spicy cabbage! The public toilets were disgusting. Room was okay, but no hot water. No chance of a lie in as bands and fire crackers greeted families getting married on the grounds.