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Spent 3 nights there while attending a conference at the nearby convention center. The rooms were very large and comfortable, equipped with multiple outlets and with several spacious storing solutions. The staff downstairs were kind and most knew enough English to be helpful, remember to...More
Very luxurious hotel and within 5 minutes walk of the Olympic Village. The rooms are very spacious with one living room area and large bedroom area. One thing I did find was that there was a lot os static (maybe the time of the year...More
Stayed in the Celebrity for 1 night on a business trip.
Arrived rather late but the lobby was all but abandoned, so the welcome was non existent.
Our contact had checked us in sooner so we had to lug our bags to the room.
Very impressed with the celebrity grand hotel- very clean, great views and I got a free upgrade to a larger room on floor 20 which had amazing views of the Olympic Park.
Only a few staff speak English and then it can be broken, but...More
Staffs' attitude need to be improved. Some staffs are not helpful, both front desk and those in the restaurant. Standard room size big enough for me and cleanliness ok! Towels without smell, tooth brushes, combs and slippers available. Bed size good but both pillow and...More
China uses 220 volts electricity system. If I remember correctly, the outlet is three square pins type, same as the ones in UK. You should bring a universal adapter for your chargers, so that it can adapt to outlets from any... More
China uses 220 volts electricity system. If I remember correctly, the outlet is three square pins type, same as the ones in UK. You should bring a universal adapter for your chargers, so that it can adapt to outlets from any country. Nowadays, most portable chargers automatically switch to either 110 or 220 volts system. However, you should check the specifications on your charger to make sure that it works for both voltages.
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"It's a non-smoking hotel, but this policy is not well enforced. Insist on a non-smoking room from the..."