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Reviewed 28 February 2012

it is actually pretty dreadful - which translates into comical. The door of the bathroom barely clears the toilet (so thankful for the western toilet) and the counter so you have to bend like a pretzel just to get in behind the door to close it. If I continue on my current path of snack food (that I brought along), me and the bathroom might soon not be a good fit.

The beds are three quarter width and as "firm" as a slab of rock. There is no box-spring, just a low wooden frame mounted with a vintage coiled mattress. I found an extra down duvet in the closet and used it as a mattress topper to help soften the impact. Hubby insisted he didn't need it (but I think he has since changed his mind) but his bed is worse -- and very musical. Whenever he rolled in a certain direction, a loose spring in the bed would vibrate like a guitar string - I think in the key of G. I actually laughed out loud in the middle of the night. It all struck me as surreal.

The bathroom door is a little thin and lacking in privacy so when hubby heads in there, I pump up the volume on my favourite Chinese soap opera that features a female Kung Fu fighter. There is no English tv (no CNN here) and that's ok, because this hotel is designed for a local Chinese clientele. The downside is that we couldn't find a soul who spoke English (but hey, we were in China afterall) and that made communicating very difficult.

That all wouldn't be so back except for the window in our room that doesn't quite shut and the traffic below that honks and hums all night long. There is a steady stream of cold from the window and when the indoor cigarette smoke coming from the vents got more than I could take, and I opened it wider for some fresh air - it turned out to be "not fresher". There is no fridge or minibar in the room so we found a little store on the other side of the complex and bought some oranges and drinks - we chilled them on the window sill.

I took a shower and washed my hair and headed down to the lobby suit store (yup) to buy a bottle of local water to use for brushing my teeth. On the way back up I waited for the elevator door to open and a guy walked out, butting his cigarette just outside the door. Needless to say I smelled like a tart from the local honky tonk by the time I got back to my room.

And to top it all off -- there is no way to chill my Pinot Grigio as the hotel doesn't have an ice machine.

The evil side of me watches in amusement as hubby attempts to navigate the authentically Chinese breakfast buffet It is not suited to western tastes however there is bread, a toaster, strawberry jam and coffee. If you fancy "dinner" at breakfast, there is a large selection - stir-fired noodles, steamed sweet potatoes and greens, gongee (rice porridge), and rice. There is also watermelon, dry cereal (but be prepared to use hot milk) and salad.

That being said, these experiences are all a part of international travel - eating new and different foods and sleeping in beds built for smaller people. In my experience, it is the challenges and uncomfortable moments that make the best stories and lasting memories - and that is my mantra of encouragement to hubby.

And so it goes.

Room Tip: Ask for a king-sized bed otherwise you will be placed in a room with 2 3-quarter sized beds. This hotel is located in the middle of a high tech district with nothing around. You will have to eat at the hotel unless you want a taxi ride. Smoking is permitted in rooms. Bring air freshener.
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 21 August 2013
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Reviewed 31 July 2013
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Reviewed 4 March 2013
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Reviewed 29 February 2012
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