Baolilai International Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Photos of Baolilai International Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Baolilai International Hotel Shenzhen
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... Anyhow, other than physical comfort, I didn't have any desire to buy anything after flipping through 200pgs of in-flight shopping catalog. Now sitting at HK airport cafe waiting to transit to Vancouver. Hmmm... I finally had a good look at my face this morning. Must get a blemish cover for my face else must do post-edit. ...
The 15 hour flight proved not as challenging as anticipated. I slept for at least half of it-then watched many episodes of a British murder mystery drama called, "Broadchurch," very much like a British version of "the Killing" (how meta). Then when that got too heavy I watched a few episodes of the "Mindy Project." This combination definitely whiled ...
... There we went through Mainland China customs and walked over the river (no photos allowed) to the Hong Kong (China) customs. It was all rather pleasant and painless, as these things go. To say we had done something in China, we had learned that 2 subway stops in Hong Kong, at the Fanling station, was the great ancestral temple Fung Ying Seen Koon. It was well worth our time, though the Hong Kong Metro costs are more in line with Vancouver, Canada, than most ...
... push your way back down the line with about a hundred "excuse me, sorry".
Finally we get to the front of the queue and are ushered to the ticket counter, with our freshly printed tickets flapping in our hands from the wind blowing through the opening where the cars enter and leave. Not sure if the wind was there, but it is something we did not notice before. We line up for our turn to brave the trip up the mountain. Stepping into the car, no ...
The last few weeks have been somewhat more routine.
One day we met a friend of a friend for an afternoon tea in Kowloon. Another day Arik met up with a Vancouver law connection in Central. We also connected with a few people at the church we've been attending in Tung Chung. A few evenings we've spent with friends from Ivey.
Joseph Tai is a gentleman of the first class. He's been an amazing host ...