Chicago Suites International
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChicago Suites International Shenzhen
An apartment, with 2 bedrooms and a lounge. Very roomy and clean. Large bathroom, but no kitchen. Only facility to boil a jug. Good free internet/Wi Fi. We had an extra trundle bed in the lounge room for a 5th person. 688 Yuan for the unit per night.
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