Guangzhou Hotel

Address: A3 Xidan Heng Er Tiao, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100031, China | 4 star hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGuangzhou Hotel Beijing

Reviewed by jokertrekker

The Guangzhou.

Reviewed Feb 13, 2012
by (8 reviews) Clayton Sth , Australia Flag of Australia

For a large city hotel this was a nice and comfortable place to stay. We enjoyed our time here as it is in a good location to shops and transport. we indulged in the tea shop downstairs, Had a go at the internet, which was as we found anywhere in China not as fast as at home but still quick enough to do financial transactions. Breakfasts were fantastic, the other meals we ate out nearby for. The rooms were comfortable and quiet and we had no trouble getting a good nights rest. Only a few staff spoke English confidently, but there was always someone on hand that could do so. The staff were very pleasant and helpful.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Guangzhou Hotel Beijing

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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