Guizhou Guotai Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGuizhou Guotai Hotel Guiyang
Despite the hotel being almost empty we were only able to secure a discount of 59 yuan off the normal price of 259 per night. This did include a buffet breakfast, however because the hotel was so quiet they didnt have the buffet on so instead we were given a menu in Chinese. Eventually managed to figure out what we could order but we'd been really looking forward to being able to see and chose our own food for a change so disappointed and feel they should have told us the night before when we checked in.
Room was OK, bathroom could do with redecoration as quite mouldy and grubby - have had better bathrooms in much cheaper hotels. Feel we didnt really get much more for the extra 100 yuan we'd spent over the price we would normally spend.
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... the top of our building. It went on for half hour and we can only assume the niose came from the top of our building. Luckily we got back to sleep. Anyway waking up meant we had survived the night so we booked for our last night in Guiyang.
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Emm and Gabs ...
... western toilet.
After we left they changed the place to a dormitory for pos-graduate girl students, replacing all of the baths and toilets with squat toilets and a shower.
In our bedroom three girls share two double bunks and a table and cook and eat and sleep and study in this tiny space. And there is no heating in this concrete box.
Australian students have it so hard!
Soon we leave China. Again!
... Zhang YiFei for a day. She was our second translator during our time here and she continues to teach English at the University.
We will also catch up with FuQihong who was our first contact here and who now is in charge of the foreign affairs section!
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The small river than ran through the college and provided a ...