Holiday Inn Express Shenzhen Luohu
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The hotel is quite some distance from the airport but the check in process was smooth and quick. The room is a good size equipped w/tv, comfy bed, western shower, safe, etc. There are only a few English speaking channels but the complimentary wifi works great! Near lots of restaurants.
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