Holiday Inn Nanjing Aqua City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Nanjing Aqua City
We stayed for 2 nights in an Executive Room ,which gave us access to the Executive Lounge where Happy Hour (5.30-7.30pm) offers free drinks, and food and we were delighted with the choices on offer - a selection of snacks - smoked salmon, mini prawn cocktails, sandwiches, salads, toppings on various breads, plus 5 or 6 hot dishes, with a large variety of desserts, cheese & crackers and fresh fruit. We couldn't fault the selections which were different each night. Breakfast is also included in the Executive rate & while the selection is not as great as the main restaurant breakfast buffet, we found plenty to choose from - a variety of fresh fruit, juices, cerals and cooked dishes (Chinese & Western) plus breads & pastries.
The staff were were terrific, recognising us and our wine preference and the personalised service was excellent.
We found the Executive rate a super deal as it also gives you 4 free cans of drink per day, and 2 free laundry items and a free shoe shine per day
As a Priority Club Member, we got a friendly, quick check in/check out, but staff were so organised, pleasant & efficient, I suspect non -loyalty program guests would also receive excellent service.
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