Holiday Inn North Chongqing
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Travel Blogs from Chongqing
Over our umpteenth bowls of noodles we had an epiphany: What if the whole world were made of noodles? The infallible internet confirmed we were not far off: the world is not actually made of noodles, but by noodles. By the flying spaghetti monster, to be more precise. It made perfect sense - so many aspects of our trip were suddenly falling into …
March 23, 2008
Today I began my tour to China's Yangtze River. This morning I took a plane from Guilin to the city of Chongqing. My tour guide Violet was waiting for me when I arrived at the airport. She took me to my own personal car with driver. I was then taken to my hotel to check in. I am staying at the Chongqing Holiday Inn, a …
Racolon732 stayed here on Mar 12, 2010 during their trip titled: Rod's China Adventure.
Hey everyone, Sorry no update for so long but we try to spend as little time as possible at the office, and that's our internet access. Things here are OK, we're both truckin along, very set in the work routine, which doesn't leave too much time to think about whether we're having fun here or not. Time flies because we're working 6 days a week, and …
... won't be rushing to visit again. Some of the reasons being the following: Chinese people are cool and abit crazy at times well to us anyway. Lots of older ladies wearing fish net tights and thigh high boots, dancing and doing tai chi at random places! We notice people shout a lot or are they just talking and we still can't get used to the spitting and pushing in ques for anything. It's like they are scared of missing something if they aren't in the front of the crowd. ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn North Chongqing
Our double room at the Holiday Inn North Chongqing looked good, but was freezing cold - something was off about the airconditioning (we didn't investigate, just turned the thing off). No wifi in the room, just a (slow) cable internet connection.
The travel center advertised in our room didn't exist, according to the receptionists, whose English was poor. When we showed them a picture of the sign in the elevator indicating that there should at least be a ticketing center on the ground floor with them, they waved us to the tea shop. There were indeed two very bored-looking staff members focusing on their computers in the tea shop. They didn't speak any English, would not book train or bus tickets, and could not help organize a small trip in or around Chongqing.
A savvy traveler will find his way in Chongqing, just don't expect much help from the Holiday Inn North.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.