Howard Johnson All Suites Hotel Suzhou
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoward Johnson All Suites Hotel Suzhou
being in a tour group meant arriving after dark and with no time to explore surrounding area.. seems to be rather isolated, a vehicle would be required ..there is a small shopping centre adjacent to the hotel with small dept store ,KFC etc
The lobby, bar and buffet restaurant are well appointed. Bedroom/ bathroom spacious , luxurious.. soft beds & pillows heavenly
The breakfast buffet was very good with a large selection of both Chinese and Western dishes.
The night lights of surrounding area excellant but do go out at 9pm.
Throughly enjoyed this hotel.
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