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TravelPod Member ReviewsJiangyue Hotel Guangzhou
We decided on Saturday to get out for the night and took the last room with a view of the river. What a great decision that was. Despite the cold and wet weather, it was nice to sit in the room at night and in the morning watching the river and it's traffic. We had a business room and paid for it, getting a rare treat: a bath tub. After a too long day hiking, the warm bath was a delight, though the water was warm, it wasn't hot. The heater blew, a bit noisy at that, and didn't heat up the room. Still, this is China and it was a nice getaway.
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