Movie Star Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Guangzhou
Of course we don't know all "ends," but our end at this English School is looming nearer and surer and better. Wednesday morning we saw an interesting ad for a local college, whipped off an e-mail expressing interest, and a few more e-mails with supporting documents attached. By that evening we had an e-mail back saying they had contacted our …
... signing just to get another bank card, what must be involved to get a loan or a mortgage?
China has made the most incredible advances over the past thirty years. In this time they have built more roads, railways and housing than the UK has done in the past one hundred and yet when it comes to simple banking procedures, they are still in the dark ages. Everyone in China complains about the banks. How China has achieved so much so quickly, I will never ...
I find myself back in China again, something I thought would
not happen but fate has brought me back. I must say I feel quite happy to be
back in Guangzhou because it is a place I am comfortable with; Nepal is just an
unknown entity for me. But actually now I feel rootless again. I went to my
usual haunt – Hooleys and saw the band I like so much and yet the feeling was
not the same; the ...
... good photos and Robyn was thoroughly disappointed. Overall the zoo was very impressive! We saw everything we hoped to. And we timed it perfectly, because just as we were heading out the gates, the sky opened up with a sudden downpour. We had just enough time to pull out our raincoats before we got completely drenched. We went back to the hotel to freshen up a bit and then decided to head out in search of food. Aside from a snack at the zoo, which consisted of some green ...
... Still no English! And no idea which restaurant the girl from our hotel was thinking to direct us too. We saw a McDonald on the lower floor as we came in..... That would be our last resort! We wandered around trying to find a sign with any English or that matched our line of Chinese characters. We grabbed a lemonade/ iced tea drink from one of the juice bars to tide our thirst over. We finally just picked a restaurant that had a little English on the menu set out to look at. We ...
It was a great, deluxe business room, on the 8th floor, but the view was simply of the busy avenue. It cost more than we like to pay, 308 RMB, but that was much less than the advertised price. We tried breakfast in their 3rd floor restaurant because the elevator advertisement was so nice. Unfortunately, the menus were only in Chinese, with no photos, except in the elevator. Hence, McDonalds. T
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.