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TravelPod Member ReviewsMovie Star Hotel Guangzhou
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
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