Wuzhou Guest House
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Wuzhou Guest House
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Wuzhou Guest House Shenzhen
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... tables, there was 5 of us, and we headed to the place once we had all assembled. It is super close by and is very inexpensive. The foot massage was over an hour in length and cost 78 kwai or about 12 bucks. You might wonder what would happen during a foot massage that could cause it to last that long. It is a good question and let me first tell you that it is more than a foot massage. They throw your feet in
a soaking bath and then give you an intense back massage; which ...
... with the malls and hotels - all so clean and seemingly non-ending. Half the time you felt you could have been in the film set of a futuristic spectacular. But it's ground level that excites most, hustle and bustle. Noise and colour. Food and drink, all for the taking, such a vibrant city. Tonight we head to Hollywood Road to taste the night life then, tomorrow - ...
... on Hong Kong Island. An expat hangout, it was full of bars, prostitutes and live music. A great place to be for Halloween. We had dinner at a lovely Vietnamese restaurant on the second floor, overlooking a busy intersection, and spent a few hours people watching from there before joining in the fun.
We couldn't believe how steep the cable car going up to Victoria Peak was. Far out. Now I know why they have the judder bars on the floor. It's so the people standing don't ...
... streets trying to find somewhere to eat. I just couldn't decide. Was I supposed to eat good cantonese food or good hongkongese food or take advantage of the good western foods? There was too much pressure. It was nice to not be stared at. The people in Hong Kong are used to foreigners so they didn't gawk as much or shout Hello! as I walked down the street. ...
... you, though, this winter season was unusually cold and changeable. At one point during this year’s Winter Olympics, the temperature in subtropical Hong Kong was cooler than Sochi. Once last month, temperatures in the city dropped from 21.5 C (70.7 F) to 7.9 C (46.2 C) in less than 24 hours.
But hail itself, while rare in recent years, isn’t actually that unusual for Hong Kong. In fact, 1983 was a banner year for hail storms.