Zhongshan Sunshine Business Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... It took us an 30 to check in. We went to our room on the 32 floor and as soon as I walked in I could smell cigarette smoke and it wasn't the room I asked for. After complaining we were moved two floors down and it is perfect.. It took a long time to organise tickets for the water show and a tour and also to get something to eat. Very busy place.. After a long day we were happy to have a good night ...
... person who was attending us at the reception, which was a manager of the shift at the same time, give us some reasonable explanation but he couldnīt. He didnīt even offer us any compensation (like for example one free breakfast for all of us). In general he was unprofessional and rude which disappointed us considering the Emperor Hotel was the most expensive place of our trip (USD 50 per person and per night!). In the end we were sent to a waiting hall for approx. 30 ...
... of human kindness.
Its specialty is thehomemade Coffee. Of course, we tasted their home-made Coffee also we eat ham
egg sandwiches and sausage egg instant noodles. We must admit that their
homemade coffee is very creamy, aromatic
character and agreeable taste. And the foods are delicious. ...
... I was at the bread market, grabbing some breakfast for the week, I learned how to say hello so I could get the attention of a motor taxi but it comes in handy in so many other settings. Anyway a man and I made eye contact so I said Hello. "You speak Chinese?" "You speak English?" I replied. Now many people in my area speak English. Some are better than others, But there are English speakers. Now when you hear someone speaking ...
... Ben agreed that it was the worst ferry ride ever. I was so sick it was horrible although I suppose it makes for a funny highlight of travelling: while Ben was getting me water I was throwing up in a bin with some random, overweight Chinese man patting me on the back.
When we arrived in Macau I sorted myself out and then we jumped on one of the free buses to take us to the Venetian Hotel and Casino. It might sound tacky but they had their ...