China Community Art And Culture
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChina Community Art And Culture Qingdao
I won't spend a lot of time, but to say that while this hotel is some way from the rail station, it's actually only one bus ride along the shore corridor where MANY buses run. I'f you're alone, a cab would be slick. Once finally finding the place, it's tucked away in an almost themed neighborhood, I was jjust thrilled by the architecture, the ability and politeness of the staff (I've stayed in some seriously nasty places in China) and the facilities. The only negative I can list is that the rooms are very small. There is no desk in mine, no table or chairs. However, if you're looking for a resort, why even come to Qingdao? This place is wonderfully clean by Chinese standards, and feels very cool and modern. Additionally the complimentary breakfast was one of the best I've had in this country. Well worth it for $50 a night.
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