Hongfang Zhongyang Seaview Hotel

Address: No.135 Yuya Avenue, Besides Dadonghai Square, Sanya, Hainan, 572000, China | Resort
 
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This resort, located on No.135 Yuya Avenue, Besides Dadonghai Square, Sanya, is near Tianya Haijiao.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHongfang Zhongyang Seaview Hotel Sanya

    Reviewed by mbryred

    Much the wiser

    Reviewed Jan 26, 2011
    by (10 reviews) Hillsboro , United States Flag of United States

    The first time we came here on the 10th, our expectations had been higher and our experience with C-Trp and how things work were lower. This time, after Xinlong, we were happy to be able to book a place until our cheap flight out on February 2nd, 2011's eve between the new year of the Rabbit. Since they had saved me replacing jeans and shirt on the previous visit, I wasn"t about to quibble when they asked for almost 100 yuan more than the C-Trip price. Jason, a nice young man and recent college graduate with some English, was called over to help us, which he did wonderfully. He said "You've been here before," which may or may not have had any bearing on the fact we were actually put up on the 4th floor, in the Huipudeng Hotel, a short walk down the road. It was about 50 yuan a night cheaper (about 250 yuan a night) and quite acceptable to us. For one, we were finally able to have warmth and dryness, and a shower curtain rod (no curtain) to hang and dry our still wet clothes from Haikou laundry. We aren't lacking any for little bars of soap and spare coms, tooth brushes and tiny, little travel tooth paste tubes.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hongfang Zhongyang Seaview Hotel Sanya

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