Ming Hong Hotel Xiwan Guangzhou
(3/5 by China National Tourism Administration)

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Ranked #194 Hotel in Guangzhou

Rated by 72 Hotel Guests

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  • "Good location, metro access, clean hotel"Nov 21, 2015
  • "Still Great the 2nd Time Around"Mar 26, 2013
  • "Still Great the 2nd Time Around"Mar 26, 2013

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Standard Twin Room

2 Single Beds

Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)

Deluxe Twin Room

2 Single Beds

Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)

Deluxe Single Room

1 Queen Bed

Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)

Business Room

2 Single Beds

Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)

Business Suite

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Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)


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Location of Ming Hong Hotel Xiwan Guangzhou

  • No.4 Guangza Road, Liwan District, Guangzhou, China
      • Guangzhou West Railway Station
      • Xichang
      • Chen Family Temple - Guangdong Folk Art Museum
      • Yuexiu Mountain
      • Six Banyan Tree Temple & Flower Pagoda (Liurong Temple)

Ming Hong Hotel Xiwan Guangzhou


What's In the Hotel

    • WiFi (Surcharge)
    • Free Wired High-speed Internet
    • Total number of rooms - 60
    • Conference space size (meters) - 100
    • Conference space size (feet) - 1076
    • Frontdesk Service (24 Hours)
    • Spa
    • Breakfast (Surcharge)
    • Chinese
    • English

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  • Good location, metro access, clean hotel
    H28081
    London, United Kingdom | Nov 21, 2015 | Trip type: Business

    Good location, clean rooms, right next Xicun metro station around five minutes, only 1 person speaks english. Price is decent. Always stay here for business because of location. rooms are big. Wifi works well in room.

  • Still Great the 2nd Time Around
    Panda_sabs
    Manila, Philippines | Mar 26, 2013 | Trip type: Family

    ROOM: 2nd time staying here. Booked a “Deluxe King Bed” on Agoda.com at a discount, 10 nights for US$267.00 (around US$26/night). We arrived late at night, no problem with check in. We were given a room on the 7th floor. They don’t help you with your luggage but there’s an elevator so it wasn’t difficult to bring our bags up ourselves. King-sized bed as promised but it was hard, as most beds are in China, and you can feel the springs on your back. 2 pillows, a comforter, plus 2 decorative square pillows are provided. Room was still a bit dark. One hallway light, recessed fluorescent light in the room, 2 side table lamps above the bed.

    AMENITIES: Airconditioner. TV (purely local Chinese channels). Electric water kettle. Water dispenser on every floor. Phone. Free internet via LAN cable, no WiFi. No in-room refrigerator. No safe.

    BATHROOM: A bit small, but clean. Shower is right beside the toilet with no shower curtain so it gets quite wet everywhere. Central water heater provides hot water for both the sink and shower. High water pressure was a good thing. Towels & toiletries provided: soap, shampoo, shower cap, toothbrush & toothpaste, & comb. A/C outlet available.

    SLEEP QUALITY: The room on the higher floor is better since there’s a railway track located right next to the hotel. We still heard and felt train noises & vibration, albeit less than on the lower floors. Light sleepers, be warned.

    SERVICE: Staff doesn’t speak English. So if you don’t speak Mandarin or Cantonese, bring an electronic translator or use a translation app if possible. Staff is very helpful otherwise. Room & bathroom were cleaned everyday, no fail. Towels & toiletries replenished daily as well.

    LOCATION: 10 minute walk to MTR, XiCun (西村) station. Walking distance to restaurants (including KFC & McDonalds if you want fast food), Trust Mart (supermarket), convenience stores (7-11 located inside the XiCun station), street market (selling fruits, vegetables, food), tea shops, liang kuai/2RMB shops (equivalent to a Dollar Store), hospital & a police station. Taxis RARELY pass by Xiwan Road, so you have to ask the front desk to call a cab for you if you want one. Otherwise, you can use the metro.

    VALUE: For a room with a large bed, high-pressure hot shower & sink, good working aircon, TV, free internet, and accessible location, this hotel offers good value for the price.

    TIP: Get a room on the higher floors. For transport convenience, ask to borrow a Yang Cheng Tong (羊城通) card from the reception. You pay a RMB50 deposit, which will be refunded when you return the card. It has zero value when you first borrow it, so you need to reload it with a minimum of RMB50 in any 7-11. You can use it on the MTR, bus, taxis, 7-11 & other convenience stores. Note: Unused value remaining in the card will not be returned to you.

    GETTING THERE: Via MTR - Around RMB 10. From Baiyun Airport, take Line 3 (Orange) towards Panyu Square/Tiyu Xi Lu and get off at Jia He Wang Gang station. Transfer to Line 2 (Blue) towards Guangzhou South Railway, get off at Guangzhou Railway Station. Transfer to Line 5 (Red) to Jiao Kou, get off at Xi Cun. Use Exit A, and you will see a McDonald’s, KFC & Trust Mart across the street. Cross the street and walk away from the main highway towards the small roads & hospital. You will see a fork in the road. Stick to your right, hospital should be on your left. You know you’re on the right path if you pass by a police station to your right. Just keep on walking and the hotel will be to your left. Via Taxi - We paid around RMB110 (metered taxi) from Baiyun Airport to the hotel but it was worth it for the convenience. There was a long queue at the airport to get a cab. Avoid fixers who offer you to skip the queue and get in their private for-hire cars/taxis. They will agree on a fixed rate but may give you a different rate once you're already in the car. Also, bring smaller bills to avoid typical taxi driver scams. A driver may take your 100 RMB bill & switch it with a fake bill, then returns the fake bill and tells you either (a) he doesn't have change or (b) your bill is fake.

    TRANSPORT TIP: Taxis don't frequent the street where hotel is located so it was a bit hard this time to get a cab. We had the reception reserve a cab for us a day before, but the taxi still wasn't there after 1 hour of waiting so we were forced to take the MTR to the airport. It was a huge hassle since we had a lot of luggage. But this was one of the only downsides to this stay.

    FOOD TIP: There is a restaurant right beside the hotel with excellent local Chinese fare and great value for money. Definitely worth a try!

  • Still Great the 2nd Time Around
    Panda_sabs
    Manila, Philippines | Mar 26, 2013 | Trip type: Family

    ROOM: 2nd time staying here. Booked a “Deluxe King Bed” on Agoda.com at a discount, 10 nights for US$267.00 (around US$26/night). We arrived late at night, no problem with check in. We were given a room on the 7th floor. They don’t help you with your luggage but there’s an elevator so it wasn’t difficult to bring our bags up ourselves. King-sized bed as promised but it was hard, as most beds are in China, and you can feel the springs on your back. 2 pillows, a comforter, plus 2 decorative square pillows are provided. Room was still a bit dark. One hallway light, recessed fluorescent light in the room, 2 side table lamps above the bed.
    AMENITIES: Airconditioner. TV (purely local Chinese channels). Electric water kettle. Water dispenser on every floor. Phone. Free internet via LAN cable, no WiFi. No in-room refrigerator. No safe.
    BATHROOM: A bit small, but clean. Shower is right beside the toilet with no shower curtain so it gets quite wet everywhere. Central water heater provides hot water for both the sink and shower. High water pressure was a good thing. Towels & toiletries provided: soap, shampoo, shower cap, toothbrush & toothpaste, & comb. A/C outlet available.
    SLEEP QUALITY: The room on the higher floor is better since there’s a railway track located right next to the hotel. We still heard and felt train noises & vibration, albeit less than on the lower floors. Light sleepers, be warned.
    SERVICE: Staff doesn’t speak English. So if you don’t speak Mandarin or Cantonese, bring an electronic translator or use a translation app if possible. Staff is very helpful otherwise. Room & bathroom were cleaned everyday, no fail. Towels & toiletries replenished daily as well.
    LOCATION: 10 minute walk to MTR, XiCun (西村) station. Walking distance to restaurants (including KFC & McDonalds if you want fast food), Trust Mart (supermarket), convenience stores (7-11 located inside the XiCun station), street market (selling fruits, vegetables, food), tea shops, liang kuai/2RMB shops (equivalent to a Dollar Store), hospital & a police station. Taxis RARELY pass by Xiwan Road, so you have to ask the front desk to call a cab for you if you want one. Otherwise, you can use the metro.
    VALUE: For a room with a large bed, high-pressure hot shower & sink, good working aircon, TV, free internet, and accessible location, this hotel offers good value for the price.
    TIP: Get a room on the higher floors. For transport convenience, ask to borrow a Yang Cheng Tong (羊城通) card from the reception. You pay a RMB50 deposit, which will be refunded when you return the card. It has zero value when you first borrow it, so you need to reload it with a minimum of RMB50 in any 7-11. You can use it on the MTR, bus, taxis, 7-11 & other convenience stores. Note: Unused value remaining in the card will not be returned to you.
    GETTING THERE: Via MTR - Around RMB 10. From Baiyun Airport, take Line 3 (Orange) towards Panyu Square/Tiyu Xi Lu and get off at Jia He Wang Gang station. Transfer to Line 2 (Blue) towards Guangzhou South Railway, get off at Guangzhou Railway Station. Transfer to Line 5 (Red) to Jiao Kou, get off at Xi Cun. Use Exit A, and you will see a McDonald’s, KFC & Trust Mart across the street. Cross the street and walk away from the main highway towards the small roads & hospital. You will see a fork in the road. Stick to your right, hospital should be on your left. You know you’re on the right path if you pass by a police station to your right. Just keep on walking and the hotel will be to your left. Via Taxi - We paid around RMB110 (metered taxi) from Baiyun Airport to the hotel but it was worth it for the convenience. There was a long queue at the airport to get a cab. Avoid fixers who offer you to skip the queue and get in their private for-hire cars/taxis. They will agree on a fixed rate but may give you a different rate once you're already in the car. Also, bring smaller bills to avoid typical taxi driver scams. A driver may take your 100 RMB bill & switch it with a fake bill, then returns the fake bill and tells you either (a) he doesn't have change or (b) your bill is fake.
    TRANSPORT TIP: Taxis don't frequent the street where hotel is located so it was a bit hard this time to get a cab. We had the reception reserve a cab for us a day before, but the taxi still wasn't there after 1 hour of waiting so we were forced to take the MTR to the airport. It was a huge hassle since we had a lot of luggage. But this was one of the only downsides to this stay.
    FOOD TIP: There is a restaurant right beside the hotel with excellent local Chinese fare and great value for money. Definitely worth a try!

  • Value for money, accessible location, but close to noisy train tracks.
    Panda_sabs
    Manila, Philippines | Nov 9, 2012 | Trip type: Family

    ROOM: Booked a “Deluxe King Bed” on Agoda.com at a discount, 8 nights for US$207.52 (around US$26/night). We pre-paid for the entire stay online, so after reading a previous review on TripAdvisor that they didn’t honor Agoda reservations, I was kind of worried since we also arrived late at night. But when we got to the hotel and showed the voucher printout, there was no problem. We were given a room on the 5th floor. They don’t help you with your luggage but there’s an elevator so it wasn’t difficult to bring our bags up ourselves.

    Upon entering, the room strongly smelled of smoke. They allow guests to smoke in the rooms, ashtrays are provided. But once the aircon is turned on, the smell will kind of go away.

    There was a king-sized bed as promised but it was hard, as most beds are in China, and you can feel the springs on your back. 2 pillows, a comforter, plus 2 decorative square pillows are provided.

    Room was a bit dark. One hallway light, recessed fluorescent light in the room, 2 side table lamps above the bed.

    AMENITIES: Airconditioner. TV (purely local Chinese channels). Electric water kettle. Water dispenser on every floor. Phone. Free internet via LAN cable, no WiFi. No in-room refrigerator. No safe.

    BATHROOM: A bit small, but clean. Shower is right beside the toilet with no shower curtain so it gets quite wet everywhere. Central water heater provides hot water for both the sink and shower. High water pressure was a good thing. Towels & toiletries provided: soap, shampoo, shower cap, toothbrush & toothpaste, & comb. A/C outlet available. We had a bit of a problem with the toilet getting clogged and they provided us with a plunger to clear out the clog ourselves (LOL).

    SLEEP QUALITY: Unfortunately, there’s a railway track located right next to the hotel. So be ready to hear and feel train noises & vibration, even at night and very early in the morning. You literally are rattled awake. Light sleepers, be warned.

    SERVICE: Staff doesn’t speak English. So if you don’t speak Mandarin or Cantonese, bring an electronic translator or use a translation app if possible. Staff is very helpful otherwise. Room & bathroom were cleaned everyday, no fail. Towels & toiletries replenished daily as well.

    LOCATION: 10 minute walk to MTR, XiCun (西村) station. Walking distance to restaurants (including KFC & McDonalds if you want fast food), Trust Mart (supermarket), convenience stores (7-11 located inside the XiCun station), street market (selling fruits, vegetables, food), tea shops, liang kuai/2RMB shops (equivalent to a Dollar Store), hospital & a police station.

    Taxis RARELY pass by Xiwan Road, so you have to ask the front desk to call a cab for you if you want one. Otherwise, you can use the metro.

    VALUE: For a room with a large bed, high-pressure hot shower & sink, good working aircon, TV, free internet, and accessible location, this hotel offers good value for the price.

    TIP: For transport convenience, ask to borrow a Yang Cheng Tong (羊城通) card from the reception. You pay a RMB50 deposit, which will be refunded when you return the card. It has zero value when you first borrow it, so you need to reload it with a minimum of RMB50 in any 7-11. You can use it on the MTR, bus, taxis, 7-11 & other convenience stores. Note: Unused value remaining in the card will not be returned to you.

    GETTING THERE:
    Via MTR - Around RMB 10. From Baiyun Airport, take Line 3 (Orange) towards Panyu Square/Tiyu Xi Lu and get off at Jia He Wang Gang station. Transfer to Line 2 (Blue) towards Guangzhou South Railway, get off at Guangzhou Railway Station. Transfer to Line 5 (Red) to Jiao Kou, get off at Xi Cun. Use Exit A, and you will see a McDonald’s, KFC & Trust Mart across the street. Cross the street and walk away from the main highway towards the small roads & hospital. You will see a fork in the road. Stick to your right, hospital should be on your left. You know you’re on the right path if you pass by a police station to your right. Just keep on walking and the hotel will be to your left.

    Via Taxi - We paid around RMB110 (metered taxi) from Baiyun Airport to the hotel but it was worth it for the convenience. There was a long queue at the airport to get a cab. Avoid fixers who offer you to skip the queue and get in their private for-hire cars/taxis. They will agree on a fixed rate but may give you a different rate once you're already in the car. Also, bring smaller bills to avoid typical taxi driver scams. A driver may take your 100 RMB bill & switch it with a fake bill, then returns the fake bill and tells you either (a) he doesn't have change or (b) your bill is fake.

  • Value for money, accessible location, but close to noisy train tracks.
    Panda_sabs
    Manila, Philippines | Nov 9, 2012 | Trip type: Family

    ROOM: Booked a “Deluxe King Bed” on Agoda.com at a discount, 8 nights for US$207.52 (around US$26/night). We pre-paid for the entire stay online, so after reading a previous review on TripAdvisor that they didn’t honor Agoda reservations, I was kind of worried since we also arrived late at night. But when we got to the hotel and showed the voucher printout, there was no problem. We were given a room on the 5th floor. They don’t help you with your luggage but there’s an elevator so it wasn’t difficult to bring our bags up ourselves.
    Upon entering, the room strongly smelled of smoke. They allow guests to smoke in the rooms, ashtrays are provided. But once the aircon is turned on, the smell will kind of go away.
    There was a king-sized bed as promised but it was hard, as most beds are in China, and you can feel the springs on your back. 2 pillows, a comforter, plus 2 decorative square pillows are provided.
    Room was a bit dark. One hallway light, recessed fluorescent light in the room, 2 side table lamps above the bed.
    AMENITIES: Airconditioner. TV (purely local Chinese channels). Electric water kettle. Water dispenser on every floor. Phone. Free internet via LAN cable, no WiFi. No in-room refrigerator. No safe.
    BATHROOM: A bit small, but clean. Shower is right beside the toilet with no shower curtain so it gets quite wet everywhere. Central water heater provides hot water for both the sink and shower. High water pressure was a good thing. Towels & toiletries provided: soap, shampoo, shower cap, toothbrush & toothpaste, & comb. A/C outlet available. We had a bit of a problem with the toilet getting clogged and they provided us with a plunger to clear out the clog ourselves (LOL).
    SLEEP QUALITY: Unfortunately, there’s a railway track located right next to the hotel. So be ready to hear and feel train noises & vibration, even at night and very early in the morning. You literally are rattled awake. Light sleepers, be warned.
    SERVICE: Staff doesn’t speak English. So if you don’t speak Mandarin or Cantonese, bring an electronic translator or use a translation app if possible. Staff is very helpful otherwise. Room & bathroom were cleaned everyday, no fail. Towels & toiletries replenished daily as well.
    LOCATION: 10 minute walk to MTR, XiCun (西村) station. Walking distance to restaurants (including KFC & McDonalds if you want fast food), Trust Mart (supermarket), convenience stores (7-11 located inside the XiCun station), street market (selling fruits, vegetables, food), tea shops, liang kuai/2RMB shops (equivalent to a Dollar Store), hospital & a police station.
    Taxis RARELY pass by Xiwan Road, so you have to ask the front desk to call a cab for you if you want one. Otherwise, you can use the metro.
    VALUE: For a room with a large bed, high-pressure hot shower & sink, good working aircon, TV, free internet, and accessible location, this hotel offers good value for the price.
    TIP: For transport convenience, ask to borrow a Yang Cheng Tong (羊城通) card from the reception. You pay a RMB50 deposit, which will be refunded when you return the card. It has zero value when you first borrow it, so you need to reload it with a minimum of RMB50 in any 7-11. You can use it on the MTR, bus, taxis, 7-11 & other convenience stores. Note: Unused value remaining in the card will not be returned to you.
    GETTING THERE:
    Via MTR - Around RMB 10. From Baiyun Airport, take Line 3 (Orange) towards Panyu Square/Tiyu Xi Lu and get off at Jia He Wang Gang station. Transfer to Line 2 (Blue) towards Guangzhou South Railway, get off at Guangzhou Railway Station. Transfer to Line 5 (Red) to Jiao Kou, get off at Xi Cun. Use Exit A, and you will see a McDonald’s, KFC & Trust Mart across the street. Cross the street and walk away from the main highway towards the small roads & hospital. You will see a fork in the road. Stick to your right, hospital should be on your left. You know you’re on the right path if you pass by a police station to your right. Just keep on walking and the hotel will be to your left.
    Via Taxi - We paid around RMB110 (metered taxi) from Baiyun Airport to the hotel but it was worth it for the convenience. There was a long queue at the airport to get a cab. Avoid fixers who offer you to skip the queue and get in their private for-hire cars/taxis. They will agree on a fixed rate but may give you a different rate once you're already in the car. Also, bring smaller bills to avoid typical taxi driver scams. A driver may take your 100 RMB bill & switch it with a fake bill, then returns the fake bill and tells you either (a) he doesn't have change or (b) your bill is fake.

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