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- No. 117 West Ring Road, Xihuan Yi Lu
- Guilin Liangjiang Airport
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- Guilin North Railway Station
- Seven Star Park (Qixing Gongyuan)
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Everything Depends On The Room You Get
Travel_Pin_ManFriday Harbor, Washington | Sep 9, 2018 | Trip type: Couples
This is a tough one to rate. We stayed here for two nights and originally were booked in a “Standard Room With A View.” After the first night in this room we complained and got our room changed. First of all, the room had no view but of a 2 meter high wall two meters from the sliding glass door. There was a dark, damp outside sitting area in a small space that felt like a prison cell. The carpet was stained and the room smelled of dampness/mildew. The bed was nice as were the linens and the bathroom, as described by others, was nice with a high tech Toto toilet. I would rate the hotel a 1 based upon this room. These standard rooms are all on ground floor, I believe. If your tour company tries to put you in one do not accept it.
Our second room was on the third floor with a balcony and a fantastic view of the gardens and ponds. The carpet was clean and the amenities were as you would expect of a high class hotel. I would rate the hotel a four and a half based on this room.
As stated in other reviews the hotel is set within a botanical garden. You have to take a cart from the front gate to the hotel. There is a phone in an a/c room at the gate where you call for the cart which comes very quickly. The hotel pool is quite refreshing but very shallow...I don’t think swimming is a popular sport in China?? Nevertheless I enjoyed cooling off in the pool.
There were some other deficiencies in the hotel...the front desk clerk did not have good command of the English language and we could not get answers to simple questions like where is a restaurant or store to buy food. Since we were not confident in the clerk’s abilities to give us restaurant directions/advice and taxi drivers do not speak English and our Mandarin is nonexistent we went hungry the first night. The hotel has a restaurant that was not open for dinner nor was the bar open. The breakfast provided was minimal. We later found out from our guide that there is a good Chinese restaurant if you turn left at the gate and a shopping mall with a supermarket in the basement and American fast food, if you turn right.
So the bottom line is that depending on the room you can either be quite pleased or quite disappointed. And do not count on the hotel for much help in English.
Love the koi
Christian PAug 26, 2018 | Trip type: Couples
There are koi fish everywhere! If you get a room on the first floor with the medium price range, you will also get a private patio with a stone wall 2m high. The best part about it is that the koi will swim up the stream and cone straight to your patio.
The grounds are great and well kept, the people are nice enough.
NdahafaAmstelveen, The Netherlands | Jul 29, 2018 | Trip type: Family
This hotel is an oasis in a busy city. It is well located in the botanical gardens. Lush and green. Has all the amenities one needs and spacious rooms. The in-house restaurant is also quite okay. I’d come back here again, given the chance.
Only improvement point is to stock the “lounge” at the reception with more options for beverages and watch out for the smokers.
annlKildarekildare | Jun 13, 2018 | Trip type: Couples
We stayed here for 4 nights. With prior emails we arranged pick up and drop off. and 2 day tours with the hotel. pick up at the gate by buggy. Check in efficient. The room was large . Only 2 tea bags for use in the room. The bar did not open at night. The restaurant was hardly used by guests at night. There are any restaurants near the rear exit which is only a short walk. There are a number of ATMs not far from the main entrance. The gounds in the hotel as in the botanical gardens are a pleasure to walk in and so peaceful. There is a spectacular tea room in the grounds that was not in use. The tours organised were very good. 1 word of note if doing the Li River Cruise make sure you know what time your return is from Yongshou. We had a 5 hour wait. This hotel could be an exceptional hotel with a little bit more attention
Historical Style Hotel
MYWoonMalaysia | Jun 7, 2018 | Trip type: Friends getaway
Stayed 1 night only on my last day in Guilin. The hotel is actually situated inside a botanical park where the locals go to relax and exercise there. As for foreigners there need to pay to go in and this park is very kept. Our tour bus are not allowed to enter the park instead they will use a buggy to pick us from the park entrance. Check In was efficient and they even upgraded our rooms without us asking. Room are spacious and the toilet are clean and had a bidget. The only problem was the room smell moldy and dam. Served varieties and good breakfast.
In between the park there is a shopping mall with supermarket which I find it convenient to do my last day shopping for the delicacies. There is also a restaurant next to this park entrance which served very nice chinese dishes with reasonable price. We enjoyed taking a walk to see those plants, fruits trees and flowers which are beautiful. Also the pond full of carp fishes. They do have a swimming pool, but is a small one and doesnt look that clean with the fallen leaves in it.