Location, service, check-in and check-out experience are very good, it is worth recommending!The room I stayed in had a view of the side river. The Yangtze River was very beautiful at night. The mini bar in the room provides all kinds of drinks for free, and the hotel staff are very friendly.
Facing the river is nice of course, but overrated, as the HanKou Bund is not nearly as impressive as the Shanghai. Also the river is far wider here, and the windows were super dirty from the outside. The hotel is like most after a few years, lack of maintenance, carpates should be replaced, still they ask for more than CNY 1000 for river view. To be fair: the rooms are spacious, the bath was clean, staff doesn’t really speak english, only a few do a little. Breakfast is also quite mediocre, you ask for tea and get coffee, stuff like this.
Can control the room temperature in around 24-26 degree is better. All the other things and view are good, just feel hot when sleeping in mid-light. Feel better in the morning time as the room temperature change to 24 degree.
Thanks Cynthia so much. Due to my poor company booked the wrong name and date for me, when I check in, front dest can't find my reservation information. Cynthia helped me a lot，she follow up with my company, and finally I successfully checked in. Shr did a good work, thanks a lot. btw，the mini bar is free，it is really nice.
Maybe that was my first time to Wuhan. I stayed at Marcopolo temporarily. I wanna share my stay experience on the website. What impressed me most that day was the receptionists Sue and Dana.Their enthusiasm and smile warmed me.The hotel is very good. I like it so much ~
My wife and I had an overnight stay at the Marco Polo and from the outset the front of house staff and the rest of the staff made our stay at the hotel a wonderful experience. The duty manager spoke very good English so we were able to communicate our needs and be well understood. The location is superb with rooms overlooking the Yangtze river with the constant parade of river craft and an extensive riverside park. A very short walk across a busy road takes you to the very substantial park and river walk along concrete pathways up and down the river. We were there on a Sunday so there were families strolling and vendors selling things along the river a very enjoyable experience indeed. We also were there on mother's day so when we were at the restaurant for our evening meal all the mothers were treated to a special meal item and were invited to make up and keep floral displays from the flowers which made up the extensive table center piece. The rooms are very well appointed and clean as you would expect from this quality establishment. Totally recommend this as somewhere to stay while you are in Wuhan.…
Modern Hotel, anonymous style (ashlar), spacious room and large bathroom, Spectacular view over Yangtze Rivet (room 1608) and offering to watch the great Lightshow applied to all buildings on the opposite River edge. Booking river view room is highly recommended. 24h GYM; SPA and various restaurants in and around the hotel and a rich and multi-cuisine breakfast buffet make the stay complete.
We stayed in Marco Polo Wuhan for one night as part of a tour of China. The rooms were extremely large and the beds exceeded expectations as to comfort. Across the road is a wonderful park that is well worth a visit and a great Location to view the city light show at night. Rooms include tea and coffee facilities.
I've had great experiences with Marco Polo overall, so this stood out as something particular to the Marco Polo in Wuhan. The hotel placed us on a floor that was under active renovation. You can see in the photos they were tearing out wallpaper revealing mold and dust, right outside our room. They offered to change our room only on the third night, when we were about to end our trip. When I told the front desk that I had great experiences at other Marco Polos and was a Discovery member, but found the situation lacking here in Wuhan, they were unimpressed and asked what level of a member I was. Ok... so I finally emailed the management, which did not respond. Do not stay at Marco Polo Wuhan. Spend your dollars elsewhere. The staff seriously need more training here.
Five of us stayed at Marco Polo for a business summit. The hotel is at a premium location in Wuhan overviewing the Yangtze River. To put it simply, we had a unforgettable experience, the rooms were perfect, the breakfast was perfect, and the executive lounge on the 34th floor was perfect. We’ve also had a perfect nightcap on the 2nd floor, served by a perfect hostess whose name is Chen Rui (陈睿). Her kindness and patience left a warm impression on us. We stayed for two nights and decided to come back again next July if not sooner.