This low rise hotel is in several buildings, the main three have lovely, elegant balconied facades. The ground floor of ours had tiled floors and pleasant searing areas. Our room is good sized, with a desk, easy chairs, TV, coffee/tea and mini fridge. The bed is very hard. Our room, 6215, is unusual in that the bath/toilet areas have glassed walls so there is no actual toilet privacy. We are told other rooms are not like this. The hotel has WiFi, but as always this does not mean access to censored sites such as google unless you have a VPN or other workaround. The included breakfast was fine, but not among the best we’ve had. Overall, the hotel is very modern, and had a boutique feel that we enjoyed.
This hotel calls itself a “resort,” which is misleading. It’s a collection of buildings of various architectural styles in a campus-like setting. We were given keys to our building, which had the hallway lights off and was dark and creepy. The room looked nice on first impression, but the walls were so thin that I literally had a conversation in normal voice with a woman in the next room. The dining room was overly ornate, but the food ordinary. I’m curious what this property was originally intended to be, but it’s an awkward fit as a hotel.
This hotel is more like a hotel complex than a stand-alone type; kind of like a college campus. There are various buildings and then the main lobby and breakfast buffet are in two other buildings. I did have to agree that the bed was he hardest I had ever slept in but it was a king-size bed with a nice big comforter, so I just used part of it as a mattress cover and it was fine. My room was very spacious, very clean and very comfortable. It was on the second floor and there are no elevators but that was not a problem as all my luggage was brought to my room by the hotel. The breakfast buffet was quite nice and what staff we did see, was very nice. We also had a very delicious private dinner in a beautiful room one evening that we all enjoyed. The hotel is in a gated industrial zone so it was very quiet.…
The only positive thing that I can say about this hotel is that two staff members tried their best to take care of the a/c, as the room was very hot, and replace light bulbs, as two were out. The rooms are badly in need of refurbishing, and when we walked back to our room after dinner, passing through an outdoor corridor, most of the lights were out, and we had trouble finding the front door of our building. The breakfast buffet was one of the worst I have ever seen at a hotel. Do not stay here.
I am sure our group used this hotel because it was convenient to the airport. We only stayed one night, and, the location is awful. It is located within a business complex. There is a lake and walking but paths, but nothing around it. Bath looked new but the tile and grout were questionable.There was free WiFi, air-conditioning,a gym, pool, hair dryers, bath tub, she, coffee/tea maker, and fridge. The bed was hard as a rock and uncomfortable.Our upgraded suite had flocked furniture that was un-flocking and looked really old. Breakfast was terrible. I hated staying here. There are several building, try to stay is the main one. Our group complained that their rooms were worse than ours. I really hated this hotel.
I was use to China quality beds by the time I got to Wuhan but this was the most uncomfortable bed I have ever tried to sleep in - hard as a rock. I finally resorted to laying out the 4 pillows so that I had a layer of softness. Other than that it was a lovely facility with large rooms, large beds (see above), nice bathroom with great water pressure. Location is in a gated community with a small park and lake close by, It was quiet and breakfast was very nice.
huge rooms with every conceivable amenity for both bathroom and bedroom! deluxe tea ./ coffee service, luxury slippers, soaps, lotions... king bed had hard, comfortable mattress, kind size soft pillows: great night's sleep. breakfast was quick affair as my group was making early flight, but we had dinner the night before and food, both international and local choices was uniformly well prepared. wifi In parts of the hotel is non-existent - there are a couple of buildings - and cable tv has news station in English. staff seemed efficient; only met the young man who delivered my back pack...
We stopped here on the way to the airport. The hotel is made up of several buildings and is basically for airport lay overs. It is a Georgian looking concrete building which is a replica of a historical building in the town of Wuhan. The building we stayed in did not have an elevator and we were on the third floor. There is a large swampy lake near the hotel that is full of mosquitoes. They came in our room under the door. Once we put towels under the door the mosquito problem disappeared. Nice, large, clean rooms. DInner was really good. Sweet and sour pork. Breakfast was included and very good. Wi-fi was quick.
The hotel is comprised of multiple buildings. We had a very large room in the building with the check-in desk. Nice shower with many bath amenities (except shampoo). Could not find a good reading light by the bed. We had a good dinner and breakfast in a different building of the hotel complex. Some of the rooms for our fellow travelers were in other buildings and the area was rather dark after we had dinner.
We stayed as part of an OAT tour and thought it was really upscale We were only in the smaller part, but there was so much attention to detail and service. The room was beautiful and it was just what we needed after a 4.5 hours bus ride from departing the Yangtze River trip and before flying to Hong Kong.