Hong Yi Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Wuhan, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Hong Yi Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features an on-site restaurant.
While staying at Hong Yi Hotel, visitors can check out Wuhan University (1.6 mi) and Baotong Temple (1.6 mi), some of Wuhan's top attractions.
When you're feeling hungry, you can check out Cai Lin Ji Re Gan MianGuan (WuDa) (1.1 mi), Cha Gang ShiTang (0.8 mi), or Xiu YuHong ChaFang (WuChang) (1.1 mi), which are all within walking distance of Hong Yi Hotel.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a history museum, such as Hubei Provincial Museum.
Enjoy your stay in Wuhan!
I am assigned with a room on the lower floor and it was well-furnished despite my particular room has no out-facing window (only one facing the atrium). Staff at the bar is extremely friendly and polite .
Stayed here whilst on business to visit the highly respected and brilliant Wuhan University. Rooms were ok, my room smelt a little of cigarette smoke despite asking for non-smoking room/ floor. Really good views of the city surrounds, especially at night. Very close to the lake where we went on a good walk. Excellent location to the University, Medical School and Zhongnan hospital. Food was reasonable for breakfast (not the greatest choice). Overall a hotel that seemed a little tired and old to me, but does the trick for location
This is the eighth or nineth time I have stayed at this hotel the Fawlty Towers of China. Each time gets progressively more bizarre but the staff are so much more helpful. I have complained in the past that the room service menu was very restricted and has not changed in 6 years. That the fried rice is never available. I am pleased to report that has changed. There is now no room service menu at all. Teetotallers will also be pleased to note that the only alcohol available is beer despite a poster showing happy people toasting each other with an (improbable for China) amount of wine. The canned beer is served shaken but not chilled. Staff have been really helpful by moving my room to assist me to find some internet connection. I am on my third room but there is no improvement. One email takes 5 minutes to send and there are frequent cutouts. Work is impossible. However, this has given me an insight into the quality control in the rooms. What is loosely termed music is piped into the rooms 12 hours per day. It is impossible to turn it off or escape. Apparently I am the only guest to ever complain about this. There are about 25 TV channels: none in English. If you request a non-smoking room it is no problem. Staff offer to remove the two ashtrays. Unfortunately that does not remove the smell or the smoke entering through the air con. I have had issues with fridges not working in the past. This has not been a problem this visit. They were kind enough to remove the out-of-date instant noodles from my fridge and also to lock my food inside my fridge so that I could not access it. Breakfast has not changed except there is now a yoghurt-dispensing machine. The first I have ever encountered. The resulting exudate is incredibly sweet and as inedible as everything else. My second room had a novel feature. The sensor lights in the hall did not detect room occupants moving around but instead people upstairs or those moving around in the corridor outside. This resulted in frequent light shows throughout the night. The third room is a little better, no feeling wallpaper and lacks the hair I found in the sink and shower in the first two rooms. The tiles however are chipped and I have cut my foot ...and left a bit of myself in the form of blood on the carpet. The environment is their priority at this hotel so they ignore the notices saying that towels hung up will not be laundered and do these every day. They also turn on the aircon to a ludicrously high temperature throughout the day to ensure that the empty room stays at oven temperature.…
It a university/government run hotel near the Wuhan U medical campus. Most of the complaints one might have are those common to 95% of Chinese hotels, ie, bed is hard, air conditioner never quite cools to a comfortable level, internet is unreliable and slow (even with a VPN), it's not as clean as you'd like, etc. However, the staff has better English than I have Chinese, the place is nice enough, and it's amazingly convenient to shopping, sightseeing, the university, the subway, etc. You can do a lot worse.
Dirty smelly rooms, poor internet, poor maintenance, the room service menu has been the same for 5 years and most of it is unavailable. The worst hotel I ever have to stay in. I avoid the restaurant but I think that breakfast may have improved slightly recently. Staff generally cannot speak English and do not look as if they enjoy their work.
I have stayed here several times for business purposes. The hotel is conveniently located if you have to be at Wuhan University. Rooms are quite big, the bath room is Ok, wifi works. The mosquito problem that I mentioned in the past has been solved apparently. It is a pity that there is no bar. In the lounge you can get something until 22.00hr but that’s all. The new Wuhan Opera House is only steps away and the area is nicely illuminated in the evening.
The Hong Yi Hotel is fairly new, has a fine central location, with views over the East Lake. You can take a pleasant stroll around the banks or jog if inclined. The general decor and design of the edifice are passable if not outstanding but the place was very clean and smart. It is owned by the local government and the university, I was told. Such hotels now achieve a creditable standard in the PRC. The room I was given was on an upper floor, was indeed large and was quite well-furnished, with a very comfortable bed and soft pillows. Although jet-lagged, I had no trouble getting a sound night's sleep. It was very quiet at night, as the sound-proofing was first-class.There was no BBC World News but CNN was available. The breakfast buffet was very Chinese, with a few Western dishes thrown in. Although advertised from 6am, there was little ready till half an hour later, alas, for early-risers. The desk-service was friendly and English-speaking staff were at hand. It was, by and large, better than expected!…
The hotel is located outside the centre but near Wuhan university, that was the reason for my stay. The room is of decent size with lake view but the maintenance condition was not good as wall paper was peeling off and I even found a finger-long insect near the closet. The resatuarant was poor in food quality and choice, but was not cheap. There is a walking street 20 mins walk away which offers a lot of choice for food and some shoppiing opportunities. But free wifi in the public areas and good service made this hotel bearable.
I stayed here with colleagues--all of us staying in suites. All rooms ending in 11 are suites. The room appears well appointed (see photos) but the bed was very hard (think college futon), the heating was erratic, and the shower leaked enormously. These features were true of all my colleague's rooms as well so it wasn't just an anomaly. One person used every towel and bathrobe to mop up the bathroom floor. No separate hair conditioner as part of toiletry set. The staff did do a second cleaning of my room after we held a meeting in my suite and coffee cups all over. The buffet breakfast was extensive and while there were only a few western offerings, the chefs would make omelets or scrambled eggs upon request. English language skills of the hotel and restaurant staff were limited but I was traveling with Mandarin-speaking colleagues so I never had to test it too much. An attempt to get a copy of a lost hotel receipt (not the official government one) has taken weeks and I'm still not sure we have it (my Mandarin-speaking staff member is working on it). My ranking is reflective of what I would expect from a 4-star hotel.…
I stayed here during a visit to one of the local universities. This hotel falls desparetely short of modern standards. There are at least a dozen "proper" international business hotels in Wuhan that you would prefer to stay at. The staff speak very poor English, everything is done very slowly, the breakfast is a misery, and the rooms are pretty shabby. My bathroom had a terrible smell in it, and the room was freezing cold. In short, if you have a choice and can afford it, go anywhere else.