Wuhan Intercontinental Hotel 19-21 November 2019 Arrived late in the afternoon and reception was efficient and good. The room, 1051, was as requested and a little better than the standard Intercontinental Hotels. It was fresh and well appointed, with a larger than average size. As per my booking it overlooked the Yangtze River, and well met Intercontinental expectations. The bathroom is lovely and has a full bath and a good size separate shower. Wifi worked well and is complimentary with our room. The TV is a good size, with several international channels. The hotel is bigger than most. It has several restaurants and a nice bar. During our stay it was very quiet. We had dinner in the Chinese Restaurant, and that was a nice experience. The restaurant was not busy, and it was lovely and peaceful. The service was very nice, and we selected local dishes, the food was lovely. The location is on the Yangtze River, and next to Wuhan’s International Exhibition Centre. There are no shops nearby, but a short taxi ride would reach some shopping areas. The Concierge, Aaron Xie, provides a very good service and makes a great concierge. Overall, a very nice experience and happy to stay here again. Thank you. …
The hotel is housed just next to the expo center which means it is in a remote area. We arrived relatively late at close to 9 pm and I decided to look for some food. For a 5 stars hotel, it is unusual to only have 2 restaurants and I chose the Chinese one which I was turned away saying the chefs have left when the last seating time I was told is 9:30 pm. I went then to the international restaurant and was also turned away as they said they only serve buffet at night. I ended up with room service. Room is very spacious for the price we paid and this is the best part of the otherwise very “cold” hotel with long walkways.
Fantastic hotel with large spacious rooms. Balcony overlooking the river. Beautiful foyer and restaurants. Front desk arranged taxis for us very quickly. Huge meeting spaces in convention centre next door.
This hotel locate a bit far off city center, next door to exhibition center. Room set out good, nice and clean. no other restaurant nearby you can only eat in or take subway to downtown. Staffs are friendly. the entrance to hotel been blocked so i have to park down stairs and walk through a long way. The very bad experience is the executive lounge is not open to Spire Elite member. only for paid premiume member. This makes me wonder. with similar peice. I can stay in other hotel but enjoy lounge for free. Why am I going to stay here. no advantage at all. So, if you are IHG member. strongly recommand you NOT to stay this hotel. Big disappointment.
Unless you enjoy endless marble corridors full of nothing I suggest you avoid this depressing hotel. It’s cold, most of the staff haven’t got a clue what they’re doing (reception struggled to print me a piece of paper) and the food is hit and miss - a great buffet one night reduced to hardly anything the following night. The gym is the kind you’d expect in a 3 star hotel, there’s no pool, sauna or hot tub (just some strange empty baths in the changing room). At 23.20 in the lobby lounge bar, which is advertised as being open till midnight, my colleague and I asked for two more gin and tonics. After 10 minutes a man came with a teapot full of hot water and poured it on what was left of our drinks. Still no idea why. Then they told us it was closed. Will never stay here again
Intercontinental Wuhan Hotel stay 3 nights during one business trip, is amazing hotel placed in a very good área front to the river, inside the rooms is very big with very good desk to work inside, with excelent WI-FI conection. the cleanless is very good. The breakfast buffet is very big and extremely varied. the staff is ver nice. and at the end the price is very good, I strongly recomend for business or for relaxing
Stayed one night during a business trip. My room was upgraded to a river view with lounge access (after I requested as a platinum member at check-in). The room was unusually big with a small balcony. Staffs were all very nice and spoke English. The lounge was a bit simple with alcohols locked up after 8 pm. The hotel was connected to a conference center. But there were not many places to visit nearby. If you were a conference goer, with a family, and got a good price, this place would be a good value for you.
If you’re here for a convention or need to be this part of the city, between the airport and City Centre - with a subway - this is a great hotel. The rooms are modern and huge, the bathroom is huge and the view from the huge windows and balcony over the bridges (still more being built) and river traffic on the Yangtze River are stunning if somewhat marred by the constant haze of smog. Makes staying in this massive convention area - and attending interminable conventions - interesting! You may be the only ones for the big and extremely varied buffet breakfast or (somewhat repeated) buffet dinner or a la carte lunch. Until there’s a convention on and then it obviously has to gear up and it becomes a different place. Service in the Bar next to the cigar bar (that we didn’t try) was lovely and friendly and helped by the sweet resident Cuban couple singing live most nights. But what really made this special was the sublime and surreal experience of Oktoberfest (in September) in a marquee outside the hotel for a few nights with a proper German band (who had also prepared the odd Chinese hit), German sausages, ham hock plus a Chinese buffet complete with lacquered duck & pancakes chef. I believe Oktoberfest visits the hotel regularly. What more could you want to let your hair down in Wuhan!…
spent one night, had an upgrade on river view, very nice ! pool is small. Breakfast is good. wifi very good. Fit Interocntinental level. I forgot my power charger, they found it , but when i came back to pick it up it took 30min to find it back.. anyway service is ok!
A massive building (about 400 rooms) along Yangtse river but quite far away from city center and the airport Intercontinental Wuhan is a modern and comfortable business hotel. I spent one night there in April 2018 on business trip. My room was very large, clean and well appointed with an also very large bathroom. It had a small balcony with a view over Yangtse river which is not a common feature in such buildings. Lobby of impressive dimensions and modern facilities. However, I found service at breakfast quite disorganized - the table I was sitting at was given to other guests twice - and options relatively limited compared to other hotels of a similar category in China. Management should take a look at this. Nevertheless, if - as in my case - you have compelling reasons to stay in this part of the city there is no doubt that Intercontinental Wuhan is a good option.…