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We had a big room, like a mini suite with good amenities. relatively comfortable. A bit noisy. Location is good. Staff almost does not speak English. Breakfast is good. Elevators not comfortable. Gym is poor.
The taxi had difficulty to find the location, although area itself is the best feature of this hotel. Generally speaking, the hotel is average, the rooms reasonable - but the breakfast is terrible (the bread was so old you coudn't even cut it with the...More
I have spent 14 nights in this hotel. Its not so bad in overall however location is not so usual and its tough to get a taxi. As you might seen in some other reviews you gotta ask help from the concierge for calling a...More
i am currently staying in la perle international, i had a few incidents that i would not expect to encounter in any supposedly high end hotel. first unlike the other high end hotels that i stayed in guangzhou near the pazhou fair the staff lack...More
Stayed here from 21st to 26th October 2017. The location is extremely difficult to find after getting out from the subway station, even with map app on my phone. Two taxi drivers I took the next day did not know this hotel. The TV shows...More
US$57 - US$77 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#7 Best Value Hotel in Guangzhou
#32 Business Hotel in Guangzhou
#56 Luxury Hotel in Guangzhou
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Response from chiangmaijim | Reviewed this property |
i didnt charge my phone at the hotel but usually in asia the sockets are two pin with flat prongs except in places which apply british standards such as hong kong, malaysia etc which are three pin. china also has weird... More
i didnt charge my phone at the hotel but usually in asia the sockets are two pin with flat prongs except in places which apply british standards such as hong kong, malaysia etc which are three pin. china also has weird sockets for chinese appliances. to be on the safe side buy an adaptor.
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