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In the past month I have been twice at this hotel on business trip. Rooms are nicely and originally decorated and the location of the hotel is pretty convenient. Food is average at most, particularly for breakfast: one would expect much more from a boutique...More
We stayed for 4 nights to explore West Lake and the Hangzhou CBD - both are a short 20 minute walk from the hotel. Shops and restaurants are also close by.
The service from the front desk was very professional, helpful and friendly. The hotel...More
Jiangnan is the Chinese pronunciation of the Korean word Gangnam. Literally meaning "south of the river", Jiangnan refers to the scenic area south of the Yangtze, including Hangzhou and Suzhou.
This hotel is an epitome of Jiangnan style- exquisite, elegant and warm. What I like...More
Hotel and rooms are modern and comfortable.
There are buses just in front/opposite to the hotels going to the main West Lake area and the Lingyin Temple. Bus rides range from RMB2-3.
Taking a cab from city centre is inexpensive as well. (Note: langugage not...More
This small hotel had everything you need in the comfortable modern rooms with king size bed and a bath after walking all day..It was very quiet but on a major road with good transport access The location suited us with a 15-20 minute walk to...More
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Typically in China, if you are not in a persons line of sight his problem (your request for an email) goes away, or is no longer his concern. With education over time this aspect might be corrected but for now it has... More
Typically in China, if you are not in a persons line of sight his problem (your request for an email) goes away, or is no longer his concern. With education over time this aspect might be corrected but for now it has permeated right throughout service positions and applies equally when you visit Government offices.