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The hotel looks very grand from the outside but the room we stayed in left a bit to be desired.
Cracked ceilings, paint peeling off, mould covered bathrooms, loose toilet seats, broken toilet roll holder, air conditioning panels missing. Lots of little things that need...More
Bedding should be replaced - linen had holes and the hems were worn and frayed. However the bed was comfortable. Couldn't swing a cat in the bathroom. Breakfast was ok - large Chinese buffet but I wasn't brave enough to try the hotel haggis.
I’m going to start off by saying this was the worst 4 star hotel I have ever stayed in.
Upon entering our room, we were hit by a horrible stench of drains. Unfortunately, the hotel was full and we were unable to switch rooms. Our...More
A tired hotel with a small bedroom and bathroom had cracked tiles on the floor and in the bath/shower area. The bath tiles were mouldy but plenty of hot water for the shower.
The bed was soft and comfy with feather pillows. Second best bed...More
We stopped in for a few days so that we could visit the historic sites of Datong. As there were five of us we needed to get two rooms. We did come for the pool but is in an adjacent hotel along with workout area...More
Receptionists are present all day, so there is always someone there. I don’t know if they think you’re a no show when you arrive late, but they probably won’t since more people are arriving late by train. I also doubt the... More
Receptionists are present all day, so there is always someone there. I don’t know if they think you’re a no show when you arrive late, but they probably won’t since more people are arriving late by train. I also doubt the hotel will be fully booked.
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"All rooms seem to have mouldy bathrooms according to the tour group"