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Reviewed 16 October 2013

This is a well located hotel, particularly for those doing business with the Government of the Province of Jilin. Spacious rooms with an excellent work desk, WIFI and electrical connections. Good views to the parkland across the street. Excellent morning buffet in a pleasant, bright dining area.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled on business
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Thank ecomacgregor
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Reviewed 22 June 2009

I gave this hotel an "average" rating because the room we got was not as good as it was described on the internet. Well, a common problem with all online hotel bookings, isn't it? We paid RMB298 for a Superior Room that was 42 sqm big. Quite a bargain for the big space we got. But the carpet smelled and the couches in the room were extremely dirty. Obviously, they have had some guests who broke the non-smoking rule and puffed fumes and carelessly dropped their ashes all over the cream-colored couches. And perhaps even more obvious was the hotel did not bother to wash them. And what were the two ashtrays doing in a non-smoking room? Otherwise, the bathroom was quite clean and so were the bed linens. The room was not adequately soundproof, which is a common problem with Chinese hotels. We could hear doors opening and slamming, and vehicles tooting their horns relentlessly. Service at the front desk was robotic, not friendly in my accordance. Our rate did not include breakfast and we did not dare to try it either, since the impression we got was already less than perfect. Location was not ideal for us because it was located some distance away from People Square which was where most of our activities were based. I subsequently heard recommendations from friends that Jin-An hotel is quite decent for being a locally-owned hotel. He said it is almost an exact copy of Shangri-La and gave it's breakfast a triple A rating. Room rate is about RMB450. It is alot more than we paid at Paradise, but probably worth it in a whole.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank Lundstroemos
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Reviewed 17 June 2006

We stayed at the Yuefu Hotel in Changchun, China for two days in June, 2006, paying 430 for a deluxe room. The room was large and comfortable, though the carpet was a bit dirty (a common problem in Chinese hotels). The location was good, in walking distance of a lot of the city, including the main shopping area, and close to the Manchurian palace that is Changchun's biggest attraction. The breakfast buffet that came with our room was one of the best we have had anywhere. People at the hotel were friendly and helpful. We also found a great little Sichuan restaurant in a small alley behind the hotel, but you probably need some command of Chinese to eat there. Altogether, a pleasant and reasonably priced hotel in a nice area of Changchun.

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Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile
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Stayed: July 2017, travelled on business
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Reviewed 26 September 2015
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Room Tip: 少しでもリラックスをしたいなら、ワンサイズ大きめの部屋をよやくしましょう。ただ、期待は禁物です。
  • Stayed: November 2014, travelled on business
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