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All reviews korean restaurant one night nice hotel breakfast buffet four star hotel shower pressure good sized rooms comfortable beds free wifi the air conditioning panda sanctuary shopping and restaurants couple of nights public areas stayed here for nights nice stay convenience store
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Reviewed 10 April 2018 via mobile

We spent four nights in the Tianfu Sunshine Hotel, a four star hotel, in Chengdu, China. The hotel was very comfortable, the staff was very friendly and helpful and the hotel was centrally located. We stayed in Chengdu so we would be near the panda research centers which were about an hour away.

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
1  Thank bethie44
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Reviewed 8 April 2018

A very beautiful hotel and the room was nice too. A lovely comfortable bed nice and soft (the Chinese prefer hard beds). Tea and coffee were provided in room and the buffet style breakfast was also good with a fair and varied choice. Good location. My only complaint was no air con. We were very lucky to have hot weather at the start of Spring but apparently the government do not allow air con until the summer time. (It is allowed in public areas).

Date of stay: March 2018
1  Thank Alfred J
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Reviewed 9 March 2018 via mobile

We stayed here for 4 nights while visiting Chengdu from New Zealand. There were English speaking staff who were all very helpful. The cleaning team noticed little things and provided a great service. Would recommend this hotel to others and it will be our first choice when we return.

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
3  Thank camerony59
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Reviewed 29 January 2018

Stayed in this hotel as part of a tour package (party of three). Tianfu Sunshine Hotel is located on Taisheng South Road 太升南路 which is also called “cellphone street”. There are shopping malls and a few restaurants nearby, while the Taisheng South Road subway station (Line 4) is a 5 minute walk from the hotel. There is also a 24-hr convenience store nearby, also around a 5 minute walk.

The hotel lobby was decked out in Christmas decorations during our stay. There’s an open air gift shop (selling mostly tea), as well as a vending machine. You can also avail of three flavors of hot tea in the lobby – for free. The flavors of the tea that I was able to note include: Siraitia grosvenorii tea or luo han guo tea (a sweet gourd) 羅漢果茶, longan red dates wolfberry tea 桂圓棗杞茶 and buckwheat tea 苦荞茶. You can also exchange foreign currency in the hotel, albeit there are limits. Staff can speak average English.

Unfortunately it seems that the hotel thought (or were informed) that there were only two guests (we were three), so the original room reserved for us on the 10th floor was quite small (the extra bed, which was to be set up on the spot, would not fit at all). Luckily, a receptionist quickly transferred us to another room on the 9th floor which was more spacious, although it was facing a busy intersection on the main street. This time, the extra bed fit after some modifications to the layout of the room. Fortunately, the windows are all double-glazed, so minimal sounds were coming in through the window. We were able to sleep well in the five nights we were in the hotel.

The room has a lot of amenities – aside from the usual amenities expected, there were also sturdy slippers, weighing scale, stapler and clips, blow dryers, shaving kit, bathtub, spoons and knives, laundry and shopping bags, as well as a personal intimacy kit (for a fee). There was also a mask that you can buy in case it got too polluted. Their wi-fi is also really fast. Their TV lineup has CNN and HBO – both a real plus. The brand of their tea in the room, however, is just Twinings – I was hoping they’d use a local brand of special tea instead. The area outside the sink needs some cleaning though. In addition, the water pressure of the toilet is weak – it can get clogged easily with tissue paper, so flush regularly or throw your tissue in the waste basket. They also have an exhaust fan which I appreciate. Shower pressure is also strong which makes bathing nice.

For the five breakfasts we had at the hotel, these were the food options in detail:
- Fried rice, sautéed noodles, vegetables (including a cauliflower and bacon dish which was not bad), grilled tomatoes, beans in tomato sauce, onion rings (on alternate days, they serve potato wedges instead), sausages, bacon, spicy shredded squid, salted duck eggs, spicy bean curd shreds, black fungus and a do-it-yourself tofu pudding station (savory)
- Western style pastries (danish, croissants, banana bread, small muffins, etc.) and different kinds of bread (They also had a small loaf of black bread for you to slice and toast yourself. You place the slice of bread in one end of the toaster, and wait until it comes out of the other end)
- Juices (apple, orange and grape), lemon water, warm water, black tea and coffee (mix it yourself with milk), and a Chinese cereal drink maker (Job’s tears/adlay and red bean 紅豆薏仁, black sesame seed and corn 黑芝麻五谷, and black rice walnut 黑米核桃). All the Chinese cereal drinks were tasty and not too cloyingly sweet.
- Canned fruits in syrup (lychees, pineapple and fruit cocktail), cantaloupes, watermelons, bananas, a Western style salad bar, a Western style cold cuts station, and packed flavored yogurt (served with straws)
- Western style cereals and dried fruits, crullers, soy milk, hot milk, cold milk, mini pancakes, boiled eggs, fried eggs, an omelette station (I have not seen anyone order an omelette in the five times I’ve had breakfast there), rice congee, millet gruel, oatmeal (with milk), black rice cake, steamed sponge cake, steamed bread (mantou), steamed stuffed buns (with meat), and a noodle station. Some noodle dishes you can order include tofu pudding noodle bowl 豆花麵, dan dan noodles 擔擔麵, san he ni 三合泥, a sweet mix of glutinous rice, sesame seeds and walnuts, and a spicy beef noodle bowl 紅燒牛肉麵. There's also a non-spicy clear noodle soup topped with mushrooms 清湯面 if you prefer.

Overall, this breakfast spread had a lot of variety compared to the previous hotels in China that we've stayed in. I can highly recommend this Western-friendly hotel if the price is right, despite some improvements that they can use in their rooms.

Date of stay: December 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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2  Thank 3lgdz
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Reviewed 20 December 2017

Located a busy area of downtown, hotel is close to shopping and restaurants. Short bus trip (or taxi) to People's Park which is a must see for any visitor to Chengu. 10 minute walk to the Wuhou temple. Bus or taxi to Panda Sanctuary which is one of the top attractions for any visit to China. Rooms are very comfortable with wifi, personal safe and a nice bathroom. Breakfast buffet offers a reasonable variety of dishes; more than adequate,

Date of stay: October 2017
Thank robp28461
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