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Reviewed 15 January 2012

On the plus side, the rooms were big. Beds were comfortable. We felt safe.

But furnishing, hallway, bathroom fixtures were old, stained, and broken. Shower in our first room drained very slowly. Unpleasant to stand in water ankle deep at the end of your shower and next person has to wait till water drains.

No staff spoke English so you better not have special needs, like needing money exchange, make a phone call, or use the printer in their business centre.

Breakfast buffet was stale, everyday. How did they do that?

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with friends
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1  Thank TrippingAllOver
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Reviewed 10 June 2011

We stayed in severa l good hotels in China booked for us by our travel agent here in Australia.
Like most of the other reviews we used this hotel for a one night stop in order to travel to Yellow Mountain.
This hotel was the worst we have ever stayed in! The room was dark and NOT clean, the sheets on the very hard bed were torn and looked like they required another good wash in hot water.You could practically see through the thread bare towels which also did not look clean. The air conditioning in the room was not working, there were hairs on the bathroom floor, altogether an unpleasant night.
The unfriendly staff were not concerned about the comfort of the guests.
Breakfast was completely Chinese and did not look appetising, all I wanted was a piece of fruit!
There is a computer and free internet in each room.
There are several other hotels in the town that look much better, including the Youth Hostel which we inspected.

Room Tip: May be careful inspection of the room is needed
  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank inja48
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Reviewed 9 May 2011

Except for the toilet and bed sheets, the room has dirt in all edges and corners of floor and table tops. Table lamp falling off, and dirty shades. Even the hot water was irrational, water toggling between real hot and cold water as you take bath. Road noise high(even on 7th flr).

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank jackkoh
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Reviewed 30 September 2010

We stayed at the Hua Shan Hotel before and after a trip to Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) as it was the hotel suggested by our tour guide. It was OK for the purpose. The lobby was large and attractive. The rooms were nice, but the carpet was stained and the sink was cracked. In our first room, we had a strong smoke smell (in a non-smoking room) and had problems with the water pressure and temperature. The second stay was better, but the water pressure and temperature again was a bit of a problem. A few of the staff spoke some English. We had a simple meal in the restaurant which was OK. Breakfast, while advertised as Oriental and Western, offered few western choices. They did have an egg station, but the chef made only eggs over very-easy, regardless of requested style. They also had bread/toast with jam. The location across the street from the Tunxi Ancient Street and the river was nice. Also, the hotel stored our luggage for free during our visit to Huang Shan. They offered storage of valuables behind the counter and storage of normal luggage in a secure room. Storage is essential as the mountain involves many steps and a long walk to the hotel, even after the cable car ride to the top. It is best to take only a backpack or light tote bag with the essentials for your stay on the mountain.

  • Stayed: September 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank AlwaysForever
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Reviewed 10 May 2009

comfortable, clean, reasonably priced, good location by river and next to ancient street

  • Stayed: January 2008, travelled on business
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Thank egsgesplonalokvestri
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