My first visit to China. I had no idea what to expect. I stayed on the 18th floor and loved the... See full review
Apr 5, 2013
This no longer belonds to the Ramada chain. It is in a dreadful loction, none of the advertised... See full review
Dec 17, 2011
Closest hotel to the airport, located within a 20 minute drive. Located within a 5 minute drive from the town center. Located within a 10 minute drive from Americans Supermarket Wal-Mart. A completely refurbished hotel in both guestroom and public areas. An International Brand Named Ramada Property. Free High Speed Broadband Internet Port provided in every room. Late check out is available upon request. Welcome fruit basket upon arrival. Breakfast for one - 70 RMB. Breakfast for two - 110 RMB. Please note that breakfast is not included in the BAR rate.
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My first visit to China. I had no idea what to expect. I stayed on the 18th floor and loved the "executive lounge" that was available. The service was exceptional and though there were no fluent English speaking staff members, they still tried
very hard at serving effectively.
It's China...I chose the no smoking room and it truly was a 'no smoking' room with no residual smell.
This hotel is perhaps a mile from the "city center" but it's pricing was unbeatable. You can walk everywhere from here or taxi's were ALWAYS available along Beijing Road.
The free wireless service did not give me 100% coverage from all locations in hotel, but I'm sure that will improve with time.
Re: Security. I went very worried about security, but left with no concerns at all. Staff never touched electronics, and the doors are manned (literally) 24 hours so there's public traffic in/out.
If you want to experience life in Guiyang, this is a great place to stay.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
This city doesn't understand 8-5. It's completely awake at 1:00AM, 7 days a week, and the street vendors (cooks) along the dining streets are there till 3:00AM.
This no longer belonds to the Ramada chain. It is in a dreadful loction, none of the advertised amenities exist, the telephones did not work, neither the internet. The rooms were ghastly and badly furnished. the food was awful and no-one spoke any
English. Worst hotel I have ever stayed in.