Jun 14 - Jun 15
Great location, clean, modern apartments. The staff was extremely helpful and spoke perfect English. Our stay was delightful!
Jul 6 - Jul 7
We booked an apartment with 2 rooms, both were suppose to have 2 queen beds according to Orbitz. Instead we got a room with a king bed and a room with 2 single beds. How annoying is that?? I'm very tall and couldn't even fit on the bed!! Not only that, the rooms were tiny! We couldn't even fit our ...
Jun 9 - Jun 10
Staff is outstanding in their service. In fact, one concierge came to our room to show us how to operate the laundry machine as we were Chinese illiterate. When we asked to purchase an umbrella from the Sebel, the manager went out of his way to accommodate our request.
Jul 5 - Jul 6
The room is clean and neat. We really like the hotel. The only problem is the microwave didn't work. That's odd.
Jun 9 - Jun 10
Breakfast was average, they should have the ability to change US dollars to RMB but do not
Jun 6 - Jun 7
*** Jane (I think that was the name) was very good. ***The staff accommodated early check in/ late check out requests***But they speak little English***The hotel is in a busy downtown mall area next to VT101. ***Difficult to find***Make sure you have Chinese address printed for the driver***From ...
Jun 20 - Jun 21
Jun 11 - Jun 12
Jun 21 - Jun 22
Book an extended stay hotel in China
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Letting you live life while on the road
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