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Asta Hotel Shenzhen

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Hotel was good, but they asked for 1000 RMB security deposit. i respect their policy, but they must mention it at the time of booking. I am traveling from India and like me, who are coming from out of china, might not have this much RMB in their pocket. If they had mentioned it at the time of booking, I would have been made provision to provide security deposit and bought it when I was in India. Apart from this, they don't have any staff, who can fluently talk in English. Although, one person was able to understand only few words in english, but he didn't understand completely what I was trying to say. Every time, they pull up online translator and ask us to speak in that, then they speak and ask us to listen translation. If they want to provide international service, they must employ few staff who can able to understand and speak english. Apart from this, room was good, wifi was good, room were clean and no noise disturbance. All the things were quite good, but I had given three star only because of language problem.

We recently attended a Conference in Shenzhen and were accommodated here. The Asta Hotel is extremely well situated - the Metro stop is immediately outside the front door to the hotel. There are many restaurants in the vicinity and the Conference Centre is a short walk away. The rooms are very comfortable - the internet is reasonable. Two of our colleagues went for an in-house massage and they were suitably impressed. The only downside here was the fact that we were not very conversant in Mandarin - the staff are very friendly and helpful, but English can be a little problem at times.

I was there for a mtg. Staff was friendly and food was good. The good thing about this hotel is the air purifier in all the rooms and corridor. Chinese restaurant renovated. Food was good. Lots of restaurants and foot massage around the hotel. Night market just opposite the hotel

The hotel is not bad in location, equipment and decorations but the service I got really didn't deserve them. I drank coffee at room because the breakfast coffee tasted terrible and also one day I saw a cockroach climbing outside the coffee machine. Therefore, everyday I left some coffee mud in the cup, for 5 days, I had to wash the cups in the room by myself. (My colleagues had the same treat). Only on the 6th day, I received a note from my "housekeeper" who claimed that the clean lady was not sure whether she should clean my cups because of these residues... Well, right beside the coffee cup that day, I left another cup with a used tea bag, it seemed like that the clean lady was also not sure whether she should wash a cup with a soaked tea bag (no tea inside)...i see, she is a doubter. Nevertheless, not like other hotel, my sleep wear left on bed appeared everyday in different places (or should I say, floor and corners) in a same way: rubbed into a ball. For 7 days, it's like a game between me and the clean lady called "where u throw my sleep wear today". On the opposite, one of my colleagues who happened to live on the executive floor, his clothes have been taken out from his suitcase and sent to laundry without permission just because he used the hotel laundry bag to put dirty clothes. Again, it was taken from his suitcase! One day, I left room in a rush and didn't lock the door (the door alarm didn't beep). So my room had been straight opening to everyone live on the same floor for almost 2 hours till I returned. (Luckily nothing has lost). Next day I met an old lady in hotel uniform (maybe my "housekeeper") when I left the room. "You left your door opened all night, you know that?" she laughed at me. I don't see any reason to laugh at me at this point, shouldn't it be your responsibility to lock the door for your guest after you realized that the guest didn't mean it? It's a shame for a hotel costs 150 dollars per night that the staff only knows how to laugh at guests. After all, I felt very happy to check out. Btw, the 2 boys in concierge were the only normal hotel staff. I was waiting for a taxi at lobby while chatting with this security staff. Once he knew that I was trying to catch the last fast train leaving the city, he told me something like it takes at least 30 minutes to the train station this time (10pm) and u r definitely going to miss the train. He also kept telling me to take train from a much further station which according to him "only less than 20min if u take the metro". I had lived in Shenzhen for a while (luckily) but I don't understand till today why he told this wrong information to me. Luckily, the taxi arrived and brought me away from this nut. 11 minutes to train station. As for sure, I will not return this hotel. It's a nightmare.

Although it is a big hotel with pretty hefty prices, it is not that amazing. We asked for a smoke free room and as we entered the room it was clear to us that it was not free of smokers smoke. Changed rooms - got a better one - but then realized that in the bathroom the fan is connected to other smoker fans so we had a smoke free room with a smokers bathroom. Staying there you could really see that when the hotel was new it was a great hotel but over time it has amortized and no renovations have been made. Despite all that, the staff was friendly, some of them actually spoke English (not that this is something they would have to do) and they helped us in all the ways they could!

Was here for 2 nights, it was pretty nice. Kingsize bed size I had the room for myself. Beautiful view too, sad that breakfast wasnt included as the price was already a bit "high". Staff was friendly, but maybe difficult to communicate if you dont know mandarin.

Got a shock when I realised someone had entered my room (room service) even when I've indicated "Do Not Disturb". Pros: - Walking distance to some shopping malls, exhibition centre, food street, and market - Train Station is just right outside the hotel Cons: - Service staff were generally unfriendly (eg: Staff ignored me when I needed help in getting a cab) - Privacy is an issue. They continue with the room service even when I put up the "Do Not Disturb" sign. - The free WIFI in the hotel room generally doesn't work. I had never once connected to the internet using their WIFI during my 3-Night stay over there. - Carpets in the room have stains. The good thing is that they provide bedroom slippers.

An old hotel, ideally located in HuangGang, mins away from the custom border to HK. You can locate lots of foods and entertainment nearby, very busy area. Don't expect too much in the room, all basic stuff and not modern Only recommended for their location

The service is friendly; despite the fact that most of them don't speak English, they really make an effort to help you if you don't speak Chinese. If you are a foreigner in need of more English help at a hotel, you should not stay here. But, if you don't need so much English, it's a good place. Good location in the city, great breakfast (buffet! love it), great gym, and THE SPA IS AMAZING. Even if you don't go to stay with them GO TO THEIR SPA. I got a full body massage and cupping treatment there and it changed my life, pretty much. A lot of people have issues with their rooms. They think it's outdated and it might be, but I didn't really notice so much. The beds were huge and comfortable. The bathrooms were nice. I'd stay there again, though I wouldn't recommend it for foreigners in China who need English and more comfort.

The food is wonderful. The one fault it has, is the accommodation, very old and dated and the carpets have a very damp smell. The air conditioner in the room is terrible, will not go below 22C on hot days, hardly moved off 24,25 degrees C and we had it set on 18C.We live in a colder climate so could not sleep at night because we were far too hot. We complained about it, but they could not rectify the problem. The rooms could do with a good spring clean.

No. 28, Fumin Road, Futian District Shenzhen Guangdong

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Fitness center
  • Spa services

Located in Central Business District, Asta Hotel Shenzhen is a leisurely stroll from sights such as Coco Park and Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center. This 328-room, 4.5-star hotel has 3 restaurants along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a fitness center. Located centrally in Shenzhen, it's also near Huanggang Border Crossing and Huanggang Port.


Dining

There are ample dining options with 3 onsite restaurants, including Mirazur French Teppanyaki, which specializes in French cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. Start your day off with buffet breakfast, available for a fee.


Rooms

All of Asta Hotel Shenzhen's 328 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, minibars, and free newspapers. Guests can expect 32-inch TVs with cable channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free bottled water, safes, and phones are also available.


Property features

At Asta Hotel Shenzhen, guests have access to a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 2 meeting rooms. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for CNY 300 per vehicle one way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a business center, free newspapers, and a porter/bellhop.

Room options

Classic Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Asta Kingbed Room

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Asta suite

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Deluxe family room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

84% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 158 reviews