Não se aceitam animais de estimação ou de serviço.
Valores referentes as taxas administrativas estão incluídas no momento da finalização da compra, no site do Hurb.Impostos locais, taxas de serviços e resort fees podem não estar inclusas e devem ser pagas diretamente ao hotel.
Viajante, aqui o cancelamento é GRATUITO!*
Isso mesmo: se acontecer algum imprevisto, você tem a facilidade de cancelar até duas semanas após a sua compra, sem qualquer multa ou cobrança extra.
*O cancelamento grátis é válido até 14 dias após a compra (com exceção do dia do check-in ou check-in em semanas de feriados). Após este prazo, será aplicada uma multa de 20%.
*Para semanas de feriados será cobrada multa de 50%.
*No dia do check-in ou posterior ao mesmo será cobrada multa de 100%.
*Se você optar pelos créditos para utilizar em futuras viagens, poderá efetuar o cancelamento gratuito (com exceção do dia do check-in e semanas de feriados) até a véspera do check-in - sem qualquer cobrança de multa.
Baseada em 40 avaliações
Pontuação dos viajantes
Perfil dos viajantes
Resumo das pontuações
Unless you visit one of the universities
It’s extremely unlikely that you’ll choose to stay here simply because you’re visiting Guangzhou. It’s out of nowhere and it’s very difficult to travel to other places of the city. But if you’re visiting one of the universities in this mega-university town, then this is one of the options. Room was spacious. Air-con was OK. Facilities were basic. No English Channel on its TV system but it had Hong Kong’s Jade channel. Bathroom was very basic and quite worn out. But it’s OK. Problems: you could hear noises from other rooms, loud and clear. If you can’t sleep because of noises, then you’ll need to think seriously. For me, I was fine. Mosquito was an issue. They provided you with electrical turn-away-mosquito devices but it’s availability suggests an issue of concern. Again, I coped because mosquitoes are not fond of me. Hotel’s facilities were also basic. It has shuttle services to trade fair venues. This didn’t help me. It’s tea room was quite disappointing (won’t suggest you to think of coffee). It also served the function of being a convenience store. But you don’t have a lot of choices. The only plus factor was it’s breakfast. I’ll rate it as very good: 5 stars by Chinese state-run hotel standard. Plenty to choose from. From dim sum, noodles to different ways to prepare your eggs. Coffee was not too bad: meaning I have seen many worse options. If you don’t need to stay need mega-university town, forget it.
I checked in seamlessly around 9 p.m. The room was large, clean but dim - as usual for Chinese hotels. No English TV channels so you can hardly call it International. Good bathroom and shower. Breakfast fair and coffee poor. I just took the bread and jam. I did not have chance to check out the facilities. Several restaurants available. As noticed by others, the University Island is in the middle of nowhere. OK for a day. Wifi typical of China.
Acceptable but not recommended
My husband and I stayed here three times in our 3.5 weeks in China. This place is pricey for Chinese standards but we wanted to be comfortable. We appreciated having American toilets. They offer no bath tubs which I love and appreciate while traveling! The beds are basic hard Chinese beds. We are having a cold spell of 48' F and rain. We turned on our heat to 30' C around 80' F no heat! We called house keeping showed them the thermostats and said we were cold. They then opened a cabinet and gave up two extra blankets vs fixing the heat! We would recommend a different hotel!😜
I booked to stay in this hotel as it was close by to where I would be working at a university. The hotel is located in the Guangzhou University mega town where lots of campuses are based. There isn't much around there which really limited my options. Firstly, when I booked I did not hear back with any kind of confirmation. I then emailed to chase up the booking and eventually received a confirmation a week later. The confirmation was not very professional. I booked an airport pick up which cost 500RBM. I was met at the airport by two young staff, a girl and a boy who were very pleasant and smiley. They then called the driver who met us outside. The three of us (driver and two youngsters) then made our way to the hotel in an old mini-van type car. The young girl, although very pleasant spoke to me the whole way to the hotel (around 40 minutes) asking me things like "what are your hobbies". She was sweet but I'd just had a very long flight, it was 33 degrees and 11pm and I was exhausted. The airport pick up was more like a family gathering with me along for the ride than a usual hotel airport pick up experience. When we arrived the hotel looked tatty and checking in took a long time despite me being the only customer there. I asked for a taxi for the morning and they said they would have to book a car as taxis were not available in that area (this did seem to be true) and they also asked whether I would like a car back to the airport. I said as it was expensive that I'd prefer a taxi and there was a big long debate about this. In the end I just said I wanted to go to my room and left them debating. My room was ok but there were some major issues. Firstly the window did not fully close and the locks were damaged. It seemed that anyone could break in easily. Also outside my window was a huge ledge that people could walk along all the way around the hotel. I felt unsafe. The wifi was only available in the bathroom and the bed was rock hard - it was like there wasn't even a mattress on it! My room was right by the lift and the 'bing bong' lift noise could be heard from my bed. I was meant to stay for two nights but in the end I checked out after one night and went to stay at an airport hotel instead. For the money (630RBM per night) this hotel was very bad. I would not stay here again.