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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited here with family of 2 small kids. It is not a luxury hotel, but good choice of a low budget hotel with big rooms for children to play. The hotel is very Chinese, so there might be some difficulties to manage by a person not speak Chinese. E.g. Hotel stuff not really communicate in English, TV is completely...

Thank Juha K
Guangzhou, China
Reviewed 24 February 2016 via mobile

I stayed here for 2 nights. I have no complaints with the room I stayed in. The hotel itself looks a bit dated and could do with a clean but the rooms where fine. Breakfast was traditional Chinese so defiantly won't be for everyone. I think the hotel has changed names. Also it looks like it has been refurbished as...

Thank Woodster554
Reviewed 14 July 2012

I am not one to expect a hotel in the middle of a small town in China to really be at 4 or 5 star level as advertise:however, this place is beyond ridiculous. The staff seem to all be novices at their jobs. The Chinese buffet breakfast appears to be left over food that needs to be gotten rid of....

4Thank towy75
Guangzhou, China
Reviewed 2 July 2012

As part of a film crew working in this boondock of a town, I had the distinct displeasure of staying here for months at a time. Overall, the worst part about being here was dealing with the staff. They have absurd ways of doing things and defend those ways, rather than actually try to make some sense. Let me enumerate:...

1Thank WhereAmIGoing2
San Francisco, California
Reviewed 14 June 2011

we were a group and booked 3 hotel rooms. all of the room had dirty carpets. I found pieces of broken glass and asked them to vacuum the floor. there were empty boxes in the vanity tray there were suppose to have tooth brush or comb inside. In the morning when I pass by the cleaning maid, I did not...

3Thank vivihu
Reviewed 25 July 2010

Its too much better than expected for a small town. Little far from the center, but excellent attention. Big and luxury room. Is the best hotel I have stayed in China. And one of the cheapest. The hotel has some stores in the outside, but are not open yet. Absolutely recommended.

1Thank Jcakel
Hong Kong
Reviewed 19 March 2010

We stayed here for one night over Christmas 2009. It’s a fairly new hotel located on the outside of a private estate. We couldn’t find any restaurants or shops close to the hotel that were open as the rest of the estate was still under construction and vendors have yet to move in, but the hotel restaurant does ok food...

1Thank Travel_Lover_HK
Kaiping, China
Reviewed 3 February 2010

Hello, my name is Steven. I am a local interpreter/ tour guide for foreign businessmen and travelers in Kaiping and the greater Guangdong area. Because of the nature of my work, I have the opportunity to stay in almost all of the hotels in Kaiping. If you ever need my help finding a hotel, interpret for you or be your...

1Thank Steven G
Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Reviewed 16 October 2009

The check in was fast and without much hassle. We were given the pool-view room with balcony and with the hotel within an upcoming housing estate so there are new blocks of unoccupied apartment across our room. Nevertheless the view from our room is still a pleasant one. There is a construction of new apartment next to the hotel block;...

Thank mispiggy

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  • Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
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Additional Information about Helen Bergh Hotel

Address: No.1 Sanjiang Avenue, Chanagsha District, Kaiping 529300, China
Region: China > Guangdong > Kaiping
Price Range: $43 - $65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 102
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