The hotel is arranged around an internal courtyard with an artificial stream running through it, creating a calm and pleasant atmosphere. The rooms are located off balconies which wrap around and overlook the courtyard. The courtyard is where breakfast is served.
Little or no English is spoken, we were able to communicate with staff only with the assistance of other guests or with our guide when he was there.
Breakfast was Chinese style, no western options available, but it was good and tasty.
The room was large and, as with many of the hotels in which we stayed in China, there was not a separate bathroom. The basin was in the room and, rather oddly, the toilet was in an etched-glass cubicle and the shower was accessed from the toilet cubicle, also etched glass, so not much privacy.
The room also had a bath-tub, which again was in the room, on a slightly raised platform in the bay window, with a chiffon curtain between the tub and the rest of the room; perhaps part of the Honeymoon theme, though we saw no sign of honeymooners staying there! The clientele was standard holidaymaker.
I liked the hotel, my partner thought the room was a bit odd.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking