I am from Australia and I stayed here for four nights while waiting for my long-term apartment to be available. For the money you pay, this is a good hotel. I could not fault the cleanliness of the room. The bed, though a little hard by western standards, was still quite comfortable. The food at each meal I had was of an excellent standard with good variety to choose from to suit most tastes, although if you are hoping for western-style food, forget it!Smoking is permitted everywhere, but that is normal in China, though hard for a non-smoking westerner to get used to, especially in the dining room. The young girls at reception were efficient and business-like, but I don't think friendliness was in their vocabulary, even in mandarin! However, the one young man who worked there was more pleasant, and even went out on the street to help me flag down a taxi one morning.
The internet is available by wireless or ethernet, and is fast but not free.
The hotel is situated on a very busy intersection - like most intersections in Zhengzhou! Traffic is horrendous, and you can expect traffic noise throughout the night, though it lessens in the early morning hours. The noise intrudes even with the windows closed, especially on the ground floor where I was. Another annoyance was the constant, repetitive, dreamy elevator music that was played all day from about 6:45 a.m. till about 10:45 p.m., loud enough in the corridor outside my room to be heard even over the traffic noise!
Graham from Zhengzhou, China
Located in the heart of Zhengzhou, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Zhongyuan University of Technology, Geological …More
Chose this hotel because it is a 5 minute walk to the train station. I would rate this hotel is cheap and cheerful. It's not fancy but the room was comfortable and the bed was was good. A nice breakfast was available for a small fee.
Traveller from Alberta
Located in Luolong, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Luoyang Ruins of Sui and Tang Dynasty, Sui and Tang Dynasty Town …More