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Good average hotel. Room overlooked rooftops to the distant limestone karsts. Once more air conditioning was poor and adjustment not available. However it was a pleasant enough stay for a short term in this area
A typical tourist budget hotel. Rooms were clean, beds hard and smelled a bit stale. Our room had a window overlooking a central covered courtyard area, the best rooms are apparently on the outside. Handy for a walk into town, with plenty of late opening...More
Not worth name or rate.
Smoke smell everywhere, also in the rooms.
Breakfast is almost only for Chinese (and maybe not!).
Bathroom are clean, by the way...
Only position is central, in front of the center.
Inadequate air-conditioning detracted from an otherwise pleasant stay. If there is one place where air-conditioning was essential, it was Yangshuo! I have never been to such a humid place, it beats Mumbai and Chennai at their worst. The location of this hotel is excellent, right...More
We walked to this hotel from the River Cruise tour. Our rooms were large. The guide had already explained that because of the humidity of the area and the mountains it was difficult to keep the rooms aired. There was a dehumidifier in the room....More
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I am not 100% sure but I believe that they can be bought at the front desk and at a Kiosk in the main pedestrian area which I think is called International Street. You will not miss this street as it is on the main tourist... More
I am not 100% sure but I believe that they can be bought at the front desk and at a Kiosk in the main pedestrian area which I think is called International Street. You will not miss this street as it is on the main tourist route and the kiosk is near the top end away from the river.
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"Try and avoid a room whose windows open onto the atrium."