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Ibis had sold this hotel to a local company and changed its name to Chenggong International hotel. The hardware is still there except for the change in management. We all know too well about the managerial skill of Mainlanders. It is still a good deal...More
We wee booked here for 3 nights in august. We stayed the first night as we arrived late. The room was terrible. There was an awful smell of smoke, the bed was wrecked. Hand prints on the walls. The bathroom looking like it was robbed...More
As the trip was budget concious, will always be hit and miss when choosing a budget hotel. For three nights we paid £60 pounds. Our planned trips meant an early start so we didn't go for breakfast option. Restaurants next door and the city wall...More
Spent 4 nights at Chenggong International Hotel. Booked a deluxe single room. Good-sized room with comfortable bed. Small but clean bathroom with all the usual amenities, good hot water and water pressure. Room was very clean and well maintained during my stay. View from back...More
I liked this hotel as it was conveniently located right inside the south city wall, so it was easy to wander through the gates into the new town There are bus stops just outside if you wish to use public transport plus a very handy...More
Response from Piggiesnorter | Reviewed this property |
Definitely a bus. It is a straight road for the train station. Call hotel for which bus to catch, from memory there are 3. Taxis take you the LONG ROUTE and are rude. Bus fare is equivalent to 20p, taxi£10.