Ratings based on 81 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.1 Hotel condition
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by keebong from 서울
탁월한 선택Posted Jan 15, 2016 on Hotels
by A verified traveler from Australia
Great service, comfy roomPosted Jan 11, 2016 on Wotif
Great service, comfy room, nice location, overall pleasant stay
by Michael from Manila
One of the best hotel in xiamenPosted Dec 4, 2015 on Hotels
Everything is A+++++ only downside is outside hotel, subway construction on going. But still very nice location. Right across hotel is a shopping mall. A few min walk u reach shopping district of chong san lu. Free shuttle from hotel to airport. Free wifi all over the hotel. Affordable rates
Posted Nov 17, 2015 on Hotels
by bin from china
兑换的房间Posted Nov 17, 2015 on Hotels
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 30, 2015 on Hotels
by Jean-Yves from San Francico
Posted Jul 26, 2015 on Hotels
Good location, great service, nice modern room. There were some major work for the new subway so the entrance was hard to find.
by Patrice from Paris
Très satisfaits.Posted Jul 24, 2015 on Hotels
Trés bon accueil, avec cadeau de bienvenue. Petit déjeuner buffet très varié. Restaurations de qualité avec un bon service, et une bonne carte des vins.
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 19, 2015 on Hotels
by A verified traveler from Red Deer, Alberta
Nice hotel, excellent locationPosted May 5, 2015
Pros: location, facility
Cons: shuttle bus to airport is quite expensive
Location: next to China City shopping district and close to Zhong Shan Road pedestrian street
Right next to the trendy part of downtown and close to the pedestrian street (traditional shopping district). Subway construction is making the front street a mess but that will pass. Then there will be a subway station nearby, even better. Was close to the ferry terminal to Gu Lang Yu (the charming garden island in the inlet) but that ferry terminal is reserved to city residents only now, tourists have to use another one that is kind of far and inconvenient, sigh. A word about the boutique hotels on the island: they are nice and full of characters. But the island is pedestrian only, which means you will have to haul your luggage through the alley ways and steps, Venice style but without the canals, if you know what I mean. My recommendation: stay on the Xiamen side, e.g. Millennium Harbourview Hotel Xiamen, check out for a night or two with minimum luggage, check into a boutique hotel on the island, leave the main luggage at the "base hotel", then come back. That is, of course, assuming you are in Xiamen for more than a day or two.