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This was probably a grand hotel in it's day and still has some very grand elements like the impressive marble stairs, however when you look closely it is a bit tattered and worn.
we stayed 4 nights and the room was large and comfortable. Beds...More
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Response from Curious760443, 公关经理 at Grand Metropark Hotel NanjingResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for your comments. We'd like to see you are satisfied with the stay at our hotel.
We will keep providing the qualified product and service. Welcome to choose our hotel again!
N32°02'32.1 E118°49'05.2" (WGS-84) This skyscraper 5-star hotel, with helicopter landing on the roof, on the East Zhongshan Road is next to the Nanjing Museum and near the Purple-Gold Mountain with the Dr. Sun Yatsen tomb. From the red metro line 2, exit 1 of Ming...More
This lovely modern hotel was absolutely incredible. I arrived early, and had a chance to upgrade to the Executive Suite for a small fee. The room was amazing, with desk, chairs, great view, and an actual maid! Loved it.
location - good - not in the centre - so u avoid morning traffic when leaving.
rooms - spacious - well lit - comfortable
wifi speed - very good
breakfast - top notch
highly recommended - excellent value for moneh
This hotel has a grand foyer, a good Western selection at breakfast, and nice staff. There are a few Chinese restaurants situated around it, and a 24hr small convenience store. The subway station is SUPER close (a 5min walk) & 3 stops away you are...More
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When I recce'd the hotel for our company I saw several variations of rooms, all had windows looking outside. If this is a priority I suggest specially requesting this when you book, and when you check in remind them of this... More
When I recce'd the hotel for our company I saw several variations of rooms, all had windows looking outside. If this is a priority I suggest specially requesting this when you book, and when you check in remind them of this too. We are a company of 60 & no-one complained of wall views so I have a feeling the majority of the rooms have views. FYI: There's a tiny Japanese restaurant downstairs that does really nice, clean food. For those nights you don't want room-service!