I stayed here with a group on a business trip, Although the hotel was clean, checkin in was extremely long, If you like super hard beds then this is the place for you. The beds are so hard it is the equivalent to laying on concrete, I had the worst nights sleep here. No English is spoken on reception fortunately though a couple of people in our group were Chinese and were able to help us. No mini bar in room just an empty fridge unplugged. a few stains on carpet and the carpet is wearing out in places,This hotel is supposed to be a 4 star hotel I think it is more of a 3 star.
I stayed here number of times. The oldest hotel in Weifang, a bustling industrial town. There is a shopping mall nearby with lots of roadside eateries. The hotel has very good dining and one should taste their own freshly brewed beer. Good breakfast with options for bread, sausage etc. Prefer to stay in future also
This hotel was one of the better ones of our China trip. Not amazing but an honest clean reliable hotel. Rated as a generous 4 stars, might be a little questionable but overall I would be happy to stay here again. Location is very interesting with bakery's, street food, street markets and shopping malls just around the corner. :-)
Room cooling did not work at all in my room. I waited until after dinner and the room was still hot and muggy with warm air blowing from the register. About 10:30, endured roughly a hour of frustrating phone transfers to housekeeping, who brought a fan to the room; when this was obviously not the solution, they wanted to move me to another room across the hall around 11 p.m. Fortunately before I moved, we checked the cooling in the new room and found the AC off there also. FINALLY, a miracle occurred: around midnight the front desk assured me that the room would become cold in 5 minutes. When I asked why, the informed that they had “opened” the cooling to the rooms on this floor. Indeed the room cooled dramatically until about 3:30 a.m., when the air flow again was warm and I woke unable to sleep because the room was hot. Around 4 a.m., the front desk requested that housekeeping “open” the air conditioning again and the room cooled for a couple hours. What was worse is that the general air quality in my room was horrible: full of dust or particles that resulted in a gritty feeling in my eyes. Spent much time flooding eyes with eye wash. No hot water in the lavatory, only in shower, so if you want to shave or wash up with warm water, forget about that. WiFi easy and worked reasonably well. "D bar” on first floor had great food, but no draft beer available as advertised. Waitress was very surly and would not talk to me, but preferred to talk directly to my Chinese friend even though I am capable of ordering food and drink in Chinese. ONE small roll of toilet paper! Why don’t many Chinese hotels supply enough TP? The hotel was unable to book a train ticket for me, instead informing me that the train station was near. Booking a train ticket in a provincial train station with limited command of Chinese can be a daunting prospect, if you are successful at all. I was lucky this time; thanks to assistance of the hotel's front desk clerk Zhang Li Xia, I took taxi to train station at 5:30 and was back at hotel by 6:00 a.m. ticket in hand. I checked out a day earlier than planned: just didn’t want to fight all the little issues I was having with the hotel. As I left, an Assistant Manager followed me to the taxi promising to make up for the problems during my next stay. THE ICING ON THIS CAKE: Almost a month later, Booking.com contacted me to claim I was a No-Show at the Weifang Internation Financial Hotel. After citing my credit card receipt and pointing to my review of the hotel I’d provided to Booking.com, the hotel backed down and admitted I had stayed there. Very disappointed in the integrity of this hotel and the “service” provided by Booking.com as an agent for the hotel.…
The city is not one that offers a huge rage of hotels. I stayed there just for two days but in my opinion this is the best stay you can have in this city. We had a concert in the theater on the opposite side of the road. Next to the hotel on the right side is also a mall with a market so it's was easy to live in such a city