Weifang Dong Fang Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Weifang, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Weifang Dong Fang Hotel is a hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms.
The hotel features a concierge, room service, and currency exchange.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as TaiHuaCheng ZhongXing ShangYeJie (3.0 mi) and TaiHua XinTianDi MeiShiJie (3.0 mi), guests of Weifang Dong Fang Hotel can easily experience some of Weifang's most well known attractions.
If you like seafood restaurants, Weifang Dong Fang Hotel is conveniently located near Xiao LuoHao Seafood.
Enjoy your stay in Weifang!
This hotel is not really a top hotel but it's good. The room are big, everything is available there, position is not bad from business point of view. The only terribile thing from my point of view it has been breakfast. From the other perspective, price is really cheap.
I stayed here with a colleague for 2 nights. Check in was relatively smooth. The rooms we were given were in Tower B which apparently were not as nice as those in Tower A which had gone through some remodeling. The room was clean but there was telltale signs of neglect. Towels were sanitized and individually sealed in bags and there was even detergent for your undies! What was not cool was the shampoo and body soap that was provided. It felt as if it as an AirBnB experience. Sleep quality was good though the there was no thermostat to control the temperature. So I had to turn the fan off as it was just too warm for me. Breakfast at the restaurant downstairs was a good spread and the coffee was very decent. Overall an ok stay.
We spent three nights at this hotel attending a reunion. Like many Chinese hotels, there is an impressive and very spacious lobby. Check in was smooth since we had an interpreter with us. Passports are essential in staying at any hotel in China. English is limited so be prepared for sign language. This is a very large hotel with several banquet rooms and an assortment of bars and restaurants. It is a confusing layout and it takes a while to find your way with an A and a B building. The room was great with a king size bed, comfortable chairs and a shower that is difficult to manage. Toilet paper is a premium in many hotels in the interior since tourists take toilet paper rolls for use in their travels. many public rest rooms have no paper so a roll from the hotel is always handy Breakfast is an interesting combination of Western and Chinese food. A chef cooks omelettes or fried/scrambled eggs. Coffee is a problem if there is a large group since a coffee machine dispenses single cups and often seems to run into problems. The hotel is close to the Kite museum in Weifang and to the Weihsien Internment Camp Park and museum both of which are well worth visiting. There is an interesting process for ordering room service. Orders are placed through the front desk. A woman appears very shortly with a menu. You make the order and pay her in cash and the food is delivered. If you need laundry or dry cleaning, the process is very similar except payment is made when the garments are returned.…