Would you like to save as your currency permanently or for this visit only?
Good breakfast variety. Reliable internet. Bathroom amenities (soap etc) have improved since last year. Maintenance crew noisy in middle of the night. Wake-up call was an hour late one morning. Showers a bit leaky into the bathroom.
Excelent design, great location, friendly staff most of them. expensive eatting in the hotel, staff need to be more skillful with foreign languages. Even if 9 out of ten staff was great, friendly and polite, just the bad attitude of the tenth was enough to destroy the image of the team.
Revovation so main entracne was closed during my stay
I enjoyed staying at the hotel very much. I had problem with my key. It did not work and I had to wait for someone coming up to replace the key.
Pros: This is a very nice hotel. Amongst the best I have been to anywhere in Asia, in terms of decor, service, and amenities. Free internet, and free minibar (albeit very limited). Cons: Considerably more expensive than hotels nearby with similar amenities. The in-house dining is jaw-droppingly expensive. $20 for a hamburger. $65 for the breakfast buffet. When I had a change of plans, and needed to go to Nanjing for a couple of days, they refused to allow me to alter my prepaid 10 day reservation. I was informed that I should be happy because I could leave my luggage in my room. Management has since apologized, and says that this should not have happened, and will not happen again. They offered me an upgraded room on my next visit. Conclusion: If you are on business travel, and your HR department will spring for the Kerry, go for it, you will not be disappointed. If you are traveling on your own dime, you can get a similar experience for considerably less.