This Home Inn is situated on Ruijing Road, about 15 minutes walk to Mingguogong Park and the Metro Station. There are several Universities nearby, so basically it is a University town with many cafes, stationary and bookshops, restaurants, and parks. It is not far away from town if you take a bus or metro. In front of the hotel is the bus-stop to town and other areas, right across the street there is a supermarket where you can buy whatever you need.
I think this is the biggest and nicest hotel chain in the neighborhood, oh! the Mc Donald's is just few shops away, where you can get your breakfast if you sick of the Chinese Breakfast already.
I paid Y155 per night, which is consider cheap in a big city like Nanjing.
Pro: always clean and same as other Home Inn, great neighborhood, great rate!
Con: I could not figure it out how to connect with their internet in the room, no one came to help, anyway I only stay for one night.
I will stay here the next time I visit Nanjing!!
I stayed just one night. It was a short taxi ride from the station - 3.2 km, so just over the 9RMB minimum.
Hotel was clean and comfortable. The bed was unusual for China in being soft, not the usual wooden box.
No lift though.
Shower was hot.
TV but I never watch Chinese TV
This place doesn't look all that promising from the outside but the room I had was a business room and was lovely and large with a large cable TV, a/c, chair, armchair, stool, desk and a very modern and clean bathroom. The bed was lovely and comfortable with some very soft bedding! This particularly branch is well located in the centre of the city, fairly near some restaurants, cafes and nightlife at Nanjing 1912 as well as the metro. The staff helped me out by provided washing powder so that I could wash my clothes in their washing machine! My room cost Y168 but I think there are cheaper ones from Y136.
This was a 3 star hotel right in the middle of the centre of Nanjing. We walked to the main street (Hanzhong/East Zhongshan Road) where there were lots of department stores and food halls etc. The hotel was also close to Xinjekou Station.
The staff was extremely helpful and friendly although their English was not the best. The room itself was comfortable. Clean, fridge, satellite TV. Business centre.
I have included a scanned copy of the hotel card with Chinese name on it and the general location from the back of the hotel card.
350 Yuan a night
Our tour group checked into the Nanjing Hanzhong Hotel for a night's accommodation. It is a local 3-star hotel. Me and hubby were given a triple sharing room (1 queen size double bed and 1 single bed), and the room was spacious. However, the big room has its down side too. Due to its size, a long time was required to heat up the room.
The room and toilet was quite clean. Breakfast was the standard fare - fried noodles, fried rice, "baos" etc.
stayed here for work for two nights, this hotel is less than a year old and the room I got was very very spacious (a studio sized room over 1000') would definitely recommend this place coz everything was spanking new and just a nice place to come back too, plus the location is not bad as well
view of Nanjing's Shanxi Road and ZhongShanBei Road
Ming Gu Hong Hotel is near the Ming Castle, and two blocks from the Hilton Nanjing. It is located at the east side of the city. We are satisfied with the hotel for the price (RMB180). It is considered clean., and self air-cond control. They have friendly staffs. And it is quiet and very green neighbourhood.
It looks fine from the outside of the hotel. Well, we paid RMB158 for a night. Unfortunately, we had a nightmare staying there as they turned off their air-con after midnight during the summer. It took us 20-minutes walk to the shopping districts with shops and hotels at Zhongsan Road.
That hotel is in the north of Nanjing and quite close to the railway station. It is a three-star hotel and has about 200 standard rooms and six deluxe suites. (according the staff).
Actually I was quite satisfied with the hotel, just one thing was troubling. Till almost midnight almost every hour I got call from girls who asked for ... massage. Funny: I changed my voice and pretended to be a female when I answered the call. Anyway, I was asked if I am interested. But when my girlfriend answered the call those girls cut the line at once..
Wang Jiang Lou Hotel overlooks the Chang Jiang. It is located at the cross junction of Jiang Bian Lu and Zhong Shan Bei Lu.
This is a tourist star budget hotel.
It is located about 20 mins away from the town.
It welcome you with a busket of small tomatoes once you checked in. If you forgot to bring along facial cleansing cream and lotion, these necessities can be found in the bathroom, of course, they will charge you.
Some special 'least rated' movies to help you relax from a day's walk.
Its walking distance to Hunan Road. It takes about 15mins walk to the main cross road of Zhongshan Lu and Hunan Lu.
The rooms are very clean and the toilet its out of this world for the price you are paying.
Will not say its a very good view but staying up at the 18 floor, you can see most part of Nanjing.
They also have got very cheap laundry next to the internet room. This will be a good place to wash your cloth.
Nanjing is however, an easy city to navigate and taxis and public transport are cheap and efficient here so location is not as important a consideration as it may be in other cities.
There are good mid range (RMB300-RMB500) Hotels scattered about the city, most provide similar services and facilities. One exception however is the Central Hotel, which is a luxurious hotel in the heart of the city. If it's not the peak time for tourism,you can definitely get discount. So good luck!:)
The Jinling Hotel is the city's most exclusive hotel and there are a variety of restaurants located in the hotel. You can go to the basement for a Bavarian/Chinese mixture, to the second floor where you find Western and Japanese and there is a restaurant on the top floor over looking the city.
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