133000 square meters of land. Elegantly designed European-"style" interiors. 12 ball rooms (quite why you would need 12 I do not know ... answers on a postcard), 9 conference rooms, banquet hall, gymnasium, pool, table tennis room, etc... All the trimmings of Western elegance with Chinese necessities. Take with a pinch of salt but if 'five-star' treatment is what you are after then for a "small" city in China this place should do for a couple of days. It seems many foreigners stay whilst passing through our city. I did once wait twenty minutes for my parter's Martini and lemonade in the bar, so not all things are perfected and the construction work is ongoing. Rooms very comfortably (and lavishly) decorated ... you may not stay anywhere quite like it again!
The Jin Jiang sits very nicely on the north bank of the river. There is a lovely walk towards the city's commercial centre, The GOlden Square where you can observe fishing, a little wildlife and the city's inhabitant's going about their days (or afternoon naps) and the changing landscape of Ganzhou.
When I moved here in 2011 the Jin Jiang was the only five-star but has since been matched by the (slightly better located) Grand Skylight Hotel. A little competition never hurt anybody.
Offers full breakfast buffet and lunch/dinner menus. Also available to non-guests for between RMB70-150 which, if you haven't tasted a fry-up in a little while makes for mouth-watering appeal.
An ordinary Chinese hotel well situated in Ganzhou. You are near the old town and at walking distance from the floating bridge and the City walls.
The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The restaurant of the hotel is good but close very early. At eight pm, it was impossible to eat. We have had to go to the food supermarket just opposite the hotel and buy a picnic.
The staff is very helpful and kind. They give us good advices about bus, restaurant and different directions.
Aliens No No Hotels are hotels which are not allow (by the Chinese government) to take foreigners, the counter girls won't entertain you, they usually say " No no, we no take foreigners !!! "
This kind of rules is set by the Chinese government to make sure foreigners never stay in any non-star-hotels, they believed foreigners must pay much more in those 3,4,5,6 star hotels.
At the main bus station, I came across such 'Aliens No No Hotel', the girl simply turn her face away, " No we do not take aliens..."
Baiyun (Bai Yun) Hotel (Bai Yun = White Cloud), located next to main bus station, roughly 10 seconds walk from the bus station, and roughly 2 minutes taxi from main railway station. Cost RMB100 per double bedroom with bathroom attached, tv, a/c, clean, nice city view at 10th floor. Breakfast included!
Around the main bus station has millions of hotels, cheap stay, restautants, and a huge internet club on the fourth floor with 200+ desktop PC, new setup, fully seated, up-to-date hardwares!
City buses, motorcycle-taxi, taxi, etc, etc, all can be seen right in front of this hotel. There are many super cheap hotels opposite the road, cost RMB8 per head, share toilet.
This tip is built on the spot. Cost RMB2-3 per hour depends on types of internet services.
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