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We had a blast in our stay at this hotel. Because of my Ambassador status we were entitled for a free upgrade, where they gave us probably one of the best suites I've ever stayed in.
Room is humongous, you wouldn't wanna leave the room....More
Located in a secluded bay right by the famed Thousand Island Lake, the scenary was unbeatable. With full length glass windows and balcony, it was a dream to wake every morning to this beautiful scenary. Room was spacious (all come with private balcony, small living...More
We were there for 2-day business meeting. Great lack view. Good decoration. Even provided tooth string, which is quite considerate.
Service is OK.
Thai restaurant inside the hotel was also good if you want some variety.
Location is fantastic, architecture good (but why did they build the concrete shed on the end), checkin completely incompetent. Rooms very nice. essentially no service in the restaurant worth speaking of, food overpriced and average quality. When will Intercontinental wake up, bring in professional management...More
This resort/hotel is in a spectacular location and the architects have made the most of it. Rooms look out onto the lake across several swimming pools and the interior spaces are full of light and views. The furnishings in the lobby are normal leather seats...More
In our experience we took the ride from Shanghai to Hangzhou which is a fast train, one of the best travel service in China. From Beijing, I don't know honestly, but the hotel staff will probably be able to help... More
In our experience we took the ride from Shanghai to Hangzhou which is a fast train, one of the best travel service in China. From Beijing, I don't know honestly, but the hotel staff will probably be able to help you.
Same for the travel from the train station to the hotel. It's a long ride and you will need to book transportation. If you don't have much experience in China, go with the hotel service, might not be the cheapest option, but will definitely save you the headache.
Wish you a great stay in China!