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Days Inn Zhuo Zhan
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Reviewed 21 May 2013

After two nights in Shengyang and three nights in Harbin, we arrived at the Changchun West station via fast train in less than an hour. Taxi to the hotel was prompt and we arrived in about 20 minutes. Lobby is on the 6th floor, in a small cordoned off area within a huge shopping complex. I have booked a suite for 3 without knowing that there was no partition between bedroom and hall. So, added another smaller room for my mum last minute.

Our designated suite, room 996, was huge and as it was facing the internal shopping centre, it was blissfully quiet for a good nights of sleep. The King size and Single beds were both fluffy and comfy enough. There was even a walk-in wardrobe and dressing table/corner, nice! The bathroom was huge and bright, both the bath tub and rain showers were really very nice indeed! Costing only RMB93 more than my mum's Deluxe room, our suite was great value as it is easily twice the size of the Deluxe room!

Breakfasts served on the 8th floor is very good both in quality and range, you will be surprised by its offerings - dim sum, fried seafood, cakes, pastries, etc etc. The location within Changchun's classy shopping Zhuozhan complex is also great - high end supermarket at its basement or cheaper Walmart right across the Wanda Shopping Complex. Shangri-La is even closer, within the same block.

Overall, like most others, we were here for only one night, just to see Last Emperor's former palace - worth it to see but make sure you enter through the further entrance, 20m away from the ticket office. Changchun as of May, 2013 is undergoing lots of road works, so traffic jams are massive. Winds are also, surprisingly, very very strong during this time of the year. Wear your sunglasses ...

Taxis are also quite hard to come by, though not as bad as in Shengyang but certainly harder to find one than in Harbin. Hotel could call you for you or their bellboy will also go out of their way to 'capture' one for you - impressed but remember to tip the helpful guy. Overall, this is the BEST hotel of our 3 cities, 3 hotels and 7 nights trip. Should have stayed at least two nights here ...

Changchun is THE place to buy Changbai Moutain ginseng and Deer antelopes. The shops right in front/outside of the Last Emperor's Palace is great for such shopping. Paid only RMB25 for a good quality ginseng! Oh yes, there is also a classy food court at the Hotel's 5th floor? Buy a coupon for RMB100 and charges will be deducted at each outlet. Remember to return the card before leaving and they will return your balance amount.

Overall, though we were only at the Hotel for less than 24 hours, we do have very fond memories of our short stay here. After all, how often do you find a hotel within a shopping complex that has two entrances - wierd and rather strange, but really it is a very nice place to stay.

Room Tip: Ask for a suite if you are travelling with family, not alot more expensive than the Deluxe rooms but room size is almost double!
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with family
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Thank JChua
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Reviewed 24 September 2012

This hotel was chosen for us by our guide/ facilitator during an adoption. After seeing how we were situated with regard to shopping and restaurants I was glad we stayed at this hotel. There are several restaurants inside ( including an AWESOME Chinese cuisine restaurant right above the front desk). The breakfast buffet was tasty with a good selection of western foods and great coffee. All of the staff we had contact with in the hotel were cordial. More good restaurants and shopping ( including Walmart) within easy walking distance.
We were first assigned a large suite with a window facing the inside shopping mall. After two days we requested a identically sized suite facing the outside. The suites were well appointed with reliable internet, large bath with huge shower, tub, vanity. There was an outer dressing room with vanity and lots of closet space.Electronic safe, flat screen ( CNN in English) , three phones, mirrors everywhere, large out facing window, refrigerator. Beds were true Queen sized and comfortable. Climate control worked well. We had fresh fruit placed in our room daily. Any room needs we had were addressed VERY quickly.
Only downers were 1. Our girls' feet would be dirty after walking on the carpet a few minutes. Otherwise the room was clean. 2. The room was a bit dated as was the hotel. 3.There was an area near the front desk that had new carpeting with the strongest smell of dye I've ever encountered. 4. It was a LONG walk from our room to the desk and exit elevators where we met our guide each day. It was OK for us as we needed the exercise and the girls could run til exhaustion without being out of sight. Hallways had dark paneling and were sorta dark.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Thank ralfmalph
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Reviewed 5 July 2012

location is good, inside a shopping mall, my window (you cannot open) was facing the bustling shopping area (noisy!)
so, at the end, good experience, but probably not the best while you are travelling for business trip and you just need to relax one night

plus
location: central part of the city
inside a shopping mall (if you need something)
room OK, i had the deluxe room, you have everything you need
service at the lobby: smiling and helpful

cons:
noise in the early morning as workers were doing maintenance and staff preparing the shops
gym: smell was terrible! difficult to breath, some 'poisonous' paints
lobby: impressive noise coming from a little ice-cube making device. difficult to talk!

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Francesco_Motta
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Reviewed 17 February 2012

My wife and I stayed at this hotel for five nights while adopting our daughter. We were very comfortable. The Days staff are overwhelmingly friendly and kind, and will do their best to make you feel at home even if nobody's English is exactly fluent. They ask you to sit down when visiting the front desk, and you get a glass of warm water while you're sitting. The bellmen and housekeepers were all eager to please when we visited.

You want a room on the "Deluxe Floor." The first room we were shown, which also wasn't nonsmoking, was dingy and small. The deluxe room was much better. The layout of this place is a little screwy -- it takes up several floors on two sides of a large upscale shopping center. You arrive on the ground floor, check in on 6, eat breakfast on 8 and walk through the mall to get to the fitness center. You actually cross above the mall to get from one side of the hotel to the other.

Breakfast is decent if not a little greasy. The fitness center is very small and does not have a pool. There is no bar. Room rates seemed pretty comparable to the other properties in town, though higher than you might find in Beijing.

The place is centrally located and has another shopping center with a Walmart right across the street. The food court in the attached mall is great and very inexpensive, but be warned that nobody who works there speaks English. You may find a helpful customer or two. We did.

  • Stayed: February 2012
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Thank childbride84
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Reviewed 3 June 2011

Days hotel is located just behind Shangri-la (that looks a bit dated actually) and is less than 10 mins by taxi from the train station! Its connected to an upmarket shopping center and has food places all around (wal-mart was just across the street!) The staff were very helpful and polite and the room comes with a buffet breakfast which is quite a good deal too! I was upgraded to a deluxe room and the room was HUGE (and basically was like a studio apartment with a living room, a dressing room and a bedroom!)

  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank haejina
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