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The Langham, Shenzhen
No.7888 Shennan Boulevard, Futian District
Posted 7 Apr 2015
I have stayed in many hotels of different classes in China (including Hong Kong and Macao). The hot...
Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai
No.1177, Wanghai Road, Nanshan District
Posted 7 Mar 2015
*Nice enough hotel, executive rooms small for the price paid *Construction noise as of March 2014, ...
Sunris Prosperous Airport Hotel
No.1028 Jichang Sixth Road, Bao'an District
Posted 27 Aug 2014
I went there due to the proximity of the hotel to the airport. Broken mirror, mouldy walls, yes its ...
The Kitchen Coco Park - CLOSED
144 Min Tian Road, FUTIAN
Posted 5 Feb 2013
To be fair, you cannot expect a fantasic gelato in Tibet. Or great dim sum in Venice... The food i...
City Inn Shenzhen Window of the World
No.9037 Shennan Avenue, Nanshan District
Posted 4 Aug 2012
Three words, noisy, moldy, dirty...I think that pretty much sums it up. Its more like a 1980s motel...
The Westin Shenzhen Nanshan
No.9028-2 Shennan Road, Nanshan District
Posted 4 Aug 2012
Given the price and class of this hotel, one would have expected better service. But this was unfor...
Shenzhen Window of the World
No.9037 Shennan Road, Nanshan Districy
Posted 11 Jul 2012
Shenzhen Window of the World, is a Kitsch place, with miniature replicas of some of the more well kn...
Happy Valley of Shenzhen
Overseas Chinese Town, Nan Shan District
Posted 19 Mar 2012
Best Western Shenzhen Felicity Hotel
No.1085 Heping Road, Luohu District
Posted 19 Jul 2011
Shenzhen is not really a place for tourism, and Best Western represents shenzhen quite well. Yes be...
Railway Station Hotel
New Raillway Station Building, Jianshe Road
Posted 19 Jul 2011
There are actually two railway station hotels..I think some reviewers might have been mistaken for t...