No.379 Longkou West Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, China
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About King Court Hotel Guangzhou
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
King Court Hotel Guangzhou is situated in Tianhe district of Guangzhou, within 5 minutes' drive of Linhe West metro station. Guests
King Court Hotel Guangzhou is situated in Tianhe district of Guangzhou, within 5 minutes' drive of Linhe West metro station. Guests can take a 40-minute drive from Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport to reach the property. With history spanning over 1,400 years, the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees is accessible within 20 minutes' drive from here.
The elegant and well-furnished rooms of the hotel come with plush bedding, dark wood furnishings and wide windows with city views. Featuring modern amenities like air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, personal safe, work desk and free wired internet access, rooms are designed for a luxurious stay of guests. Modern toiletries and shower and bathtub facilities are provided in the stylish bathrooms.
Revitalise the senses with a soothing massage offered within the premises upon request. Services like bi-lingual staff, luggage storage, meeting facilities and free Wi-Fi access add to the comfort of guests.
An extensive spread of potatoes, fried eggs, stir-fried vegetables with sausage, noodles, toast and milk are served in buffet style in the breakfast. Gorge on mouth-watering Indian delights at The Tandoor Restaurant, reachable in a 15-minute drive from the hotel. Alternatively, guests can take a 20-minute drive to McDonald's for juicy burgers, French fries and wraps.
The gothic-style Sacred Heart Cathedral is located at a 20-minute drive from King Court Hotel Guangzhou.
Facilities offered in King Court Hotel Guangzhou :
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
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13 Jul 2015
Nous sommes restés 6 nuits, le service est très long au niveau du restaurant, certains sont sympathique mais pas tous
Le lieux est bien placé. Il faut qu'il une amélioration certaine dans tout les domaines
Je me suis rendu au massage, j'ai demandé à être 90 min Il n'en m'ont fait que 60 min
Un service très mauvais
Mais service médiocre !!!!!
Check-in was fine. The lobby staff spoke were courteous and spoke English OK. It was my first time in Guangzhou and mainland China. I was not yet used to the almost complete lack of English speakers, so I was relieved. Room was quite big (I had two double beds) and clean but stunk of old smoke. Don't know if there were non-smoking rooms since I was too tired to ask. No English channels on the TV. Very stiff mattress. Wired internet which appeared to be free. I guess I will find out when the credit card bill arrives.
At 5am I was woken up by a high-pitch wail, and in my half-asleep fog it took me a good 15 minutes to figure out it was the safe deposit box going haywire. Thank goodness I had not put anything in it (I couldn't get the lock to work!) since the only thing the hotel staff could do was to lug the still-screaming box out of my room.
Complimentary breakfast was buffet-style with potatoes and fried eggs, stir-fried vegetables with sausage, and stir-fried noodles, the common ingredient being grease. There was also watery gruel and toast. Tepid cola and warm, watered-down soy milk were the only drink choices I saw. No coffee or tea.
When I checked out, neither of the staff spoke English and I was not able to communicate through hand gestures that 1) I needed a printer and 2) I needed a taxi.
I stayed here because of the low price, proximity to Guangzhou East station and because an acquaintance had stayed here before. However, no taxi knew where it was, even when I showed them a map and directions in Chinese. Next time I will spend the extra money to stay at a brand-name business hotel, and better prepare myself for the utterly unique experience that is mainland China.