I stayed here while on a business trip to Dalian. The room was comfortable and clean, and the hotel itself was very grand inside with chandeliers everywhere (even in the lift!)
The negatives were that the price of food and drink is massively marked up and about 3 times what you could get at a similar hotel in China. It is nice food though, but felt liked customers were being a bit ripped off.
The pool area was nice to look at, but there were a few rules that are off-putting and uncomfortable for Westerners. For example, you must wear a swimming cap in the main pool - I have literally never used one in my life, and there were no signs anywhere saying so, and it's confusing to be told off for something you're unaware of. Perhaps they could give these out with towels?
Also, in the plunge pools in the changing area you aren't allowed to wear a swimsuit and must go in naked 'for hygiene reasons'. I was unaware, and got told off for going in in a swimsuit so got out and didn't use them again. Both these things soured the supposed 'relaxing' experience.
For an international hotel, it didn't feel very comfortable from a Western perspective. If you just need a room the hotel is fine, but I wouldn't book it for the restaurants/facilities.