Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road, Xiamen
Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road, Xiamen
Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road, Xiamen
Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road, Xiamen
Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road, Xiamen
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Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road

Xiamen, Xiamen

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chris r
11 Jun 2019 - Pasangan
A quiet underdeveloped albeit peaceful and safe Chinese speaking only neighborhood area. Eateries offering duck noodle dishes and fishball soups. 2 Fruit stores with reasonable prices. Easy to hail a taxi just outside this hotel. Cool aircon, and clean rooms. Knowledge of spoken and script Putonghua indispensable. Honest and friendly experience here.
RHStracey
15 Des 2017 - Wisata sendiri
The Hotel is clean and average in its facilities as one would expect from the cost. It is however let down by the service. No member of staff can speak English and make no attempt to help. To have one or two front office staff who could speak English would cos the hotel no extra. I was surprised at the lack of English as the hotel is in an area where there are many international tourists and round the corner from an important international University A Chinese friend phoned the hotel and asked to leave a message for me and the reply was "no"! I wasted no time in moving to a more helpful hotel.
kenishere
12 Jul 2018 - Keluarga
The staff don't speak Chinese even though the location is near Xiamen University. Location is good. Lots of restaurants around. Room quality is so so. People smoke in the lobby. Communicating with the staff is a pain as they don't speak English. WiFi is slow. Make sure to download VPN before entering China.
Bubba C
12 Mar 2019
Clean, quiet, secure. Perfect for a low budget visit to the area - I needed walking distance access to Xiamen University. No English spoken but translation apps solve that. Front desk was very helpful at check in, getting the correct wifi password (took a couple attempts), and getting me a taxi to the airport. No meals in situ but plenty of great little restaurants nearby.
kelsenz2019
06 Des 2019
Jumping off the taxi in the front gate and look around: generally good environment with some quietness on the streets amongst one of the noisiest and traffic-jammed part of the city, and the pedestrian flow is low; looking at the lines of trees sprouted out from the side of the pedestrian walks, it quite been bestowed a "green", "clean", and "simple" kind of sentiment. But hold my beer. Dragging my luggage up the dusty yellow marble stairs (no slopes) with hiatus and nicks, I had to push through manually an electric door with fingerprints, paints all over its aging mustard-like glass in order to pound my feet (a euphemistic way of saying sliding for the sand on the ground) on the somnolent lobby floor. The check-in process was smooth, despite a little fuss at the greasy fob and a piece of wrinkled antique card paper that did its best in holding it before the possibility of being out-of-use and recycled in eternity, and, I gave this a huzzah on behalf of Greta Thunberg. As per the other review above (or maybe below), I can confirm the elevator was functional but quite daunting with faint glimmers of white sprinkling down from the incandescent light, with dirt from construction projects in the building all over the place and floor covered by a piece of wood to ensure traction, and whilst going up in a slow velocity I felt it trembling like when a plane going through turbulence. Stepping out of the elevator, there is the staircase to the left still under construction subjecting to the baking July sun, which, I will take later in circumventing the traumatising experience in the elevator; and to the right, was the corridor of open room doors (hence good ventilation, duh) and that kind of cold, bleak and remote feeling comparable to that of Frankenstein streams up my vertebrae and crystalised like how Elsa built the castle in Frozen. Only walking through rooms of open doors did I realise that I was, probably, the only guest at this hotel--a mere insinuation of how poor the condition was that it could be emptied bottom-up, all but me, in the busiest vacation time of the year that no one would tolerate staying there, and the construction guy by the staircase who tried to punch nails on the hotel wall with a hammer in the 35°C Southern China-weather. I opened up my door and, at first sight I had no much objection despite the vague smell of unfresh air and the over-simplicity of the room; form follows functions, right? Nein. I took a closer glance, only to realize that the bed was infested with extremely small black dots (maybe bugs?)... All over the sheets... The air conditioner was out of order and could only blow air (which was warm) from the outside, and not to mention the moldy smell it emitted; the table and the seats were full of dust that I doubted if anyone had even settled in this room; the internet was also dysfunctional, embroidered itself as the salient flower amidst the already 5G-streaming China. It was only a matter of 30 minutes that I deliberately checked out of the hotel (if you even want to call it hotel lol) and looked forward to Hualuxe on the other side of the city, where I took a in-depth to end my struggle with the stickiness and odor from accidentally lying on this "hotel's" "bed". Overall, once you unveiled that facade of this hotel, you will find yourself in a interminable agony under the roof of a decrepitness. Not to mention I booked the "Business Room".
Location
No. 5 Fengchaoshan Road, Siming District, Xiamen, Fujian, CN
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Check-in & check-out time
Check-in time:
12:00
Check-out time:
12:00
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Di mana alamat Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road?
Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road beralamat di No. 5 Fengchaoshan Road, Siming District, Xiamen, Fujian, CN
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road?
Waktu untuk check-in di Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road adalah mulai dari pukul 12:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 12:00
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Jinjiang Inn Xiamen University Zhongshan Road?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Lift
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4.0
From 459 reviews
Kebersihan
4.0
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
4.0
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
11
Keluarga
4
Wisata sendiri
7
Berlibur dengan teman
5
Bisnis
3
chris r
11 Jun 2019 - Pasangan
A quiet underdeveloped albeit peaceful and safe Chinese speaking only neighborhood area. Eateries offering duck noodle dishes and fishball soups. 2 Fruit stores with reasonable prices. Easy to hail a taxi just outside this hotel. Cool aircon, and clean rooms. Knowledge of spoken and script Putonghua indispensable. Honest and friendly experience here.
RHStracey
15 Des 2017 - Wisata sendiri
The Hotel is clean and average in its facilities as one would expect from the cost. It is however let down by the service. No member of staff can speak English and make no attempt to help. To have one or two front office staff who could speak English would cos the hotel no extra. I was surprised at the lack of English as the hotel is in an area where there are many international tourists and round the corner from an important international University A Chinese friend phoned the hotel and asked to leave a message for me and the reply was "no"! I wasted no time in moving to a more helpful hotel.
kenishere
12 Jul 2018 - Keluarga
The staff don't speak Chinese even though the location is near Xiamen University. Location is good. Lots of restaurants around. Room quality is so so. People smoke in the lobby. Communicating with the staff is a pain as they don't speak English. WiFi is slow. Make sure to download VPN before entering China.
Bubba C
12 Mar 2019 -
Clean, quiet, secure. Perfect for a low budget visit to the area - I needed walking distance access to Xiamen University. No English spoken but translation apps solve that. Front desk was very helpful at check in, getting the correct wifi password (took a couple attempts), and getting me a taxi to the airport. No meals in situ but plenty of great little restaurants nearby.
kelsenz2019
06 Des 2019 -
Jumping off the taxi in the front gate and look around: generally good environment with some quietness on the streets amongst one of the noisiest and traffic-jammed part of the city, and the pedestrian flow is low; looking at the lines of trees sprouted out from the side of the pedestrian walks, it quite been bestowed a "green", "clean", and "simple" kind of sentiment. But hold my beer. Dragging my luggage up the dusty yellow marble stairs (no slopes) with hiatus and nicks, I had to push through manually an electric door with fingerprints, paints all over its aging mustard-like glass in order to pound my feet (a euphemistic way of saying sliding for the sand on the ground) on the somnolent lobby floor. The check-in process was smooth, despite a little fuss at the greasy fob and a piece of wrinkled antique card paper that did its best in holding it before the possibility of being out-of-use and recycled in eternity, and, I gave this a huzzah on behalf of Greta Thunberg. As per the other review above (or maybe below), I can confirm the elevator was functional but quite daunting with faint glimmers of white sprinkling down from the incandescent light, with dirt from construction projects in the building all over the place and floor covered by a piece of wood to ensure traction, and whilst going up in a slow velocity I felt it trembling like when a plane going through turbulence. Stepping out of the elevator, there is the staircase to the left still under construction subjecting to the baking July sun, which, I will take later in circumventing the traumatising experience in the elevator; and to the right, was the corridor of open room doors (hence good ventilation, duh) and that kind of cold, bleak and remote feeling comparable to that of Frankenstein streams up my vertebrae and crystalised like how Elsa built the castle in Frozen. Only walking through rooms of open doors did I realise that I was, probably, the only guest at this hotel--a mere insinuation of how poor the condition was that it could be emptied bottom-up, all but me, in the busiest vacation time of the year that no one would tolerate staying there, and the construction guy by the staircase who tried to punch nails on the hotel wall with a hammer in the 35°C Southern China-weather. I opened up my door and, at first sight I had no much objection despite the vague smell of unfresh air and the over-simplicity of the room; form follows functions, right? Nein. I took a closer glance, only to realize that the bed was infested with extremely small black dots (maybe bugs?)... All over the sheets... The air conditioner was out of order and could only blow air (which was warm) from the outside, and not to mention the moldy smell it emitted; the table and the seats were full of dust that I doubted if anyone had even settled in this room; the internet was also dysfunctional, embroidered itself as the salient flower amidst the already 5G-streaming China. It was only a matter of 30 minutes that I deliberately checked out of the hotel (if you even want to call it hotel lol) and looked forward to Hualuxe on the other side of the city, where I took a in-depth to end my struggle with the stickiness and odor from accidentally lying on this "hotel's" "bed". Overall, once you unveiled that facade of this hotel, you will find yourself in a interminable agony under the roof of a decrepitness. Not to mention I booked the "Business Room".
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