Marine Garden Hotel, Xiamen
Marine Garden Hotel, Xiamen
Marine Garden Hotel, Xiamen
Marine Garden Hotel, Xiamen
Marine Garden Hotel, Xiamen
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Marine Garden Hotel

Xiamen, Xiamen

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Ben L
29 Jan 2017 - Keluarga
This is rated a 4-star hotel on Gulangyu Island which is off the coast of Xiamen. About a 20 min ferry ride from the city. The hotel was very large but the maintenance of the hotel was poor. Rooms were old and badly needing update. The breakfast buffet offered large assortment of western and asian food choices but the quality was below average. The dinner restaurant food quality was below average as well. The island is a tourist area but not worth staying on the island as lodging is not very good. Better choices of hotel in Xiamen. Room temperature was very hot and you could not control in the room but you could at least open the windows. Wi-fi was free.
Nuffster
25 Apr 2009 - Pasangan
My SO and I have stayed in a wide range of hotels in China, in a wide range of places. Our suite at the Marine Garden was above average, but not quite "very good". Carpets were very stained and like other hotels we've stayed in, even very high end ones, the carpets are not vacuumed daily. As other reviewers have noted, there are no elevators in this hotel and lots and lots of stairs, so it wouldn't be great for the elderly or disabled. There is an indoor pool, but it is not heated, as advertised. There is a guy who stands around in a gym suite occasionally and pops in and out of the area, who may presumably be acting as a life guard. You have to wear a swimming cap in order to use the pool. We just came from the Sofitel in Hangzhou, where the concierge was just about the most helpful concierge I've ever encountered, so perhaps I judge this hotel's concierge desk unfairly. But the concierge and service in general strike me as indifferent (with the exception of one bell hop who picked us up from the port and gave us a tour of the island... very nice, talkative guy). We stayed in the standard suite. Beds are hard, but softer than most Chinese hotels. I personally like the firmness. Pillows are fine, bathroom is clean, though the shampoo and soap provided in dispensers is pretty low grade. We've also had a hard time finding wall outlets to fit even Chinese appliances. Be aware that mosquitoes are thick on this island. Bring insect repellent. Mosquitoes still manage to sneak into the room and I woke up this a.m. with about 20 bites on my face and arms, despite never having opened the door or window... eek. Finally, food on this island is pretty terrible, compared to comparably priced restaurants in Shanghai and Hangzhou. Some of the small seafood restaurants are dishonest and overcharge you for seafood sold by weight, by overstating the weight of the item. Make sure you watch the item being weighed in front of you before you consent to the price! Also, there is not really much street food, which we really enjoy. The tang yuan (soup 'balls') we've had were not made with fresh seafood. Seafood 'pancakes', freshly fried in small alleys and sold to passing tour groups (which the island is thick with), were better. On the other hand, fresh fruit is plentiful and sometimes good.
Moostro
04 Mei 2016
This is such a common example of a four star Chinese hotel. They had the money to build it, but they never spent the money to maintain it. The carpets in the hallway smell like a mixture of a wet dog, mildew, and dog urine. The air-conditioners in the room turn on, but I did not find that it ever change the temperature. I believe all of those air filter should be cleaned or REPLACED. 2 people in my group of 5 came home last night with a low fever. Breakfast was quite all right beautiful location. I was totally shocked to find out when I ask at the front desk that they do not have maps of this tourist attraction island for their hotel guests.
Yau_Kantsi
01 Agt 2018 - Berlibur dengan teman
I was at this hotel just to take launch. The restaurant was clean and neat with variety of Chinese and continental dishes, the dishes are nice and tasty. don't miss it. it is one of the best in the Gulangyu Island. I was just there to eat I don't know anything about the rooms.
Helen A
05 Nov 2009 - Berlibur dengan teman
This hote is on the Gulang yu island off the coast of Xiamen. It's a fun location a short ferry ride away from the city, and it's attraction is the crumbling colonial mansions and the fact that there are no motorised vehicles on the island. It is also a great favourite with Chinese tourists so don't expect it to be peaceful in the main parts of the island. The hotel is modern and had quite good facilties - but I second the comment about the carpets. Here as elsewhere in China they don't seem to be able to keep the carpets clean or vacuum them regularly and you end up sharing your room with other people's toenail clippings. No wonder they provide disposable slippers - wear them! The island is quite rocky and the hotel has lots of different levels and no lifts, so it was a bit of an effort getting around it. Definitely not suitable for disabled or infirm people. The staff seemed friendly and helpful but internet was a huge rip off, and I was not able to find anywhere on the island offering it either. Breakfast was combined western/Chinese with a very good choice of both. We didn't eat dinner here but got ripped off in one of the seafood restaurants as described below. It's just a bit tricky when the menus are only in Chinese knowing what to order. That said it was not an expensive meal by UK standards, just by Chinese ones. But today China is a land of contrasts - in the same day you can pay 60p for a meal and then £20. It's in a good location with a nice view of a beach and a garden. The hotel has an elecrtic car which can collect you and your luggage from the ferry. It's only 5 minutes walk to the main touristy areas. I used the pool which in October was heated - it's an indoor underground pool of massive proportions so you can get a proper swim here. It also has a lifeguard and I had to buy a swimming hat (15 Yuan) in order to use it.
Lokasi
27 Tianwei Road, Gulangyu, Xiamen, Fujian, CN
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Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
15:00
Waktu check-out:
12:00
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Di mana alamat Marine Garden Hotel?
Marine Garden Hotel beralamat di 27 Tianwei Road, Gulangyu, Xiamen, Fujian, CN
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Marine Garden Hotel?
Waktu untuk check-in di Marine Garden Hotel adalah mulai dari pukul 15:00 dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 12:00
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Marine Garden Hotel?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Fasilitas Rapat
  • Fasilitas Anak
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Parkir
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Fasilitas Rapat
Fasilitas Anak
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Taman
Klub kesehatan
Antar-jemput gratis ke pelabuhan feri
Fasilitas Umum
Teras
Ruang tamu
Surat kabar gratis di lobi
Hewan Peliharaan
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Review

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4.0
Dari 191 review
Kebersihan
4.0
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
4.5
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
4.0
Pasangan
3
Keluarga
4
Wisata sendiri
0
Berlibur dengan teman
3
Bisnis
1
Ben L
29 Jan 2017 - Keluarga
This is rated a 4-star hotel on Gulangyu Island which is off the coast of Xiamen. About a 20 min ferry ride from the city. The hotel was very large but the maintenance of the hotel was poor. Rooms were old and badly needing update. The breakfast buffet offered large assortment of western and asian food choices but the quality was below average. The dinner restaurant food quality was below average as well. The island is a tourist area but not worth staying on the island as lodging is not very good. Better choices of hotel in Xiamen. Room temperature was very hot and you could not control in the room but you could at least open the windows. Wi-fi was free.
Nuffster
25 Apr 2009 - Pasangan
My SO and I have stayed in a wide range of hotels in China, in a wide range of places. Our suite at the Marine Garden was above average, but not quite "very good". Carpets were very stained and like other hotels we've stayed in, even very high end ones, the carpets are not vacuumed daily. As other reviewers have noted, there are no elevators in this hotel and lots and lots of stairs, so it wouldn't be great for the elderly or disabled. There is an indoor pool, but it is not heated, as advertised. There is a guy who stands around in a gym suite occasionally and pops in and out of the area, who may presumably be acting as a life guard. You have to wear a swimming cap in order to use the pool. We just came from the Sofitel in Hangzhou, where the concierge was just about the most helpful concierge I've ever encountered, so perhaps I judge this hotel's concierge desk unfairly. But the concierge and service in general strike me as indifferent (with the exception of one bell hop who picked us up from the port and gave us a tour of the island... very nice, talkative guy). We stayed in the standard suite. Beds are hard, but softer than most Chinese hotels. I personally like the firmness. Pillows are fine, bathroom is clean, though the shampoo and soap provided in dispensers is pretty low grade. We've also had a hard time finding wall outlets to fit even Chinese appliances. Be aware that mosquitoes are thick on this island. Bring insect repellent. Mosquitoes still manage to sneak into the room and I woke up this a.m. with about 20 bites on my face and arms, despite never having opened the door or window... eek. Finally, food on this island is pretty terrible, compared to comparably priced restaurants in Shanghai and Hangzhou. Some of the small seafood restaurants are dishonest and overcharge you for seafood sold by weight, by overstating the weight of the item. Make sure you watch the item being weighed in front of you before you consent to the price! Also, there is not really much street food, which we really enjoy. The tang yuan (soup 'balls') we've had were not made with fresh seafood. Seafood 'pancakes', freshly fried in small alleys and sold to passing tour groups (which the island is thick with), were better. On the other hand, fresh fruit is plentiful and sometimes good.
Moostro
04 Mei 2016 -
This is such a common example of a four star Chinese hotel. They had the money to build it, but they never spent the money to maintain it. The carpets in the hallway smell like a mixture of a wet dog, mildew, and dog urine. The air-conditioners in the room turn on, but I did not find that it ever change the temperature. I believe all of those air filter should be cleaned or REPLACED. 2 people in my group of 5 came home last night with a low fever. Breakfast was quite all right beautiful location. I was totally shocked to find out when I ask at the front desk that they do not have maps of this tourist attraction island for their hotel guests.
Yau_Kantsi
01 Agt 2018 - Berlibur dengan teman
I was at this hotel just to take launch. The restaurant was clean and neat with variety of Chinese and continental dishes, the dishes are nice and tasty. don't miss it. it is one of the best in the Gulangyu Island. I was just there to eat I don't know anything about the rooms.
Helen A
05 Nov 2009 - Berlibur dengan teman
This hote is on the Gulang yu island off the coast of Xiamen. It's a fun location a short ferry ride away from the city, and it's attraction is the crumbling colonial mansions and the fact that there are no motorised vehicles on the island. It is also a great favourite with Chinese tourists so don't expect it to be peaceful in the main parts of the island. The hotel is modern and had quite good facilties - but I second the comment about the carpets. Here as elsewhere in China they don't seem to be able to keep the carpets clean or vacuum them regularly and you end up sharing your room with other people's toenail clippings. No wonder they provide disposable slippers - wear them! The island is quite rocky and the hotel has lots of different levels and no lifts, so it was a bit of an effort getting around it. Definitely not suitable for disabled or infirm people. The staff seemed friendly and helpful but internet was a huge rip off, and I was not able to find anywhere on the island offering it either. Breakfast was combined western/Chinese with a very good choice of both. We didn't eat dinner here but got ripped off in one of the seafood restaurants as described below. It's just a bit tricky when the menus are only in Chinese knowing what to order. That said it was not an expensive meal by UK standards, just by Chinese ones. But today China is a land of contrasts - in the same day you can pay 60p for a meal and then £20. It's in a good location with a nice view of a beach and a garden. The hotel has an elecrtic car which can collect you and your luggage from the ferry. It's only 5 minutes walk to the main touristy areas. I used the pool which in October was heated - it's an indoor underground pool of massive proportions so you can get a proper swim here. It also has a lifeguard and I had to buy a swimming hat (15 Yuan) in order to use it.
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