Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel, Shenzhen
Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel, Shenzhen
Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel, Shenzhen
Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel, Shenzhen
Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel, Shenzhen
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Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel

Shenzhen, Shenzhen

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Lixendee
27 Agt 2012
Saya menginap di hotel ini hanya satu malam pada Maret 2012, dengan melihat foto di web, kamarnya terlihat sangat modern, bersih dan rapi. Tapi saat kami tiba, saya melihat kamarnya seperti mimpi buruk saja. Karpetnya sungguh..sungguh... bahkan saya tidak akan melepas sandal saya seratus tahun lamanya, saya harus tidur dengan kaus kaki saya dan seluruh tubuh saya takut untuk menyentuh selimutnya. Terdapat banyak noda di atasnya dan saya menemukan rambut manusia (ya, saya tidak ingin berpikir lebih jauh tentang bagian tubuh mereka yang lain). Warnanya tidak putih, itu berwarna krim dan halus. Kamar mandinya juga kotor dan WC nya banyak sekali noda, aku harus menggunakan pembersih cair milik saya sebelum saya duduk. Mereka tidak menyediakan sabun mandi dan sampo, sebaliknya saya menemukan produk minyak yang bertulisan untuk menambah kekuatan pria, kondom, dan segala hal yang mereka letakkan di kamar mandi dimana terlihat bahwa hotel ini menyediakan hal-hal yang dibutuhkan oleh pasangan kencan kilat. Sebenarnya tidak masalah bagi kami. Tapi tolong rapikan sisa-sisa dari tamu lama sebelum tamu baru datang atau paling tidak, gantilah seprainya. Saya rasa mereka tidak memiliki banyak seprai untuk diganti setiap hari di setiap kamar. Dan handuknya sangat kumal hingga saya tidak sanggup menyentuhnya. Puncaknya, para pegawainya hanya sedikit mengerti bahasa Inggris jadi kami harus berbicara seperti Tarzan pada mereka, dan itupun masih tidak membantu. Mereka juga berkelakuan buruk dan saling berteriak satu sama lain seperti halnya mereka berbicara pada tamu, mereka tidak mau repot-repot berjalan beberapa langkah ke depan kami untuk berbicara, mereka berbicara pada kami dari seberang meja resepsionis. Sungguh merupakan mimpi buruk menginap semalam disana, tapi jika Anda ingin menginap untuk alasan lain dimana tidak ada seorangpun peduli dengan kebutuhan Anda selama menginap disana, maka hotel ini merupakan hotel yang bagus untuk bersembunyi.
RichardClay
20 Jul 2008
Saya menginap selama satu malam di Kamar Double Deluxed. Kamar itu sangar kotor, berbau rokok dan furnitur yang sudah usang, padahal kamar itu bukan kamar standar. Pelayanan, resepsionis dan manajernya pun sangat kasar. Hal ini sangat jauh dari apa yang saya harapkan ketika melihat foto-foto dan informasi di internet. Jauhi saja hotel ini.
Elizabeth F
22 Mei 2019 - Wisata sendiri
Firstly this hotel does not give you details how to get there. I asked everywhere and finally got an answer. It was 10pm at night and al the escalators had been turned off so here I was trying to drag my suitcase up 2 fights of a turned off escalator then down two flights to the hotel. At the desk no one spoke English, the hotel shops were shut and no bottled water was available or food for that matter. I don't know how of the hotel was but however old it was no one had ever vacuumed or cleaned the carpet or anything else since its opening. The bed was like a mortuary slab but after travelling for 14 hours I had to sleep but my back felt like I would never walk again the following morning. Absolutely the worst bed ever. Also the mould in the bathroom triggered my asthma as it had never seen mould removal either. What bothers me is that I booked this hotel on the Qantas site thinking that if it was on there it was OK. It gave three stars - well are you kidding me? If anything it should have been minus 3 stars. My tag key would not open my room so I gave it to the housemaid to get another one for me when she opened my door but I did not receive one so when I checked out there was a great problem that I didn't have the key - they were not going to refund my 200 yuan which they had taken off my credit card ( NB I had refused to leave a cash deposit because you are at the border and if you are going to Hong Kong you are stuck with 200 yuan you don't want) No one could speak English and a Mexican standoff ensued because the desk person was copying down all my cc information into a book - I grabbed my card and the information and got out of that Hotel quick smart. Now, for what it is worth, the hotel is next to the huge shopping centre which people go to Shenzhen for and within it and around it there would be at least 1 Million people who speak English, I know this because I have been there about 8 times so I don't believe for one moment my Hotel could not find anyone to speak English - because the man who ran a shop in the hotel spoke English to me. It is a disgusting hotel with equally disgusting people working there. Stay a ong way away from this place.
CJ C
08 Des 2016 - Berlibur dengan teman
It was close to Shenzhen Railway Station, and Luohu Border Gate across the pedestrian walking bridge. Severl land distance buses are available for the guests to take at the corner of the Hotel. At the same time, some Shenzhen city bus routes can be taken in the nearby bus terminal. The Shenzhen river could be seen from the room we stayed. Farther away beyond the river was the Hong Kong Territory. The room was old and small though rated as a "luxury" with higher room charge. The poker-faced staff at the reception desk did not let us feel comfortable.
Juanito_Hayburg
07 Jul 2014 - Keluarga
I owe most of my travel mistakes to lack of adequate research, specifically via the marvelous new service called internet. Thus, when I had thought escorting my 84-year old mother on an overseas odyssey was going to be only mildly challenging, my s-i-l raised her eyebrows and questioned my common sense. And right she was; don't get me wrong, I love my mother and this is an excellent way for me to honor her and I am certainly the best person to undertake such a task--I have enormous experience travelling, domestic and overeseas. It was relatively easy--until formally entering China proper. You see, Hong Kong is a special administrative region (01JUL2014, a full suffrage demonstration was held; the similar demand for democracy on Tianamen Square held some two decades ago was throttled) and one must go through a rather exhaustive customs/immigration/inspection/formal border crossing with passports/visas into Shenzhen if you want to go further into China by land. In my case, we were taking train 586 to Chengdu (that is another great/terrible story I'll post in the forum) for which I had tickets waiting. As always when in an unfuamiliar place, I do a dry run. I couldn't believe how difficult it was for us to cross; it reminded me of when I and my two children were crossing from Mongolia into Russia on the Trans-Mongolian. Anyway, I soon realized the time required meant eliminating a third overnight in Hong Kong and staying in Shenzhen instead, close to the train station. The closest hotel was this fine establishment. It was an phenomenal difficulty to book a room here--my Catonese (you use Mandarin in the North) is seriously limited--and virtually no English was spoken by any staff. But the motions are all pretty much the same anywhere around the World in most hotels. Despite the friendliness of the staff, it took me, literally, hours to not only book the room (#817), but then to try to reverse that because I didn't want the room immediately, only for the the following night. It was extremely frustrating, but I did finally make headway. When we returned the next day, they were ready. Much to my mother's pleasure, this room had a Western style toilet in the bathroom with ample hot & cold water. Both beds were the way I like them: rock hard. You'll appreciate that if you've ever been on a spongy/soft mattress (like the one I have at home, which I hate and frequently spend my nights on the floor) because your back will hurt. Anyway, there was an odor in the room, perhaps that of aerasol treated smoke, which was kind of given away by the fag burns on carpet & furniture. Since my mother has limited mobility--uses a cane and wheelchair at times--the lift was more than appreciated. In fact, the presence of an elevator is often the sole determining factor in my choice of overnight location. I won't argue with the other reviews, but his hotel turned out to be a tripsaver for us. Had we not been able to stay here and kept my original plan of entering from Hong Kong the morning of our Train 568 departure from Shezhen Railway station West, we would have missed not only the train, but would have put a servious cramp into further planned travel inside China as well as having lost significant amounts of money already put toward ticket purchases, overnight stays, etc. I am thankful this hotel was available and we were able to get in. Thank you, Overseas Chinese Hotel!
Lokasi
No.1009 Heping Road, Luohu District
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Waktu check-in & check-out
Waktu check-in:
8 AM
Waktu check-out:
noon
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Di mana alamat Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel?
Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel beralamat di No.1009 Heping Road, Luohu District
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel?
Waktu untuk check-in di Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel adalah mulai dari pukul 8 AM dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul noon
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Shenzhen Overseas Chinese Hotel?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Lift

Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Lift
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Snack bar/deli
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Binatang peliharaan atau binatang penuntun tidak diizinkan
Hewan peliharaan dibolehkan
Kesehatan & Medis
Sauna
 

Review

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Ayo menginap di akomodasi ini dan kasih tahu pengalamanmu dengan menulis review.
3.0
Dari 60 review
Kebersihan
3.5
Kamar
3.5
Lokasi
4.0
Layanan
3.5
Nilai
3.5
Pasangan
0
Keluarga
2
Wisata sendiri
3
Berlibur dengan teman
2
Bisnis
6
Lixendee
27 Agt 2012 -
Saya menginap di hotel ini hanya satu malam pada Maret 2012, dengan melihat foto di web, kamarnya terlihat sangat modern, bersih dan rapi. Tapi saat kami tiba, saya melihat kamarnya seperti mimpi buruk saja. Karpetnya sungguh..sungguh... bahkan saya tidak akan melepas sandal saya seratus tahun lamanya, saya harus tidur dengan kaus kaki saya dan seluruh tubuh saya takut untuk menyentuh selimutnya. Terdapat banyak noda di atasnya dan saya menemukan rambut manusia (ya, saya tidak ingin berpikir lebih jauh tentang bagian tubuh mereka yang lain). Warnanya tidak putih, itu berwarna krim dan halus. Kamar mandinya juga kotor dan WC nya banyak sekali noda, aku harus menggunakan pembersih cair milik saya sebelum saya duduk. Mereka tidak menyediakan sabun mandi dan sampo, sebaliknya saya menemukan produk minyak yang bertulisan untuk menambah kekuatan pria, kondom, dan segala hal yang mereka letakkan di kamar mandi dimana terlihat bahwa hotel ini menyediakan hal-hal yang dibutuhkan oleh pasangan kencan kilat. Sebenarnya tidak masalah bagi kami. Tapi tolong rapikan sisa-sisa dari tamu lama sebelum tamu baru datang atau paling tidak, gantilah seprainya. Saya rasa mereka tidak memiliki banyak seprai untuk diganti setiap hari di setiap kamar. Dan handuknya sangat kumal hingga saya tidak sanggup menyentuhnya. Puncaknya, para pegawainya hanya sedikit mengerti bahasa Inggris jadi kami harus berbicara seperti Tarzan pada mereka, dan itupun masih tidak membantu. Mereka juga berkelakuan buruk dan saling berteriak satu sama lain seperti halnya mereka berbicara pada tamu, mereka tidak mau repot-repot berjalan beberapa langkah ke depan kami untuk berbicara, mereka berbicara pada kami dari seberang meja resepsionis. Sungguh merupakan mimpi buruk menginap semalam disana, tapi jika Anda ingin menginap untuk alasan lain dimana tidak ada seorangpun peduli dengan kebutuhan Anda selama menginap disana, maka hotel ini merupakan hotel yang bagus untuk bersembunyi.
RichardClay
20 Jul 2008 -
Saya menginap selama satu malam di Kamar Double Deluxed. Kamar itu sangar kotor, berbau rokok dan furnitur yang sudah usang, padahal kamar itu bukan kamar standar. Pelayanan, resepsionis dan manajernya pun sangat kasar. Hal ini sangat jauh dari apa yang saya harapkan ketika melihat foto-foto dan informasi di internet. Jauhi saja hotel ini.
Elizabeth F
22 Mei 2019 - Wisata sendiri
Firstly this hotel does not give you details how to get there. I asked everywhere and finally got an answer. It was 10pm at night and al the escalators had been turned off so here I was trying to drag my suitcase up 2 fights of a turned off escalator then down two flights to the hotel. At the desk no one spoke English, the hotel shops were shut and no bottled water was available or food for that matter. I don't know how of the hotel was but however old it was no one had ever vacuumed or cleaned the carpet or anything else since its opening. The bed was like a mortuary slab but after travelling for 14 hours I had to sleep but my back felt like I would never walk again the following morning. Absolutely the worst bed ever. Also the mould in the bathroom triggered my asthma as it had never seen mould removal either. What bothers me is that I booked this hotel on the Qantas site thinking that if it was on there it was OK. It gave three stars - well are you kidding me? If anything it should have been minus 3 stars. My tag key would not open my room so I gave it to the housemaid to get another one for me when she opened my door but I did not receive one so when I checked out there was a great problem that I didn't have the key - they were not going to refund my 200 yuan which they had taken off my credit card ( NB I had refused to leave a cash deposit because you are at the border and if you are going to Hong Kong you are stuck with 200 yuan you don't want) No one could speak English and a Mexican standoff ensued because the desk person was copying down all my cc information into a book - I grabbed my card and the information and got out of that Hotel quick smart. Now, for what it is worth, the hotel is next to the huge shopping centre which people go to Shenzhen for and within it and around it there would be at least 1 Million people who speak English, I know this because I have been there about 8 times so I don't believe for one moment my Hotel could not find anyone to speak English - because the man who ran a shop in the hotel spoke English to me. It is a disgusting hotel with equally disgusting people working there. Stay a ong way away from this place.
CJ C
08 Des 2016 - Berlibur dengan teman
It was close to Shenzhen Railway Station, and Luohu Border Gate across the pedestrian walking bridge. Severl land distance buses are available for the guests to take at the corner of the Hotel. At the same time, some Shenzhen city bus routes can be taken in the nearby bus terminal. The Shenzhen river could be seen from the room we stayed. Farther away beyond the river was the Hong Kong Territory. The room was old and small though rated as a "luxury" with higher room charge. The poker-faced staff at the reception desk did not let us feel comfortable.
Juanito_Hayburg
07 Jul 2014 - Keluarga
I owe most of my travel mistakes to lack of adequate research, specifically via the marvelous new service called internet. Thus, when I had thought escorting my 84-year old mother on an overseas odyssey was going to be only mildly challenging, my s-i-l raised her eyebrows and questioned my common sense. And right she was; don't get me wrong, I love my mother and this is an excellent way for me to honor her and I am certainly the best person to undertake such a task--I have enormous experience travelling, domestic and overeseas. It was relatively easy--until formally entering China proper. You see, Hong Kong is a special administrative region (01JUL2014, a full suffrage demonstration was held; the similar demand for democracy on Tianamen Square held some two decades ago was throttled) and one must go through a rather exhaustive customs/immigration/inspection/formal border crossing with passports/visas into Shenzhen if you want to go further into China by land. In my case, we were taking train 586 to Chengdu (that is another great/terrible story I'll post in the forum) for which I had tickets waiting. As always when in an unfuamiliar place, I do a dry run. I couldn't believe how difficult it was for us to cross; it reminded me of when I and my two children were crossing from Mongolia into Russia on the Trans-Mongolian. Anyway, I soon realized the time required meant eliminating a third overnight in Hong Kong and staying in Shenzhen instead, close to the train station. The closest hotel was this fine establishment. It was an phenomenal difficulty to book a room here--my Catonese (you use Mandarin in the North) is seriously limited--and virtually no English was spoken by any staff. But the motions are all pretty much the same anywhere around the World in most hotels. Despite the friendliness of the staff, it took me, literally, hours to not only book the room (#817), but then to try to reverse that because I didn't want the room immediately, only for the the following night. It was extremely frustrating, but I did finally make headway. When we returned the next day, they were ready. Much to my mother's pleasure, this room had a Western style toilet in the bathroom with ample hot & cold water. Both beds were the way I like them: rock hard. You'll appreciate that if you've ever been on a spongy/soft mattress (like the one I have at home, which I hate and frequently spend my nights on the floor) because your back will hurt. Anyway, there was an odor in the room, perhaps that of aerasol treated smoke, which was kind of given away by the fag burns on carpet & furniture. Since my mother has limited mobility--uses a cane and wheelchair at times--the lift was more than appreciated. In fact, the presence of an elevator is often the sole determining factor in my choice of overnight location. I won't argue with the other reviews, but his hotel turned out to be a tripsaver for us. Had we not been able to stay here and kept my original plan of entering from Hong Kong the morning of our Train 568 departure from Shezhen Railway station West, we would have missed not only the train, but would have put a servious cramp into further planned travel inside China as well as having lost significant amounts of money already put toward ticket purchases, overnight stays, etc. I am thankful this hotel was available and we were able to get in. Thank you, Overseas Chinese Hotel!
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