Pets not allowed.
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Based on 64 reviews
Wonderful Hotel and Dining
Have stayed here on business twice and have thoroughly enjoyed it. Outstanding large and decadent rooms, friendly service and excellent dining. The dining experience for both breakfast and dinner is very good. A nice mix of fresh fruit options, traditional Asian as well as western options to suit any palette.
A little out of the way, but worth the trip
We had a lovely long weekend here just before Christmas. Although the Sheraton Lounge wasn't open, we did take advantage of the restaurant (Feast), where the breakfast and dinner selections were excellent (some additional beer choices for dinner may be worth considering, though). The rooms were very comfortable, the swimming pool perfect, and the staff very attentive. There isn't much in the immediate vicinity, but a taxi and short train ride can bring you to Nanjing, which was our main goal. Overall, I fully recommend here.
Rose amongst Thorns
Chuzhou is one of those growing before your eyes kinda Cities. If The Sheraton was a tree - all sorts of new buildings are sprouting up around it. The staff are really friendly - the room huge and well equiped, clean and lovely. Take a stroll around and imagine the city that will be here in 3 years time. I can see the farms from my window - this part of the city is that new. Tall mostly empty buildings surround us - soon I imagine - they will be completed and full
Rooms are quite nice, very clean and quiet. For breakfast or dinner there are different foods and a big diversity (Chinese and Western)! And the service is very nice too. Only somehow quite far away from Chuzhou Downtown, but you can arrive everything by taxi.
Beautiful building, developing location – but overall impressive for a small city
Ultimately this place was great for Chuzhou – a city I don’t think has a ton of hotel options (nor really is a size where it needs them). But just a couple things to be aware of when booking: • Facility is really everything you’d expect from a recently constructed Sheraton and very impressive for a very much lower tier city like Chuzhou – very grand lobby, two-story lounge on the ~40th or so story with great views, multiple restaurants etc. The Ctrip listing for the hotel cites a 600 m RMB investment in building the property (and attached areas?). And furthermore it does look like the hotel is being well cared for – things are clean and in good condition. • We were proactively upgraded as Platinum members to a very nice suite – well furnished. When you start thinking you could live in this suite for less than an apartment in a major city rents for… • While I speak Chinese, I would note that the English level I observed at this hotel was among the lowest I’ve ever seen at a Western (Chinese standard) 5-star hotel in China. Even the lounge attendants for example did not appear to have been trained to ask Westerners “What is your room number?”….I watched the attendant ask more than one European person using Chinese…which was a bit of a comedy of errors. There did seem to be at least one manager who spoke decent English floating around as well. • While choosing a hotel in Chuzhou (with an urban population of ~500k) is a bit different than say a larger city….it’s good to be at least aware of the location. The Sheraton is very much in a new development district of massive avenues, some completed residences & the newly relocated government, and a lot of construction projects. It is ~5 km away from the older, and still primary, commercial core of Chuzhou – at this point there are very few shops or restaurants around the hotel area. Conversely it’s a similar distance the other way to the high-speed rail station (from which it’s basically 15 minutes to Nanjing). Overall, this hotel does a great job of bringing a higher standard to Anhui’s ~4th largest city. It’s probably a bit ahead of the market at this point, but enjoy it while you can as the city continues to develop.