Crowne Plaza Tours – China, Hunan Province, Changsha

Crowne Plaza
皇冠假日酒店

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868 Wuyi Avenue, Changsha, Hunan Province, China
Hours : 24 hours

About this place

Crowne Plaza City Centre Changsha is owned by Changsha New World International Hotel Co. Ltd. The hotel is managed by IHG, the world's most global hotel company, which owns, operates or franchises more than 3,800 hotels across over 100 countries and territories. It is also the largest international hotel operating company in both China and Japan. Crowne Plaza is the fastest growing upscale hotel brand in Asia and currently has over 20 hotels open in China. The Hotel building height is 130 meters, with a building area of approximately 75,000 m2, and 29 floors in total (26 floors above ground and 3 basement floors). It is centrally located in the Wuyi Square CBD, a landmark area of Changsha.

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Re: Crowne Plaza(5 star)
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<p>&nbsp;Great location. There is major construction underway of the road next to the hotel. They're building a subway and it will take 2-3 years to complete. Taxi from the airport to the hotel costs me rmb150. I was told that it would be rmb 100, but when I asked 2 taxis they both quoted me rmb 200. I bargained it down to rmb150. Even with the construction my room was pretty nice and quiet in the evening. Service was great, breakfast was pretty good. Lobby and concierge staff spo...read more
Re: Crowne Plaza City Centre Changsha
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<p>Due to the very large subway construction project running alongside the hotel, it was a bit inconvenient to get across the street. But in a very short 5 minute walk is a very nice shopping center with KFC and Starbucks. If you go below the road and down the stairs near the KFC you'll find a very large underground shopping center. The river is also a 10 minute walk from the hotel. Saw a very nice fireworks at the river. I actually walked down to cross the overpass to Orange Island. ...read more

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