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Le Royal Meridien (Shìmào huángjia àimĕi jiüdiàn)

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • central location
  • excellent facilities
  • elegant rooms

    Cons

  • service hiccups
  • annoying elevator system

Le Royal Meridien (Shìmào huángjia àimĕi jiüdiàn) Review

Dominating the foot of the Nanjing Pedestrian Street, Le Royal Meridien has changed the face of Puxi hospitality. High ceilings, massive rooms, excellent amenities, and an attentive staff make this a premium destination. Ask for a park view and you'll look out over neighboring People's Park. The opulent weekend brunch is another selling point. However, the large banks of small elevators can make navigating the hotel's many levels a little frustrating.

    Hotel Details

  • 646 rooms, 115 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-18-2013

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