0.59km from Embassy of BelgiumThere are many hotels that domestic tour groups will stay in. I have stayed here no less than 5 times. It is close to the location for business trips and the price is affordable, but this staying experience was not good because I was treated differently in the afternoon. When I checked in at five o'clock, the front desk seemed to be called Eco. A Southeast Asian man was always busy with his business. I wrote an email and it seemed to keep me waiting. At least five minutes. Respecting his work, it was not easy for everyone. Later, I checked in. I ordered two separate rooms. He said that the room was full now. Let's go to a suite and rest. After half an hour, the room was cleaned and called. Notify me, I said OK, but after waiting for 50 minutes without a message, I called the front desk to say whether the room was OK. The woman who answered the phone at the front desk said, ma'am, your room is a two-room room. Two, what? I directly refused. I remember staying in this hotel for the first time in January 2016. At that time, the two rooms booked by my boss were arranged for suites. It was too embarrassing! Come again this time! I went straight downstairs to the front desk and refused in person. The front desk knew exactly what I was doing, but I did n’t bird me. I lined up in an orderly way. I actually dealt with the other guests first, and I endured it. Persevering, I was given two rooms, one was a suite just letting me rest, and the other was an executive room, which was far higher than my standard room reservation. This experience is that no matter where we are, we must not forget our reasonable demands, respect local customs, and travel civilized. I can understand why the other party treats the Chinese differently, because it ’s like watching too many tour groups to check in guests!