310 Princes Street, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand
"It is an old-fashioned Ying's hotel. It is very small in the lobby. The room is not small. The elevators and the floors are also carrying the upper and lower floors of the luggage. This is the most inconvenient. Besides everything else, the location and service are very good. it is good. It is very close to the octagonal square and several famous attractions. It is also easy to find food. The corner is the famous beer factory. The price is also very good, I will stay here again next time in Dunedin. Although there is no free parking, the lobby attendant is very eager to tell us about the free parking street nearby, and it is very close to the stop. The bed was very comfortable and it was the most comfortable two days I had spent playing in New Zealand for so long. Downstairs cafe breakfast buffet 17 New Zealand dollars, afternoon tea 6 yuan a cup of coffee a muffin, very cheap, but most tourists like to go to the octagonal square. I really like this hotel."
"My daughter goes to school in Dunedin and booked this hotel. Location-the city center, it is convenient to go anywhere; room-although the room is compact, there are everything needed for travel, especially the capsule coffee machine 👍; the service-it is perfect, the luggage is delivered to the room, helping guests to park and check in And check out the various services immaculate 👍
On the side of the lobby downstairs is the bar and dining area. My daughter ordered white wine. I ordered dark beer. It was delicious and the environment was good 👍
The breakfast is a western breakfast, including croissants, milk, cereals, fruits, coffee or tea; if you are particular about it, you can also order for an extra charge; the price—rmb1100/night, compared with the service you enjoy, this price is me I think it’s worth it, it will make people feel good 👍👍👍"
"The entrance of the hotel is being renovated and it is very difficult to find. At 11 o'clock in the evening, it was found in the light rain around the block twice. The guy at the front desk was very nice, and took the initiative to introduce parking information. Free parking on the street at Christmas is still very convenient. The hotel is an old building renovation, and the elevator is the kind of two doors that need to be pulled by hand, which is super sensational. The indoor facilities are a bit old, but it doesn't matter just staying for one night. Before leaving the front desk, the little Muslim brother offered his children Christmas candy, like one."