Rayfont Nanpu Hotel

The last time Diana and I travelled (to Korea) we decided to stay in a Hostel to save expenses….it was a pretty miserable experience. Having a place that is not your own, and having to share it with 10 other people was not favorable, especially when you have as much luggage as we do. Anyways after researching I found that staying in a hostel with a private room, rather than a shared mixed room, would cost more than a hotel room (and Diana and I will split the cost in half so it’s even better). So I looked into different hotels, being in China things are amazingly cheap, some would come out to only 200 USD from each of us for 27 nights….but that was WAY too cheap. If we are spending a month in a city, I don’t want to taint the experience with living quarters that I don’t want to go back to.

So I found an online discount and booked the Rayfont Nanpu Hotel’s deluxe queen room (you have to go big or go home!). Another bonus was how cheap it came out to be: 350 USD from both of us. The room turns out to actually be an apartment. We get daily cleaning, a balcony, living room, refrigerator, stove, and it’s only a 10 minute walk to the subway. We are in heaven!~








The only downside is that there is no actual “bathroom”, the shower and toilet are just on the side with the kitchen. So you can cook and go to the bathroom with ease! Yeah, not that great, but apparently it can’t be helped. And this might get a bit awkward when my guy friend, Luke, comes to spend the week with us…..I will let you all know how that goes 😛

The Bathroom Kitchen Fusion



1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. younginsatiablewanderlust
    Jul 06, 2011 @ 19:59:26

    Um….please tell me that their is a door for the bathroom? OMFGGGGGG! MARSHA EWWWWWWWWWW


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