The illustration that shows the hotel at night makes it look really cool, but the reality is a let down. It's still interesting architecture, but not as modern as you would think. The room was nice and clean and the only problem I had, was that there was no window. It wasn't really a problem, since there probably wasn't a view from my room anyway, but a little strange. The worst part about the hotel is the food, but this seems to be the case with a lot of Chinese hotels. Just don't order any Western food and expect it to be recognizable. The area around the hotel is OK, but not a lot of things to do for someone not steeped in Chinese culture. The street next to the hotel is a walking street with a lot of creative studios and such which was interesting to see. Go a little further and you're in deep, side street traditional culture. Staff was fairly helpful.
Great Location for Foreigners. Everything you need is less than 5 minutes walk away. ATM'S , Supermarket , and good Food can be had at Raindrops Café just opposite. KFC open 24 /7. Don't be scared to talk to the staff they can be very helpful and friendly. They will do anything to help. I was there nearly 4 weeks and would definitely return. Try to pay the extra for a suite , its worthwhile.
Even though the hotel location is a bit far from the city center it was easily accessible by taxi. For convenience to Shenzen airport, with its facilities it would be difficult to find a better hotel anywhere. Checking in and out was for a China hotel extremely smooth and hassle free. My room totally acceptable, spacious and clean. The concierge service was excellent and efficient. I would recommend this hotel to any business traveler.
I had 5 nights at the green oasis, i flew to Hong Kong and then a taxi to the green oasis which cost 200Rmb £20 which i thought was good value as its a fair trip.
The Hotel inst the same as the main image and the taxi driver took a while to find it , it is near a very busy cross section where there is a bus park and every one beeps all day and night. There are men that drive around on mopeds and honk at everyone if they want a lift, the taxis seem to honk at them and the busses at the taxis
The room could do with a lick of paint, it was cleaned daily and the cleaners where very friendly and would always say hello, the bed was rock hard but after a couple of nights i got used to it. I forgot how busy China is, there are not many white people in this area i saw 7 all week and be prepared to be pointed at by children and adults.
I felt quite safe walking around but im a large 46 year old male. Have a wlk down to Hiya Hyper mall and when you come out the doors near Kentucky turn right walk about 50 yards and then turn right again and there is a Market, its quite pungent but worth a walk around, its polite to ask if you can take a picture point at the camera and the peole and they will nod or shake their heads.
Have a good trip if you go.
We stopped over in ShenZhen for 1 night to continue our trip to Mainland China. This hotel is perfectly located, right in front of the Airport. So we were able to walk to/from the hotel without additional transport expense & time. Although so near to the airport, our overnight sleep was not interrupted by too much noise, no sound of planes landing/taking off was heard. Behind the hotel we could also find a street of local restaurants. Not too fancy, but enough to offer us local cuisines. One thing we were concerned about: similar to other places in China, people tends to spit on the street. So while walking/exploring the place, we had to be mindful to avoid stepping on them - distracting & rather tiresome after a while. Most staff only speaks Chinese, but we were lucky Jay was on duty at that time and his English was rather fluent for a local. All staff including Jay were very friendly and professional. We left our luggage for 3 days and they did take care of it well. No hassle at all. We needed a Mini Van (there were 4 of us with lots of suitcases) to another place and there were friendly 3rd-party transport company staff on the lobby to help us. Since most transport/taxi drivers cannot read English hotel names, I got someone to translate my hotel name&addr into Chinese characters. With my broken Mandarin I was then able to haggle the transport fee to my destination. Having your address in Chinese certainly helps. I can recommend this hotel for its location & service.