We stayed in the 3 bedroom apartment for 3 nights. Originally we were checked into room 13G and due to some smells that I can only describe as old library or thrift store smell, we requested a room change. The staff were accommodating and put us in 23G, which was slightly better.
First thing to note is that a 4-star hotel in China is not the same as a 4-star hotel in North America. The apartment we stayed in was located in a separate tower than the main hotel rooms, and seemed significantly worse for wear than the standard hotel rooms (my family stayed in a standard room last year and found it satisfactory, which was the reason why we stayed here).
Things we liked about this hotel: location, reasonable price, and being able to stay in one apartment as a family.
If you’re from North America, the apartment in this hotel is reminiscent of a poor decision many years ago to stay at a Howard Johnson in Detroit. One of our bathrooms had a clogged shower drain, and the carpeting in the rooms were suspect. Having stayed in other hotels in China, I fully understand that the beds are firmer than the standard North American mattress, but this bed was hard as rock. After 3 nights of sleeping here, I developed quite the sore back (and I’m in the prime of my life!).
My recommendation is that if you pick this hotel to stay at, steer clear of the apartments and opt for an upgraded room in the main tower instead.