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Q: which hotel has an in room hot tub in guilin?

7 years 47 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Guilin

 
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Try 7days inn... its cheap & good hotel.

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Many hotels in Guilin have in room hot tubs.  Check elong or ctrip to find the hotels or talk to the customer service rep of these online sites to confirm for sure.

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Try Jin Wan Hotel.
I think alot of people here are hot tub hatters?
http://www.orbitz.com/hotel/China/Guilin/Jin_Wan_Hotel_Guilin.h426011/

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a whirl pool bath is not a hot tub. I'm installing a hot tub on my deck now.It isn't made in China, maybe they don't have hot tubs in China. It took me about 5 emails to get my GF to understand why have a bath tub outside.

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Everybody out of the hot tub. Party over. I give Guilin to my friend Ted.

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