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I'm in the Kerry Shangri-La Pudong in Shanghai for the next couple of days, so far I have to admit it's pretty damn good. You (the company that is) pay for it, but on the Club levels at least the service, staff and facilities have been pretty much faultless so far. They even have a pillow menu, I'm impressed. Time will tell what the overall experience is.
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Strangely, the Wyndham (or the group) in Xiamen sold out to the Swiss International group this month.
I wonder why? It's a premium hotel in a premium location..
Semi-edit: are they affiliated?
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If you're traveling overseas, do yourself a favor and bring a pen. You would not believe how many people travel without one, and you need one to fill out the immigration forms. I carry some, but I can’t carry 200.
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