Here you'll learn Chinese words needed to check into your hotel, including how to confirm how many rooms you booked and the duration of your stay. You'll learn Mandarin essential phrases for communicating with the hotel receptionist when checking in. You'll also learn Mandarin Chinese answers to typical questions you may be asked when checking in.
Having arrived by taxi at the hotel booked for you, you are now ready to get checked in. Hotel staff in China, especially those on the front desk, generally have a good level of English. You can take advantage of this by asking them to book tours or book taxis for you. They will also be happy to help with writing down directions for you. Hotel staff will greatly appreciate if you make the effort to speak some Chinese to them!
Hotel staff will normally ask to see your passport on check-in and will require you to complete a form. In the last decade, a lot of good quality comfortable hotels have been built in China. With the exception of public holidays, you will generally have no trouble finding a room.
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