We stayed for one night and we are glad we stayed here. The layout and feel of the place is very rustic with nice finishes.
The bathroom was modern and quite large. The shower head has good pressure and I was able to fit underneath even at 6'3 (1.9M). Our room had 2 floors, with the bathroom and sitting area on the bottom and bedroom upstairs.
The pillows were nice and firm and the bed was labeled as a queen, but it was a king size for sure. The mattress was on the hard side but not uncomfortable. Overall we were very pleased with our room.
We did not try the wifi because it will generally be pretty bad. Make sure you have a sim card and a VPN! This is China, you can't rely on wifi anywhere outside of a major city or Western hotel. The staff was very friendly but no one spoke English (not a surprise). With a translator app we figured out everything easily.
The breakfast is not Western. We had hard boiled eggs, congee, a few chinese buns and some other stuff.
The location is a little weird, you drive through a small village area to get there. It is close to the airport and the shuttle was free and picked us up without a hitch.
China tip: Make sure you have WeChat! I called them and since they didn't speak English they added me as a friend and we were able to communicate effectively. They did not respond to messages on Hotels.com but on WeChat it was instant. Again, in China this is not a surprise!
If we are in the area we will stay here again for sure!