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All reviewswalking distance to templestaff can speak englishdumpling restaurantair conbed roomfree wifithe ground floorstayed nightsfamily roomdefinitely stay here againbit datedthe nearest subway stationgood sizeenjoyed my staytiananmen squarebeijing hotelnice hotel
Two of us stayed here for three nights. The staff were lovely and arranged for us to be picked up from the airport, they helped us arrange tours to the Great Wall etc. Anita was especially lovely and spoke English really well which was very...More
The hotel is a bit far from the nearest station (Zhushikou, Line 7), about a 15 mins walk. Pass by Luxue Street, where you will find cheap food and fruits. And it does seem that they have a sort of a mini night market along...More
Good location, just few minutes walking distance to Temple of Heaven, and about 30mins walk to Tiananmen Square, you can escape the busyness from the city centre. Very helpful receptionist and bar staffs. Room a bit dated, wood floor all cracked, dark and smelly bathroom...More
I made a last minute reservation in this hotel at a discounted rate and it was would say it was a best choice. We stayed double room for two nights. My mom had a good night sleep and that's why I rated 5 ⭐️
Good price for a three stars hotel.
Really really nice staff, always ready to help.
I can recomend the family room. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms.
Clean enough for the chinese standards.
By the way you can find some interesting places arround for eating.
Sorry for the late reply and you have probably already worked it out. We would normally book transport with the hotel, for Bejing we didn't and expected it to be like other places in China we had visited ... it wasn't... More
Sorry for the late reply and you have probably already worked it out. We would normally book transport with the hotel, for Bejing we didn't and expected it to be like other places in China we had visited ... it wasn't. :)
We followed the signs through the airport to find a public Taxi and then the signs just stopped. There were men in Uniforms that looked official but they couldn't speak English to direct us so ended up like in Thailand to barter with a private driver.
The experience wasn't so bad in the end, he put the address into his GPS (Phone) and raced down the highway and was there in no time. PEK private drivers appear to be pretty safe, might cost 10% more than a public taxi, but it was a nice car and we got to the hotel with no problems.
Hope hat Helps.