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This is Beijing Courtyard Hotel has been built up base on 400 Years historic construction Si He Yuan, The said place was the former residence of famous Chinese artist Mr. Mei Lan Fang. 10 minutes walking distance from WangFuJing, the travel and commercial center of Beijing. The spacious guest rooms are sharing the beautiful inner and outer courtyard and patio with each other, and decorated by the antique furniture those are carved with dragon and phoenix, the symbol of Chinese ancient nobility.
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Refrigerator in room
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No.5 Dengcao Hutong Dongsi South Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100010 China
The place is clean with traditional Chinese courtyard decor; the room was comfortable and nice. For breakfast, they serve many kinds of fresh Chinese food and boiled eggs, bread & cereals. It is located in a "hutong" or Chinese street/alley, so it's very interesting. The...More
I stayed in a single room, pretty small, but perfect for one person. The room was nice and comfortable, very Chinese style decoration. The courtyard is pretty and it does give you the feeling of being in an old Beijing siheyuan. The hutong to the...More
Interesting stay. Quaint small room. Nice courtyard, good breakfast. Staff seem limited at helping. When asked about restaurants they were not very helpful. There is no concierge or tour assistance. Nice area but taxis don't seem to know where they are. Google maps converted to...More
We arrived in Beijing late at night by high speed train and I tried to use my DIDi app to book a ride to the hotel. The hotel is not registered with DIDi. Then had a number of unscrupulous off duty cabs try to charge...More
I had seen pictures of the Beijing Sihe Courtyard Hotel and knew that I had to stay there, and I'm glad that I did. The hutong is beautiful, and the VIP room that my family and I stayed in had lovely wooden screen walls and...More