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Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

Located in the Wurong Area, which is the area with a lot of shops and food corners (very crowded) this hotel got our attention, since we were looking for a type of familiar and authentic boutique hotel rather than a big unpersonal hotel. The hotel is ok, quite small and the rooms are small too but still ok since they match the general set-up of the hotel. The thing that was most complicated for us, was that nobody in the hotel spoke english - only some words but not enough to explain smth, reserve a table or do anything else. This caused really some problems because it took us a significant amount of time to explain everything via google translate.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with friends
Thank Goy G
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Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

If you are wanting to stay in one of Beijings authentic buildings amongst pretty tree lined alleyways then this Hotel is perfect. The beds and rooms are very comfortable but definitely on the small side and it is very quiet. The breakfast included has western or Chinese options and the staff are very attentive and sweet. The staff at the front desk are also helpful but their a lack of English can make quite a few questions difficult. Do not expect it to be like big hotels for tour bookings etc. as they don't do this. The entrance isn't hugely obvious either but does have a small sign and lovely blue doors. Because it was winter the surrounding area was quieter, there is a lovely pedestrian street with snack foods one way and restaurants and shops the other (all very upmarket Chinese style) and wonderful to visit day or night. You need to go further away to find western food ie. malls. The subway is close and another very pretty area with a small lake, bars and restaurants also in the area is worth visiting. Also in walking distance to Tiananmen Square etc. I didn't give this Hotel full marks due to difficulty with cabs finding the Hotel (must have address written in Chinese writing) and communication at front desk but I would still fully recommend to anyone that likes to travel a little differently.

Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank M0ZGirl
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Reviewed 10 February 2017

I love the bed! I barely have met comfortable bed in hotels of China but this one is amazing.Everything is so nice and clean, modern while have ancient Chinese elements, feeling like I was traveling through time. The breakfast options are great too, you have both western and eastern styles.

  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Did T
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Reviewed 15 October 2016

We stayed here in Sept, and stayed in the Lotus room and Imperial room, the staff were great, and the rooms as I expected from the photos, the Imperial was Impressive, while the Lotus was small but beautiful.
Breakfast was good and only 20 metre walk from the hotel was a famous hutong area with lanes of food and shops, open late every night.
Airport pick and drop off was no problem.
If you are wanting a beautiful traditional courtyard experience not just a western hotel, stay here. My Children 13 and 14 said it was one of their Bejing highlighs.

Room Tip: Imperial room is Fantastic
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Keryn12
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Reviewed 16 June 2016

The website portrays a great boutique hotel, it was just a pity that they didn't let us know before we arrived or on booking that a significant portion of the Hotel was being refurbished which put the areas of limits.
That aside when the work is complete it will be a nice hotel.
Staff are very friendly and helpful.
Strangely breakfast has to be chosen and the time required booked the night before.
Recommend getting a taxi to the hotel not easy to find on foot unless you know the area well.
The area round the hotel has a number of restaurants and bars on side streets and a very lively crowded shopping street full of local "fast food" cuisine a few minutes walk away.
Its Okay.

  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled with family
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