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All reviews walking distance to temple dumpling restaurant air con bed room the ground floor family room definitely stay here again the nearest subway station bit dated tiananmen square spoke good english good size enjoyed my stay beijing hotel heaven wall taxi
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Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

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.

The subway is 15/20 minutes away but who wants it when you can take a taxi for 2 euros?

Date of stay: April 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank Pere B
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Reviewed 2 June 2017

Our trip to Bejing was interesting ... but this review is about the hotel. Hotel is 3.5* but was clean and room was pretty good ... beds were made and the room cleaned. Half the staff could speak English ... others couldn't ... but they let you know that so you in a different county ... pick up the menu and point and you can work it out. Don't expect everybody to speak you language ... but you can work it out!!!

Some of the directions were a bit off when trying to do things by foot ... but we worked them out after a couple of days.

Other people have commented that the subway is a bit of a walk from the hotel which I have to agree with .... but a taxi to get to mass transport is like $3 AUD per each so form our standards ... just do it ... and save the walk. If you want to be cheap ... its a 15 - 20 walk to the subway system.

I have some cons to post ... and this might be cause of my origin. This is an Australian review. The hotel doesn't take major credit cards to settle the bill (no Visa or MasterCard) and had to be settled in cash.

The rooms don't have a bar fridge ... so if you want a cold drink you have to buy it from the café downstairs ... and that does add up a little bit ... but we had a great joke going that I had a ice addict issue ... every can of coke I bought I wanted a glass with ice to make it cold to drink as the drinks weren't really cold to my standard back home. After a couple of days ... the staff was used to it and I grabbed a coke from the fridge and the would give me a glass with ice so it worked out ok.

So will give four stars for most of the stay and our only complaint is the restaurant had no Chinese food on the menu ... all we could order was western food. This also was a thing we found in any tourist place ... no local food ... the biggest thing everywhere we went was pizza!!! Whilst I understand that they might think we want to eat bacon and eggs and toast ... as an interanational traveler ... I wanted real local food and found it hard to get.

Overall ... hotel was great ... and would stay there again.

Room tip: If you smoke ... ask for a room with a balcony.
Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Rick B
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Reviewed 28 April 2017 via mobile

This hotel is a good budget place to stay on a trip to Beijing. Takes about an hour to reach from airport (board the yellow taxi - we paid 155 RMB at night 1:30am and keep the Chinese address handy or call the hotel and let them explain the driver).
The hotel is clean and neat and peaceful but be careful while booking the rooms as the Economy room is too small and uncomfortable even for 2 people. Choose the room accordingly. The interiors of the hotel are bit old with dim lighting on passages of the floors and also inside the room.All rooms have windows so morning sunlight is good.
Basic toiletries are provided with slippers, hair dryer and tea kettle. Bottled. Water to be purchased separate. Wifi is available for free with decent speed.
Breakfast is at an additional cost at the restaurant in the lobby and has varied options (7am to 10am) later you can order from the menu. This resturant is open till 12 in the night. There is also a dumpling place just adjacent to the hotel.
The staff speaks fair English and also organises guided tours to in and around attractions at additional cost.

Overall a good place to holiday for the price paid.

***All attractions are open from 8am to 4am so plan sightseeing accordingly***

Date of stay: April 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank Go_See_Write_000
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Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

Stayed 4 nights and enjoyed the hotel, a little dated but in great condition. Very warm spacious room, decent bathroom with a tub.

Staff were very helpful and spoke excellent English. They kindly refunded us one night when we made a change in our plans with no fuss. Excellent little dumpling restaurant attached next door as well.

Slightly far away from the nearest subway station, but you get a walk through the real Beijing hutongs to grab real local food on the way to the station. Also only 5 minutes from temple of heaven park.

Take a cab from the airport and save lugging your stuff all over town.

Date of stay: January 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Richard_Outhwaite
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Reviewed 3 February 2017 via mobile

The room was comfy and clean, even if the furniture was pretty old. The staff can speak english and it's kind. It's a very "western style" hotel, with a nice restaurant and a wide choice of dishes.

The hotel is close to the West Gate of the Temple of Heaven, but it's pretty far from any subway station: it takes roughly 15 minutes by walking to get to the closest one (Zhushikou).

The structure also organizes guided tours to the Great Wall.

Date of stay: February 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank Guigi90
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