We were 4 friends coming to visit Beijing for a week and we had a great time in Liuhe Courtyard. The place is nice and clean, charming, authentic in this small hutong and the team is devoted to the visitors, ready to help when necessary and proud to offer a simple but traditional experience. Wifi is available + hot water... More
- Also Known As:
- Beijing Templeside Hutong Guest House (Shop 1) Hotel Beijing
- Beijing Templeside Hutong Guest House (Shop 1) Hotel
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A quiet and peaceful compound amid the highrises and skyscrapers. An amazingly well-run, well-maintained newcomer on the hotel scene, the LiuHe Courtyard hotel impresses with its original old Beijing residents’ lifestyle, relaxing in the courtyard, enthusiastic neighborhood, friendly staff, and fantastic location down a historic hutong (narrow alley). Since most Beijing courtyard are just like modern western-style buildings, western guests will feel that most things are run to their liking. China is the hometown of martial arts Chinese martial arts has a long history Taijiquan was originally called changquan, 13 potential, and later under the "Book of Changes" movement of yin and yang of the reason for Tai Chi Chuan. Because the potential for shadow boxing, their nature, something out of nothing, the so-called non-polar and also Tai Chi Fortunately , you can learn TaiJi from Master Yu in the LiuHe Courtyard.The price is USD30/per hour (including translator charge). ... more less
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