A realy lovely place to stay, has the feel of a family run guest house rather than a hotel. After staying in lots of hotels in China this was one of the best and most enjoyable.
Managed to fit me in after I had miss booked my dates and gave me the best room for a single price. Book asap since it will get filled up early.
The hotel being around a central area is safe for families and don't be put off by it being down a small street since the area is full of working people and familes and so is safe. I was visiting my daughter who has been in Beijing for a year and this is a safe area so relax, China is just a bit of a shock when you first get off the plane.
Getting there - Take the new airport train to the centre (25yen pp), if you land at terminal 3 it goes to T2 then has two other stops towards the city centre. The first stop after T2 is sometimes easier to get a taxi at but the next stop which is the last is closer. Micheals house booked us a taxi back to the airport for I think 100yen which was the easiest way with luggage.
Make sure you have the address and taxi directions in Chineese the maps confuse them so just give them the Maderin text, but have a detailed view printed out of the couple of streets around this hotel since they may drop you off at the end of the main street.
Eating - We found a realy good place to eat, family run, no uniforms, clean cutlery and good Chineese food, but make sure they give you the rice. As you go out of the door turn right and go the the main street, turn left and go to the end of the road under the archway thingy (100m), and on the right hand corner there is a eating place with about 15 tables. the menu has pictures that you can point at, remember the colourfull ones are the spicy ones but nice.