Apart from its superb location, this hotel harked back to the Soviet era. Just imagine this: long corridor with endless doors on both sides. As you walk, you could hear the echoes of your foot steps. Furthermore, wherever there's a spare space, useless stuff would be chucked in here and there. The light is more than dim. The wallpaper in the room is peeling off. It's truly a perfect setting for a Hollywood haunted movie, perhaps Shining Part 2? There is no lift and so, if you are allotted rooms on the second or the third floor, I wish you luck! Earlier, as I was using the bathroom, I noted later that I couldn't open the door. The hotel used the exterior lock for the bathroom, which is against the law as people could potentially be killed if there's a fire. It took four staff to free me from my bathroom. It so happened that I created enough noise to be heard. The hotel is very apologetic about the whole incident (and so it should be). There's Internet in the room. Switching on the TV triggered smoke coming out from the power point. The only redeeming quality about this place is its famous restaurant, which is known for its Peking Duck. At 6:30pm, the place is chockful of people, signifying a good restaurant indeed. So, the bottomline is this, if you love your food and not too fussed about where you stay, then, this should be it for you. Apart from that, avoid this with your dear life!
Location: China > Beijing Region > Beijing > Beijing Capital International Airport
Ranked #3,462 of 5,423 Hotels in Beijing
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
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