I had booked myself a 2 night stay at this hotel, based on reviews and location. Living and working in southern part of China, Zhanjiang. I was going to Beijing for meeting in the embassy. Later in the evening the day before I was to fly up, I got a phone call from Trip.com telling me that the hotel management had called them and refused to let me stay!!! I was told to do a 14 days quarantine period firstly !!!!Because I am a foreigner and suddenly all foreigners are now suspected to carry the COVID-19 virus???? I would like to advice ALL foreigners to stay as far away as you can from this hotel chain, when they clearly are just a bunch of minions without any common sense at all.
Stayed here last night , the room is quite updated modern fittings , got aircon and wifi , is quite at night the bed is comfortable, bathroom is modern clean good water pressure in the shower, definitely recommend it , my brother in law paid for it so I can't comment on price
I booked this hotel online after seeing the photos. Orange and colorful looking got my attention and to be honest, there are no serious flaws with this hotel, except: 1. It’s inside a quiet but safe lane which gets even quieter at night. 2. There are hardly any multi-cuisine eating joints around. Only hardcore Chinese eateries where the menu does not have one word written in English. 3. Speaking of English, the staffs at the hotel hardly speak any so unless you speak mandarin, communicating with them involves a lot of hand gestures and signs. Could get tiresome and frustrating. 4. There is no restaurant within the hotel. Only a small cafeteria from where you can buy chips, colas etc. So if you get hungry at night, gods help you! 5. For 10 Yuan, you can have their breakfast which consists of one sandwich, a boiled egg and a glass of milk. Nothing even remotely fancy. 6. Lastly, the area of Wangjing is a residential one so it’s very quiet and the nearest busy shopping mall is 20 minutes by foot. Unless you have work within the area, it can get boring at night with nothing to do. All said and done, Orange Hotel is a simple and affordable choice for any traveller. The staff is helpful, polite and will try to make you as comfortable as possible. Just Make sure you carry snacks along with you for midnight hunger pangs!…
To be truth, this is my second stay in the Orang Hotel in WanJing of Beijing. Orange is a place where i would call it 'home' when i'm traveling to Beijing... i've to salute to the great management of the hotel where they've brought a complete 'comfort and consistent' experience from the second you step in to the lobby till you check out from the hotel. The place is cosy and spaces, extreme cleaniness and exceeding some 4 stars hotel. I would recommend to anyone to check it out yourself when you're in Beijing... not forgotten, they've presence in many other cities in China.