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Walking distance from shopping malls, tiananmen square and forbidden city, beautiful location and neighborhood. The bad thing are:
1) the hotel is a trip down to the 70's.
2) It has some stains.
3) the terrace is not always open (4 days I was there...More
From Singapore and first time in Beijing,stayed for 6 nights and enjoyed the close proximity to the subway and attractions.Despite the hotel being quite old and the small room not bright enough and with a window fixed upside down which is quite ridiculous.Housekeeping below standard,a/c...More
Stayed here for 3 nights during business trip in September. The location is quite good, 5 mins walk to nearest metro Wangfujing station and 15 mins walk to Tian Anmen and the Forbidden City (The Palace Museum).
However, the hotel is quite old. The carpet...More
We loved our stay at the Tianan Rega Hotel because of the location and their hospitality. The good things: really good location close to Tiananmen Square and Wangfujing Street, there are some decent restaurants nearby. All the staffs were helpful. Sometimes it was difficult to...More
Proximity to the subway and bus lines was the main reason that I chose this hotel. I saved money by booking the windowless room after reading some other reviews. The room was small but comfortable enough. At first the a/c didn't work but they quickly...More
Response from ddbbtraveler | Reviewed this property |
I don’t believe that they had an airport service and the hotel is quite far from an airport bus stop. Without much luggage the hotel isn’t too far from the Wangfujing subway station. You can try getting a ride with DiDi... More
I don’t believe that they had an airport service and the hotel is quite far from an airport bus stop. Without much luggage the hotel isn’t too far from the Wangfujing subway station. You can try getting a ride with DiDi (find them in the App Store) - that’s how I got to the airport.
Response from RichardTanChaiBoon | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I'm from Singapore and my family paid 200 China Yuan per pax for the tour which we booked at the tour agency located at the corner of the hotel we stayed in. I did not take the tour agent seriously when she told me that... More
Hi, I'm from Singapore and my family paid 200 China Yuan per pax for the tour which we booked at the tour agency located at the corner of the hotel we stayed in. I did not take the tour agent seriously when she told me that they were having a promotion. The next day, when the tour guide came to pick us, he commented that we were the lucky ones who had paid lower price for the tour but refused to share with us the normal price. Out of curiosity, I asked a Singapore couple how much they have paid for the tour which they have booked at another hotel. They replied they paid 800 China Yuan.
Good luck and enjoy your trip to the amazing Great Wall of China. Cheers.
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"choose a room with full window and street view instead of half window facing the narrow airwell"