Finding an ideal luxury hotel in Beijing does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Century Huangshan Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
Century Huangshan Hotel is a luxury hotel offering air conditioning and a desk in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Beijing. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Tiananmen Square (Tiananmen Guangchang) (1.3 mi) and National Center for the Performing Arts (1.3 mi) make Century Huangshan Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Beijing.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Weng Xian Seafood Resturant, Angus Grill (Crowne Plaza Beijing Wangfujing), and Hufangqiao Barbecue, which are some barbeque restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Beijing, check out one of the ancient ruins, such as Old Summer Palace (Yuanmingyuan), Hutong Tour, and Chinese Imperial Post.
Century Huangshan Hotel puts the best of Beijing at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
the restaurant was good, as it has a good and very large selection of food, the menu has pictures so good for people that can't read Chinese. The Peking duck was good, must have the chilli prawns dish.
We were a small group ( seven)visiting Beijing, and we did not actually stay in this Hotel.....our Guide recommended we visit the restaurant to enjoy the Peking Duck which is a specialty of this Hotels Restaurant. On arrival we were ushered to a private room which was very cosy and were welcomed by the wait staff, and the Chef who explained the menu selections. We let our Chinese Guide select a choice of dishes, which of course included the Peking Duck. The dishes other than "The Duck" were served first and were extremely tasty. When the duck was wheeled into our room, it was carved for us with all edible portions laid out on extra dishes. A wicker basket full of wraps, with a warmer underneath to keep them heated was also placed on the table and we were told to create a wrap filled with the duck pieces and any other of the dishes on the table. A most enjoyable, (although at times messy) time was had creating and eating the results of our efforts..a bit tricky with chopsticks. A bottle of "Great Wall" Red complimented the meal although I don't think it is an award winner. Can highly recommend a visit to this restaurant to experience Peking Duck in Peking...ie: Beijing. You wont be disappointed.…
I enjoyed the fabulous restaurant of the hotel. So I cannot say anything about the rooms or sleeping quality. We were 4 people and ordered several dishes and of course the beijing duck, which was outstanding! Price and quality are perfect!
We stayed in this hotel (Beijing shi ji huang shan hotel as indicated in our voucher) for 4 nights. Its more than an hr drive from the airport. My first impression, the hotel is old and badly needs renovation. There's a certain smell in the place and I think this is where i got my allergy.The receptionist don't speak English (good thing we're part of a tour group so someone can translate for us). You need to deposit a 100 yuan for your room keys and will be returned upon check out. Positive: Large bedroom, great location (there is a shop beside the hotel, and nearly everything you need is just within the area) to shops and tourist area (Temple of Heaven and Tianmen Square, Silk Market via taxi cost less than 30 yuan). Great and cheap peking duck. There is a restaurant which i think is popular during night time. Here are the descriptions for the negative: The room we got is suprisingly large. Maybe it was really great hotel during its early days. Some of the switch are not working and the a/con we figured out on our second night is a reversible a/con and heater and since there's no instruction manual, it was extremely uncomfortable during night time. The towels are disgusting to use and the rag in our house is much better looking than what they have in the hotel. Breakfast is also provided to us and i was suprised that its all in a buffet which i find very heavy for a morning meal. I only realised that the breakfast that they served "could be" tge leftovers from the dinner the night before (my other tourmates have their dinner there since our package doesnt include that meal). I was so disappointed that Chinese foods are tasteless but spicy though it looks like a feast for a king. I stayed in a second room near my friends room and the bathroom looks terribly dilapidated. Im actually scared to use the shower since the tub underneath looks it will fall off anytime. The tissue paper is sparsely provided so we just bought our own. Since the voucher we used is very cheap we dont really expect that much and its only a place to sleep. But given a chance that I will choose and pay for it myself, i wouldnt consider this hotel.…