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All reviews shijia hutong forbidden city boutique hotel overlooking the courtyard quiet hutong tea ceremony hutong area busy city modern amenities our room was spacious loved this hotel wonderful hotel western options common areas chinese style subway station four nights
We really enjoyed our stay, such a lovely hotel, great staff, good location and a real haven away from the madness of Beijing.
The hotel restaurant was really nice just pricey compared to local restaurants.
A few really good cheap eats just outside the hotel...More
This is s beautiful hotel. Traditional yet stylish and functional. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting to stay in Beijing that is looking for something a little bit different. Very quiet and private.
It was recommended and reserved for me by a colleague. I was very positively surprised by how good and home like it was and yet was convenient for business meetings and interactions. The food was very good also
Just returned from China and the above hotel no longer available - CLOSED. If you have this booked get it changed NOW. Can’t rate it. Had to pay to stay in a nearby hostel. Tours for the following days all had to be re arranged.
This is a great little property in the heart of Beijing. Our room was cozy and had a balcony overlooking the courtyard. Unfortunately my son and I were visiting in January so we didn't have the opportunity to take advantage of the courtyard. The staff...More
The Red Wall Garden Boutique Hotel Beijing is an oasis of tranquility in the very heart of the vibrant city of Beijing, located in one of the old Beijing historic neighborhoods: Shijia Hutong, a lovely tree-lined, …Morelow-rise lane. The hotel is within walking distance to the Forbidden City, the famous shopping streets of Wangfujing & Jinbao in Dong Cheng, the central district of Beijing. The Red Wall Garden Hotel is ideal for either work or pleasure.A traditional Chinese courtyard hotel, invoking the past,yet with modern facilities; a subtle blend of ancient Asian esthetic with a modern spirit; offers 40 individually appointed guest rooms, featuring ultra luxury DUX beds, wooden flooring, en-suite bathrooms and amenities such as large flat screen TV, complimentary WIFI ( throughout the hotel) and mini-bar. All rooms have air-conditioning & heater.Besides The Red Wall Garden Restaurant serving mainly classic Chinese cuisine the hotel also features a popular cozy lounge/bar overlooking the beautiful courtyard, which is the centerpiece of the hotel. Here guests can try Beijing street food creatively interpreted by the executive chef, enjoy a drink or simply relax. The Red Wall Garden Hotel often features live cultural, music and art performances.Guests can also take advantage of the hotel’s in-house car service, to explore the city, the Great Wall , or hop on to one of our bicycles or rickshaw to stroll through the hutongs and perhaps enjoy a Chinese massage in the treatment room after a long day of sightseeing or a hard day’s work. Our warm friendly english speaking staff awaits you."The Red Wall Garden Hotel Boutique Experience" : emotionally connects our guests with the intense desire for all things historical, cultural and artistic to experience the true lifestyle of authentic and historic Beijing. Less
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Refrigerator in room
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
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We were there in May and there were performances 4 evenings a week, clustered around the weekend. It was quite hot (unseasonably so, they said), so everyone was sitting outside in the evenings. On 2 nights there was the... More
We were there in May and there were performances 4 evenings a week, clustered around the weekend. It was quite hot (unseasonably so, they said), so everyone was sitting outside in the evenings. On 2 nights there was the zither-like instrument, one night was Peking Opera (V interesting!) and another night I think some other sort of singing. They have an inside room alongside the patio area, so they may well just move the entertainers inside with the guests. If seeing some local traditional entertainment is important for you and the hotel isn't offering anything while you are there, look on the web- there are a couple of old traditional-style Chinese theatres in Beijing which have regular performances & allow you to reserve tickets on-line. (The hotel may even be able to get the tickets for you.) Unfortunately, the days when we were in Beijing fell down a gap where there were not any of these performances, but we were lucky in that this hotel had a caberet performance of the Peking Opera we wanted to experience.