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I liked everything there but the water pressure and light. The breakfast was very good. The furniture were new and bedding was comfortable. However, the water pressure was too low, so shower water stream was too small, and it was sometimes hot and sometimes cold....More
I stayed in this hotel in July 2018 mainly because of its proximity to the Beijing Zoo. I booked a superior room which was one level up from the standard room. The room was very clean but felt small, without too much room to move...More
I was traveling solo with a group tour of 20 people. This was our first hotel we stayed at when we arrived in Beijing.
I highly recommend to download a Translator App, it comes in very useful!
We arrived late at night and our tour...More
We stayed in this hotel for three nights (8-10 May) as part of a tour of China organised through Saga. Our room was comfortable and more than adequate for our needs in terms of space and storage - the free wi-fi was fast enough for...More
Stayed at this hotel for 3 nights. Hotel has a beautiful and spacious lobby. Rooms were average size, modern, and clean.
What stood out for me was the excellent buffet breakfast that contained both Western and Chinese dishes.
It is walking distance from the zoo...More
Response from ZakZapper | Reviewed this property |
Hi, For our recent tour of China our visas were arranged by our tour company, although we had to complete the visa applications. As far as I am aware you will need a visa to enter China, you should check out the UK Home... More
Hi, For our recent tour of China our visas were arranged by our tour company, although we had to complete the visa applications. As far as I am aware you will need a visa to enter China, you should check out the UK Home Office on-line advice (which includes 'entry requirements'). Sorry but TA won't let me post a link - just 'google' 'UK Home Office China'.