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Honestly speaking, this wasn't a place for comfortable staying. If you don't know the history or the culture you probably find this place rather disappointing. This place is the former residence of Yoshiko Kawashima, who was a princess of Qing Dynasty and a espionage of...More
I recently had to travel to Beijing, China for business. Since it was my first visit to China, I wanted to experience it first hand. This included not making a reservation at a mainstream hotel. But boy did this backfire big time! Although the staff...More
I am very torn about this review.
It is without a doubt a very special place to stay. All the details, the books, the furniture, photos, revolvers, telephones, paintings, sculptures - it's taking you back into the Mao age as per the hotel's promise. The...More
Cute courtyard boutique hotel gives you a sense of the hutong. Walkable to Forbidden Palace, Tiananmen Square, drum/bell tower. Easy access to subway. Friendly, helpful staff. The rooms are decorated with antiques. Breakfast was fine and included. The bomb shelter bar is a must see....More
My husband and I toured China two summers ago and this was definitely a highlight. Bejing is a noisy, dirty capital city -- even the Forbidden City was a little disappointing owing to the crowds -- but the Red Capital was an oasis. Quiet, clean,...More
$51 - $124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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