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My wife and I stayed a few nights, the location is ok, walk to shops about 1.3 km to subway , room is clean , service is good and very reasonable priced , the shower pressure low and only Luke warm , bathroom had a...More
Assuming you can find this place - it's down a poorly signposted side-street - then it's absolutely fine as a Beijing base. The receptionists speak English (not always a given in cheaper places) the rooms and ensuites are decent and if your neighbours are quiet...More
Located between Forbidden City and Wangfujing shopping district, this hotel is perfect for setting out on foot. We had a family suite room, with a separate bedroom, bathroom, living room with desk, couch, fridge, wardrobe and extra cot. The reception desk and tour desk operators...More
If you need a place to sleep and wash your clothes, this hostel is for you. The location is great, right by the forbidden city and a big shopping street. We had a double room and it was ok. The downside is that they won't...More
They say there's free wifi but you need to login in order to use it and the login page never loads. If you'll try to ask the front desk they will blame your device. The water in the shower are only lukewarm, and the bathroom...More
$32 - $175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#4 Best Value Hotel in Beijing
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Yes there is. I stayed in June with my wife and young son. The building is no longer a hostel but a hotel with a strong traveler vibe. Rooms are private, as are the bathrooms, which come stocked with basic toiletries, a... More
Yes there is. I stayed in June with my wife and young son. The building is no longer a hostel but a hotel with a strong traveler vibe. Rooms are private, as are the bathrooms, which come stocked with basic toiletries, a kettle for boiling water and a hair dryer.
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"Higher floors have nice views, but on the ground floor you're always close to the action for heading out."