Traveled with a Gate 1 group. Upon our arrival, we were given a room with a double bed (wanted twin). Checked the bathroom and discovered a leak. Contacted our tour guide and she made the arrangements to change the room. Bus boy helped us with the baggage. Very helpful.
The lighting in the room was dismal. The lowest wattage bulbs were used and I do believe that it was done, so that you wouldn't notice the filthy carpets. The bed was hard, but I didn't mind. On a whole the room was clean. There are no draws in the room; however, they do provide conventors (a plus). The hotel also provides robes and slippers. I place a great deal of emphasis on having WiFi. None is available at this hotel, and they charge for internet service.The carpet in the main dining room needs to be replaced, because it's past the shampoo stage. We order soup to go, but they didn't have containers. They gave it to us in bowls, but allowed the waitress to bring it to our rooms.(a plus). Breakfast was an eye opener. To Westerners it would be lunch or dinner.If you like cold cuts and cheese you can make do. If you like your coffee strong, bring your own. The provided the first two bottles of water free. I don't know how much they charged for water, because we brought it from our bus driver (2 for a dollar). The location was not important to us because we went to our various locations by bus. (Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and the Beijing Zoo, the pandas). The staff were helpful, but I would not recommend staying at this hotel.
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