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“Quiet, comfortable hotel within easy metro access of the city centre”

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Jiangxi Grand Hotel
Ranked #192 of 6,606 Hotels in Beijing
Reviewed August 23, 2011

The 322 room **** Jiangxi Grand Hotel (built in 2007) is located in a secure compound in a residential area of south-west Beijing, beyond the 3rd Ring Road, within easy access of the city centre. The lobby features a bar and an area where breakfast is served between 6am and 10am. There’s even a piano programmed to play Richard Clayderman’s greatest hits as you tuck in to your individually-fried eggs, with bacon and hot toast!

Guest rooms are comfortable, with a kettle and tea bags provided but if you prefer coffee you would be well-advised to bring a jar with you from home. The bathrooms boast a shower with a big shower head and a deep bath tub. Wi-Fi access costs a hefty 50 yuan (US$ 8.00) per day.

The hotel is situated in a typical Beijing new residential district, with a small supermarket just to the right of the compound. For the metro to the city, continue walking beyond the supermarket to a flyover road at the end of the street, then turn left and after 500 metres you will reach entrance C of Liuyayao station on Line 2. The signs and ticket instructions are in English and a ticket costs just 2 yuan (US$ 0.35). To explore the last sizeable area of hutongs (courtyard houses) ride for 8 stops to Beixinqiao station and then walk eastwards towards the Drum Tower. It is well worth climbing its steep steps to watch the regular drumming performance and to enjoy the view. A metered taxi back to the hotel from the Drum Tower costs about 45 yuan (US$ 7.00).

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 4, 2011

We stayed at this hotel on a Wendy Wu tour. The foyer is impressive and the rooms are really large. The hotel seems fairly new and is situated near other shops where you can purchase a few essentials like fresh fruit etc. This could be a good hotel if the housekeeping was improved. Our room and at least one other couple's room was NOT vacuumed after the previous guests and we had trouble one evening when we returned to our room after a show and found that we had not been given any bath towels. When we phoned down to housekeeping, nobody on duty could speak english so there were a few attempts at getting our message across. The layout for breakfast is not really good as most food is on either side of a narrow passage meaning that people keep bumping into each other.

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  • Stayed: April 2011
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Reviewed April 11, 2011

Room not ready when we arrived, and had great difficulty getting carpet cleaned when it was ready. Resorted to borrowing the vacuum to do it ourselves! Other than this the size and cleanliness of our room was good. Large bathroom with separate bath and shower. Good selection for breakfast, but once again hot food was luke warm. This is a problem we had in most Chinese hotels. Despite No Smoking signs in the foyer people were openly smoking everywhere, and the smoke pervaded all communal areas including lifts and corridors. This was pointed out to the staff on Reception but they did nothing about it. The Business Centre had 4 or 5 computers, cost £2 for half an hour, but the broadband connection was so slow it took half an hour to connect to my emails. Hotel is very close to shops and markets used by locals.

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  • Stayed: March 2011
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5  Thank jog888
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Reviewed August 18, 2010

I stayed at this establishment as part of a Wendy Wu Tour.
We arrived late in the evening after travelling from Xian and having a meal out.
We where processed quickly and the room was well presented when I entered it.
We dined in the Restaurant only for breakfasts so can only comment on these but the Food selection was excellent.
Changed Foreign Exchange and was pleased with prompt service and the hours (7.30am- 10pm.)
The beds are firm mind you they all are in China.
The room has a safe so this is a plus and easy to operate.
Staff a little hard to get thru to with lanuage barrier but survived.
Stayed 3 nights and would stay here again.

  • Stayed: August 2010
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Reviewed July 17, 2010

Breakfast was quite adequate. Wasn't over keen on the piped piano music (was a bit loud). The location was ever so interesting. We spent all our spare time walking around into the local markets and shops. Our room was excellent with a lovely very comfortable king size bed. People who complained about this hotel are obviously too hard to please.

  • Stayed: June 2010
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Reviewed March 30, 2010

The lobby looks great so there is a good first impression. The dark dimly lit corridor to the room is a bit ominous, and the electronic key card is hard to use. Often it did not work until the third or fourth try.
This hotel has nice big rooms but misses on several basic things most of which could be easily fixed. EG..Lots of lights in the room but even with them all on it is difficult to see well enough to read! More watts needed, Frig not plugged in, but when I fixed that the light came on when door opened, but frig did not get cold. No washcloth supplied, and no conditioner.. but bath gel was !
Walls are quite thin as there was a noisy discussion going on in chinese in the next room and this was not good at 11pm.
Beds very hard.. more so than the other hotels we stayed in.
The breakfast setup is crazy. Fruit juice is sweet cordial. The rest of it is very good quality but it is all self service.. get your own cutlery, plates, coffee, as well as the food itself. Nice freshly cooked eggs but only two pans (= 2 eggs cooked at one time) and a very big line of people waiting. Milk urn ran out and took 15 minutes to be replaced.. ditto the coffee, the bacon. Toasters are very slow.. about 3-4 minutes, and there are a total of 6 slots, so output is pretty restricted! Again there are people waiting to use them. Not a good experience if you are planning to take 15-20 minutes for breakfast before the tour bus takes off!

  • Stayed: March 2010
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Reviewed March 20, 2010

We had a large, comfortable room which was fairly clean and about average for this standard of hotel in China. It has a spacious lobby with a nicely furnished bar.

My only complaint was that breakfast looks good, but isn't. The fruit juice is made up from a concentrate with hot water and the small coffee urn kept constantly running out but was never refilled unless guests asked. There were plenty of waiters on duty, but they didn't seemed to have been trained to do anything other than clear away used plates - often before you'd finished eating - and replace the paper napkins. It seemed to be the kitchen staff's job to come out and check the coffee, or bring fresh cups and glasses etc. Although most of the guests were Western, the staff seemed to have little idea about Western eating habits and when several tour groups were in at once, the place was short of tables and the staff overwhelmed. Other than this minor irritation, however, I don't have any complaints about the hotel.

  • Stayed: March 2010, traveled as a couple
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Address: No.8 Hengyitiao, East Tiejiangying Bridge,Fengtai District, Beijing 100079, China
Location: China > Beijing > Fangzhuang
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#151 Luxury Hotel in Beijing
#189 Best Value Hotel in Beijing
Price Range: $76 - $107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Jiangxi Grand Hotel 4*
Number of rooms: 331
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Jiangxi Grand Hotel Beijing is a 5-star business hotel located along South 3rd Ring Street- East-Tiejiangying Bridge in Fengtai District, about 35 km from the Beijing Capital Airport. It has 322 elegantly appointed guestrooms with upscale amenities like air-conditioning, high-speed Internet access, and cable TV. Facilities include meeting rooms and three (3) distinct restaurants. ... more   less 
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