Ratings based on 94 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.3 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Vancouver BC
Advantage ,Closeness to air portPosted Aug 2, 2014
Good enough to stay one night for price of 50$ , being 10 min distance to airport for transit passengers. I Recomend The person whom picking passengers up from air port Have hotel sign with them, or passengers name ,that is good start
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler from Baltimore, MD
Great hotel!Posted Jul 22, 2014
Location: Banks, supermarket, and restaurants nearby and easy to walk to
I misbooked for the wrong date, and they were able to accomodate me anyway. The front desk speaks English well, and the rides to and from the airport were easy and comfortable. Great place to stay if you are just in Beijing for a layover.
Recommendedby Gary from usa
Posted Jun 8, 2014 on Hotels.com
room price very fair .was fine in general . room clean , somewhat dated . beds a little too firm. staff great. restaurant good, breakfast excellent in all ways. would stay here again and probably will next year.
for Everyoneby Michael from San Francisco
Stayed one night waiting for flight. OK restaurantPosted May 28, 2014
Pros: closeness to Beijing Airport
Cons: remodel rooms, carpets
Location: founf foot massage close by, and a few restaurant, but staying overnight, used hotel restaurant which was good
room had good air/con, shower floor was bathroom floor. Tile and carpets needed cleaning/replacing. Otherwise room was OK for the price
for Everyoneby Mark from Florida
A decent place to sleep for a lay-over.Posted Apr 12, 2014
Pros: Staff was very friendly and proactive to ensure that I would get a shuttle to the airport the following morning. Price was very good.
Cons: Hotel is quite dated. Mattress is like sleeping on a board. Also in a non-smoking room I could still really smell someone smoking cigarette nearby.
Location: Close to airport. The 1st Taxi Driver I encountered tried to tell me it would cost 500 RMB from airport to hotel. Only costs 21 RMB by the meter.
A decent place to sleep for a lay-over. Staff was very friendly and proactive to ensure that I would get a shuttle to the airport the following morning. Price was very good. Hotel is quite dated. Mattress is like sleeping on a board. Also in a non-smoking room I could still really smell someone smoking cigarette nearby. Close to airport. The 1st Taxi Driver I encountered tried to tell me it would cost 500 RMB from airport to hotel. Only costs 21 RMB by the meter.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Only for short overnight stayPosted Mar 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
As posted at the hotel entrance (as of March/2014) - arrival pickup :terminal 1 - gate/door #2 2nd floor; terminal 2- gate/door #14 2nd floor deptarture; terminal 3- move to info desk opposite exit B....you won't see a van but just a guy waiting for you and will direct you to walk across where he is to parked. There is no sign on the van so we were a bit nervous, but we arrived safely. The hotel is directly across the street from the FX hotel- neighborhood seems run down and we didn't explore what's around. Check-in desk was quick and one gal did speak english. You will need to show them your passport to check-in. If you plan to use their shuttle back to the airport, you must sign in for the specfic van time. The room we got was ok- the carpet needs to be steam cleaned, for sure; beds are a bit hard for US standards. Bathroom is clean but needs serious grout work and the water tank holds enough for a 10 minute shower. We had a computer in our room and a/c but we didn't use it. TV- only mandarin speaking channels. In the morning, we saw a flight crew downstairs at the lobby, also, when we pass by the other rooms while it was being cleaned, the layout and the sizes are different. Overall, we just booked it as our short layover hotel. It served it's purpose.
Recommendedby Michael from Vancouver
If you want a cheap layover option this is greatPosted Mar 22, 2014 on Hotels.com
Everything about this hotel is just okay. But for the price (on sale for $41/night) I can't complain. It is close to the airport, and it has everything one needs for a layover flight, including a free airport shuttle. The rooms are so-so for the price and everything was manageable.
Recommendedby Jamie from USA
Taxis don't know where this isPosted Feb 26, 2014 on Hotels.com
Pros: Hotel was clean and the rooms were fine. Cons: the staff barely speaks English and taxis do not know where this hotel is, turning an easy stay into a complicated mess. Have the address and a map and directions for the driver before you go.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby One-night stay from NJ, US
For even one night stay, it was a tough nightPosted Feb 24, 2014 on Hotels.com
I booked and paid the hotel in advance with the goal to have a room available when I arrived. The 2-hour flight was delayed by 3 hours. I called in at 11:30pm to make sure a room was available around 3am. I arrived at PEK at 2:30am. Called to pick up and had to call twice because the driver did not want to wait and wanted to make sure I was at certain gate. Eventually I was picked up in 45 minutes. By the time I arrived, no rooms available at all. "Luckily" some guests checked out. I had to wait for another 40 minutes to have a "smoke" room cleaned (I don't smoke at all and specified it when I booked). The room was okay for one-nigth stay. But the management of hotel is terrible.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
very good for the pricePosted Feb 9, 2014
Pros: the price, and shuttle service to airport
Cons: nothing, more than fair
Location: just stayed for flight layover, but all things in beijing are accessible by bus, taxi, or trains
just stayed over for flight the next day, was good, for the price, its very good. i would for sure stay again .nothing fancy, just normal hotel room.