Ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Studentsby A verified traveler
Cheap but authentic locationPosted Nov 13, 2013
Pros: Location, easy access to street food, close to buses. Quite affordable
Cons: Cleanliness. It wasn't horrible, more like a relatively cheap motel. No mold, or crumbs, but clearly not cleaned thoroughly either.
Location: Just about anything you can imagine. There are several restaurants that share a parking lot. A lottemart (like Carrefour or Walmart) behind.
The hotel was nice, but certainly not what you would expect in a business class hotel in the U.S. or Europe. The staff were helpful, but spoke hardly any English. I never ate at the hotel restaurant, because there is just so much local fare, so amazingly cheap around the area. Although the subway is a bit of a hike, there are a lot of buses nearby. It is pretty easy to get to Zhongguancun, Wudaokou or Downtown as you like. The one area that the hotel fell down on was cleanliness. It was apparent that they hadn't vacuumed under the beds in quite sometime. Strangely, it also seemed like there was a "two sheets of paper" limit in the room, for some reason.
for Everyoneby Jason from Toronto, ON, Canada
Not bad but could be betterPosted May 7, 2013
Pros: Nice staff, responsive to our requests
Cons: Window was aging and difficult to open. One side was next to train and light rail tracks
Location: Great location in Beijing, Reasonable to subway station and situated in the middle of university area.
Generally positive. The hotel is in a nice neighborhood with many kinds of Chinese food right at door step. If you want a quick bite of taste from home McDonald's and KFC are only 5 minutes of walk away. Subway stations were a bit further at about 10-15 minutes of walk but it was ok. Quite a few universities in the area, making it relatively safer than others. This hotel has smoking rooms and i was assigned to one of those, and i am a non-smoker personally so it was quite annoying to me. Windows were dusty on the outside but it was Beijing. Hotel was right beside a train track so if you are not an early morning person, expect some noise as the sun rises.