Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Fine stay, no problemsPosted Jun 11, 2013 on Hotels.com
This is a primarily Chinese hotel, but the furnishings were fine. If you don't speak Chinese you may have a little more difficulty communicating with the hotel staff, but they were cheery and very willing to help so I wouldn't let that deter you.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Real LuxuryPosted Nov 9, 2012 on Hotels.com
I booked this hotel sight unseen. I was expecting very little, and it turned out to be very luxurious. It was a pleasure to stay there. The room was huge (two rooms and two bathrooms). It was an upgrade so I don't know what the regular rooms were like. For the modest price, I was really impressed. Very convenient from the airport.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Another perfect stay at Grand ConcordiaPosted Aug 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
Grand Concordia has improved their service since my last stay! I submitted the previous review of Grand Concordia. Overall a good place to stay for business travelers. I do not speak Chinese but I have never had any problems communicating with the Front Desk staff. On this visit, they had quite a few English speaking staff members, even at 5:30am when I checked out. I was not able to enjoy the breakfast during this short stay, but I do remember it was satisfactory from previous visits. Room inside was spacious and clean. Bed was comfortable with soft pillows. The A/C stayed on during the night and was quiet. This hotel is a hidden gem in the competitive hotel world. I will stay here again the next time in Beijing.
for Business Travelersby N.Yoo
Grand Concordia equal to Western 5 star hotelsPosted Jun 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
Grand Concordia is located in Chaoyang area, NW of Beijing. It is located easily in walking distance to many embassies and the famous Beijing Lady Street for shopping. Also, the Airport Express train stops at Sanyuanqiao and you can walk to the hotel. Taxi drivers many not know the hotel so you can tell them either Eagle Run Plaza or across the street from the Marriott. Hotel itself is very good. Rooms are clean and spacious. Internet is free, both wifi and wired. TVs only show Chinese stations, but I wasn't there to watch tv. Shower is spacious and there is also a separate bath tub. All amenties are provided, toothbrush, shampoo, body wash etc. Breakfast is decent. Chefs will make you eggs any style you want, and there are plenty of choices, but it is not an extravagant nor lavish buffet. Front Desk staff speak limited English but enough to get most things done. You can pay 2-3 times more staying at the Renaissance nearby but you certainly will not get 2-3 times more hotel. This is certainly a hidden gem in Beijing and I suspect more people will stay here as it is perfect for business travelers. There is one room rate that is offered but does not have any windows, I would advise upgrading to the Deluxe room, which also includes breakfast.
for Everyoneby Sareen from Delhi
Worth tryingPosted May 28, 2012
Pros: Rain Restaurant
Location: Needs taxi for everything
Communication in English needs improvement. In the Chinese Restaurant no body could understand what is sugar? similarly term like tomoto ketcup or sause? Travel desk could not arrange trip to Great wall of China. Extra efforts need for vegetarian food. Some shuttle bus service to/from Airport, downtown, places of interests etc. lacking.