Ratings based on 11 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Meh...Posted May 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
The Good : Convenient Location, decent lobby for a relatively inexpensive business hotel with good canteen attached to the lobby. The Bad : White walls with layer of flattened dust/dirt, free WIFI slow as molasses The Ugly : As others mentioned....the smell coming from the bathroom was unearthly. Had to keep the bathroom doors closed, with toilet seat cover down, and with the exhaust fan on at all times. Problem was once you leave the room the power shuts and the exhaust fan turns off. When you return to your room, better hold your breath if you want to use the bathroom. I would not recommend this hotel.
for Business Travelersby Jeff from China
Cheap and ConvenietPosted Feb 11, 2014 on Hotels.com
I was happy with the stay. The location is very convenient for me as it is close to the subway, has a 7-11 next door to buy water and snacks. I used to live in Beijing for over 8 years, so I'm very familiar with Beijing and how to get around. If it is your first time in Beijing and aren't the adventurous type then you might want to consider something a bit closer to Wang Fu Jing Shopping street. Another point to consider is the rooms are small, so if you are traveling with someone it will be a bit cramped. As inexpensive hotels go in China, Ibis is always a great choice because the service and rooms are fairly standardized across the country.
for Business Travelersby JD from United States
ComfortablePosted Jan 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
I am a former resident of Beijing who was looking for a clean, inexpensive hotel for a short stay. I found it! Nothing fancy but a clean and functional facility for a reasonable price.
for Everyoneby Greg from USA
Comfortable and convenientPosted Jan 6, 2014
Pros: The best thing about this hotel was the location - if you want this neighborhood.
Cons: The hall carpet needs to be cleaned or replaced!
Location: There's a Belgian beer bar nearby with some of the typical imported beer. Foreigners here. A few more blocks and a good street of restaurants.
Stayed a week here, Fall 2013. It is 1 km from Sanlitun and even closer to many restaurants in the neighborhood. In the opposite direction, you are on a busier street and access to subway. I was on the 6th floor facing the street. Window could open; blinds could be drawn to make the room dark. In-room internet was reliable and good enough. (I hard wired my laptop and made it an access point to share via WiFi). I think there might also be WiFi. 7-11 is just about next door and convenient; I could even buy some ice there (small bags). The cafe in the hotel is okay - not terrible. Food was pre-wrapped in cellophane - a little high-priced - like airplane food. I only used it one time. There is some parking in back - which we made use of. One of us was a Chinese speaker so I can't comment on the availability of English speaking at the desk, but they were typical and professional. Yes, there is some DWV odor from the toilet - just keep the door closed. The room was clean enough, cleaning is available every day if you want it. Bars and restaurants nearby and Sanlitun an easy enough 1 km walk. The room was small ("cute" or "cozy" in real estate speak) but still okay for two. The bathroom was clean with an excellent shower. So, in summary: it is not one of the modern 4 star hotels but a serviceable and clean older (smaller rooms) hotel. If I needed to be in this neighborhood again, I would stay here, unless my company was paying - then I might move up a star.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Oct 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Getaway With Friendsby WR from Minnesota, USA
A Decent Choice for Budget TravelersPosted Aug 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
It was relatively cheap but I got what I paid for. The staff were standard for China, meaning they don't greet you and are relatively rough when answering questions (particularly in Chinese), but they help you with what you need and can speak English which I think is above and beyond. It's very close to a subway station on line 6 which, that subway line, will take you directly to many of Beijing's most famous sights. It is also located directly south of Sanlitun Village about four blocks along the same road making a walk there extremely simple and convenient.
for Everyoneby Michael from London
Centrally located hotelPosted Aug 5, 2013
Pros: Valule for money
Location: O.k. Location ...not far from the markets and the village and Beijing's nightlife
Close to the nightlife in Beijing and the Yahow Market
for Business Travelersby Calvin
Posted Jul 20, 2013 on Hotels.com
for Shoppingby Andersson from USA
Great value & English speaking receptionPosted Apr 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
Great value for the price. Earlier commentators had complained about "no English speakers". Not now. Always at least one of the receptionists spoke good english. 10-15 min walk to Sanlitun Village and the shopping there. A block and a half to subway station.
Easy to get home.Posted May 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
It's the exact same as 7 Days Inn. same room layout and such. The breakfast does suck, but there's a fastfood joint next door. This is one of those "good enough" hotels if you're on a budget. I like this place because it's right across from the hospital, meaning all you have to do is tell the taxi driver to go to the East door of Chaoyang hospital and you're there. Nothing makes me more anxious than trying to explain to the taxi where my hotel is if they don't know the address!