Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.2 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
床和枕头不错，浴室全通透玻璃，够nice！Posted Mar 27, 2014
for Business Travelersby chu onfrom u.s
should be a 2 star hotel instead of 4Posted Oct 26, 2013
No wife in guest room. So inconvient for guest to have to go down to the lobby to use wifi. Small room. Expensive restsurant with so so food. Bathroom looks so old because poor maitainance.
for Personal Eventby Phil wfrom Texas, USA
Far from everythingPosted Oct 6, 2013
This was a great hotel except for how far it was from everything. The one saving factor was that there was a subway station about a 10 minute walk away. If you knew the bus schedule, and had the time, there was a bus stop right in front if the hotel.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Englische kommunikation sehr schwierigPosted Sep 23, 2013
Lage sehr weit draussen, aber für den Preis ok. Nicht ausgerichtet auf ausländische, nicht Chinesisch sprechende Gäste.
Recommendedby 好from 好
绝佳的地点Posted Sep 12, 2013
for Business Travelersby Dfrom Hong Kong
Posted Mar 14, 2013
Management of hotel is very local Chinese style, no wifi in the room; not as convenient
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Nottinghamshire
Convenient for what I needed and for public transport to centrePosted Nov 26, 2011
Location: The Forbidden City is a must do for the history and beauty. The Silk Mall is great for shopping. The Hutongs are delightful and good for authentic Chinese purchases. The tallest building in Beijing needs to be seen before 10pm as all the lights in the city are switched off after that time. Street cooking is popular and you can watch them cook your food in front of you.
If you're looking for a nice hotel in the Haidian district of Beijing, this is the perfect choice. However, very few staff spoke English and that was a little challenging at times but they were friendly and helpful! The hotel was clean, the room was big and clean and the spa offered a wide range of massages and treatments. Taxi to the airport from the hotel cost RMB 120; taxi fare to Tiannemen Square was about RMB 65. Buses were right outside and cost 20p to the Subway which also cost 20p to get into the centre or to most places of interest.
by A verified travelerfrom Columbia, Missouri
Don't go there!Posted Oct 2, 2011
The pictures looked great so I booked a week. We got there and there was NO functioning Air Conditioning! After locating the only person that spoke English, they kept saying everything was "fine". We finally had to say: "please either fix the AC, find us another room with a working AC unit, or we will simply have to find another hotel". Their response was amusing, they said: yes, better you find another hotel...which we happily did and their AC unit worked fine. Location? They are 45 minutes away from the airport, right next to a 10 lane super highway with NOTHING around them. The hotel restaurant is a joke, we had to take a taxi to find breakfast! I am not usually someone that complains and normally take things in stride - this hotel is a joke, book at your own risk...I would avoid it like the plague!!
by A verified traveler
Posted Sep 11, 2011
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom SCOTLAND
nice place to stayPosted Jul 21, 2009
high qualitay and very comfortable hotel with nice people