Ratings based on 92 Verified Reviews
2.6 Room cleanliness
2.4 Service & staff
2.5 Room comfort
2.4 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Malaysia
Very close to Subway stationPosted Aug 26, 2015
Convenience for people who just need to sleep only.. Next day can just go for 1 day trip or walk around the main streets
by Cheng Lay from Malaysia
Bad room. Not again!!Posted Jun 3, 2015 on Hotels
This hotel is in bad condition. My room num 107, next to a restaurant. The corridor is dirty. Once you entered the room, you could find a cockroach on the floor. You could also smell those food from the room. The room is stuffy without window. A/C is not cold. You can't sleep well as the bed is hard and you would hear cooking and cutleries sound from the room early morning.
by A verified traveler from UK
Wolf in Sheep's ClothingPosted Mar 24, 2015
Pros: Chinese Style Decor. Manager was polite even if her staff were not.
Cons: The description on Expedia should be accurate! It is not a nice hotel with a spa and wifi, it is a budget hostel. It is very cheap for a reason.
Location: Convenience store & Bank on same road. Fairly long walk to Metro Station.
Took over an hour to check-in because I didn't have print-out of booking confirmation. No staff spoke English. However, manager was polite & good humoured. Bed was hard wood with very thin mattress. At 2am asked front-desk if we could move rooms. She said she'd show us another room in the morning. Morning shift had no knowledge of this. Very rude girl on reception made no effort to communicate, kept serving people behind me, to avoid dealing with me. Fine for back-packer or low budget travellers. Not as advertised! We checked out after 1 night to go to a 3-star hotel. I was told the beds were the same in all the rooms, they didn't have any with a real mattress.
by Richard from Chicago, Illinois
Practice your ChinesePosted Nov 12, 2014 on Hotels
I wanted to practice my Chinese so intentionally chose a hotel where none of the staff spoke English. I got to try out such phrases as "The TV still doesn't work" and "I thought there was supposed to be Wifi." But walk out the door and the location is excellent -- right next to the Line 5 subway station, a block from Xing Ba Ke (Starbucks) and 20 minutes from Tian'anmen.
by Eric from California
Not a bad place to stay.Posted Sep 29, 2014 on Hotels
It was conveniently located near the subway line and a short walk to the Forbidden City area. Room quality was fine for such a budget price. Neighborhood was decent and near grocery stores.
by A verified traveler from MD, US
Be careful when you chose this hotelPosted Jun 27, 2014
This hotel is close to attractions and public transportation. However, this hotel is not well managed and its conditions are old and some nonfunctional. In fact I was mislead by its official description, which is overstated and/or inaccurate. For example, it doesn't have wifi inside and I ordered "Deluxe Double Room" but actually got a standard room. The front desk didn't provide sufficient customer help and typically answered "I don't know". For cost, it is overvalued for its charge comparing nearby same level hotels. So I don't recommend it.
by J Singh from India
Posted Apr 22, 2014 on Hotels
The bed of hotel are very hard and even spring from mattress are seen from bed sheet, foul smell from washroom tiles are break the break fast is very third class the location is very bad and I will never stay there again
by Martin from Denmark
not for foreign touristsPosted Mar 27, 2014 on Hotels
NO WIFI, no one who speaks english, poor service. Old mis-maintained facilities. Big size room, okay for Chinese standard
Most Terrible hotel stay experience ever - BeijingPosted Oct 24, 2013
Cons: Poorly uncultured couter staff and do not accept credit card payment as deposit.
We were very disappointed with our very first stay with hotel. When we first check in with the hotel the reception staff insisted that they would only accept cash for hotel deposit. They refused to accept credit card for deposit unless they charged us with an admin fee. When we requested their to see their supervisor, they rejected our request. 2 Upon checking in to the room, the toilet stinked and the room was run-down with old, dirty cupboard, wardrobe and also, toilet bowl with foul smell. 3 We regretted booking this hotel and we quickly checked out a couple of hours after successfully booking with another hotel.
by Phil from Houston, Texas
Hotel staffs at lobby counter were very rude.Posted Oct 2, 2013
Pros: The hotel location, which is near Wangwujing area.
Cons: Need a lot of BASIC trainings for the hotel staffs.
We stayed four nights. Fisrt night we had hot water at 6:30 pm. No hot water was available at 7 pm in the next nights. I went to front desk to make inquiry about the hot water. The hotel clerks were very rude and said that their hotel is the only hotel in the Wangwujing area that had hot shower. Don't complain. They said the hot water will be available at 8 PM. But the hot water was not on until 9:30 pm. Stay away from this hotel. The hotel staffs are very very rude and lousy. I saw them arguing with the local Chinese guests all the time.