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the best place you can go at Yanqing district, believe me.the hotel is ranovated from a old hotel, I guess, but it is clean and cozy, 38 types differe nt pools, five are outdoors spring,quiet and clean.
We booked a week at this resort to recover from our jet lag ahead of the main event of our trip - a wedding celebration in Henan province. This was our first visit to China and we had made NO effort to learn any Mandarin....More
We stayed here for one week. The staff were pleasant, although their English was very limited (we had the advantage of having our daughter with us who is fluent in Chinese) but we managed. We stayed during winter (January) so the hotel was not full....More
We've been there at the September 2012. We visited some nearby sites, the day was rainy, we were frost, so we decided to find the hotel with SPA. We come to Yanqing town and asked for such a hotel. And one of rather good hotels...More
Our family stayed 4d3N at this resort-hotel as part of our trip to China last May 2012. We found the rooms clean and well provided with silk linens and toiletries. Daily housekeeping is done where linens are changed and toiletries, coffee and complimentary bottled water...More
US$50 - US$66 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#43 Top resorts Hotel in Beijing
#425 Best Value Hotel in Beijing
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I can't help with the Chinese translation - I booked a taxi (resort transfer) to the resort I know that it can be reached by public transport but I didn't want to take any chances. The cost was equivalent of £110. Apologies... More
I can't help with the Chinese translation - I booked a taxi (resort transfer) to the resort I know that it can be reached by public transport but I didn't want to take any chances. The cost was equivalent of £110. Apologies if my reply was too late - I didn't see your question until today.
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"room is not very big, lno ladders directly up to the second f loor from the lobby to"