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This place is located in a good area with lots of cheap and local food places. The guesthouse is nice, it has a chilld out laid back common rooms and I met a lot of people here. Close to Sanlitum bar area where you can...More
I stayed here for 3 nights with a couple friends while we did some sightseeing around Beijing. The hostel is a bit difficult to find the first time but the staff were friendly and helpful and the rooms were clean. We split a room with...More
I stayed in this hostel for two nights with four other friends. We rented a 6-person room for a really reasonable price. The room had wooden bunk beds and a wooden desk and chair. It was clean and had plenty of outlets to charge your...More
Many young travelers from all over the world stay here so one can eat/drink with others that love a life of travel.
This place has food, snacks and beer. Great music going all the time in the laid back lobby and dining/relax/internet area.
We were happy to find this spot in Beijing as we landed having done no research. The three of us initially booked a few beds in a large dorm-style room but it was pretty messy from some long-term guests. The young lady at the desk...More
US$12 - US$31 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Beijing Workers' Sports Complex
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Sanlitun Huatong International Youth Hotel Beijing
I went on the day-trip to the Mutianyu part of the Great Wall when I stayed at Sanlitun in January 2016. It was a nice day. You get breakfast in the hostel in the morning, and then you board a tour bus with participants from... More
I went on the day-trip to the Mutianyu part of the Great Wall when I stayed at Sanlitun in January 2016. It was a nice day. You get breakfast in the hostel in the morning, and then you board a tour bus with participants from other hostels as well. It takes you straight to the Wall, and has an English speaking guide who explains the day schedule and knows a lot about the Great Wall. You are free to spend your time at Mutianyu as you wish, as long as you get back to the bus in time. Before leaving, a lunch is served in a restaurant near the bus stop.
I recommend going, it's a convenient way to go see the Great Wall.
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