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All reviewsshijia hutongforbidden cityboutique hoteloverlooking the courtyardquiet hutongtea ceremonyno elevatortraditional stylehutong areadengshikou subway stationbusy cityairport pickupmodern amenitiesour room was spaciousloved this hotelchinese disheswonderful hotel
Situated in a quiet Hutong, yet convenient for the city & local shops & restaurants, this hotel is a charming place to stay in such a busy city. The Building is set around a courtyard where you can dine or have a drink (not good...More
We enjoyed our stay in this hotel within the Hutong area of Beijing but close enough to good restaurants and shops. The room was comfortable for my wife, daughter and I, quiet and well appointed. The staff were friendly, helpful and charming. Built around a...More
This hotel is breathtaking. Modern yet traditional charm. Located very close to the city and subway. We completed a tea ceremony with Lu which was fantastic. Nothing is to much trouble for staff and they take care of the small details. Highly recommended.
I wrote a review of the Red Wall Garden Inn 18 months ago but I'm moved to write another one because of the consistency of the incredible service, the "we won't say "no" to anything attitude (actually written in the hotel guide in the room,...More
We stayed in a Deluxe room for a total of eight nights. From the moment we were picked up from the airport we felt well-looked after by the friendly, helpful staff. The rooms were spacious with heavenly beds, excellent air conditioning, and reliable WiFi. Small...More
We were there in May and there were performances 4 evenings a week, clustered around the weekend. It was quite hot (unseasonably so, they said), so everyone was sitting outside in the evenings. On 2 nights there was the... More
We were there in May and there were performances 4 evenings a week, clustered around the weekend. It was quite hot (unseasonably so, they said), so everyone was sitting outside in the evenings. On 2 nights there was the zither-like instrument, one night was Peking Opera (V interesting!) and another night I think some other sort of singing. They have an inside room alongside the patio area, so they may well just move the entertainers inside with the guests. If seeing some local traditional entertainment is important for you and the hotel isn't offering anything while you are there, look on the web- there are a couple of old traditional-style Chinese theatres in Beijing which have regular performances & allow you to reserve tickets on-line. (The hotel may even be able to get the tickets for you.) Unfortunately, the days when we were in Beijing fell down a gap where there were not any of these performances, but we were lucky in that this hotel had a caberet performance of the Peking Opera we wanted to experience.