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If some one want to visit expo, like we were there for CRH Expo but simultaneously we also want to live in bit live area at night, so this hotel ok for this kind of choice.
McDonalds / KFC & Pizza Hut is just diagonally...More
China has been a very friendly place. And the staff here is very helpful. Rooms are clean. The population is in hotel same as outside I think rooms are very clean for Beijing. Thank you. Breakfast is very good.
This is a reasonable if slightly expensive hotel located close to the main Olympic landmarks such as the Birdsnest Stadium. The restaurant is quite good, although the breakfast was frequently missing some of the dishes - they were replaced, but the service could have been...More
CIGH is good but not as good as a 5 star hotel. The first shocking thing happens when you want to check-in. Some receptionists cannot speak English. About room, water is not potable!!! Each person is given a 330ml bottle of mineral water per day....More
The hotel is in the Northern Beijing, near the 4th ring road. Takes about 30 min to get there from the airport by taxi if there are no traffic jams. Not the best spot if you are in Beijing for sightseeing, a walk to the...More
US$93 - US$195 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#54 Business Hotel in Beijing
#63 Spa Hotel in Beijing
#96 Best Value Hotel in Beijing
#123 Luxury Hotel in Beijing
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China uses 220 volts electricity system. If I remember correctly, the outlet is three square pins type, same as the ones in UK. You should bring a universal adapter for your chargers, so that it can adapt to outlets from any... More
China uses 220 volts electricity system. If I remember correctly, the outlet is three square pins type, same as the ones in UK. You should bring a universal adapter for your chargers, so that it can adapt to outlets from any country. Nowadays, most portable chargers automatically switch to either 110 or 220 volts system. However, you should check the specifications on your charger to make sure that it works for both voltages.
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"It's a non-smoking hotel, but this policy is not well enforced. Insist on a non-smoking room from the..."