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This is a reasonably comfortable cost-effective hotel, and also located next to the forbidden city, supermarkets and nice restaurants. The staff is friendly, although only a few members could speak fluent English. The only problem of this budget hotel, in my opinion, was the distance...More
The location is perfect, very close to the Forbidden City and the shopping street. Quiet area, big enough rooms and helpful staff.
But internet is a madness, it's completely crap, no social media can be opened, only some news sites that are checked by police...More
Friendly personnel and good accommodation for the madness of Beijing. Like in the rest of Beijing; very few people on the staff at the hotel speaks English, thank God for the E-translators. The sign on top of the hotel, in the exterior, is in Chinese,...More
My wife and I stayed a few nights, the location is ok, walk to shops about 1.3 km to subway , room is clean , service is good and very reasonable priced , the shower pressure low and only Luke warm , bathroom had a...More
Assuming you can find this place - it's down a poorly signposted side-street - then it's absolutely fine as a Beijing base. The receptionists speak English (not always a given in cheaper places) the rooms and ensuites are decent and if your neighbours are quiet...More
US$31 - US$62 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 Best Value Hotel in Beijing
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Yes there is. I stayed in June with my wife and young son. The building is no longer a hostel but a hotel with a strong traveler vibe. Rooms are private, as are the bathrooms, which come stocked with basic toiletries, a... More
Yes there is. I stayed in June with my wife and young son. The building is no longer a hostel but a hotel with a strong traveler vibe. Rooms are private, as are the bathrooms, which come stocked with basic toiletries, a kettle for boiling water and a hair dryer.