Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Beijing, Gehua New Century Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Gehua New Century Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Beijing.
Rooms at Gehua New Century Hotel provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Gehua New Century Hotel guests have access to a concierge and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Gehua New Century Hotel.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Back Lakes (Hou Hai) (1.6 mi) and Bell and Drum Towers (1.6 mi), guests of Gehua New Century Hotel can easily experience some of Beijing's most well known attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Dadong Roast Duck (Nanxincang), King's Joy Beijing, and Din Tai Fung (Yuyang), which are some Asian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Ruins of The Yuan Dynasty (1.1 mi), Xicheng Rending Lake Park (0.6 mi), or Qingnianhu Park (0.8 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Gehua New Century Hotel is sure to make your visit to Beijing one worth remembering.
A tour company booked my family of 5 along with many other American guests at this hotel. This hotel and the tour group knew that I had a family of 5 and they knew the ages of everyone because they check you in and copy your passports. I had 3 teenagers and 2 adults parents split between 2 rooms that only had 1 king bed in each room. How does that make any sense? Teenagers don't like to sleep with their parents nor each other. I asked for 2 double beds in each room or 2 queens but they didn't have any or chose not to give any to us. Yes we had an "office area" but I don't need an office area when I have a family of 5, I need space for a couch or a roll out bed or cot which they did not have. We had to squatter style stay at this hotel for 3 nights. Even though I asked for the tour company and hotel to address this issue, they didn't. During this stay, I also asked several times to just get the proper number of towels to our room - 1 towel for each person... that's only 5 towels total but everyday I had to request for additional towels. During the stay we did not have enough beds and they didn't compensate with enough bed covers/ blankets either. Listen I'm from California and it is about 40 degrees in Beijing in November and it was cold, kids pull on blankets and tuck it under them and how can I blame them because the heat never worked so we made due with 1 covered blanket per room and I used the blow dryer to warm our room as much as we could before sleeping.. We were generally uncomfortable and very cold at this hotel. Things are way different in China. In this hotel, you also cannot take photos or videos particularly on the 2nd floor even though it is open to people. There is no souvenir shop or gift store to buy things. It was a weird hotel and I wouldn't recommend it for families or people who want to feel catered to. It was boring, bland, robotic, careless with its guests and I didn't enjoy my stay there. It's the small things that matter. By the way, if you are a non-pork eater... good luck eating anything. Even the fried rice had bits of pork in it. Figuring out what you are eating for breakfast is a brainbuster - as the descriptions/ names are in Chinese and no one really speaks English in the breakfast/ dining room to answer general questions like what is this? what are the ingredients or what am I eating? So we were reluctant to try things but wanted to. Also, the breakfast place doesn't open until 6:30 AM which is bad, if you have a tour picking you up at 6:00 AM. The lunch and dinner dining room pricing is way overpriced. On the last day we were there, maintenance crews were doing construction and ripping out all the carpeting on our floor, so the dust, debris and tacky material that was coming up from the floor/ carpeting was all around us. I wish we were informed of it or they waited until we left our rooms to do that work. This showed me a lack of thoughtfulness to guest experiences and customer service to let us know and making us tread across that. Something like this -- I doubt would have happened at a Hilton. The good news is that the front desk will exchange $200 per person per day into yuan at a reasonable exchange rate - better than the banks and airport. Other good news is that the valet who gets cabs for you will do their best to make sure that you get to where you need to go. You absolutely still need a good translator app when in China though. If you have no choice and must stay here because your tour company has forced you to, then beware of these or similar things to encounter but if you have the freedom to select something else... I would.…
I recently stayed at the hotel with a touring group of students from Australia. Having read some lukewarm reviews along with some very good ones, I was unsure of what to expect. The hotel was outstanding. The entrance is spacious and glamorous, the rooms modern and spacious and all the amenities were great. Plenty of staff on duty to assist if required. I enjoyed the rain shower and the ultra modern fittings. The power points and light switches were in great spots and the lighting perfect. The robots going about their room service deliveries and cleaning were an added bonus. The buffet breakfast is 10/10 with a great selection of delicious Western and Chinese food. There is a large gym and lovely pool. You need speedos and a swimming cap to use the pool. I would love to stay here again.…
Stayed 2 nights at Gehua New Century Hotel. Check in was quick. The room was quite spacious with work space and big bathroom area. Although the hotel claimed that all rooms are non smoking, 2 of a total of 4 rooms had very strong cigarette smell. I also found cigarette ash in the bathroom sink. The sink was also not too clean. Breakfast was good with a more chinese food options. Suggestion for the hotel is to make it very strict or implement high fines if any of the guess smoke in the room and pay more attention to the bathroom cleaning standard.
We had a great stay here for 3 nights on our group tour. Our room was a large king room, with a separate office area just inside the door. The bathroom, with a separate tub and shower, was the only bathroom on our trip with a purified water tap on the bathroom sink for brushing teeth. Our room was very clean and quiet and I can't say enough about the fabulous breakfast. The office area was great for getting organized after our long flight to China.
The hotel is well lit and clean. They have an awesome lobby and a fantastic buffet and a great menu should you choose to pass on the buffet. I do not know why you would do that but the option is there. The buffet is incredibly good and there is A LOT to choose from. The rooms are modern and extremely clean. The staff is extremely friendly and will do anything to help you and ensure that you have a comfortable stay. The rooms use a system where you need to insert your room key at the entrance in order to power your room and access the television and turn on the lights. This hotel definitely exceeded all of my expectations in all regards. I truly recommend this hotel to anyone!!!!