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The rooms are a little dated, especially the bath/shower but the water pressure is excellent and the room large and comfortable. Although not in the centre of Beijing, the location is good for bars and restaurants and as a starting point for trips out of...More
I recently traveled here with a large group (13 of us). The breakfast buffet was plentiful and diverse. There IS a Starbucks in the back corner of the hotel, which was well worth the walk through the winding hallways to get myself a morning beverage....More
In the past 5 years, I've been this hotel once per year. This year I noticed it belongs to IHG, but hotel logo keeps no change.
The reason choosing this hotel just because its location and IHG program, but not room facilities or service.
We spent three nights in this hotel over a period spanning 8 days. The hotel is large and almost sprawling. The rooms and bathrooms are adequate although could do with a refresh and the air conditioning should be modernised
We went as a group and...More
The Hotel looks a but tired, but note that the beds were great. Shower pressure was good, but never really enjoy it when it’s in the bath. No plugs on the bed side, so we asked and got an extension lead. Breakfast was good for...More
No, it's certainly not downtown and quite a distance from those tourist locations. It is fairly close to a metro station and i used the metro to get to Tianamen Square. By the way, you must buy tickets for the Forbidden City... More
No, it's certainly not downtown and quite a distance from those tourist locations. It is fairly close to a metro station and i used the metro to get to Tianamen Square. By the way, you must buy tickets for the Forbidden City in advance or queue very early on the day you plan to visit.