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Reviewed 15 June 2012

Located conveniently to Beijing's line 4 subway, you will be able to move around the city fairly easily while avoiding the street level traffic jams. I booked on Expedia by phone and encountered no reservation problems when we arrived. The breakfast was good, service was friendly throughout, and the spa was nice. Internet is available Wi-Fi or wired in the rooms; I was able to get connected directly with my phone and laptop.

Business-level (not executive) room amenities include a comfortable bed, mini-bar, safe, tub and shower, large bathroom, fully stocked desk with stuff you don't think about until you need it (stapler, ruler, sewing kit with pre-threaded needles). TV is all in Chinese so if you need your CNN Asia, you won't get it here. I used the laundry service and was pleased with the speed. It's difficult to find starching and pressing like I'm used to at home so I didn't expect nor receive it here. Iron and board available upon request.

We travel for business to Beijing several times each year and have been looking for a low-cost-for-reasonable-value hotel to camp at for a day or two. I think we found it. Very happy with this choice.

Room Tip: Higher floors avoid some restaurant noise
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Blacklabsrule
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Reviewed 3 December 2011

We spent a week in Guidu which I got for a phenomenal price on Orbitz.com. I think it was about 70-75 dollars a night. It costed us about 30 USD to get from the airport in a taxi..looking back, we could have saved money using the train system out of the airport..which is very convenient, safe, always on time, and super fast!
And, all the tourist vans pick u up at the hotel before heading out for Great Wall/tianemen square etc. So, it doesn't really matter where you stay in Beijing.


1. Hotel Location: It's not really in the middle of the city like by Tianemen square etc. However, that being said, it was very close to most locations and the taxi service was very convenient except for one caveat. You will need to get the front desk to write everything in Chinese for the taxi drivers.

2. Hotel Amenities: First class!! Simply superb!! I would never stay at the "regular" hotels paying more knowing what the Chinese brand will get us for the same money!
- Gym -- they turn off the lights --but it is there in the basement and has all the basic things
- Restaurant/spa - used the spa...nice but not much english speaking staff
- Hotel Room -- very comfy beds/bathroom very, very clean..

3. Food: McDonalds/KFC is a block away. This hotel is NOT in a tourist spot, so, there are lots of restaurants but none in English. So, you will have to do a lot of sign language to get your desired food! THere was a fantastic farmers market right across the street..we had fresh fruit for breakfast everyday before heading out for the day!

4. Must do things per my list:
1. Great wall
2. Travel to Xian (we did as a day trip from Beijing - flew out in AM, came back by 10pm.
3. Silk Market Shopping!!!

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled on business
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3  Thank bastropchic
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Reviewed 2 December 2011

We spent a week at the Guidu while sightseeing in Beijing. Rooms were comfortable. The location is great for seeing all the sights in the city center, and it's a short walk to the subway. We had the use of a friend's car and driver for the week, which I'd strongly recommend as taxis are difficult to get.

Another perk of the location is it is just around the corner from a street of Chinese Muslim restaurants--a delicious and sometimes overlooked cuisine. Get breakfast at the "la mian" place downstairs and watch the noodle chef turn a lump of dough into hundreds of noodles right before your eyes. The hot pot place a block away is excellent, but expect a wait if you don't go early.

The only downside on the rooms was lack of wireless. There is free wired internet in the room, and wireless in the 3rd floor cafe if you buy something. To use the cafe wireless for free, just sit in the 4th floor lobby.

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled with family
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3  Thank mathieu_delarue
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Reviewed 21 March 2011

Very comfy beds, high quality rooms. My only complaint is that some of the rooms on the higher floors were too hot (29 degrees C) and the air conditioning was turned off. If you want to cool your room down you need to open your windows, and that only cooled them down by a couple degrees. The food was amazing and the staff was very helpful otherwise.

  • Stayed: March 2011
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3  Thank 85punkrock
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Reviewed 22 December 2010

This hotel is located about 5 km to the city center and about 700 meters from the Caishikou metro station (line 4). The location is good, but the nearby street is very noisy and the windows don't help to reduce the noise. We stayed there for 4 days during a trip to Beijing.

The staff is very helpful, however, during our visit only one person in the reception spoke any English. If we asked a question, the same person was always called thus making it look very unprofessional. Otherwise, the staff were very helpful and efficient. The room service was also very good and the room was cleaned thoroughly, and the maintenance quickly (in 3 minutes) delivered us a power adapter for free which we forgot to buy at the airport .

We haven't tried the hotel restaurant because it was quite expensive compared with the joints in the city, and also, we were asked to wait for one and a half hour for a dish to arrive, so we decided to go somewhere else.

The rooms very elegant with a lot of decorations and the bathroom was excellently furbished and very spacious. We were very satisfied with the quality of the room we received for the low price we paid.

The cabled Internet connection was good and fast (cable was provided by the hotel). However, the WIFI in the lobby didn't work very well and it was hard to access any sites. The choice of TV channels was standard, however, we did not notice any paid channels.

In general, I would recommend this hotel very much to anyone visiting Beijing. The prices are very competitive and a taxi can be always ordered to go to the city center. I wouldn't recommend walking to the metro station, because it's quite far away, but in general, the location is very, very good.

  • Stayed: December 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank d1gital
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