My boyfriend and I stayed here during the mid-Autumn festival and the hotel and adjoining club was very quiet, but nice. The rooms are gorgeous, dark wooden room dividers, enclosed canopy bed, clawfoot bathtub and along with modcons wifi / flat screen televisions. The staff was very friendly and polite as well. We booked a room with breakfast included, which was absolutely fantastic. There was a choice between Asian and Western options. The Western breakfast came with juice, coffee, toast, eggs, cereal / yogurt.
A few things that we would advise other travellers is not to eat at the onsite restaurant, which is overpriced (one bottle of water was GBP 9!) and much better food can be found elsewhere in Beijing. Also, we were a bit disappointed with the staff on a few occasions. When we asked for a restaurant recommendation, they would only suggest the onsite restaurant and said they did not have any other suggestions. When we asked if they could please arrange for a taxi on the morning of departure they said we should just go out to the street to find one. It might have been because it was mid-Autumn festival week, but taxis were very difficult to find and would rarely stop.
The China Club is a lovely place and has a lot of potential but needs to sort out a few issues with customer service first.More
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