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The hotel rooms are quite spacious and Jack Li and his subordinate (Yong) at the front desk were very courteous and helpful. We would recommend that such staff should be promoted who go out of their way to help tourists like us who don't know...More
This hotel is really just ok, nothing more. The room wasn't bad, but I had the bad luck of being above what appeared to be a noisy subway entrance, with people milling about all evening and night, taxis picking up passengers, street food sold to...More
Checked into this hotel late May, 2017 on a group tour. Hotel tired looking and in an out of the way location. Staff's English was very limited, tho they seemed to try and were pleasant. A/C in Lobby was great. What a fooler. There was...More
Has all you need for a short stay. Decor in rooms in very poor order, however, rooms are clean. Strong smell of cigarettes, not everyone abides by the no smoking policy. Breakfast was ok. Not too much noise from street level. Convenience store and subway...More
Stayed at this hotel as part of a Wendy Wu tour. The hotel lobby was nicely decorated but the hotel receptionists weren't very helpful or friendly. The room was adequate. The buffet breakfast was awful. All the hot food was cooked but cold because the...More
US$70 - US$99 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#230 Luxury Hotel in Beijing
#462 Best Value Hotel in Beijing
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As Rocket235 says, tipping's not a part of Chinese culture so it's not really required. We didn't tip any of the hotel staff during our stay there and we didn't feel like there was the expectation to either - for example the... More
As Rocket235 says, tipping's not a part of Chinese culture so it's not really required. We didn't tip any of the hotel staff during our stay there and we didn't feel like there was the expectation to either - for example the porter didn't hang around expectantly.
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"Try not to face the side with a subway entrance, it's noisy , this side also gives onto a huge garbage..."