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Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping

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29 Nan Kou Road, Cheng Nan Street,, Beijing 102200 China
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#213 of 6,219 hotels in Beijing
Centrally located in the Changping Fun Capital Complex, Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping is in leading position of international brand hotel with hot spring facilities in Changping district, as well as in Beijing market. Merely a 40-minute drive from downtown Beijing, the hotel enjoys a prime location next to Beijing-Tibet and Beijing-Xinjiang Expressways, amidst many natural and cultural attractions including famous tourist destinations such as Juyongguan Great Wall, Ming Tombs, and Badaling Great Wall. Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping is part of the mixed-use Fun Capital Complex which also includes a theme park and an outlet. Together, these facilities create a one-stop integrated destination, offering accommodation, meeting and events space, F&B experiences, entertainment facilities, shopping and leisure activities.
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Maxim B wrote a review Aug. 2021
Ottawa, Canada905 contributions160 helpful votes
The hotel looks very nice inside. Rooms have laminate flooring - a definite plus! Overall facilities are very modern and clean. One problem is the design of the bathroom lights. It is impossible to turn a light in the toilet it shower without turning lights in half the room. This is a problem when I've lesson needs to get up and shower, while the other person is still sleeping. Breakfast is well laid out, good balance between Chinese and western flavours. Cold cuts station is a bit boring, and the pancake/waffles station is missing whip cream. The main reason, however, why I gave this review 3 stars is the hot spring resort. This is the hotel's main advertised feature, and yet it suffers from a couple of major problems. 1. I had to pay extra for using outdoor pools! And not a small amount - approx. $50 per adult with no in and out privileges. Considering the overall size and the limited features of the facility - definitely not worth it. 2. As I mentioned, there were no in and out privileges, and the designated restaurant attached to the hit spring area was poor and expensive. So people were sneaking in did delivery all the time, resulting in news and flies around the sitting areas, and even closer to the pools. An additional observation: The hotel is billed as a resort, and therefore, does not have a lounge. I find it strange as there is very little resorty about it, and a JW I stayed at in Sanya was much closer to that definition and had a lounge. I say this because I consider access to the lounge an important benefit of my elite membership. Without any meaningful alternative I find the value of my membership reduced. Generally speaking, I find international hotels in China becoming less and less international. This particular Marriott is a good example of this trend.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: If interested in the hot spring resort feature, consider a room package that includes admission.
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KennyTinsel wrote a review Apr. 2021
77 contributions65 helpful votes
Staying in the second week of April our bedroom is 26C/79F. Ellen the front desk manager tells me the cooling isn’t turned on until some point in May. Until then they rely on “natural wind”. Sadly the natural wind isn’t very effective. Ellen explained there’s absolutely no way they can turn the air conditioning on now. The GM is in Hainan (presumably gone in search of a property with working aircon) and the engineering manager is at home and it’s far too much work to turn it on. Poor Ellen very sweetly defends her absent bosses and offers water and fans, but for this money at this brand it doesn’t seem unreasonable to expect the air-conditioning that the website promises.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Sola Cui, Marketing at Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping
Responded Apr. 11, 2021
Dear guests, I am very sorry for bringing you a bad experience. The issue you raised is very important to us, and I have informed relevant departments to improve it immediately. And I hope you can have a brand new experience next time you come.
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BusanGaz wrote a review Apr. 2021
Beijing, China48 contributions44 helpful votes
The hotel has what I would call a "newly opened" vibe. It lacks character and in some areas seems unpolished (bar/restaurants lack adequate service). The kids play room was very well received by our two year old son. Breakfast was comprehensive and delicious.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Bernd27 wrote a review Feb. 2021
Voehringen, Germany2 contributions2 helpful votes
The Marriot Changping is a nice hotel with great facilities. It is located close to a Wanda Plaza and to a local amusement park which is good for kids. I spend a few nights during Chinese New Year there. The service was a disaster. It took us 30 minutes to check (long queue)and we had to wait for 20 minutes to get a table for breakfast. I never experienced anything like that, sorry to say. The explanation from the staff was “there are too many guests” which I can mot accept as an excuse for poor service.
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Date of stay: February 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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TravelingCat22 wrote a review Jan. 2021
Tucson, Arizona2396 contributions889 helpful votes
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The staff is absolutely fabulous, very attentive and helpful. The rooms are the typical Marriott rooms and the website shows exactly what you will get. Tea is normal but coffee is only the dehydrated kind, no pods like in some Western chain hotels. There are two restaurants, one kind of upscale (beware, some prices for fish are by 500g) and the other one normal with some Western food but fewer choices. We went there because of the hot springs and despite the fact that it's very hard to get any information on the hot springs before you get there and even when you are there there's no such thing as a clear map or a menu or even a price list. I have included a photo of the pricing that was displayed on a moving board. The main weekend price is 318 RMB and the dollar these days is about 6.6. Week days are slightly cheaper. Some days it's half price after 6:00 p.m. and it's open until 11:00 p.m. Some days it's half price for women or it's even only 99 for women. There are 22 tiny to medium pools and also hidden away a sand "pool" or pink sand box. Only two hot springs pools are inside, the others are outside but even when it's freezing cold outside you don't really feel the cold when you move from one pool to the other because your body is full of steam. Pools range from 37 to 43° Celsius.
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping
Which popular attractions are close to Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping?
Nearby attractions include Changping Ancient Great Wall of Yan Ruins (2.3 km), Dingling Underground Palace (7.4 km), and Beijing Dragon Land Superior Jade gallery (2.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping?
Conveniently located restaurants include Dazhaimen (ChangPing), Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant (Changping), and Raj.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Changping Ancient Great Wall of Yan Ruins (2.3 km), Xueshan Culture Sites (1.7 km), and Dagong Gate (3.4 km).
Is Beijing Marriott Hotel Changping accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.