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In March I went to visit my niece in Beijing. When I arrived at the hotel, feeling a bit of culture shock, the staff immediately put me at ease. They are friendly, helpful and really encourage you to get out in the city. And my...More
For our stay in Beijing, my boyfriend and I wanted to stay in a hotel located in a hutong, to experience being in the surroundings of old Beijing. The Orchid fit the bill with modern rooms retrofitted into a building/series of buildings within the Baochao...More
First, the people at this hotel are wonderful; the food at the restaurant is very good; breakfast was generous and fantastic; the dumpling class is great and delicious. And if you like being located in one of Beijing's hutongs, the location is very good.
We enjoyed a fantastic 5 night stay at the Orchid in Residence 9 around the corner from the main hotel with our 2 kids aged 9 & 13. The apartment was a large bedroom with king size bed and spa, a living room comprising a...More
The Orchid offer a fantastic evening cooking class from 7:30-10pm for 250RMB.
The class is great value for money because as well as a great cooking teacher who really gives great interaction to everyone, you also receive unlimited beer and wine all evening! What more...More
Are you booking in the hotel or at the Orchid Private Residences? We booked 2 rooms at the Orchid and both had windows. Breakfast is served on site either at the restaurant or roof top terrace of the hotel. Maybe the 10... More
Are you booking in the hotel or at the Orchid Private Residences? We booked 2 rooms at the Orchid and both had windows. Breakfast is served on site either at the restaurant or roof top terrace of the hotel. Maybe the 10 minute walk referred to people staying at one of the private residences.
We had a difficult time finding it the first time, as well. It's down a short alley and you don't see the hotel until you look between 2 buildings. Basically, it's across the street from Mr. Shi's Dumplings. It was my favorite place to stay in China, so it's definitely worth the effort.
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"Avoid private residences; only book in main hotel and ask for a quiet room."