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This is a large, well equipped hotel, popular with large tour groups. Rooms are spacious and comfortable with all amenities -iron, hairdryer, toiletries, kettle etc. There is a pool and spa although I didn't try them. Breakfast selection was extensive and well organised despite being...More
It was a nice play to stay. I have stayed for business reasons. It was a big hotel. Staff was friendly. Breakfast is well enough for both local and foreign people. Prices was ok. Also it was easy to find transportation.
We're staying at this hotel and have found it to be very nice. Our room is good-sized, with a king bed, twin rollaway bed, 2 chairs, and a work desk and chair, and there's still plenty of space for 3 people. The room is clean...More
I chose to stay at this property because it is a relatively easy access from the airport. I also know Metropark as a solid mid-level hotel chain. I paid a little over $100, which is a fair price. The hotel has friendly staff, and the...More
As said in the earlier review it's not the modern hotel but amenities are alike. Helpful staff for concierge services and they have also collected our courier.
Lobby boy is always ready to help for arrange a taxi. Indian restaurant is within Lido Space.
US$73 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#55 Spa Hotel in Beijing
#75 Best Value Hotel in Beijing
#105 Luxury Hotel in Beijing
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No, it's certainly not downtown and quite a distance from those tourist locations. It is fairly close to a metro station and i used the metro to get to Tianamen Square. By the way, you must buy tickets for the Forbidden City... More
No, it's certainly not downtown and quite a distance from those tourist locations. It is fairly close to a metro station and i used the metro to get to Tianamen Square. By the way, you must buy tickets for the Forbidden City in advance or queue very early on the day you plan to visit.