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We upgraded to the club lounge floor and from then on it was inclusive breakfast and evening drinks and nibbles at a very reasonable price. It was much calmer upstairs and the food was plenty and a good variety. The staff were friendly. The hotel...More
Everything is nearby the hotel (Subway station, Halal restaurant, Indian restaurant, shopping malls, etc.). Very convenient and the staff was super nice. Rooms were clean and tidy. We liked it. Will definitely stay there if i travel there again.
I had to stay here for a trip (a company booked) and while I am sure there are worse out there, I would never book this place again or for personal use. It's run down, shabby, and the rooms are not very clean.
Here on business for a few days and the hotel is fine but, as others have pointed out - looking a little dated. Many staff do speak some English but, oddly, not brilliant on reception!
Wi-Fi is very unreliable and often drops out - which...More
I've been told that this was THE hotel when it was first built in the 80's. All the big stars stayed here. The lobby is still lovely but some of the carpets and decorations do need some refreshing. The rooms are nice and clean -...More
US$65 - US$126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.