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We stayed 6 nights here. Check in was fast and simple which was good after a long flight from the US. Very quiet area and good light out drapes. The eat in kitchen was nice which we used for most breakfasts but we did have...More
We spent a week here and were upgraded from a 1 bedroom to a 1 bedroom deluxe apartment and it was huge. Everything was very clean but for some reason, in our half bathroom there was always a strong smell of pesticide or something that...More
Best place to stay in Beijing Room had full size Frig. as well as a washer & dryer in our room. Within walking distance to Summer Palace,Forbidden City, shopping and many places to eat, A must a see place to visit.. The Great Wall is...More
Lee garden service apartment have great location. It is conveniently located to a lot of tourist trap attractions Staff are friendly and professional. Room is clean and spacious.
However, the hotel seems to be on a thrifty side. I definitely don't agree with the positive...More
Nice hotel - rooms are good, great to have laundry and easy walk (15-20 min) to Forbidden city area, subways (2 stations to choose from) and shopping. Very nice pool. Great service from staff, with good English.
When I booked the hotel through Expedia it said the hotel offers a shuttle. I contacted the hotel through Expedia and never got an answer. We took a taxi to and from and I think, due to communications issues, that is the... More
When I booked the hotel through Expedia it said the hotel offers a shuttle. I contacted the hotel through Expedia and never got an answer. We took a taxi to and from and I think, due to communications issues, that is the best choice. I would caution you about accepting taxi offers from folks inside the airport offering taxi rides. I've heard they are unregulated and should be avoided. Go outside and get a taxi in front of the airport in the typical taxi line. Also, be sure you have the name of the hotel in mandarin that you can show your driver.