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  • KarlaDiane
    211 contributions
    The buildings all have a traditional look and feel but the rooms are very comfortable. We were able to experience a traditional Chinese tea ceremony, take a Chinese calligraphy class and eat Peking duck as part of our stay. The breakfast buffet had lots of traditional Chinese items but also some American items as well, all very good. My absolute favorite part of this hotel is that it is on the Summer Palace grounds and there is a secret door that allows hotel guests to enter the Summer Palace before it is even open to the public. We had the most amazing walks on the summer palace grounds early in the morning, and once the park opened we watched people fly kites and dance and toured the many buildings on the grounds. An experience I will never forget.
    Written May 30, 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
  • Rocketpup55
    156 contributions
    This is a relatively nice hotel with a few great features- some very pretty landscaping and an impressive entryway into the dining area. The buffet in the mornings were expansive, but most of the food was okay, not amazing. The other food options for evenings were limited, although I think the buffet re-opened for lunch/dinner. It was passable for a free breakfast, but I would not have payed for the buffet. There was a Chinese restaurant that was open late and okay, but not great, and a bar that served overpriced and small dishes that was barely worth it. Lots of selections of beer for those who like to indulge, though. The worst part was that there was NO regular coffee available for breakfast in the mornings and a few slow coffee drink machines for espresso, etc., that seemed to be always malfunctioning with long lines and then almost undrinkable coffee substances that came sputtering out. This hotel just needs to find another way to provide ample coffee in the mornings, since the long line and muddy muck that came out of the few cranky little machines did not supply nearly enough, or the right kind and quality of coffee, to the volumes of breakfast clientele arriving and needing their morning fix. This left everyone a little on edge and it was stressful to get on a line for coffee, only to find that you'd picked the line that had another malfunctioning machine and had to get on another long line to get a few drips of thick bitter mud. In a rush in the morning before a tour, if you wanted coffee, you could spend easily half your breakfast time in this unsatisfactory manner, only leaving you wishing you hadn't bothered. I would have given the hotel a lower rating for the lack of drinkable, readily available regular coffee alone, except that the hot spring bathtub in the room was such a delight! Beijing was frigidly cold when we were there in November, and being able to soak in a tub that fills up quickly and silently with perfectly hot temperature water every night made this hotel worth it, even with the failed coffee enterprise.
    Written February 16, 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
  • 185deepikap
    3 contributions
    Location is so good. Breakfast everyday is way too delicious. We had a great stay over here, everything here is all we need for holidays. All the best for the entire hotel team! Rooms that are provided for two of us was quite small but I hope they have other beautiful rooms available. In fact, I loved the service in over all.
    Written January 23, 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
  • SufenKe
    93 contributions
    Booked this hotel as we wanted to try Hutong hotel. Booked a 4D3N of a deluxe room and we requested for a chinese style room. Room was quite nice, not very big but the furniture inside was pretty, toilet was spacious and the roof was transparent one sided hence you are able to view the sky when you are having bath. Slightly downside is the toilet was too cold, we went in December and the temperature goes down to negative 7/8 and the bathroom was super cold. Hotel is located in a small alley, it is not super near the train hence might need about 10-15 min. Day ends faster in winter so around 430pm the sky will turn dark and the Alley will be quite quiet, but they are people walking around so still ok. Around the hotel has no shops as it is a neighborhood, but walk out to the Main Street will have some home operated mart which covered your basic needs. As it is a Hutong hotel, the door is locked always, whenever you come back from shopping or tour, you will have to ring the bell for them to open the door for you. One thing which I found inappropriate was, as we only staying for 3 nights, we did not required to make bed everyday, hence we hang the “Do Not Disturb” tag on our door, but 2 days in a row they came in as well. It’s not that we have things missing or whatever, but since the guest have op for do not disturb means they do not need cleaning, hence it is inappropriate to just step into the room and clean. Other than that I think the hotel is quite good.
    Written January 21, 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
  • Everett94
    189 contributions
    I recently spent three nights at the Rylinwon Resort & Spa as part of a 15-day tour of China. Beijing is a massive, sprawling city of nearly 22 million people (New York, by comparison has about 8 million), and the resort is not close to the city center. It is situated in a more quiet setting closer to the edge of the city, which is appropriate for a spa. Given the price of my tour, I was prepared for very modest accommodations, but found the Rylinwon Resort to be much, much nicer than I anticipated. The lobby is large and impressive, and check-in was friendly and efficient. Although the majority of the staff did not speak English, they were adept at using their mobile phones to translate, and their desire to provide gracious hospitality was evident. Having spent over 25 years in hotel management, I consider myself to be a good judge of hotel quality and service. The resort is quite large, and my ground floor room was a bit of a distance from the lobby. It was, though, considerably larger than I expected, well appointed and spotlessly clean. The king-size bed was very comfortable, with crisp clean linens, which were changed daily. The generous bathroom featured a deep tub which filled with water directly from the on-site hot spring. After long days of touring the city and surrounding area it was a real treat to be able to relax in the rejuvenating hot mineral water. The hotel's ample breakfast buffet included many choices, including some Western items. Although the restaurant was quite busy in the morning, the young staff ensured that food and beverage items were replenished as needed, and tables were quickly cleared. In the evening, the bar adjacent to the lobby was a nice place to gather with fellow travelers to discuss the days events. Although our schedule did not permit me to enjoy walking the extensive grounds, or to experience the spa, what I was able to see of both made wish I could have done so. Overall, my stay was very enjoyable, and I would welcome the opportunity to return.
    Written November 21, 2019
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  • travelingshaman
    4 contributions
    beautiful and spotless, extensive breakfast buffet, comfortable beds, nice and quiet,especially on the side of the hotel away from the train tracks. But trains are infrequent. Nice room and good staff. The Chinese restaurant upstairs is beautifully deocrated wtih carved wooden panels and the food is delicious. They serve sea urchin at the dinner buffet downstairs.
    Written April 12, 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
  • Roxana
    121 contributions
    We stayed here 8 nights in October 2017. It's an impressive old hotel. Very varied breakfast... big like! Unfortunately was too difficult to communicate in english with the staff. To understand what I mean, they didn't know what "toillete" means, which is a word so familiar in many languages. Only when I wrote the word "WC" on a paper, a woman of all the staff from reception realized what I meant. But it didn't bother me, it just seemed funny to me. I am a very understanding person wherever I go in this world.
    Written April 4, 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
  • Hopetotraveloften
    22 contributions
    We stayed here 3 nights as part of our 10 day China Discovery Tour through Nexus Tours. The beds were comfortable and the room was clean however, the carpet could use a steam cleaning. The hard water caused the rain shower head to flow in all directions. The room had shampoo and soaps and each day we were given 2 complimentary bottles of water. Breakfast was includ