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Reviewed June 10, 2012

Stayed at the hotel for 9 nights, attending a conference at the attached conference centre. A very large deposit was requested at the beginning of the stay (larger than 9 nights accommodation). The rooms were comfortable and clean. The fridge was locked, so we couldn't keep any drinks cold. The corridors and lifts often smelt of cigarette smoke. The meals provided by the hotel as part of the conference hosting were unimpressive. The nearby shopping centre was useful. The walk to the Huixinxijie Beikou subway station was more pleasant than the Olympic Sports Centre station, for those intending to use the public transit system.

Date of stay: May 2012
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Thank Equanimitee
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Reviewed May 30, 2012

I stayed here because I attended a conference at a conference center attached to this hotel. The checkin was disorganized and terrible. It took 3 times as long as at any other hotel in China. Breakfast, which was served in the second floor ballroom was ridiculous. Unless you got there when it first opened, you were lucky to get silverware, coffee or fruit. They ran out of all of it after 20 minutes. For some peculiar reason, breakfast was served on the second floor until 8:30 and then moved to the first floor. The food did not come close to the standards of a 5 star hotel.. The room was adequate for a 3 star and not a 5 star hotel. The shower had minimal pressure so it is difficult to take a shower. The hotel staff was inefficient. The hotel seems to be understaffed and unprepared for a large conference, even though it is supposed to be the congress hotel. For a conference hotel, where people must attend lectures at specific times, it was not ready to accommodate large numbers. We tried to move next door to the Crowne Plaza but no rooms were available. We had a group dinner at the “fancy” hotel restaurant. The food was barely passable and the cost was outrageous.
Avoid this hotel at all cost.

Date of stay: May 2012
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2  Thank happywanderer11_10
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Reviewed May 22, 2012

This is a busy hotel that seems to cater for the conference traveller, and this was reflected in the room I had which was nicely set up with a desk and ample powerpoints to recharge phones, computers etc. The nearby supermarket, which was under a posh department store, was useful to buy water (the hotel did supply complimentary small bottles) but the locked bar fridge was a bit annoying. Next to the supermarket is a large restaurant/take away place, but the hotel restaurants are fine. Really, though, you don't have to walk far in Beijing to find nice and cheap street food, just turning off a main road may help. The hotel is next to the Olympic park so there's somewhere to wander, and the Olympic Green subway is not a long walk away. As a tourist though I would probably choose to be closer to a subway station. A good thing about the hotel is the midday check out - it makes for a relaxing exit. Just remember that you can wait in line at the front desk.

Date of stay: May 2012
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Thank Christopher J
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Reviewed May 2, 2012

I stayed in this hotel for three nights in early May. It is a refurbished concrete box and is quite limited. The moment you enter the foyer of the hotel you feel like you have stepped behind the iron curtain into former times. The rooms are basic and utilitarian - there has been an attempt to redecorate, but let's just say it is mutton dressed up as lamb. The walls are thin and if you are unlucky to have people staying around you there is constant noise. No fitness room. Breakfast is terrible. No newspapers. Nothing to redeem itself. Look further afield for better value.

Date of stay: May 2012
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Thank billiecart
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Reviewed April 20, 2012

First there was the drill from 8 in the morning until 6 in the night as a result of renovations. You would think that the obvious solution would be to house guests in parts of the hotel relatively unaffected by the noise, but I felt like a giant rat was trying to knaw its way into the room. Not good when you come home in the middle of the day feeling sick and need to lie down.

Second, the expenses, lots of little ones. $5 to wash one shirt. Hideously expensive pots of tea (the cheapest one being about $30). Prices well over any Australian hotel. $1-2 to print a single sheet of paper in the so-called 'business center'

Few facilities for a hotel that claims to be five stars. No gym, no swimming pool. A disappointment since I was looking forward to getting some exercise in smoggy Beijing.

Finally, the internet. Very expensive. Quite slow. Shocking security - our emails got hacked for the first time when we were at the hotel and someone started sending spam out from our addresses (and our passwords were not something like '1,2,3,4,5'.

Do yourself a favour and avoid this place. Lucky the conference paid for our rooms (one day equal to a month's rent in a decent Beijing apartment).

Date of stay: April 2012
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1  Thank Daftmeerkat
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