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Comfortable room, we slept very well and it was very clean. The hutong were it faced was very quiet. The neighbourhood is great! Nice Chinese restaurants close by, metro station 10 minutes walking distance. The staff was very kind, sometimes they had hard times with...More
We started with 2 days in this hotel to check it out. We loved it so much that we are here now already 5 days. The location is perfect, the rooms are clean (with daily cleaning and fresh towels) and large enough. The breakfast is...More
This hotel is great for getting around easily. The distance from the hotel to subway is 10 minutes walk and it's close to Yonghe Lama street bus staion which is quite convenient. Attraction wise, the hotel is close to Yonghe Lama temple and Guo Zi...More
loved the area..in the middle of a..hutong where we had a lot of local experiences,staff where great, thou english was a little bit of a problem ,hotel was very clean and if i had to say a bad point it would be the glass bathroom...also...More
Stayed in this joint during my time in Beijing in May 2017. Was a bit lost after stepping off the airport bus at 11:30pm and because we were too close the cab drivers wouldn't take us there. A friendly local helped us by calling the...More
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US$53 - US$81 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#1 Best Value Hotel in Beijing
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The blind only blocks off the side facing the bed. I believe all of their rooms are set up with the same furnishing and see through bathroo. When you come out from the hostel, turn to your left and you will find a number of... More
The blind only blocks off the side facing the bed. I believe all of their rooms are set up with the same furnishing and see through bathroo. When you come out from the hostel, turn to your left and you will find a number of local eating places. It is quite safe even after midnight because the small cafe and bars on both side of the alley leading towards the Main Street is pretty busy with customers. Make sure you don't turn right when you come out from the hostel. If you haven't booked this hostel, I would recommend the Jade Garden near the Imperial palace. Check out from Trip Adviser.
Sorry for the late reply, they all have comfy double beds in them so they would suit a single person or a couple, but to be fair, it's so cheap it doesn't really matter... about £35 a night in a funky Hutong, it's good value