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All reviewsshijia hutongforbidden cityboutique hoteloverlooking the courtyardquiet hutongtea ceremonyno elevatortraditional stylehutong areadengshikou subway stationbusy cityairport pickupmodern amenitiesour room was spaciousloved this hotelchinese disheswonderful hotel
Just awesome! Charming, cozy, comfortable, fantastic location, really a “Chinese experience” at its best!
Lu is a sweet and experienced concierge.
She’s a doll!
In love with this precious hidden gem in Beijing!
warm and cozy doesn't only describe the suite we had, but the whole hotel.
we were there in January and were dreading the freezing cold, but the hotel was kept warm and comfortable..
the staff was incredibly helpful, kind and warm. they were always able...More
From the moment we checked in, our experience at the Red Wall Garden Hotel was magical. We had been tirelessly travelling across the country and were bored of the typical, worn out mentality of large chain-type hotels. At the RWG Hotel we felt a warm,...More
So i had a holiday in china and have stayed in the Red Wall Garden hotel and another one in Xi'an. Out of the 2 i much preferred the Red Wall. From the friendly and very helpful staff to the amazing room we had. Also...More
Tripadvisor rarely steers me wrong but boy did it do a number on me with this place.
The rooms and the hotel in general is tired and VERY grubby, particularly the bathroom of the room we were in.
The place has no Chinese feel to...More
We were there in May and there were performances 4 evenings a week, clustered around the weekend. It was quite hot (unseasonably so, they said), so everyone was sitting outside in the evenings. On 2 nights there was the... More
We were there in May and there were performances 4 evenings a week, clustered around the weekend. It was quite hot (unseasonably so, they said), so everyone was sitting outside in the evenings. On 2 nights there was the zither-like instrument, one night was Peking Opera (V interesting!) and another night I think some other sort of singing. They have an inside room alongside the patio area, so they may well just move the entertainers inside with the guests. If seeing some local traditional entertainment is important for you and the hotel isn't offering anything while you are there, look on the web- there are a couple of old traditional-style Chinese theatres in Beijing which have regular performances & allow you to reserve tickets on-line. (The hotel may even be able to get the tickets for you.) Unfortunately, the days when we were in Beijing fell down a gap where there were not any of these performances, but we were lucky in that this hotel had a caberet performance of the Peking Opera we wanted to experience.