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Had a wonderful time there for 8 days. Yes the rooms are small, 2 twin beds with very comfortable mattresses. No closet. TV with only one english speaking channel which was the news. Bathroom adequate but dimly lit. For the money it was a great...More
My partner and I were in a private room, the place was clean, although the shower was slightly mouldy. This place is more like a hotel than a hostel. If you want to make friends don't go here for atmosphere. The restaurant closed at 9pm...More
Booked a four bed dorm with my friend. We arrived late night during heavy flooding in Beijing. From what I could tell, this was previously a hotel that has been changed into a hostel. Upon our arrival we were given a room at the ground...More
The very best thing about this hostel is its location. You are in the perfect location for Forbidden City, Tienanmen Square and the Metro (which is fabulous an cheap). Great for backpackers or those looking for a cheap place to lay your head while you...More
I originally booked this place as a hotel, but they seem to advertise themselves as a hostel as well, no real issue for me but it might be if you don't like finding yourself among backpacking tourists.
The staff spoke only very limited English but...More
US$36 - US$185 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#13 Best Value Hotel in Beijing
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Yes there is. I stayed in June with my wife and young son. The building is no longer a hostel but a hotel with a strong traveler vibe. Rooms are private, as are the bathrooms, which come stocked with basic toiletries, a... More
Yes there is. I stayed in June with my wife and young son. The building is no longer a hostel but a hotel with a strong traveler vibe. Rooms are private, as are the bathrooms, which come stocked with basic toiletries, a kettle for boiling water and a hair dryer.
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"Higher floors have nice views, but on the ground floor you're always close to the action for heading out."