Reviews on Beijing Hotels
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1. Sunworld Hotel, Beijing
Songhe Hotel, a 4-star hotel concerning foreign affairs located well in the bus-tling Wang Fu Jing commercial district with convenient transportation, quiet and elegantly laid out environment echoing with the Palace Museum located in the west side at a distance. .
Avg. Member Rating:4.63 out of 5 (756 reviews)
2. Days Inn Forbidden City Beijing, Beijing
Days Inn Forbidden City Beijing is located in central Beijing, adjacent to the Forbidden City, which is close to the downtown area. To the east is Wanfujing Street, along West Chang An Avenue and with a 3 minute walk to Tiananmen Square. The hotel is surrounded by the Forbidden City and the People's Congress Hall, which create a superior cultural and artistic environment for the establishment. .
Avg. Member Rating:4.58 out of 5 (433 reviews)
3. Crowne Plaza Beijing, Beijing
Crowne Plaza Beijing is located on Wangfujing Avenue, just a 10 minutes stroll from the inspirating Forbidden City. You are at the heart of the city's prime shopping and cultural district, with easy access to International business centers, such as Oriental Plaza, Financial Street and CBD as well as historical landmarks like Tian An Men Square, Great Hall of the People, Temple of Heaven and Lama Temple.
Just 45 minutes drive from Beijing International Airport and 15 minutes from Beijing Railway Station. .
Avg. Member Rating:4.75 out of 5 (367 reviews)
4. Guangzhou Hotel Beijing, Beijing
a new 4-star hotel, very good location, downtown of the city, near the Tianmen square.
Avg. Member Rating:4.33 out of 5 (339 reviews)
5. Red Wall Hotel, Beijing
Redwall Hotel is located in a very favorable area. The Palace, Jinshan and Beihai royal Park, the most famous shopping center of Beijing-Wangfujing street are all within a few minutes walk. Red Building of Beijing University(The place where the May Fourth New Culture Movement initiated), relicyties of the imperial city, traditional Chinese folk house and Hutong surround the hotel..
Avg. Member Rating:4.06 out of 5 (201 reviews)
6. Beijing Sihe Courtyard Hotel, Beijing
Si He Hotel is one of the subsidiary branches of Hong Kong Hotel Holding Ltd, managed by Singapore Hotel Management Ltd.. The said place was the former residence of famous Chinese artist Mr. Mei Lan Fang . 10 minutes walking distance from WangFuJing, the travel and commercial center of Beijing. Si He is designed base on the original Chinese historical construction – Si He Yuan, which is used to be the home of Chinese ancient imperial royalty. It is the only one hotel in Beijing which was built in the beginning period of Qing Dynasty. The spacious guest rooms are sharing the beautiful inner and outer courtyard and patio with each other, and decorated by the antique furniture those are carved with dragon and phoenix, the symbol of Chinese ancient nobility. This is the representative of nature and elegance. For your convenience, the hotel is furnished with most modern facility to provide you this idyllic residence, to bring you the wonderful experience of luxury and comfort.
Avg. Member Rating:4.76 out of 5 (23 reviews)
7. Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing , Beijing
Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing is owned by Beijing Fu Wah Jinbao Co., Ltd and is managed by the Carlson Hotels Asia Pacific, which is one of the top ten hotel management group in the world. Carlson Hotels Asia Pacific operates five distinct hotel brands in the region - Regent International Hotels, Radisson Hotels & Resorts, Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts, Country Inns & Suites By Carlson and Park Inn. Park Plaza is situated in the center of Beijing - Jin Bao Street, East District famous for its cultural heritage and most desire location next to the main commercial district - Wangfujing Street, the hotel is just minutes from some of the world's most popular tourist attractions, including the Forbidden City, the Imperial Palace and Tiananman Square.Park Plaza Hotel is an upper midscale business hotel and covers 17,000 square meters with 216 rooms inclusive of 16 suites. Business and leisure guests will appreciate the superior design of the spacious rooms, recreation, top quality dinning and meeting facilities..
Avg. Member Rating:4.76 out of 5 (46 reviews)
8. Citycourt Hotel, Beijing
Citycourt Hotel is a traditional siheyuan(a compound of houses around a square courtyard) and courtyard style hotel in the heart of Beijing Historical Conservation Zone.
The buildings are of the Ming Dynasty style (500 years ago), which were elevated in stature from the Yuan Dynasty beginnings of over 600 years ago.It was once one part of the mansion of MuKuShi ,the fourth daughter of NuErHaChi (the first emperor of Qing Dynasty).
Walking through the alleys of old Beijing, After stepping through the old-style red gate, you will be encircled deeply into the two-courtyard, heard by the fresh air and calm the feelings ,hear the birdies sing on the old jujube tree, immediately let you relax and temporarily forget busy and noisy in the city.
Walking distance to the Bell & Drum Towers, Nanluoguxiang bar street, Shichahai scenic area, and subway /metro station. Approx. 3.5 km to the Forbidden City (North Gate) and Jingshan Park; 2 km to Beihai Park (North Gate); 5 km to Tian'anmen square. About 7 km to 2008 Olympics Main Stadium, and 26 km to the airport.
We promise that the guests can appreciate to their heart’s content the exquisiteness of the Chinese traditional culture while enjoying the living atmosphere of Chinese traditional royal court.
Avg. Member Rating:4.18 out of 5 (13 reviews)
9. Regent Hotel, Beijing
The Regent Beijing sits in the heart of the metropolis. It is just Minutes walk from top attractions such as the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square,minutes walk from the main commercial and shopping districts, as well as top tourist attractions. Set comfortably between the sleek modernity of the business district and the ancient hutongs of traditional China, the Regent is in an ideal position to offer travelers a complete experience of Beijing.
Proximity to the hutongs allows travelers to see a part of China that is a off the beaten path. Walking or cycling tours of these lanes of traditional Chinese dwellings reveal sights, sounds and smells that one would not experience otherwise. Watch a game of mahjong, smell the freshly cooked dishes of the local eatery, and get up early to join in with Chinese exercises. The Regent's prime location offers you the unique ability to adventure into daily Chinese life as well as explore the well-known attractions.
Wangfujing Shopping Centre, 500m
The Forbidden City, 1km
Tiananmen Square, 2km
Pearl, Silk and Antique Market, 3km
Temple of Heaven, 5km
Summer Palace, 15km
Olympic Park and Sports Centre, 15km
International Airport, 26km
The Great Wall, 80km
Avg. Member Rating:4.85 out of 5 (8 reviews)
10. Raffles Beijing Hotel, Beijing
Ideally situated at the crossroads of famous Chang An Avenue and the district of Wangfujing, Raffles Beijing Hotel is in the heart of the prestigious business and commercial districts and a few minutes from the mystical Forbidden City, historical Tiananmen Square, the Silk Market and other famous sights. It is also a short 15-minute walk from Beijing railway station and less than five minutes from Wangfujing subway station.
Built in the 1900s, Raffles Beijing Hotel has long stood as an icon of Beijing's historical heritage. The venue of many significant political and cultural events, it has become one of Beijing's most distinguished addresses.
Avg. Member Rating:4.96 out of 5 (17 reviews)