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I have been very lucky to stay in this hotel for 4 night. The hotel is on a great location, close to many different interesting cultural places, shops and good restaurants. Very quite with no noise from the street and the staff of the hotel...More
Good location, friendly staff, close to nanluo guxiang and lama temple. Suitable for couples, unique hotel design with old game and music from 90s and old room design. Recommended for couples and family
I would highly recommend this hotel. It is located in Fangjia Hutong. Cozy and cute. We had great time there. They provided nice service. Da Bai Tu toffee and Wahaha AD Calcium Milk are wonderful. Both brought back our childhood memories.
Room was very clean and had a pleasant old style furnishing. Staff seemed nice and friendly. Hotel is located very close to some nice places to visit like the Imperial Academy and Yonghe Temple. Very good quality for the money.
This has been a wonderful experience! The hotel is perfectly situated in the Hutongs close to some landmark sites. The hotel is tidy and the team very kind and helpful. I fell ill with a stomach problem on the second day and had to stay...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... 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