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This little hotel would be a hostel elsewhere, but it's perfect in central Beijing down a hidden alley barely wide enough for a car. It's spare--no doubt about it--but clean, quiet, cheap, with effective air-conditioning (IMPORTANT in July) and right across a plaza from a...More
It was good, no lift, slipers and tea bags, electric kettle, hair drier were available. The staf were very friendly and they could speak a little English. It had clean and comfortable beds. It was about 1000 meters dictance from train station.
Good / cheap hotel in Beijing within easy walking distance to multiple temples.
It is worth noting that as it is down a side alley, tour buses cannot reach it and a separate pick up point needs to be arranged. The reception staff despite only...More
This is an interesting hotel tucked away in a quiet alley, close to shopping streets and subway stations. It overlooks a garden courtyard which is also home to several hip bars and coffee shops, and in the centre of the courtyard is a cafe-bar that...More
Staff were very helpful - attractive decor and quiet courtyard although there are bars around. Room is comfortable and reasonable size altho the glass panels around the bathroom are a little bit strange. The location is in the middle of the Do gcheng hutongs and...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.