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北京饭店   Beijing Hotel
地址: 北京东城区东长安街33号 | 33 Dong Chang'an Street Dongcheng District Beijing China
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3.0
1/19/2010 12:00:00 AM
Stayed twice on a recent business trip. On first impression it seems a liitle stale but the place really grew on me. It is a Chinese government hotel and was overhauled for the Olympics.Big bright spacious lobby...I ended up both times with an executive room in A tour. Best location in Beijing. A balcony and a stunning view over Tianemen Square and the Forbidden City. Free Internet Access, The room was a bit jaded and the bathroom basic, bed on the second occasion a bit worn, room service very basic and overpriced but for location and price you can't beat it.
1.0
9/17/2008 12:00:00 AM
This hotel was old and dirty. My first night there I went to take a shower and the water was a yellowish brown for the first few mins. I'm here in China on a tour so some of my tour group told me it might be rust or something. It made me wonder when the room was last cleaned if rust could build up that much. Since our tour group was booked well in advance, and they met us at the airport with all of our room keys, I would THINK they would have cleaned the room one more time before we arrived, but I guess it was too much of an effort! We stayed here 5 nights and the rest of the time the water ran clear each time I ran it.As for the staff, it was pretty much hit or miss. Some people where helpful and some not so much. I just tried to remember the friendly helpful faces, and steered clear of the others.The location is pretty good. Within walking distance of a lot of tourist attractions and the taxis didn't seem to have a problem with finding it. I would say all in all, the value isn't here in this hotel. I walked up one block and I believe it was a Hyatt that was there and absolutely beautiful. My friend on the tour checked the rates and it was actually cheaper to stay there then at the Beijing Hotel. Understand though, I beileve our tour leader got taken advantage of and was charged a premium rate for our rooms. One of the group told me we were paying over $250 US a night. We arrived on a Sunday evening and left on a friday morning. Also everything was priced at a premium. Bottled water was $10 USAll in all I was very disappointed in this hotel. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone, and they seem to like to bill themselves as a luxury hotel, when I would rate them a bit below a Holiday Inn but better than a motel 6.
4.0
4/30/2009 12:00:00 AM
Location and its history are what sets it apart. its 2mnts walk from Tiananamen square and Forbidden city..yet close to shopping district.. hosted so many dignitaries for close to a century..looks grand tooThe rate was also very good.. since i stayed for just one night i cant comment on much about the service aspects..but certainly a good property and i would certainly consider it for stay for my next trip..
3.0
4/30/2009 12:00:00 AM
I stayed here for business (I actually switched from the Westin in the Financial district to the Beijing Hotel because it was cheaper). This hotel is connected to the Raffles Hotel, which is really nice as I've stayed there before. I must admit, the room was a bit of a letdown compared to the Westin, the Raffles and pretty much most of the other hotels I've stayed at during my trip through China. Now, it wasn't a bad room - it was large and had a balcony but it did seem a bit run down and the furnishings were definitely old and dated. It was definitely serviceable. I didn't have any service issues, or bathroom/shower issues. Location-wise, it is ideally located. It is a few blocks from Tiananmen Square and the Royal Palace. There's a shopping district just around the corner from the hotel and the Silk market is probably a 15 minute cab ride (depending on traffic). The art zone (aka 798) is about half an hour away by cab too (remember, cabs are cheap in China). So, definitely a great location for the hotel. If you're looking for a no-frills hotel at a good price in a great location the Beijing Hotel is a good choice. If you're willing to spend more money, I'd stay next door at the Raffles.
5.0
7/1/2009 12:00:00 AM
in Wanfujing, close to metro stop, very convenient. got a small Christmas gift (candies) in a small cute sock-- nice surprise.
3.0
7/14/2009 12:00:00 AM
You get the feeling in the Beijing Hotel that she was once grand and luxurious, but hasn't been able to quite keep up. Since this was the first hotel I stayed in while in China,, and my first trip to China, the hotel exceeded my preconceived notions of what a hotel in China might be like so I didn't mind. But after comparing to other hotels on the trip, the beauty faded.The room was comfortable, but I was a little freaked out when I couldn't figure out how to turn on the lights. (Obviously, I'm not much of an international traveler.) Luckily, the front desk help speaks English and was able to give me direcitons on how to slip my room key into the electricity activation slot. No more problems.The set up and furnishings in the room seemed standard enough, including a traditionally hard Chinese bed, but the closet doors were difficult to deal with and I was never able to fully open the closet. The room included a hot tea pot and some very delicious jasmine tea...that's one way to stretch the water.I found the front desk staff very helpful, but be careful about security. They don't really ask for ID when you need a new room key...that might be a little too accomdoating. The restaurant staff was very helpful. One waiter went somewhere (who knows where!) to find a bottle of Tabasco at my request, even when I told him it was no problem that they didn't have one. I found the room attendants surly and unhelpful. Since the hotel was part of the tour, I can't comment on price, but if the price was right, I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. The location can't be beat (right next to shopping and close to Tienman Square and the Forbidden Palace).
4.0
7/31/2009 12:00:00 AM
We are a family with 2 daughters aged 15 and 18. We found the Beijing Hotel location to be absolutely brilliant, couldn't have chosen a better spot. Right on the corner of the main shopping strip of Wangfujing Mall. Excellent shopping plaza right across the road also with a supermarket, and bakery etc. It had a great food court which was great value dining for lunch or dinner. We had to have 2 rooms as they wouldn't allow us to all be in one room. We did ask for adjoining rooms, but they didn't have any, but we were right next door to each other, so that was no problem. The rooms were very generous in size, each room had 2 double beds, which I questioned when we checked in. These were the standard room, and if we wanted a queen bed we would have to pay more, and I think move to another floor to the girls, so my husband and I actually had our own double bed each rather than share 1, it was quite funny actually. The bathrooms were a good size also, and they delivered 2 bottles of water free of charge every day which was handy. Rooms were probably a little old, but very clean and more than adequate. We didn't get rooms with a great view, but in hindsight, probably worked out to our advantage, as we didn't have any traffic noise either. The foyer was lovely, one of the concierge people was fantastic, and his english was very good, most of the other staff were not overly helpful as they had limited english. We were able to get a taxi fairly easily, either from the hotel or just across the road. We got a card from the concierge each time we went somewhere with the destination written down in mandarin which we could show and made our travelling very easy. It was a little confusing however, as you walk through what we thought was our hotel foyer, but it ended up being the Raffles Hotel foyer as they are joined, but appear to be separate hotels, yet all of their facilities seemed to belong to them, ie the tennis court, the bowling alley, the pool and the billiard room, but are able to be used by the Beijing Hotel, it all had a cost however, but we did have a game of ten pin bowls and billiards one afternoon, which was fun. We booked a couple of tours, and it was no problem coming to the Beijing Hotel for collection. Overall, we were very happy with our selection of hotel and its location.
1.0
8/30/2009 12:00:00 AM
I have never felt so deceived & ripped off by a hotel, and that is saying a lot having spent 7 months in China...We called the hotel reservations hotline directly a week before our arrival and was told by a so-called 'Sales Manager' that our 2 night stay in a standard room would come to RMB$1288. When we arrived at the hotel the person who checked us in told us that our stay would amount to RMB$1488 including breakfast (which we did not request) and spent 10 minutes arguing about before he agreed to change the price back to RMB$1288. He then told us that double beds were not avaliable in standard rooms, and that we would have to pay an extra RMB$200 for a double bed - so we ended up sleeping in a room with 2 single beds with no breakfast.We were put on a non-smoking floor, but the whole place smelt like burnt old carpet. The room & bathroom were reasonable sizes, but there was no facial tissues avaliable and they gave us rough, cheap toilet paper - not what you would expect for a 5 star hotel. The room had a balcony which looks onto Chang An Avenue, but you cannot turn off the balcony light and the curtains inside the room don't close properly, so you've got a light shining in your face for the whole night.Friends advised us that most hotels can organise day trips to the Great Wall at reasonable prices (most of our friends paid ~RMB$600-$700 for a taxi to take them there, wait and take them back to their hotels), but when we went to ask the concierge about this, they insisted we hire a driver & personal guide for RMB$700 PER PERSON. They refused to book a taxi for us, claiming that taxis were not trustworthly. We ended up asking the concierge at the Raffles Beijing Hotel next door to organise a taxi for us.The final insult was when we checked out of the hotel - We were told to pay RMB$2576 instead of the agreed RMB$1288, as they then claimed that RMB$1288 was the PER NIGHT rate, not the total cost of the stay. The front desk manager claimed that there was no way possible that their Sales Manager would offer the rooms for less that RMB$1000 per night as it was a 5 star hotel etc etc. We got on a 3rd party hotel booking website (ctrip) and showed him the Beijing hotel was only listed at RMB$607 per night (+ 15% service charge), but he did not relent - changing his story and claimed that we were 'upgraded' (which we were not told and did not agree to at check in - and if this was true, I dread to think what a 'standard room' would actually be like) and that it was not possible for him to only charge us RMB$1288 for 2 nights.We ended up moving to the Courtyard Marriot 1 block away - their RACK RATE was only RMB$850 pn + 15%. We probably could have gotten an even better price if we booked ahead of time, but we were just glad to be out of the Beijing Hotel.
2.0
9/8/2009 12:00:00 AM
Our room - Forbidden City view at a premium price (1700.00 yuan per night) was shabby with heavily stained carpets.Breakfast was expensive and no items were replenished after 9.30 - breakfast finished at 10.00 a.m. On one occasion it was suggested to us at about 9.55 that we might consider leaving the restaurant as they wanted to prepare for lunch.The 2 speciality Chinese restaurants were reasonably priced and served good food.The management should walk 200 yards up the road to The Grand Hyatt where, for the same price, you get a clean, modern hotel, a room on the Executive Lounge floor with free evening cocktails and snacks, and Continental Breakfast included,
4.0
9/27/2009 12:00:00 AM
Just down the road from Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, the Beijing Hotel enjoys a spectacular location (dead center of Beijing). The Raffles Hotel is literally attached in the next building over, and the Grand Hyatt is in the complex across the street. So for 25-50% less per night, this is a great bet.
4.0
10/8/2009 12:00:00 AM
Nice high class hotel on the main street. Secret garden is only couple of subway stops and next to the main shopping area, Wang Fu Jing.
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