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I think some people who have stayed here need to remember they're in China and not in the West. Yes it's a bit old and the breakfasts are strange (non-western) and the hotel smells like smoke and the carpets are old - But it's a...More
I was stayed here for two nights and I Just came back to hotel at late of night for sleep after whole day exploring beijjing. So I don't have any uncomfortable experienced during my stay at this hotel.
The hotel is convenient for people attending meetings at the Beijing Jiaotong University but that seems to be its only virtue. The beds were uncomfortable; you could feel every spring as if they were just box springs. The air conditioning did not work. The breakfast...More
Floor is filthy, fridge does not work, hair on the floor. Some people have mould in their bathrooms. Beds are so hard. Internet did not work for days. The restaurant next door is revolting, completely inedible. They purposely made our group bad food so we...More
honest to god, this place sucks. was in Beijing for 3 weeks, stayed here a couple of nights and then left despite having booked to stsy longer. the food was horrid, the staff rude, bedding uncomfortable and dirty. we were refused wifi in the foyer...More
US$ 47 - US$ 125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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