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Jiangxi Grand Hotel

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Jiangxi Grand Hotel Beijing is a 5-star business hotel located along South 3rd Ring Street- East-Tiejiangying Bridge in Fengtai District, about 35 km from the Beijing Capital Airport. It has 322 elegantly appointed guestrooms with upscale amenities like air-conditioning, high-speed Internet access, and cable TV. Facilities include meeting rooms and three (3) distinct restaurants.
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Property amenities
Free Parking
Wheelchair Access
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Dry Cleaning
Meeting Rooms
Laundry Service
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Room Service
Breakfast included
Business Centre with Internet Access
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Non-Smoking Hotel
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Air Conditioning
Accessible rooms
Non-Smoking Rooms
Family Rooms
Refrigerator in room
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We stayed in this hotel as part of a Wendy Wu tour of China, the hotel is government run and was ok, We found the room warm due to the seasonal use of air conditioning and heating, we arrived at the start of winter so air con switched off. Noise was an issue, there was a building
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We stayed here as part of a Wendy Wu tour.
The room was spacious enough and (unlike some other comments) was clean, tidy and well maintained.
We brought our own tea and coffee (advice frequently given in TA reports) so that was no problem.
Yes, beds are harder than we are used to
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With lot of apprehensions ,we landed in Beijing. However the smooth drive through the nicely laid roads gave us lot of hope for the days ahead. It is bit away from the city and have all the facilities for a decent hotel. Room was reasonably spacious with a side table,chair ,sofa
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Like many reviewers we stayed here as part of a Wendy Wu tour. The hotel is very basic and not very well maintained, there was even sticky tape holding up the plaster in our room. Beds are hard but then thats China but this is not a hotel that I would have stayed in if I had a ch
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too much of construction noise from 7 to 7.otherwise no complain.there r two convenient stores across the road which was of great help since Thomas cook did not provide lunch on the first day.walk down the road n there is much more to explore
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Hi there, thank you for posting the info on the contents of the Hotel Room, very helpful. We are dong a Wendywu tour in May. Can you confirm if hotel room had a hair dryer. Thanks
As far as I can remember everywhere we stayed had a hairdryer.
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do you serve Museli and rolled oats for breakfast ?
I am not the hotel ,I was a guest there and can't remember exactly what they served for breakfast. Sorry.
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is there an iron in the room?
No, but you can ask call and ask Housekeeping for one.
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are there room safes and hair dryers in the rooms
There are nearly always safes and hair dryers. As far as I can remember there were.
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Hello, Is the room equipped with hair dryer? Best regards Ishay
I am sure there will be a hairdryer as far as I can remember.
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"Take front side rooms which are less noisy"
"Choose another hotel not just a different room."
"The windows are not especially sound-proofed and you need to be as far above the Beijing traffic and construction work as you can."
"Keep away from elevators as make pinging sound whenever lift is called to your floor. Heard throughout the night."
"Higher floors are useless since allmost no view, and you wast more time at lifts..."
US$ 61 - US$ 84 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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