Best Beijing inns
"Located in Dongcheng, this inn is within 1 mi (2 km) of Temple of Confucius and Yonghe Temple. Wangfujing Street and Forbidden City are also within 3 miles (5 km). Yonghegong Lama Temple Station is 8 minutes by foot and Andingmen Station is 13 minutes. "
Overall 9,0 Excellent
Based on 112 reviews
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"Located in Dongsi, this historic inn is within 1 mile (2 km) of Gui Street and Workers Stadium. Wangfujing Street and Yonghe Temple are also within 2 miles (3 km). Dongsishitiao Station is 7 minutes by foot and Zhangzizhonglu Station is 14 minutes. "
Overall 7,8 Good
Based on 24 reviews
"Located in Xicheng, this historic inn is within 1 mile (2 km) of National Centre for the Performing Arts, Tiananmen Square and Tiananmen. Forbidden City and Wangfujing Street are also within 2 miles (3 km). Tian'anmen West Station is 6 minutes by foot and Hepingmen Station is 12 minutes. "
Overall 7,2 Good
Based on 86 reviews
Overall 7,4 Good
Based on 1 reviews
Pros: This hotel is not luxury living, but is safe, comfortable, and cheap. Hostels are going to be a little nicer and more westernized, such as having a toilet you can sit on and a staff who speaks English, but I'll take a squatty toilet down the hallway to have a private room any day. The hotel is clean; the building is old but well-maintained. My room had a hot shower, towels, a hot water heater, four mugs, a bar of soap, toilet paper to bring with me to the hole in the floor, slippers, and a TV. There was a heater and I had it on the max setting the entire time, but I would never say that my room was hot. I slept with socks and bulky clothing and felt warm that way. (I stayed in March 2015.) The room was filled with frosted windows so when it was light outside, the room was pretty lit up. (Not a problem if you bring eyeshades.) The room also faced the main courtyard and if the wrong people are staying in the hotel, it would be loud. (Not a problem with earplugs and/or courteous co-travelers.) LOCATION! The location is great, but it is difficult to find because it is tucked away in a series of back alleys. I paid tourist information at the Beijing Int'l Airport 300 Yuan for what I thought would be front door service, but it's difficult to squeeze a full-sized vehicle on the narrow road, so I was dumped out with shaky guidance. (I think the ride should cost around 100 Yuan, based on another review.) I want to give you the directions that I wish I had... Easy Directions to Hotel: have a cab driver take you to King's Joy Hotel on No. 81 Meishi Street. (Print the name and address in Chinese characters for best results.) When you are standing in front of King's Joy, facing the front of the building, you will walk left. You are going to take the second right (which will be at the second blue "public restroom" that you see). Now that you are on this small street, the first fork in the road is an obvious backtrack so it won't tempt you, but at the second fork it is narrow on the right and the alley widens a bit on the left. Go left. From there you will stay on this path. When you come to the next fork on this road, keep right. The hotel has a big white circle for a sign - you will see that long before you can read the words. Short Version: Go to King's Joy and walk left. Take the second right. When that road forks, go left. When the road forks again, go right. I rated this hotel with 3/4 stars across the board, not because I think it is a 3 or 4 star hotel, but because for it's category of being a budget hotel for Chinese travelers, it was quite satisfactory. It's a 1-star hotel that is adequate if you love to save money on a room in order to spend money having experiences outside of the room.
Overall 0,0 Poor
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Pros: I loved the space and the environment at the Courtyard 7. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The location in the Hutong area is very close to alternative shops, cafes and bars.
Pros: Very helpful staff
Pros: Beautiful atmosphere in old part of Beijing in restored traditional house. Staff extremely helpful, organising train tickets, taxis etc. and advice on area. Good breakfast buffet provided
Pros: the room is clean and quiet. above of all, the staffs were awesome!
Pros: The staff at Courtyard 7 were some of the most helpful that I have come across. They arranged day trips and onward travel arrangements, and went out of their way to make sure we had a delicious evening meal on our late arrival. This was an oasis in the middle of busy Beijing; a peaceful courtyard where you would find it hard to believe that the bustle of Beijing daily life is going on just outside the door.
Pros: Beautiful place, feel like at home, nice staff, convenient location.
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