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Bejing Fulu Quadrangle Hotel is accented with pavilion decor, set in the style of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. All of its suites are furnished with tiny leaf motif sandalwood and furniture items in red ebony-like wood. These choices reflect the cultural tradition centered on more than...
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This is a boutique hotel, tucked away in the hutong district. It is clean and the staff are very friendly and helpful. Our room had good air-conditioning, a clean and spacious bathroom, lots of wardrobe space and every other amenity you need (safe, comfortable bed,...More
Wife and I were here for 5 nights in the heat wave of June.
The hotel was located at a wonderful location near Line 4 and 6. Which means getting to the hotel from the airport via public transport was a breeze, and getting to...More
This hotel was such an incredible experience. the Staff was spot on, very helpful and kind. We bought from them the tour to the great wall of China and it went smoothly! Breakfast was good despite the small portions for western people like us. The...More
This hotel is full of traditional character yet has modern features, the staff are very friendly and understand and speak English. the breakfast was lovely both western and Chinese, drinks are available in the central courtyard, I would definitely stay again
Excellent large suites with impressive furnishing, only issue was a short shower curtain. Very good breakfasts. Small number of rooms arranged around central courtyard where breakfast was served. I had one evening meal at the hotel which was also good. Staff was friendly and helpful...More
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Hi, yes I went on the Jinshanling day tour (less visited part of the wall). It was good day they gave us breakfast on the coach and there was a set meal lunch at a local 'farm' restaurant. You can also to the shorter... More
Hi, yes I went on the Jinshanling day tour (less visited part of the wall). It was good day they gave us breakfast on the coach and there was a set meal lunch at a local 'farm' restaurant. You can also to the shorter Badaling Tour both can be booked at the hotel.
you could book a superior family room which has one double bed and one extra single bed. if the second kid doesn't want to share the double bed with the parents,, then another extra single bed could be added in the room.
Come out of Beihai Nth station onto the north side of the big main road (Di'an Men Xi Dajie) - turn right (ie walking west towards Pinganli station); carry on to the next main crossroad and turn right onto Desheng... More
Come out of Beihai Nth station onto the north side of the big main road (Di'an Men Xi Dajie) - turn right (ie walking west towards Pinganli station); carry on to the next main crossroad and turn right onto Desheng Men Nei Dajie; a short way up (70m?) on your right you will see a sign for Xinghua Hutong; it is a dark looking alleyway, like most of the hutongs but you will see ahead about 50m on the right are two red lanterns hanging outside - these mark the hotel entrance. When you get there, there are two big red doors and the hotel name is signed. Ring the bell and they come to open up. Once inside you will feel much relieved and find a little haven with pretty courtyard interior!
The first time I went it was ten at night and I was nervous walking there - I was glad I had my son with me. But once found and being more familiar with the way and surroundings I was quite happy going back late on my own. I never felt unsafe at all. So I expect you will also be the same on going there for the first time. Be assured you will be fine! If you were at all unsure I think someone would come out of the hotel entrance to greet you if you called - they were very nice though not great English .