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BeiJing Broadcasting Tower Hotel

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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Dry Cleaning
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Non-Smoking Rooms
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Siobhan M
Galway, Ireland
Reviewed 7 Sep 2018via mobile
Booked this hotel after researching lots of different options and really glad we decided to stay here.

Very spacious room with fantastic views of the city and Ritan Park in particular. We were on the 21st floor looking out over the city and the views were spectacular.

Room was large, clean and comfortable and had everything you would need - safe, TV, WiFi, separate bath and shower, good air con, comfy king size bed, fridge etc.

It's about ten mins walk to two different subway lines, walking distance of lots of great restaurants (recommend unicorn coffee around the corner across from scitech Hotel) as well as shops.

Easy check in, polite staff and the cleaners did a great job each day tidying everything up and replenishing supplies including bottled water.

Area is safe and central across from most of the embassies and a lovely park.
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Lewis T
Abergele, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 Jul 2018via mobile
My father and I booked into one of the executive rooms for 3 nights. The hotel is located close to restaurants, and shops. Lovely modern decor In the lobby and room. The room had 2 rooms in one. A large living area, with TV, sofa and table. Then through to the sleeping area. 2 large beds, plenty of space, Tv's ect. Views overlooking the city where fantastic. Huge bathroom, which was very clean. Staff where very helpful and spoke English well. They arranged a private tour for our party, which was very well organised and inexpensive. Great stay!
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Moscow, Russia
Reviewed 23 May 2017
I really enjoyed staying at the hotel- it had a walking distance to Tiananmen square, subway station, some shopping malls etc.
Tidy rooms, quite comfy beds. Very nice personnel! it was very hot in the room, as due to central heating and overall cold in the street, hotel turned off cooling system. I asked and was brought an air-freshener/AC to put on the floor. Very nice to know that you are cherished as a guest and hotel is doing its best to make your stay at its best.
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Houston, Texas
Reviewed 20 Feb 2017via mobile
I have stayed in this hotel five times. The location is very good. The rooms are spacious and the internet service is very good. The breakfast is very good but will set you back about twenty dollars. Overall. a nice hotel.
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Pete N
Marysville, Washington
Reviewed 17 Jan 2017
I stayed here four nights for business and found the hotel to be clean and well kept. The staff is very attentive and spoke enough "hotel English" for me to get by. The Wifi was sketchy - worked okay sometimes but not all the time. The TV choices were pretty dismal.

The breakfast buffet is all you can eat with Western and Chinese options and the food is good. The buffet cost varied day to day (oddly enough) but was always in the $11-$12 range which is great for a hotel buffet.

There is a great restaurant across the street serving local dishes, and the food and prices are terrific. There is also a dumpling shop about 4 doors down that serves breakfast to the locals - no tourists in here. There is no English menu, no English spoken, and the food is all local and fantastic. I had a Chinese colleague to order for me and I loved it.

The hotel is about a 3.5 KM walk to Tiananmen Square and the forbidden City, or you can walk a block to the subway and take it three stops. If you have time to catch the ceremony to lower the flag in Tiananmen Square at sunset I recommend doing so.

The overall cost of the Hotel was very reasonable given the USD-RMB exchange, I ended up paying around $75 USD per night.
1 Thank Pete N
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"Rooms overlooking the Embassy quarter have the best views."
28 Jan 2016
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"Cannot comment on other rooms but no problems with the room I had."
31 Mar 2015
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"Select non smoking room in top floor (24th). Condition is better."
18 Sep 2013
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"Rooms at the back of the hotel have better views across Beijing. Worth upgrading to a suite to get more..."
28 Oct 2012
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US$78 - US$164 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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