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What's the best way to make the most of Beijing by foot?

United States of America David, United States of America

29 days ago

Plan out where you are going to go before you get there. Beijing is spread out and may not be able to see everthing you want by foot. The MTR is easy to navigate and most signage on the MTR is in English as well as Chinese.
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  • Cheap for Beijing, right in the thick of things for local food, walking distance to airport shuttle, subway, restaurants, shopping & Tiananmen Square.

    Alexandra, Young couple from Australia
  • Excellent for on a budget. Good location near forbidden city and park. Alleyway is near traditional hutongs so you're right in the midst if local life. Not for the faint hearted. Good on site travel agency who booked both a fab trip to Great Wall and our airport transport. Great value. Only let down was showers needed a good clean (limescale). Water was hot and pressure was good. Bed linen clean and other areas of room clean.

    Lynne, Family with young children from the United Kingdom
  • We chose a Deluxe double and were allocated a very spacious well appointed room with king bed and quality linen on the ninth floor. There was comfortable seating, a large desk and a spacious bathroom with bath and shower. The hotel was well located only a 5 minute walk to Dongsi subway station and easy walk back from the north exit of the Forbidden city. Take the subway or just walk 20-30 minutes down Wangfujing Street via the Donghuamen market to Tiananmen Square. This is an excellent choice of hotel in Beijing.

    GREGORY, Mature couple from Australia
  • Can't beat the location, 200meters from Tiananmen Square, a few yard from Qianmen St (equivalent of Oxford St in London) and underground station. Bar in the hotel is excellent, very good western food very good price. My partner really enjoyed his English food there after failing to get this in other 5 star and 4 star hotels in Beijing. The building is beautiful, typical Chinese courtyard architecture. I heard the owner paid more than £10 million pounds a few years ago, now worth a lot more, I am not surprised at all.

    Xin, Mature couple from China
  • The location is great, rich breakfast from 7:00 till 10:30am, wide comfortable rooms, clean, excellent internet. The staff speak English. Very convenient location, just 2 stops by metro line 2 is Hongqialo Pearl market and Forbidden City. The International Airport is 50 minutes with one transfer. Near the hotel there are many shopping malls, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and bakeries. I recommend the hotel for business and leisure travelers.

    Jordanka, Mature couple from China
  • I hate 5 star hotels with their marble foyers and uniformed concierges: 161 is informal, comfortable and friendly with the quirkiest coffee shop in Beijing and the price can't be beaten. The rooms are spartan but clean and the staff are attentive. But by far the best quality is its location on Lishi Hutong with its selection of great and cheap restaurants. Beakfast 2 doors away: dumpling soup and a seamer of 10 xiaolongbao RMB12 for two.

    Ian, Group from Australia

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The Opposite House Excellent 8.9 This is the most exceptional hotel have ever stayed in and I travel already more than 30 years. It is simply perfect.
Capital Hotel Beijing Good 7.9 The place is very close to Wangfuqing and Tianmen square and the Hotel staff and facilities is awesome.
Regent Beijing Excellent 8.6 We liked the excellent service, the helpfulness of ALL the staff, the luxurious room and club facilities, the large range of great foods, the feeling of being very 'special'.
Beijing Double Happiness Courtyard Hotel Excellent 8.9 The staff generate a warm professional sincerity towards their guests. A special praise for Yang Yan and Sabrina who for me made my stay there exceptional and unforgettable This hotel is like going to your grandmother's place. It has the antiquity of a bygone era mixed equally with a love for your presence. If you truly want to experience China then stay here.
Lee Garden Service Apartment Excellent 8.7 very well renovated good security day and night management and staff responsiveness pool and spa is excellent walking distance to all my requirements quiet and comfortable staff attitude very positive wifi cover very comprehensive
Courtyard 7 Wonderful 9 Delightful ambience and the underfloor heating was a treat in winter. Good brekkie too.
Jianguo Hotel Good 7.9 Provides a very desired "soft landing" in Beijing for the non Chinese speaking business man. Did not have to waste time trying to explain myself to the staff which was very sensitive to my demands.
King Parkview Hotel Pleasant 6.8 The closeness to the Forbidden City and good local restaurants
Sunworld Hotel Wangfujing Good 7.7 Friendly staff and speak english well and very helpful in our plan tour, specially Mr. Mac Ma..
Legendale Hotel Beijing Excellent 8.8 Decoration, noble club room, a outstanding hotel, I 'll give a six star rank
The Peninsula Beijing Very good 8.5 Felt very comfortable and staff were very polite and helpful
A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing Pleasant 6.3 Comfy bed, nice toiletries, fun stadium location
Pentahotel Beijing Very good 8 Staff were very helpful and dependable!
Beijing International Hotel Good 7.3 Location was to our favour, Buffet breakfast was excellent. room service meal was very good, value for money. Staff were obliging.
Grand Hyatt Beijing Excellent 8.6 Limo service and pretty lady greeter as you exit the plane

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