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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

24 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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The Opposite House Excellent 8.9 Everything. The details, the design, the room, the pool, the location, the toiletries, the ipad in the room.
Beijing Prime Hotel Wangfujing Very good 8.2 The hotel was a short walk from the Wangfujing Shopping District (if that's your thing). It was close to a nightly market which featured such culinary delights as snake, spider, silkworm pupae, starfish, scorpion, and bat - go just to see it, or be adventurous and try it. The spider is crunchy and salty deep fried goodness. Also nearby - the National Art Gallery of China - it's free entry, but you need to show your passport. Not far - Tiananmen Square (find where Tank Man stood), the Forbidden City (very crowded all the time), and the various parks next to the Forbidden City (go to them, lots to see and not as many people - quite peaceful). The staff at the hotel were great, very helpful, and always willing to point me in the right direction. The room was awesome. Great bed. Great wifi. The bathroom was huge.
Regent Beijing Excellent 8.7 Loved the suite, and the gym and sauna facilities.
Grand Millennium Beijing Excellent 8.6 Location, the rooms size, bathroom
Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Centre Very good 8.3 Kempinski Hotel has the BEST BREAKFAST in the city!
Courtyard 7 Wonderful 9 Lovely historic hutong just off a very hip pedestrian street and easy 10 minute walk to subway station. Very helpful and professional staff.
Jianguo Hotel Very good 8 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 6.9 The closeness to the Forbidden City and good local restaurants
Sunworld Hotel Wangfujing Good 7.7 I've been to this hotel several times for work in Beijing, each time it gets better. This last time, the staff were very friendly and helpful, the bed was very clean and comfortable, the breakfast was fantastic, and the location good as always.
Legendale Hotel Beijing Excellent 8.9 In great location for walking to some near by sites and shopping malls. The building, being distinctly different architecturally to the others around it, made it easier to find again when walking!!
The Peninsula Beijing Very good 8.5 good location, relatively low room rate, "honest 5 stars", great service, very good staff, nice pool.
A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing Pleasant 6.4 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 8.7 Two subways station at walking distance. Very elegant surroundings: Excellent shopping center just beneath the hotel. Staff very friendly. I was advised to upgrade to executive status and it was a very good value for the additional cost, around 110USD: you get breakfast for two and a good lunch (a little late though: 5pm) plus cocktails

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    From Chinese Dynasties to Cultural Dynamics

    A world-renowned gem, sprawling Beijing has magnificent monuments and peaceful parks. At its heart is the world’s largest square, Tiananmen, surrounded by important museums and the amazing Forbidden City. This 15th-century, walled complex of palaces neighbors Jingshan Park and Beihai Park with its imperial garden.

    Across from Tiananmen Square is the ultra-modern National Center for Perfoming Arts, a beacon of the city’s culture so impressively displayed at the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the Bird’s Nest Stadium.

    To its east is the UNESCO World Heritage listed Summer Palace, a lakeside retreat of emperors, while also UNESCO listed is the grand Temple of Heaven in Chongwen district, where remnants of Ming dynasty city walls are visible. Nearby are several hutongs, narrow alleys with traditional architecture, that contrast with wider, modern roads like Beijing Financial Street, the city's business area.

    The most popular Beijing shopping street is Wangfujing, and other must-see sights include the giant pandas at Beijing Zoo and the Great Wall of China, an easy day trip from Beijing.

    As you would expect from the capital of the world’s most populous country, there are a good number of 5-star hotels in Beijing on Booking.com, mainly in the Dongcheng and Chaoyang districts. There are also several hotels near Beijing Capital Airport in the northeast.

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    • Having stayed at many 4 and 5 star hotels, my experience ranks up there with the best. The staff were the most attentive, friendly and helpful of any hotel I have stayed at, the hotel has an authentic feel and the food was fantastic. The phone on arrival was very helpful, as were the maps and advice provided. If you have an opportunity to stay over a Sunday, I also highly recommend attending Black Sesame - a 10 course free flow set menu of local cuisine/fusion. If I go back to Beijing, I will definitely stay at the Orchid again.

    • the hotel lobby was clean and offered free bike rentals with a 200rmb deposit. It was near the bus line and down the street from the forbidden city an Oasis Cafe! The Great Wall tour was fantastic and I loved the acrobatic show! Also I'm glad I brought my espresso machine. But the resturaunt at the end of the ally had the best black coffee I've found in 3 months of living in China. Beijing is a true world city! Absolute magic.

    • I traveled with a group of friends and we got a lot of help from the hotel manager who was superfriendly. He gave us helpful tips to travel in Beijing and China and he also arranged a car for us to go back to the airport. He was genuinely kind, interested and friendly. Also the rooms where really nice, comfortable and clean.

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