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No.70 Yanle Hutong, Dongcheng, 100010 Beijing, China – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9/10! (score from 100 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Hotel Cote Cour Beijing.
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BBQ Facilities, Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Solarium, Massage, Bicycle Rental, Library, Playground
Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Snack Bar, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Car Rental, Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, Air Conditioning
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
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Staff was very helpful
Beautiful courtyard hotel. It's like stepping back in time. Room very well appointed, and the young staff speak excellent English. Located in an old alley where life is bustling.
Nothing about the hotel but Beijing itself. There is no air!! Pollution is very bad- I was there 3 days and my lungs started to hurt.
loved the peaceful atmosphere, quiet place, awesome renovation, very friendfly and helpful staff, etc. etc.
a bit slow breakfast but i must admit i was also in a hurry. only one person to prepare breakfast
Loved the hotel and the outdoor terraces and breakfast in the sunny glass enclosed rooftop restaurant, loved the location of the hotel in the 'hutong', and the very accomodating staff
my only complaint is the lighting in my room was too dim, my friend who was in a suite had overhead spots so he didn't have this problem but in my standard room the lighting was not sufficient. Changing the bulbs in the very nice hanging ceiling lamp would do the trick,( I could've asked when I was there and I'm sure they would've taken care of it).
Loved the hotel itself, you felt like you were in the middle of a peaceful chinese dream! Very friendly staff that spoke great English and was very helpful explaining how to get to places by foot or metro, as well as setting up car tour for Mutianyu Great Wall section. Very simple and delicious continental breakfast in a lovely cafe on the second floor, which offers a beautiful view on clear days. I was really pleased as a solo traveler and would come back again.
Pretty weak wifi in the room, so needed to go to lobby for better signal. Also room got very cold at night, but the comforter kept me warm. Would be nice to regulate the heat a bit during the cold Beijing winter.
Very helpful staff, very good location, beautiful breakfast area. Neat experience staying in the hutong.
Unique, historic converted school/house on Dongchen District houtong. Great staff, Charming architecture
Room a bit small
The staff were very friendly and efficient. They offered helpful advice about sightseeing and really made us feel welcome. The restaurant was quiet in the early evening when we had dinner the first night. This room was beautiful and the atmosphere was perfect for tired travelers. The food was good and reasonably priced. A few reviewers have commented on the lack of choice on the menu, but for a small hotel I thought it was pretty good.
No bath in our room - not a major problem.
Great location, 5-10 minute walk to closest subway station. Staff couldn't have been more helpful-needed to book accommodation for next leg of journey and staff were very helpful! Breakfast had two options, Chinese style and Western style (eggs, toast, coffee, cereal with yoghurt), both were great. Staff always very attentive. Lovely courtyard to eat breakfast in too!
The hotel is built from a traditional courtyard house. The staff could not have been more helpful and lovely. We particularly loved the hotel cats who made us feel very much at home. Having cocktails on the roof after a long day sightseeing was fabulous. This hotel is well located and it is easy to find your way around. We loved staying in the Hutongs. There is real colour in the area and it is not overly touristy. Really important to arrange with the hotel for a pick-up from the airport as taxis won't go into the Hutongs. This is easily arranged and the hotel are great at organising drivers for trips out of town as well.
The Wi-fi is free but it could be a bit hard to get a strong signal in our room. No problem with signal in public areas.
A large hutong courtyard hotel - clearly with a french twist ("garden view"). The rooftop area is quite substantial and very pleasant in the evenings (there is a rooftop restaurant and bar). Rooms are comfortable and traditional - with modern touches and the bathroom was of a high standard.
I think the hotel is a relatively new aquisition and renovation project (french owners)? I found the courtyard a little underwhelming with cheap furniture and a very sad looking pond. I think a little more effort on the communal areas would give a more balanced feel to reflect the efforts spent elsewhere in the hotel. No fridge or mini-bar in the room. There was a mini-terrace out of my room which had two car tyres and a few other random items - perhaps this is feng shui to a mastery beyond my years. Had to walk quite some way with a lot of luggage to find a taxi. I've stayed in better hutong courtyard hotels - although this was reasonable value for money.
Great location. Fab place. Staff really friendly. Looking for a non touristy place to stay this is it.
Booked taxi with hotel but didn't turn up. Some mix up. If getting own taxi from airport email hotel and get them to write directions down. The taxi man will most likely not drive down the hutong. Walk about 500m. Big red doors. Large CC symbol left of door
Staff was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was amazing. Location in a hutong was very charming. Short walk to the metro. Really the perfect base camp for seeing Beijing.
Very atmospheric boutique hotel in traditional courtyard house once used by musicians of the Imperial Qing court. The staff are very polite and eager to please; unusually for China, they all speak good English. The location is quite good, some 10 minutes' walk from the nearest Beijing Subway station (Dongsi, Lines 5 and 6).
The only thing that could reasonably be improved is the choice of food in the hotel. There is no restaurant as such but breakfast and dinner are both available; however, although everything was tasty enough, the selection is very limited. For dinner it is also necessary to order in advance.
The feeling of coming home, waking up to the sound of birds singing, and the absence of city noise. The staff are welcoming, helpful and efficient.
Everything at Hotel Cote Cour was wonderful. The staff are exceptionally friendly and accommodating. The room was lovely - beautifully appointed and clean. The breakfasts were excellent, and in a beautiful, peaceful setting. Plus, the hotel is in a wonderful location, convenient walking distance to shopping, parks, restaurants, and the subway.
location, staff, decor top notch
Rooms are peaceful, doesn't feel like you are in the middle of a big city. The staff were fantastically helpful. We are so pleased we picked this hotel rather than a western chain. When we first arrived (and it's worth booking the hotel pick up from the airport) we wondered where we were going and might have been concerned if we'd been in a taxi, but on arrival it was like going into another world through an alice in wonderland door. We walked from here a lot - to the Forbidden City and Tianamen Square, to Wangfujing, to subway stations to visit other places. Staff were really helpful with advice and we used the hotel car service to visit the Great Wall at Mutianyu. Overall there's nothing we wouldn't recommend.
Whilst we were there reception on the TV in the room was very poor but then we weren't there to watch TV!
Quiet courtyard with small pond Lovely rooms Great design Rooftop terrace
Breakfast was very basic. Staff was helpful but a bit too curious. We were asked inappropiate questions.
staff was extremely polite and helpful, even late at night. We had no major problems finding the hotel, walking from the railway station as indicated in the directions sent at the reservation. Our room was a bit small compared to others, but as someone else wrote the little details and bathrooms were amazing.
Not very central - about 3 metro stop from Tienammen Square, but on the other end we enjoyed being far from confusion and crowds. Breakfast could be improved, little selection available.
very nice staff awesome breakfast original chinese style very central location
Hotel Cote Cour is an intimate oasis of quiet, comfort and greenery in one of the few remaining ungentrified hutong neighborhoods in Beijing. The rooms surround a lovely interior courtyard with a koi pond and small trees. The breakfast/dining room is on the second floor, adjoining a beautiful outdoor terrace. The staff is helpful and friendly and all speak English quite well. Plus, they are responsive and helpful by email. This is truly a unique place to stay in Beijing.
Taxi drivers are reluctant to drive to the door of the hotel because of the narrow hutong access. We had to "lean on" our driver to take us to the door late on the night of our arrival. Thereafter, we caught taxis at the outlet of the hutong. This is an issue with taxi drivers unfamiliar with the hotel's hutong location. The hotel arranged a driver to take us to the airport so this was not an issue on departure.
This hotel is everything you would want from a hotel in Beijing, China. It is unique, charming, comfortable. The breakfast is lovely and the staff is there 24-hours and extremely helpful!
I didn't like that I couldn't stay a month! :)
Great hutong location. Super friendly staff, very capable and good English. Room very comfortable. Peaceful setting. Very relaxed stay. Highly recommended, especially if you can't stomach another western style hotel.
Taxi driver reluctant to drive along narrow hutong to hotel, but after some coaxing he managed it.
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