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Super 8
The first Super 8 opened in Aberdeen, South Dakota in October 1974, charging $8.88 per night. Super 8 is committed to offering each guest a clean room and friendly service.

Jinjiang Inn Being the largest economy hotel chain in China with a nationwide distributive network, Jinjiang Inn has come to be known as the travelers' first choice hotel brand, providing professional service to our customers with security in your healthy and comfortable stay.

The Eastern Inn Hotel has elderly, slightly dated rooms and facilities and is a suitable budget travelers’ choice. Rates begin at $19.

Beijing Downtown Backpackers Rooms in this hostel are spacious and very clean. The friendly staff is wonderful and nothing is too much trouble for them. The hostel is situated in the hutong area which is full of shops and resturants, making it the perfect location. The trips they organize are good value.

Da Jinsi 2 Guesthouse
The guesthouse is located in a traditional courtyard shared by three to six families. Toilets are in the courtyard and are in Turkish styles. One room ran as a dorm which can accommodate comfortably four persons. Don’t miss the dinner at the guesthouse; it’s simply delicious.

Harmony Hotel The room was spacious, very clean and quiet. In the bathroom there was soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, comb (as in most Chinese hotels). The location is great, only a few minutes of walk towards the Beijingzhan Metro Station. Breakfast is available at additional cost. Rooms between $20-40.

Motel 168 Since the first Motel 168 opened in May 2003, the company used the brand recognition to develop the size of this budget hotel chain. The Motel 168 brand has been voted as one of the top 3 budget hotel brands in China

Beijing Lu Song Yuan Courtyard There are teahouses in the courtyard, studies in the ancient classics, and open areas for Taiji and chess playing. During the spring and summer, you can also listen to the pleasant sound of birds singing in the courtyard. Begins at $48.

Beijing Hao Yuan Courtyard Hotel
The former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair visited the hotel in 1999. The courtyard is shaded by ancient trees, creating a serene and classical backdrop for your stay in Beijing. The restaurant offers mainly "Imperial court food" and Western food as well.


Hadamen Hotel was set up for the foreign tourist trade, and sees a fair number of Western travelers pass through. Many have an early train to catch (the station is only 500m away), but others are also satisfied with the value the hotel offers. It's a bed and shower in a central part of town and budget eateries abound. From $65 onwards.

Taiwan Hotel - The Taiwan is a decent, if somewhat bland, midrange choice whose popularity is assured by its central location. The design is neither stylish nor off-putting. Beds have a medium firmness, uninspiring bedding, and four pillows (a nice touch), A few surprises, like video on demand, satellite TV and safe - rare in rooms of this price - add value. In short, this is a place where you won't be pampered, but you can’t complain either. US$74 onwards.

Beijing Sunworld Hotel (Tianlun Songhe Hotel) Each of the hotel's well-appointed guest rooms and suites is designed with the guest's comfort and convenience in mind. The Executive Floor offers additional amenities including private lounge for breakfast. From: USD 84.00

Beijing Golden Palace Silver Street Hotel The 3 star hotel is located in the city center, with only 2 km to Beijing Railway Station and 25 km to the airport. Wangfujing Pedestrian Street is within 5-minutes walking distance from the hotel. From USD 24

Novotel Peace Hotel This is a mid range hotel right in the centre of Beijing.  The restaurants are excellent and it carries the Novotel brand.  It does have many rooms in differing parts of the hotel and you would be well advised to check out a few rooms before accepting.

Wangfujing Grand Hotel Towards the north end of Wangfujing Street lies this large fairly Chinese style hotel.  The location is quite good as it is a 10 minute walk to the main shopping area of Wangfujing.  The rooms here are large (superior) and the breakfast buffet is great.

Jianguo Hotel Accommodations are very comfortable, price is average, breakfast in western style and service is friendly. The hotel offers a health center where you can get body or feet massage, especially handy when you stay all day long walking. Price 40-80$.


Commune by the Great Wall Kempinski is considered as SOHO China's most creative project. Set amid the peaceful and green mountains near the Shuiguan section of the Great Wall. The Commune's natural setting is intensely beautiful. Eleven houses, ranging in size from 4 to 6 bedrooms, are dispersed along the steep slope of the quiet valley.

Shangri-La Hotel - Hangzhou
Set in 40 acres of beautiful gardens, with lakes and pathways, the Shangri-La Hotel - Hangzhou feels a million miles from the stresses of the outside world. Unlike so many luxury hotels in China these days, this one actually feels like it is in China! Rooms are opulently furnished and decorated in a classic oriental style and every possible comfort is provided.

Kunlun Hotel
The modern international deluxe Kunlun Hotel is situated in the east of Beijing, on the banks of the Liangma River in the embassy area of the city. The spacious rooms and seven international class restaurants make this an attractive downtown hotel.

Park Hyatt Soaring above the heart of Beijing’s Central Business District, Park Hyatt Beijing will be part of the prestigious Beijing Yintai Centre, the tallest skyscraper on Chang’an Avenue and a symbol of the new China. Directly opposite the China World Trade Centre and the new CCTV Tower, this 5 star luxury hotel is 40 minutes from the Beijing Capital International Airport, 5 minutes from the Embassy District and just 15 minutes from the Forbidden City by car.

The Peninsula Palace - Beijing is a super-luxury hotel, ideally located in the heart of the city. Rooms are beautifully decorated and furnished. This is, after all, China - but the decor in the guest-rooms just doesn't feel Chinese. The Peninsula Palace is a fabulous hotel for location, comfort and luxury - and the service is superb.

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