Ascott Beijing

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

108B Jian Guo Road, Chaoyang, Beijing, Beijing, 100022, China
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  • Families89
  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business89

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Service Apartments in Beijing

by rinxie

Hi there!

I'm currently having some problems with accomodation as I need a place that allows me to cook and having said that, I know my choices will be limited to service apartments. I have shortlisted the Lee Garden Service Apartment, Ascott Beijing and Luxury Serviced Residence (also by Ascott), is seriously leaning towards the last. Does anyone have any recent review of these three apartments? Appreciated if there are any other recommendations as well. =)

Cheers,Lynn

Re: Service Apartments in Beijing

by johnandlynclarke

I do not have an answer for you because I am still sorting through the list, too. My list is longer including- East Gae Plaza Service apartments, The Ascott Apartments, Somerset Apartment Hotel, Wan Liu Hotel Apartments, and Hua Wei Business apartments. I would also like any advice including which ones would be located near subway stops? Thanks.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Yuan Ming Park

by JUNLI

Yuan Ming Park
Another massive royal park, but was ruined in Qing Dynasty.

There's a long story behine this ruin which was happened in the most black age of China. If you're from Europe/US, I hope you won't be proud of the outrage what your ancestor did for China!!

If you are invited to dine out with local friend..

by Sally_chen

Chinese are generous people, we like to offer dinner/lunch to friends when we have foreign friends.
Don't insist too much to take the bill if your friends offered to pay, do the same thing in reture when your freinds visit your country !
Chinese has the habit to order sometimes much more than what they can finish, apart from the habit(good or bad), this is the way to show the warmth and sincerity .
This is the culture diversity , I know it could make you feel uncomfortable when you see some of the dish are half finished at the end of the dinner/lunch.
Try to remind your local friends not order too much, feel comfortable if they order anyway . This is not wasting food purpusely .

I leaned something from the embarrassment in the past , now I am expert in front of menu.

A TOUR OF THE 'HUTONG' (small...

by Chris_Dahlia

A TOUR OF THE 'HUTONG' (small avenue)

Nowadays, there are organized tours of Beijing hutongs for foreign tourists.

You can make reservation at the Beijing Hutong Culture Development Company, or buy at your own hotel.

You will be taken by pedicab (a tricycle cab),which was very common to the old days to see the Bell and Drum Towers, one or two former palaces of the imperial princes, some interesting hutongs and even to pay a visit to an ordinary Beijing family in the compound houses.

If you are there at a meat time, you may be invited to a family 'banquet' with local dishes.

HONGQIAO MARKET

by ancient_traveler about Pearl Market

Hongqiao Market also known as the Pearl Market. This market is located in the south central area of Beijing, just to the east of the Temple of Heaven. It is an indoor mall with a seafood market in the basement and about 3 floors up.

The items for sale are less brand conscious and tend to be from real "no-name" Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Thai companies. The quality does not look good but at the prices they're going for, does it matter if it lasts just 6 months ? You could often buy 10 of the items in question for the price of one real name brand in a department store. consumer electronics, binoculars, watches, telescopes and mobile phones on the ground floor, to men's and women's clothes, handbags, fans, silks and shoes on the first floor to freshwater pearls and handicrafts of varying degrees of quality on the top floor.

Beijing Airport Bus

by wandering360

If you're travelling on a budget and you can manage to pronounce or copy the name of a subway station onto a piece of paper, you can save some money by taking the AirBus.

Outside the airport, there are several ticket booths (unfortunately all in Chinese) and several uniformed ticketing agents for the buses. These buses stop at subway stations and usually terminate at the main train station. But there are several lines, so you'd need to tell the agent your destination and she will lead you to correct bus and even inform the driver of your intended stop.

When the bus leaves the airport expressway, you should be in the city - proper (i.e. the part covered by your street map). Keep an eye for major landmarks such as hotels to try to get a rough idea that you have yet to reach your stop.

Listen for the bus driver to yell out your stop. Usually he doesn't identify the stops but if he knows of a foreigner onboard, he'd yell out the station name.

To head towards the airport, go to the parking lot of the International Hotel in downtown Beijing and look for buses and a long queue.

Good luck!

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Address: 108B Jian Guo Road, Chaoyang, Beijing, Beijing, 100022, China