Beijing Jinqiao International Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

55 Guangqumen Beili, Chongwen District, Beijing, Beijing, 100062, China
Jinqiao International Apartment Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
9%
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Very Good
45%
5
Average
27%
3
Poor
9%
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Terrible
9%
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 85% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples70
  • Solo0
  • Business75

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lao she teahouse performances? FOR TONITE OR TOMORROW NITE??

by coramper

in beijing right now and want to go to lao she either tonite (monday) or tomorrow, website is in chinese. anyone out there who can give me info on prices and what would be showing there for tonite or tomorrow? thanks for any help! susan p.s. loving it here!

Re: lao she teahouse performances? FOR TONITE OR TOMORROW NITE??

by vivithebeijinger

Hi susan, Laoshe tea house has the same show every night for the whole week.
So just for the show, it doesn't matter if you want to go tonight or tomorrow. But their good seats are usually booked out quickly, so you might be able to get better seats if you book for tomorrow.

a couple of years ago, a very good seat costs 120RMB. it's the first row on the first step, a table in the center.

You can call: (8610) 6303 6830 or (8610) 6302 1717

Re: lao she teahouse performances? FOR TONITE OR TOMORROW NITE??

by polartraveller

The seats at the main show room ranges from RMB 180 for the back row (11th row) to RMB 380 for the front row. Best is if you ask your hotel to book for you, they normally can do that without any extra charges.

Re: lao she teahouse performances? FOR TONITE OR TOMORROW NITE??

by johnmperry

It's a good show, worth the money. The food is just a snack.

I think it starts about 7:30

Re: lao she teahouse performances? FOR TONITE OR TOMORROW NITE??

by ellyse

The performances on the weekends are for opera/sung story-telling.
On Mon-Fri 1400-1800 there're performances for Chinese instrumental music and shadow puppetry.
The nightly performances are a combination of Peking opera, sung story-telling, magic, crosstalk, Sichuan opera face-changing (bianlian), dance, kungfu etc.
If you read Chinese, http://www.laosheteahouse.com/scg/jmjs.asp has a more detailed rundown on what's playing for the current week.
Prices range from 180 to 380 RMB. From http://www.laosheteahouse.com/scg/ycyd.asp you can link to a page for each day of the current week, showing what's booked and what's not.

Travel Tips for Beijing

How not to get lost

by piglet44

it is extremely important to get the hotel to write down their name/address in Chinese,or take a card from the front desk every time you go out. Also a city map written in Chinese and English is really useful to show to people and point at when you want to get somewhere. It is really easy to carry on a gesture conversation with people ,smiling ,and nodding and people are really keen to help you get around.

Piao You

by jane307

Beijing Opera is a famous Opera in China. Lots of local people like it who are not very young. In old Hutong, you can hear the voice. We call the Beijing Opera fans Piao You. Every day or week, they will get together and sing the Beijing Opera, maybe it's not very good, but all the members are very earnest.

Olympic Fever

by solopes

It’s easy to notice the deep changes that the city is suffering, with the Olympic games boosting the fever of construction. We didn’t stop near the stadium and Olympic village, but, from the road, we could easily see some strange buildings, sharing the challenge made by the stadium.

The "party" is over, and it would be interesting to see what did the games leave in Beijing. Another visit would be nice, but, being so far...

Government Run Stores

by keeweechic

If you take a tour, you will inevitably be taken to a government run tourist shop . While they of course bump up the price, I still found the piece of Jade I bought to be better value than back in Hong Kong. Of course its nice to look and you are under no obligation to buy anyway.

Jeans

by mke1963 about Jeans

Another nicely designed bar with a terrace out on the small lake at Laitai. Not quite as good music s next door at Touch, but still a pleasant evening spot to watch the sun go down or the smog to thicken.

No food.

Not the place to people watch. This street of increasingly good bars is still unknown.

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