Chongwenmen Business Hotel

2 Xi Dajie Chongwenmen, Beijing, 100062, CN

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Room max 37$ for one person?

by mejlmi

Hello,

Need to book a room for me in september.
A must is private bathroom and close to subway or city.

Hope for a quite place to sleep and not too bad. I assume that beijing is being built alot and it might be difficult to find such a place?

Can anyone give me recommendations?

Thanks in advance.

Beijing hotel room max $37 for one person?

by Confucius

Chongwenmen Hotel and Yue Xiu (Xuanwu District) are two budget hotels located very close to subway stations. You should be able to get rooms meeting your specifications at either hotel for the price you are seeking. Maybe even less!
Both also feature supermarkets and shopping mall food courts nearby.

Wangfujing is another good area to find cheap quiet hotels to sleep in that are near the subway station.

RE: RE: Room max 37$ for one person?

by mejlmi

Thanks, they seem to have higher price than 37$.
But as I read more and more about hotels in beijing I might need to add to my question,
english speaking staff.

If it's possible for that amount of money?

Please send me more tips!

Thanks, Jessica

RE: RE: Room max 37$ for one person?

by mejlmi

Thank you for offering me that service but I don't want to book before I know the options. You are welcome to mail me through VT with suggestions. I want a room for myself only. Non smoking if possible.

//Jessica

RE: RE: Room max 37$ for one person?

by FreeCloud

In addition to what Confucius mentioned, you can check either www.ctrip.com or www.elong.com for hotels. Both have similar collection of hotels for all budgets, we booked most of the hotels (6 out of 7) via elong in 2002, very easy, no need to prepay. Register as a "member", free, that will allow you see the lowest possible rate. Not sure if there is any info of English-speaking staff though. But once you 'nail down' a few options, then search TripAdvisor.com and VT here for reviews, hoping to find some info in that regard.

Best luck!

Chongwenmen and Yue Xiu hotels in Beijing

by Confucius

I have booked rooms at both hotels (Chongwenmen and Yue Xiu) for 300 RMB or less. Don't go by what they might have posted at the front desk or on their web site. Use a hotel booking website or call a travel agent in Beijing.

RE: Room max 37$ for one person?

by mevasco

Long Hu Hotspring would cost you $38/rm/night for their standard room...good for 1 pax...just in case you need assistance for the reservation....dont hesitate to inform me...you may email me.....mevasco@yahoo.com...i can make a reservation for you...=)

RE: Room max 37$ for one person?

by mejlmi

Well, I have now decided and booked a room in Beijing. I became tired of searching the Internet.
I chose Beijing Jade International Youth Hostel after recommendations here on VT.

Thank for your help!

/Jessica

Travel Tips for Beijing

Surprise tour guides.

by Guantanamera

Being given a spontaneous guided tour of Beijing by two friendly and enthusiastic Chinese girls, He Qing and Zhang Qingping (shown in pic). They took me to the Forbidden City, out to a restaurant, and to the Temple of Heaven, telling me all about the history behind everything.

BEIJING ACROBATS

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Beijing Acrobat is one entertainment that must not be missed by the young and old on a visit to Beijing.
In Beijing one can see breath-holding acrobatics, some of which can be so demanding in the timing and balancing skill as to verge on the impossible

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After the...

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THE LAST EMPEROR
After the republican revolution of 1911, the last emperor of the Ching Dynasty, then still a child, abdicated the next year. But he and his family and their entire entourage were allowed to stay in the palaces. They were finally expelled by republican troops in 1924. The Forbidden City was renamed as the Palace Museum and opened to the general public.

Amazing antiques!

by Sally_chen about PAN JIA YUAN Antique market

This is a market located in the south part of the city , also called as sunday market.
Many of the goods are not real antique, people comes here just to buy "Chinese "stuff, like pictures/budda status/woolden funiture/vase/porcelain/old carpet....etc...
You need to be expert if you want to find the real antique. I enjoy seeing these stuffs and people, just for fun..sometimes buy porcelian vase as gift to my foreign friends.

Bargain skill: Reference to "YA XIU"
Opening hour: Early morning to late afternoon
Saturday& Sunday only

On the bus

by mafi_moya

Thousands of public buses cover the whole city and are cheap at mostly 1 Yuan per journey. The vehicles are modern and well designed but can get extremely full at peak times. Unless you know what you're doing they're quite difficult to use. The routes are at times mind-bogglingly complicated, so make sure you grab hold of a bus map from your hotel. There are long distances between stops and don't bank on just getting on and asking where to get off - few of the conductors speak English. The destination signs are mostly in Chinese (although this is slowly changing). Most tourist sites are located in a reasonably central area of Beijing and the buses serving the centre have one or two digit numbers. Routes 1-6 are particularly useful for tourists. Triple digit numbers are generally heading for the suburbs and of less use to visitors.

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