Dadi Garden

35 Haidian Street , Haidian District, Beijing, Beijing, 100080, China
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Hotel rooms for 4 +1 (near Forbidden City)

by 1jabbar

I am having a difficult time with the room descriptions for many of the hotels in Beijing. It appears that VERY FEW hotels have rooms that are suited for more than 3 people. If someone knows of others that can accomadate 4 + 1 with extra bed/matress, and are near the Forbidden City, can you pass along the names. Thanks.

Re: Hotel rooms for 4 +1 (near Forbidden City)

by lindyz

HI Ron,
Im not sure if this Hotel does in deed cater for 4 + 1 people, but I would highly recommend it and it would be wroth your while looking into.
The Hotel is called Days Inn Forbidden City, there is a link to it on my recent Beijing page. We booked it from Australia and only paid $98 per room and it was by far worth every cent, mainly for location but also the Hotel itself. Its only a 5 minute walk from Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and Wangfujing Street. If you need any more details, just email me, or check out my Beijing page.
Cheers :)

Re: Hotel rooms for 4 +1 (near Forbidden City)

by chinamonty

I stayed at the North Garden Hotel which is 5 mins walk from T'sqaure / FCity area. The room we had did have two double beds (not queens) and room for a temp bed. It is a while ago (2006) so I don't remember what the room was called (it was booked for us by a friend who used to work there. Like all Chinese hotels there is a fair turnover of staff but when we stayed there I can remember there were quite a few of the lobby staff spoke excellent English (which didn't worry me too much as my girlfriend was Chinese). As with most Chinese hotels the beds are harder than perhaps you would expect.
http://www.north-garden.com/hotel_en-us.php
maybe best if you sent them an email (see at the bottom of the website for email address).

Re: Hotel rooms for 4 +1 (near Forbidden City)

by greencargirl

Hi- You didn't say if you had kids in your group or not, but we have found that if the bed is at least 1.2m wide, it's wide enough for one adult + 1 kid, if a little tight. That way we can often get 4 people in a room. Many of the international hotels don't charge more than for a double room if you do this. Otherwise, I'll tell you that we've had an extra bed in the room and it was more like a metal cot with a thin pad on it (quite uncomfortable even for a kid), but we've only done that a couple of times and hopefully there are better spare beds available.

Re: Hotel rooms for 4 +1 (near Forbidden City)

by lindyz

Yeh, I would agree with Susan. The beds at the Days Inn were more like a double or at least a King Single, they were HUGE and would easily fit an adult and a child. So, that might make your searching a bit easier!

Re: Hotel rooms for 4 +1 (near Forbidden City)

by 1jabbar

Thanks to all for the time and responses. Ron

Re: Hotel rooms for 4 +1 (near Forbidden City)

by lindyz

Where did you decide to stay Ron?

Re: Hotel rooms for 4 +1 (near Forbidden City)

by ellyse

In Shanghai, 5 of us (we're all in our early twenties and Chinese-sized) can go to 7 Days Hotel and share one of the "family rooms" which has a big bed and a small bed. A little squeezy but it works.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Beijing is a very interesting...

by contactpho

Beijing is a very interesting city with modern metropolitan life but also maintain its unique Chinese ancient culture, you won't be bored at all with so much things to do, so much things to see. Sspend at least 5 days in Beijing if you have not been there before!! Imperial Palace, Tian-An-men Square, amust to see!!

Never buy clocks as gifts for Chinese friends

by xuessium

You should never buy clocks as gifts for Chinese friends (unless they do not mind). Many older folks still frown at that as the Chinese words for "sending clocks" sound almost the same as "sending you to your grave". So, if you are intending to buy a gift for a Chinese friend, clocks should never be a consideration!

On the other hand, watches are fine.

Outdoor Sports ABC

by cpim2004

1. What kinds of outdoor sports are available in Beijing?
There are many mountains at 2,000 meters above sea level around Beijing, so hiking is one of the favorites of outdoor sports lovers. Also available are rock climbing, ice climbing, and hang gliding.

2. How do I choose suitable sites for outdoor sports?
Although many mountains are scattered around Beijing, not all of them are suitable for outdoor sports. Choose those with convenient transportation, stable communication facilities, and sufficient clean water supplies.

3. What areas are banned from outdoor sports?
There are military zones on some mountains in Beijing, where signs are usually posted warning people not to enter. Note that according to relevant laws and regulations, except for those in several scenic resorts, other sections of the Great Wall have been prohibited to visitors since August 1, 2003. The forbidden sections include Huanghuacheng and Jiankou, which many foreigners used to be able to visit.

4. What if any emergency occurs during my trip?
If any dangerous emergency occurs, you should dial the 110 police hotline with a mobile phone. In the areas without adequate signal coverage, you can ask for help at 437.5000 MHz or 409.8500 MHz through a radio. In addition, most of the areas around Beijing are populated. Continue in a single direction, and you will find someone to help you.

5. What kinds of outdoor sports clubs are there in Beijing?
Because some outdoor sports can be dangerous if attempted alone, you would be wise to join a club for such outings. In Beijing, there are many different outdoor sports clubs for you to join, including Sanfo (www.sanfo.com.cn), Fengyuxue (www.e-outdoor.com.cn), and Lvye (www.lvye.org).

Shopping in Beijing - How to save time and money

by 76alex

Great news for those amongst you who are tired of bargaining for hours on end for souvenirs or other stuff that is supposed to be cheap in Beijing. Being there on buisiness I could not waste a lot of time looking for the right present for my wife amd kids. Then a collegue of mine told me about the Beijing Shopping Assistance. One of their assistants just took me to a couple of places with their personal driver, and only a few hours later, I had everything I needed. Silk scarfs, DVD's, computer games, porcelain, etc. they knew the right place for it, and all the purchases were settled quickly, hardly any bargaining needed so it seemed. She even gave me same suggestions on where to eat and found me a decent sauna. Good service, not expensive at all, considering the time she put into helping me.

If you need help like I did, call 13621068731 Brand named clothes, bags, shoes, watches, jewellery, dvd, cd, antiques, .... You will pay the bottom price. You pay Ilse a small fee. She is not paid by the stores she takes you to. Brand shirts 35 rmb, CD 6 rmb etc

Creole Beijing!

by rsleisk about The Big Easy

The Big Easy features genuine Cajun cooking, good service and reasonable prices. Jazz and blues acts perform nightly.

The place itself looks like it was plucked right out of New Orleans with a sit-down bar area, a second-floor dining area and a balcony with tables. The interior is great very dramatic early New Orleans style. I enjoyed sitting on the balcony and having a drink.

The Big Easy is known for its killer cocktails, such as the specialty Mississippi Dream (Baileys, Kahlua, Malibu, banana and milk), although I just stuck with a jack and coke. Dress up a bit.

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