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No 3 Yongxiang Bystreet Xizhimen, Xicheng District, Beijing, Beijing, 100035, China
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Best Western OL Stadium Hotel?

by hkan

Has anyone stayed at this hotel and can provide pros/cons as to location, facilities, service, etc? Also, my son and I are thinking of touring some of the Olympic facilities. Any idea whether they're open to the public? Thanks.

Re: Best Western OL Stadium Hotel?

by mikelisaanna

The Olympic stadium is away from many of the major tourist sights (Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple Of Heaven, etc.). However, taxis in Beijing are plentiful and cheap, so you can get back and forth by taxi, it will just eat up some time each day, depending upon traffic.

Re: Best Western OL Stadium Hotel?

by hkan

Thanks. We just returned from our trip. The Best Western was a little way out, but we ended up taking a short taxi ride from the hotel to the Olympic Green subway station for only $10RMB, then subway rides are only $2RMB to anywhere.

BTW, the Olympic sites are a "must-see" attraction. What China has done in developing and building the venues is astonishing.

Re: Best Western OL Stadium Hotel?

by mikelisaanna

Thanks for the feedback. When we were there they were still building everything for the Olympics, so we couldn't tour the facilities, just drive by them outside.

You should post up a few photos here on VT.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Beijing is a culture city of...

by tina_c71

Beijing is a culture city of China.
Beijing is getting modernized and cosmopolitan but ctill keep the nice scenery of historical palces. It is fun to explore the historical museum, Great Wall, antigue market....good to be here and experinece the historical city. Walking in the quiet street on fall season. It is golden memory when the gingo tree turn to golden yellow.

My favorite season of BJ are Autumn and Winter. Autumn is most comfortable interms of weather. it's so cool and nice. YOu can see clear blue sky as well and that's hardly find in other season. I like winter's dry cold and snow. After December, the lakes at Summer Palace and Bei Hai will frozened. People can have fun by doing skate.

Traveling by Taxis

by picchu

I just returned from Beijing. Travel by taxi is inexpensive by Western standards. Something we learned very quickly, however, is that very few taxi drivers understand English, written or spoken. Get your hotel to print in Chinese writing the directions of your hotel and to where you are going. Some hotels will have pre-printed cards with the major tourist attractions printed in English and in Chinese. Most taxi drivers are hontst, but some will try to hustle you. Don't take a taxi if they do not use the meter. You will inveribly pay a higher fare.

Golf Trip

by cpim2004

All the golf clubs in suburban Beijing open in late April when the courses become green.

Among the 20 golf-links opened so far in Beijing, most of them have suffered financial problems that they had to lower the price to attract more players.

Generally, a one-day golf play in any of these golf-courses costs no more than 300 yuan (US$36), far cheaper than the 800 yuan (US$96) several years ago.

Usually the entrance fee ranges from 15 yuan (US$1.8) to 20 yuan (US$2.5) per person.

Renting Golf clubs are 20 yuan (US$2.5) each. Golf balls are 30 yuan (US$3.6) for 30 balls. And golf-course ranges are from 30 yuan (US$3.6) per hour to 40 yuan (US$4.8) per hour.

For people with club membership cards, it is relatively cheap. The annual membership card costs 7,000 yuan (US$843) to 10,000 yuan (US$1,205) without time limit. Here are some good golf destinations in Beijing.

Huatang International Golf Club

It was opened in late 1997. It is a new course but with lots of trees. The friendly course is open to public not only for people with a membership. It is a 40-minute drive from the city centre

Address: Beijing East Yanjiao Economic Development Zone, Tongzhou District.

Tel: 010-6159 8888

Beijing Golf Club

The club is just 30 minutes from the Beijing International Airport. This championship course was designed by Poellot and Benz of the US.

Address: East bank of Chaobaihe in Shunyi District.

Tel: 69441005

Beijing International Golf Club

The course runs alongside Ming's Tomb (Shisanling) Reservoir. In an area of water shortage the golfer has 13 holes where water is the main hazard. This mature course offers large greens with plenty of out-of-bounds markers.

Address: North Side, Ming Tomb Reservoir, Changping District.

Tel: 60762288

High street shopping near Forbidden City

by cheezecake_deli about Wangfujing Street

Bored of the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square? Wangfujing Street, Oxford Street shopping Chinese-style, is two blocks east of the Imperial Palace. This is Beijing's premier shopping street, though it's not as good/fun as similar places in Shanghai or Hong Kong. Dongfang Xintiandi, a vast upmarket shopping mall containing the usual designer stores, is located here. There are also a large Chinese bookstore (limited English books), a cloth market (interesting), an outlet specialising in Jingdezhen chinaware (bargaining required) and a food street. This really depends on how much you can afford!

Hidden Tree ....now The Tree

by mke1963 about The Tree

NOTE: The Hidden Tree moved to the Sanlitun Bei Lu area (near Fish Nation) at the beginning of Feb 2005.

The Hidden Tree on the southern part of Sanlitun is a relaxed, cosy place. In the summer the tiny outside terrace is shady, if a bit claustrophobic, and in winter the red-brick interior and subdued lighting makes it a popular place for a drink.
It is owned by a Belgian, so there is a good selection of European beers. Perhaps more surprisingly is the huge pizza oven stuck onto the front of the building, and it serves (arguably) the best pizza in town.
Unlike many Sanlitun establishments, this is a attention-free bar, where you can just have a beer without suddenly finding a young lady leaping into the seat opposite or next to you.
A good place to just meet with some friends, read the paper or have a pizza. No dress code.


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