Hua Fu International Hotel Beijing

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

53 Dong An Men Street, Wangfujing, Beijing, Beijing, 100006, China
Wancheng Huafu International Hotel
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Costs 24% less but rated 37% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families50
  • Couples0
  • Solo0
  • Business33

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4 days in Beijing. Hotel recommendations.

by bambalouni

I will be in Beijing from November 2nd to November 6th or 7th.
I am searching for a low budget hotel clean safe centrally located with a safe in the in the room and free WIFI.
All suggestions are welcome.

Re: 4 days in Beijing. Hotel recommendations.

by cachaseiro

I stayed at the red lantern hotel last year and was really happy there and they had free wifi.

Re: 4 days in Beijing. Hotel recommendations.

by lindyz

Try Days Inn Forbidden City. It does tick all your boxes but Im not 100% sure about the free wi-fi as it was not something I used when I was there last year. But It is indeed central and low budget and fantastic value for money. There are pics on my Beijing page and if you want any more information just ask :)

Re: 4 days in Beijing. Hotel recommendations.

by muratkorman

I also go for Days Inn Forbidden City Hotel. There is a PC room, but I don't remember if there was wi-fi available. Central location, comfortable rooms and good price. Check my tips for details.

Re: 4 days in Beijing. Hotel recommendations.

by lindyz

Indeed Murat ... this place checks off all the ticks for me!!! Location was awesome, within walking distance to many things and the rooms were great. Our first Hotel in China was one of our best.

Re: 4 days in Beijing. Hotel recommendations.

by 1jabbar

Stayed at Red Wall hotel..near Forbidden City and Wangfujing St..don't know if it was budget but it did have wifi...very pleasant stay

Re: 4 days in Beijing. Hotel recommendations.

by boopolo

You could try A.hotel near to sanlitun.
Clean and good location but no wifi, it is cabled in room though

what is low budget? how much is that?>

This is where i stayed so nto sure of others.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Public toilet

by adoc

Beijing is probably the city with the largest number of public toilets. It's very easy to find public toilets in town, especially in Hutongs (alley) . All the public toilets are free of charge. Most of them are just squatting pan but fairly clean. Just don't expect there is toilet paper provided. Always carry tissue with you.


by SirRichard

Construction of the Great Wall began between the 7th and 8th centuries B.C. when the warring states put up mammoth defensive walls to ward off enemies from the north. The wall was completed over a period of more than 1000 years, perhaps due to conflicting dynastic zoning regulations and building codes, not to mention workers dying on the job.
Sitting on a camel with the magnificent background of the Chinese Wall is a photo that you cannot make anywhere else. You feel a bit like Marco Polo reaching China at the end of his long travel ;-)))

Wet Wipes Save the Day!

by vic&michael

Lots of space in your luggage for all the things you will buy in the Beijing markets! Comfy walking shoes! I can't stress that enough! You may be walking all day non-stop in them!
Comfy Clothes! Beijing is hot in summer, leave long sleaves behind.
Not your best white summer dress-sorry dears, but it will be in sore need of dry-cleaning to get the sweat and dust/dirt/pollution out! WET WIPES! I bought mine in a convienence store in Beijing, and got addicted to using them. Restaurants & eateries don't usually provide them, and it's real good to wipe off the day's grime before you eat some good food! Also refreshing after walking several hours. Also buy/bring tissues/toilet paper as they aren't provided in most toilets. Medicines-for food poisioning, diarrea, vomiting, headaches, stomachaches, fevers. It is very realistic that you may get one of these symptoms when you're there. Trust me. Personal experience.

Also, my guidebook said to bring mosquito repellent, but I didn't need it at all, I didn't get a single bite. And it was summertime. The mosquitos in Japan are much more aggressive!

Native Production...

by Chris_Dahlia

Native Production


Providing special description of various unique productions of ancient Beijing like antiques, jade, silk, Chinese trational paintings and calligraphy, cloisonne, lacquerware, procelain and more¡­

A good place to find a wide selection of antiques is at Liulichang. Liulichang is a street in Xuanwumen, and many of the stores are quite old. This area has everything from scrolls, to jade articles to decades-old cigarette advertisement posters. There are definitely treasures to be found here, but it is hark to tell genuine antiques from dirty fakes. Real antiques are supposed to bear a red official seal that proves their authenticity, but sometimes real omen don't have it and fake ones do. The best attitude to have is: if you like it and you can bargaining down to a price you can accept, just go for it. Small jade articles and silver trinkets make great presents for people at home and they are easy to take on the plane.

Cool Hangout

by dimanche about Hard Rock Cafe

Any hard rock cafe fan will tell you that any hard rock cafe is worth visiting in any city or country! The only bad thing in Beijing is that because the place is so big, you might be staying in an area which is really quite a distance away and if you're on a tight schedule, there might be no time to make a trip there. It is situated about half an hour from the airport.


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Address: 53 Dong An Men Street, Wangfujing, Beijing, Beijing, 100006, China