Jianguo Garden Hotel Beijing

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

17 Jianguomennei Street, Beijing, Beijing, 100005, China
Jianguo Garden Hotel
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Costs 49% less but rated 13% lower than other 5 star hotels

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  • Families68
  • Couples68
  • Solo64
  • Business69

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Were to stay???????????????

by 2john

I’m going to Beijing in January 2009 and there are 2 hotels I am thinking about Jianguo Garden Hotel or Jianguo Hotel. Executive room. Could anyone tell me which one they think I should stay at and why.

Re: Were to stay???????????????

by polartraveller

Jianguo Hotel, it is located on the main road leading up to from Tiananmen Square, u can amost walk there if it is not too hot out. The Garden hotel is across from the railroad station, much lower grade hotel (use mostly by railroad travellers) and far from any attractions, unless u are planning on catching the train.

Re: Were to stay???????????????

by seeto88

Hi, this website has full info of this two hotels.You can make a comparision from here:

Beijing South station

by 2john

Can someone please tell the best way to get from Beijing South station to Jianguo Garden hotel. I arrive at Beijing South station about 9pm from Shanghai

Re: Beijing South station

by ellyse

Arriving on D32 at 2032?
I would advise taking a taxi for the distance. Your hotel is near Dongdan metro stop on line 1, but Beijing South train station isn't at a metro stop.
Plus, a lot of the metro stops still have tons of staircases, which you wouldn't enjoy with luggage in tow!

Re: Beijing South station

by Jackman11

agree with ellyse, take a tax.

Re: Beijing South station

by Jackman11


Travel Tips for Beijing

Photography Tip - related to digital cameras only

by mke1963

I recently discovered this trick.

The sky in Beijing is usually grey and hazy, which, apparently fools the White Balance of digital cameras, so set the White Balance to the Cloudy setting as this 'warms up' the photo. The difference in images is impressive!

Bring your thermal's!

by rabbit06

We had been in Shanghai for some weeks before we were able to get a flight to Beijing due to the poor weather and you would not beleive how much snow can fall in this city!!
Out and about in Shanghai, of cource we went to quite a few shopping centres, where i did have a look at a lot of over priced thermal underwear (compared to NZ) with maybe not quite my healthy size, so abstained from making any purchase.....BIG BIG mistake!!....Of course i survived by wearing three shirt's, plus a jacket. And i am so so glad i took my boots with me, even if they did upset all the machines at the airport's....lmao!!


Traditionally most...

by Chris_Dahlia


Traditionally most urban Chinese used to live in quadrangles called siheyuan or 'four-side enclosed courtyards.' These courts, as the name implies, are formed by inward-facing houses on four sides, closed in by enclosure walls.
Not only residences but ancient palaces, government offices, temples and monasteries were built basically on the pattern of the siheyuan, a common feature of traditional Chinese architecture.

go shopping and eating!

by violett about Wangfujing Street(also named "the gold street")

It's name comes from an old well on the street, you can also see it by yourself.
There are many old famous chinese shops and restaurants, such as: Tongshenghe (traditional comfortable shoes), Ruifuxiang(traditional comfortable shoes), Donglaishun (hot pot with sheep or beef), Quanjude (beijing roast duck), Cuihualou (restaurant,very delicious), and many shopping centers. In each shopping center, you can find many traditional foods and snacks from the whole china! And they are very cheap!
Nearby is a big night market, where u can see many street vendors with their traditional snacks. BUT they are not so clean, I think, so just take some pics, DON'T TRY THEM!!!
You can also buy very traditional gifts or cloths such as Qipao (for women, about 30€) and Magua (for men, no idea how much).
Actually you can buy everything there! It takes u at least 5 hours.

A restaurant nearby named "Hongkong Meishi City" is one of my favorite. There are delicious fresh seafoods and desserts and soups. Many fishes and crabs are swimming in the huge Aquarium, u can watch them and choose the loveliest one....to eat :P
Address: Dongcheng District Donganmenda Street 18,beijing

West Beijing Station

by kenHuocj

* * * * * Located in the west of Beijing city, this building is considered to be one of the greatest milestones in Beijing building history, largest station in Asia =
==5.8 million square feet, comprised of 8 sections = completed June 6,1997

== I personally have not seen this station, but it is part of the modernisation of Beijing preparing for the 2008 Olympics
== hopefully the HUTONGS of the old inner ciet shall not be ravaged for the sake of " Progress "

there are 4 other Train Stations in Beijing


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