from 5 star hotel to cheaper hostel, but some local hostel is not allow for foreigners.
us$50 for 3-4 star hotel
find the somewhere inside city, don't stay in the higher star hotel if you want to cut cost and more fun.
Lodging here is really dependent on how much you want to pay and how far you want to travel to get back. For Money No Object try Grand Hotel Beijing. If you're looking to spend @40 dollars per room for double occupancy try Jimen Hotel or Kai Hua Hotel. The Jimen offers a lot for the standard double rate of US45 per room but it is a long way out making bus use mandatory unless you want to pay the earth for taxis (a bus to the subway network takes 20 mins). The Kai Hua is not as luxurious but pretty close and it's only 4km from Tiananmen (300m from Tiantan Park) making taxis reasonable. Check out Ulink Travel who charge a setup fee but, get such big discounts it's worth it to take a look. It also offers In-Home stay.
You can find most international hotels in Beijing. I stayed in a brand-new hotel complex called Tian Lun Dynasty Hotel, which is a 6-storey five-star hotel in the heart of the city.
Most amenities you'd expect from a downtown hotel in a major city. Excellent bars and restaurants indoors, attentive English-speaking staff.
We stayed at the centrally located Guangdong Regency Hotel in the heart of Beijing's bustling Wangfuqing district. A short distance away is the world's 2nd largest McDonald's outlet (it used to be #1 but had to relinquish that title to the McDonald's outlet in Russia).
I distinctly remembered that my hotel room (a normal standard room, that is) was big enough for me to do my exercise/ workouts!
Beijing Telecom Hotel 100036, no.6 Shifangyuan, Haidian District,Beijing
This is a five star hotel so all the facilities you need is around...korean, european and many chinese restaurants,night club, pool, sauna, gym, conference room,shop, even bowling alley...
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