Nei Meng Gu Hotel Beijing

71 Mei Shu Guan Hou Street, Dong Chen District, Beijing, Beijing, 100010, China
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Need directions to Park Plaza Hotel Beijing

by 1sttimetraeller


We will be travelling from Hong Kong tomorrow arriving at Beijing Airport late afternoon. Can someone please give me some help how to get from the airport to Park Plaza Hotel Wangfujing Beijing. We will be carrying a couple of large suitcases and don't mind paying for a cab, but are also happy to be directed using other transport if it's easy to follow directions. Thank you for your kind help.

Re: Need directions to Park Plaza Hotel Beijing

by marielexoteria

I don't know exactly where the Park Plaza is, but if you wanna go by metro then there's an airport express metro line that goes from the 2 terminals to Dongzhimen station (circular line). Then, take that line on the direction towards "Dongsishitiao" and get off at Jianguomen, where you connect with line 1. Take then line 1 towards Pingguoyan and get off at Wangfujing.

Personally, because you have large suitcases, I think you should go for a cab. They're reliable and cheap.

Re: Need directions to Park Plaza Hotel Beijing

by chungkok

Taxi in China is dead cheap.
Beijing Airport to your hotel is only around US$18 or below.
If you think this is expensive, please do not go to China, it is already very cheap.

There is no subway in Beijin airport, do you know that?

Do you want to take airport bus and wait for half an hour as in schedule and its stop is 30 minutes walk from your hotel?

If you are an Aust, American or European, what is US$18.00 in a big city from Beijing airport to Downtown that is 30 km away.
It costs you only US$18.00 for a cab of 4 people.

there is no other means,
and I must say some people here is too price sensitive but know nothing about their journey. Even the first stop in airport.

Do not go anywhere if you do not know. My advice.

Re: Need directions to Park Plaza Hotel Beijing

by 1sttimetraeller

Thank you vey much for the replies. Yes, the cost of a cab minimal, and that is the option we will be taking.

Re: Need directions to Park Plaza Hotel Beijing

by wangyixuan1981

Beijing airport has no subway connections? Partially yes, but it is history now. But I personally don't like taking subways, especially when carrying large suitcases. Because you have to change a lot, and sometimes there are no escalator and the transfer walk is a bit too long.

My first advice is to take a cab, do make sure your luggage is fit for the back trunk. There is a new type of cab recently, they have 6 seats and larger space inside. (just like London black taxi, google it.) Try to find that one.

Another option is as marielexoteria said, but your final metro station will be Deng-Shi-Kou, just 50 metres from the hotel, NOT Wang-Fu-Jing.

Re: Need directions to Park Plaza Hotel Beijing

by marielexoteria

According to the Beijing Subway card I have, there is a subway line going to the airport from Dongzhimen station. We never took it, but I saw it.

Re: Need directions to Park Plaza Hotel Beijing

by tuff

I believe the subway / train line was in operation since the 2008 Olympic.It does take you from the airport to town.

Re: Need directions to Park Plaza Hotel Beijing

by ellyse

Beijing airport (PEK) does have the Airport Express metro line now. Look on for a good interactive map of Beijing's metro system.

Travel Tips for Beijing

You should come here

by cissy4170

Beijing, a fast changing city with a history going back 3,000 years, is an amazing mix of modernization and historical legacy.People can feel the pulse of the world in this city, through the European fashion shops, the international art shows, the Internet, the offices of multinational corporations and most importantly, the people who are earnest about learning new things.


by Unknownsu

Like other Asians, the Chinese attach a great deal of importance to the concept of face, which involves gaining, preserving and enhancing respect and status. Foreigners should avoid actions or words that may cause Chinese to lose face in public. If criticism or potentially status-damaging actions or words are necessary, try to find a more subtle way of getting your message across. The Chinese would most likely respond appropriately.

Liu1 bing1 (Ice-Skating)

by ntm2322

Do you like skating?

Beijing has many frozen lakes but you should skate only in those places that are actually endorsed by the authorities because they aren’t dangerous and there are lifeguards at the ready.

The official ice rinks include:

- Qianhai Lake at Zhongshan Park (Dianmen Xi Dajie, Xicheng district)

- Zizhuyuan Park (45 Baishiqiao Lu, Haidian district) and

- No Name Lake (Beijing University, Haidian district)

Make sure you do not stray from the designated skating areas because the ice’s thickness is not the same all over the lake.

Other famous skating lakes include Zhongshan Park, Beihai Park, Summer Palaces and the moat of the Forbidden City. These are the most beautiful scenic spots but if you do decide to skate in these areas, you are doing so at your own risk.

When you go skating, go with your friends and come back later in the afternoon, never stay in the ice rink after dark.

You should also get your own skates due to the limited number of larger sizes available for renting. Don’t forget to bring your mittens as well.

“Ice cars” (bing1 che1) are also very popular, so, I am sure you are going to have lots of fun out there.

Skating indoors

The largest and most popular skate rink in Beijing is Le Cool, situated in the underground shopping center (basement 2) that connects Traders Hotel to China World Hotel.


by racayadi about CTS - Travel Service

The Saviour!!
This travel agency is perfect to work with -- they have an English speaker...
if you need last minute tickets... go see them....
good prices as well....

I found them by chance... after asking all over and not getting an answer... Train and Plane tickets.

Tian1 qiao2 le4 Teahouse

by ntm2322

I love the old Beijing (lao3 bei3 jing1) and the Tianqiaole Teahouse is one of those places I just love to be in.

The teahouse with its ancient architecture style revives the lifestyle of the old Tianqiao area.

I really enjoy seating at the big, old-fashion, woody square tables and sip my tea, crack some melon seeds, eat some Beijing traditional snacks, all these while watching the folk performances (wrestling, qigong, cross-talk, acrobatics, Beijing Opera, classic magic, etc.).

The teahouse is open from 9:00 a.m. to 21:00 p.m. and the performances are held between 19:30 and 21:00.


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