Radegast Lake View Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

No.15 Panjiayuan South Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100021, China
Radegast Lake View Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
27%
13
Very Good
40%
19
Average
23%
11
Poor
2%
1
Terrible
6%
3

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 48% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples80
  • Solo66
  • Business64

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Beijing guide

by Kacovstvo

Hello.
Can anybody advise, accompany or help us in Beijing? 3 travelers from Slovakia are visiting China, Mongolia and Russia this summer,in June - July.


Thanx

Re: Beijing guide

by Rezagholi

Hi
At first you have to learn body language because nobody knows English there!
;-0

There s many beautiful places and gardens in Beijing that every one of them needs at least half a day for visiting so arrange your time.

Also you can not find anything original, every thing is fake (forged);-)
! but incomparable with original one!

I had something about nice places in Beijing that you can find in below link:


http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/e27a5/5a0/

have a nice travel

Re: Beijing guide

by Homanded

Hi,

You're welcomed to check our China Pages: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/97182/5a0/

Under transportation, we recomend a guide who I keep in regular contact with.
We've recomended him to various VT members and they in turn, have also recomended Alvin.
He's reliable, knowledgeable and a nice guy.
Additionally, you are welcomed to look through our tips.

Have a great trip!
Homer

Re: Beijing guide

by ancient_traveler

hello... please visit my beijing shi page on VT

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Travel Tips for Beijing

Great Wall

by GUYON

See the Great Wall (the 10.000 lees dragoon). The closest part from Beijing is located in Badaling at 80 Km North-West. It has been restored to greet the tourists and there is a paying entrance (30 Yuans). It looks like to the Wall existing during the Ming dynasty (14° Century). Open : 8AM to 8PM. One says it is the only human work which can be seen from the Moon. Others say it is wrong. The total length of the Wall is 6700 Km. It is like our 'Ligne Maginot', it never stops an invasion.

Bottled Lemon Drinks

by machomikemd

I am fond of bottled lemon drinks and I buy it if avaiable and I must say that the best Lemon drink that I've tasted ever is here in china at this brand! it's called C 100 and is deelicious! again the price ranges vary on the place you buy it, in supermarkets, it's available in 500 ml and 1 liter bottles at 3 RMB and 6 RMB while in tourist areas it's 8 RMB a 500 ml bottle and in convenience stores, it's 6 RMB a bottle! try to taste it, it's simply the best lemon drink!!!!

Qing Tombs - the western tombs...

by whataboutbob

Qing Tombs - the western tombs of the Qing dynasty are about a three hour drive from Beijing. The site is spread over a huge area (800 square KM) and contains four tombs and one temple, including the now final resting place of Puyi, the last emporer.

Giant mall on Wangfujing Dajie

by MickeH about Sun Dong An Plaza

This mall is absolutley huge. And it is filled with clothes of all types, from chineese sport brands to big international fashion brands. Even if you don't want to shop for anything you can spend some time just exploring the giant mall and maby grab something to eat from one of the many restaurants.

In the basement of the mall there is a small street packed with souvenirs and small fun stuff worth taking a look at as well. Prices are pretty high, relatively speaking. Still, like the rest of Wangfujing street, there are deals to be had.

Take a taxi.

by rsleisk

Taxis are by far the preferred way to get around Beijing, although buses seem to be readily available, but because of their size they easily get stuck in traffic whereas the taxis can squeeze in. If you are more daring ride a bicycle like alot of the population.

Things can get pretty interesting riding in the tiny taxis as they weave in and out of traffic. I saw an accident with a cyclist and a taxi.

Our hotel handed out cards to give to the driver that say in Chinese "I'm staying at..." so that they can know where to take you if you don't speak Chinese like most westerners.

Be careful though, taxi drivers can be sneaky like one that took us to San Litun street. He turned off his meter when we arrived and immediately said.."40rmb" when my buddy saw the meter and it read 10rmb, but I didn't feel like getting into a hassle so I paid the overage.

I also heard a rumor that some taxis are bugged, I'm not sure if this is true but I wouldn't test this out by saying something bad about China.

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