Shangri-La Hotel Beijing

29 Zizhuyuan Rd, Beijing, Beijing, 100089, China
(5 star hotel)
#9 of 6,977 hotels in Beijing
Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Surprisingly beautiful inside

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 6, 2007

I stayed there in April of 2007 and was at first disappointed when the driver approached the buildings...they look pretty old-fashioned and blah from the outside. But from the inside...whoa! Quite nice and my suite was beautiful, on a par with any great European hotel. Plus, they have a great Japanese restaurant that's beautifully decorated and the food is really good.

Unique Quality: A lovely Chinese tea garden that's a pleasure to sit at on a sunny afternoon. My room had a large flat screen TV beside my bed and another small one on the bathroom mirror, perfect for watching CNN or BBC news as I put on my makeup in the a.m.!

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by written on October 18, 2002

On my last visit to Beijing I had the opportunity to stay at the Shangri La Hotel on the 4th Ringroad. After so many times staying in ugly dorms in Beijing I enjoyed the luxury of this Five-Star-Hotel. The breakfast-buffet was excellent! I love the so called Hundred Years Old Eggs! To the disgust of my fellow travellers I had at least one every morning! The Western breakfast was also very good. But that I can have every day at home!

Unique Quality: From my window in the 17th floor I had a spectacular view of Beijing. It was in February, so the air was full of sand from Gobi Desert.

Directions: At the fourth ringroad west of citycentre

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Address: 29 Zizhuyuan Rd, Beijing, Beijing, 100089, China

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
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  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
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  • Free High Speed Internet
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