Shunyi Hotel Beijing

No 3 Middle Fuqian Road, Shunyi District, Beijing, Beijing, 101300, China
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Boutique Hotels in Beijing?

by MarkandCarolyn

Hi everyone -

We've recently became aware of a few boutique hotels in Beijing - The Emperor, The Opposite House and Hotel G. They look interesting on the their websites, but you never know?

Does anyone know anything about them? Decent amenities? Good location? Accessible via public transportation? Not to far from major sites? Service oriented for non-Chinese speakers? Etc?

As always, any guidance greatly appreciated.

Re: Boutique Hotels in Beijing?

by vivithebeijinger

I've heard the opposite house is good. I haven't heard anything about the other two.
the opposite house has a very good location: it's close to subway line 10; it's at where the nightlife of beijing is; close to good restaurants and shopping areas.

Re: Boutique Hotels in Beijing?

by MarkandCarolyn

Thanks Viv.

Re: Boutique Hotels in Beijing?

by sugarpuff

The Emperor is round the back of The Forbidden City down some hutongs so very close to the heart of Beijing. The nearest subway is still quite far and its hard to get in and out of that area especially around rush hour. But the roof top bar is outstanding as you have perfect views of the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and neighbouring parks,,,a very cool place to be on a clear evening. I havent been into the rooms however.

The Opposite House is a cool hotel. Its right in the heart of Sanlitun which is the bar and restaurant area of the city. A fifteen minute walk to two subway stations and a great area to be in. I have seen the rooms and they are very modern and minimalistic and I personally would love to stay there. There are great restaurants and bars inside the hotel that are very popular too.

Hotel G is in another good location. Fairly close to The Opposite House so again, good for food and drink and is close by to the subway. They have a restaurant/bar called Scarlett which does great tapas and wines should you wish to stay in any night.

I hope this better helps you make a decision.

Re: Boutique Hotels in Beijing?

by MarkandCarolyn

Thanks Victoria!

Re: Boutique Hotels in Beijing?

by sugarpuff

You're very welcome!

Travel Tips for Beijing

scale the GREAT WALL OF...

by Krystynn

scale the GREAT WALL OF CHINA! Most foreigners (like us) see the Wall at Badaling, which is 70km northwest of Beijing, and stands at an elevation of 1000 meters. The Wall also has a cable car service which costs approx. 55 Yuan (for foreigners). On the day we were here, it was extremely windy and the temperature had dipped suddenly to -10 degrees Celcius.. . But rain, snow or thunderstorm, I wasn't going to let this deter me and leave Beijing without seeing one of the world's greatest ancient wonder! We were adequately attired and psyched ourselves up for this momentous event... i.e. climbing the slippery, almost 70-degree-angled steps of the Wall. Hey, I figured it is better to look like a stuffed turkey than to be frozen to death, ya know...??.

P.S. Please be careful when you're scaling some parts of the Wall.... because there aren't any steps at all! It can be very treacherous... and definitely not for the faint-hearted or those suffering from Vertigo.

Before I move on to the next landmark monument, would you like to try and guess how wide is the smallest width of the Great Wall?

What's your prize for guessing correctly? Why, a special pat on the shoulder!

The answer is 40cm, which means only one person can stand on top of it at any given time! This section of the Wall is located at the Shi-ma-tai portion of the mighty Great Wall, 120 km away from the city of Beijing.

I dare you to take on the challenge of standing on a 40 cm wide platform on top of a ridge! More pics of us scaling the Great Wall coming up.... (after I manage to scan my pics).

Chopsticks or go hungry

by yellowbell

Forks are not readily available so learn to use your chopsticks. Our tour guide said you can make an X mark in your fingers and they'd understand you need a fork. It's hard struggling to use the plastic chopsticks, I better learn to use that skillfully next time.

Restaurants in China are really so big and one restaurant the tour guide brought us can seat around 800 people in just one of the banquet halls. Tour groups were separated into domestic and foreign tourists.

Really worth a visit but where's the entrance?

by Penelope4

Lama Temple, short for Palace of Peace and Harmony Lama Temple, is better known as Yonghe Temple. I was intrigued to visit this 315-year old significant temple which is said to be one of the largest and most important Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in the world.

Building constructions started in 1694 but it was only in 1744 that it got converted into a lamasery, a monastery for monks of Tibetan Buddhism. It is said that about 70 Lamas are residing in there at present time. The original name of the place in 1694 was Baylor Mansion, then it was changed to Price Yong Mansion then Yonghe Temple which referred to it as being secret center to Emperor Yongzheng. It was in this temple where emperors have worshipped their ancestors, after the time of Emperor Yongzheng in the Qing Dynasty, that is.

I had difficulty looking for its main gate. Be sure to inquire about the right exit before going there. It was on my last day and I was in a rush so I did not manage to take note of correct exit. I read that “On exiting the subway, walk south alongside the temple for about 500m until you reach the entrance of YongHeGong on the lefthand side.” I hope other travelers will figure this one out better than I did. 500 meters looks a long, long way when it is very hot.

I recommend that you visit:

Subway lines 2 and 5 will bring you to the Lama Temple. Station is Yonghegong Lama Temple.

Bargains Galore!

by walterwu about Silk Market

Silk Market (XiuShui) caters mainly for foreigners and the store assistants could speak some english.

As usual, bargain is absolutely necessary. Plenty of stores selling the same things. My method of bargaining involves going to the first store and offers ridiculous price from the asking price. This, obviously, gets the cold shoulder.

Goes to the next store and offer a slightly higher price for the same product until a response from the store assistant. The process goes on until a strike price is reached. Any branded goods

Dancing on the bar top

by beijingboyce about Browns

Browns opened in January 2006 and quickly became the hottest bar in town. It's a knock-off of Carnegie's (Taipei, Hong Kong). The food, service and layout (tiered seating, high ceilings) are good, though the drinks are a bit watery (luckily, there is a nice selection of drafts). This is known as a place to dance on the bar top (brass railings keep people from falling off) and gets very raucous after midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. At that’s Beijing’s annual bar awards, it took home top honors as not only best new bar, but also best overall bar. The blue cheese chicken wings are tasty. I've written a LOT about this bar in the past: Casual


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