Yong An Hotel Beijing

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

A5 North Nongzhanguan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, Beijing, 100026, China
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples50
  • Solo80
  • Business63

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When to visit Beijing

by helenchapman

Going to Beijing (& Chengde & Xian) this year. Choices are April or late July. April nice weather but possibility of dreadful dust storms, and very busy, July quieter (they say) but wetter and hotter. Would the rain in July spoil the visit or is it sporadic rather than all day and how hot would it be. Tend to lean towards the quieter visit - but are the touristy places really quieter?

Re: When to visit Beijing

by picek

We were to Beijing in April a few years ago (2009) and we had perfect weather - not too hot, not too cold, with lots of warm spring sun with not too cold wind (it was warm enough for t-shirts). I would say that this is lot better than hot July, despite 'crowd' - but hey, we're talking about Beijing which is huge even without 'tourists'. There's always a lot of things going on, lots of construction sites, people travel on business or communite to work daily, and yes, lot of people sightseeing - anyways, China is crowded country, so I hardly find it quiet, not even in winter and especially not in Beijing and other major cities.

Definitly pleasant time to visit parks (Summer palace is gorgeus with young willows and peach and plum blossoms!) and just about anything outdoors.

Therefore, my vote is for April.

Re: When to visit Beijing

by al2401

I was there in early May last year and already it was getting quite hot - another vote for April.

Re: When to visit Beijing

by chinamonty

Chengde or Chengdu? I don't think either are a problem during that time except that it will be hot and as you suggest maybe wet.

Re: When to visit Beijing

by IreneMcKay

I visited Beijing in April a few years ago and the weather was lovely and warm. Of course, there is no guarantee it will be the same every year. But the other lovely thing about April was that when we visited several Beijing parks they were filled with cherry and plum blossom. Absolutely beautiful. Have never been to Beijing in summer, so not sure what it is like then, but April, with a bit of luck, should be pleasant.

Re: When to visit Beijing

by paulwf

I went in April a few years ago as well. Nice weather, a bit cool sometimes tho. There were also dust/sand storms then too. I would go in May next time.

Re: When to visit Beijing

by Homanded

We were just there this end of June, early July.
Got some sporadic rain but only lasted a couple hours.
Rest of the time it was very nice.
As to how busy, I found it very busy! Wanfujing area was packed, so were the various main attractions such as Forbidden City, Lama Temple, Summer Palace, etc.
Silk Market was PACKED!!!!

Re: When to visit Beijing

by Lina800

April is much cooler than late July. Though, dust storms sometimes, it's more comfortable

Travel Tips for Beijing

Sneak peak

by upsydown

Having just started with this site, I decided to share some of my pictures.. When you walk, rather than getting a bus (even if it drops you at your door) there is always plenty to see everywhere you look. The scam girls in the streets trying to chat you up. ^_^

Lonely Planet

by aukjejetty

Take a lonelyplanetguide with you, the newest one is from August 2002. A good guide is more important here than in western countries, because of the fast pace of change.

There are new guesthouses popping up everywhere. Also still new places to discover. I went to Pingyao in 2000, which was not in the Lonely Planet then, but it is now.

MUST CARRY TISSUE AT ALL TIMES!

by kangningchang

bring a light jacket, the temp difference can be as much as ten degrees in the day/night Sun block. Beijing skies seem to have no clouds... When you get to Beijing, it would be wise to buy a packet of tissues (the easy to carry around type) they're cheap and you will need them! most public bathrooms in beijing do not provide toilet paper, and you'll be glad that you have some when you need it.

Ming Tombs

by keeweechic

This is the resting place of 13 of the 16 Ming emperors. The tombs tend to be a disappointment but the government is enhancing the area with a museum, helicopter rides over the tombs and the Great Wall amongst other things. Tour operators generally offer combination excursions to the tombs and the Great Wall.

Club for the Westerners

by Jimmyt83 about The Den (Dun Huang)

Dont let the inital scenery fool you. We first walked into this place to see nothing but old travelling business men kicking back getting drunk. We didnt think we would last too long, but after a while the dance floor upstairs started to get some younger people and we were in for a big one.

Spirits can be bought by the bottle and are usually more expensive, but the place goes pretty well on saturday nights. Watch out for hookers on the prowl though. Usual, bar nightclub stuff

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