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Beijing International Hotel

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Enjoyed the stay, lots of restaurents, close to Tiananmen square

I have visit a lot of places around the world, however, this place has got to be one of the worse. I am familiar with the Holiday Inn brand and even know the family of the founders. I don't think they would be happy at all with this facility. The first room they put us in had not been cleaned. There were half drunken water bottles on the desk and the bed had not been made. The second room had no doors for either the bathroom and the shower. I was sharing the room with my 28 year son, so it was incredibly awkward not to have that privacy.

Great gym and pool, indoor golf was great . But had a sewer smell in room. Had to pull the drains with towels to prevent the smell .

My daughter-in-law and granddaughter really liked staying at this hotel, and it was close to many things.

Great place to stay for the price. Great location and restaurants.

The location is wonderful, not far from Tiananmen Square. The public transportation is good, you can easily go from PEK International Airport to the hotel, taking the airport bus No. 3, at the cost of 24 yuan (= less than $4), a long ride. The buffet is wonderful, though the price is a little bit high, about $45 per person.

Great Value for the money. The staff is very nice. Remember, this is NOT the USA and as such things are different but overall it is a great place to stay!

Hotel was as expected. Room was clean and they had amenities with complimentary water. Wifi was not the best, couldn't browse on Safari but I think all wifi in China is pretty weak. Close to two subway stations, Jiangguo and Dongdan. Really convenient to call a taxi to the hotel and everyone knows this hotel, due to the attached convention center. Room was a good size, lots of outlets, and bathroom was pretty clean. Good value for the price. Would stay here again.

This is our third stay at this hotel. We chose this because of its location - close to places we wanted to visit. Airport to city bus stop is just outside side parking lot. Beijing station, subway station, supermarket, shopping mall, drugstore, and lots and lots of restaurants, eateries, food court within walking distance. The hotel is rated 5 star, most likely because it has a lot of amenities - convention center, business center, pool, fitness center, restaurants. However, the hotel and its facilities have seen their days. They are worn and tired. Needs remodel or at some facelift. Example, dirty and worn carpets in the room, entire bathroom (suggest at least re-grouting of the tiles and refinish porcelain bathtubs if not replaced), chipped furnitures (at least re-varnish). And for goodness sake, do something about the shower head and/or pipes. Water pours down in torrents like a waterfall! Such waste of water! Irony is there is a card asking guests to help save water by indicating no changing of bedsheets and towels!!! Furthermore, the drain cannot handle the amount of water, so the guest has to stand in dirty soapy bath water while showering. The water drains a few minutes after water is turned off. Then he needs to turn on the water again to wash his feet. 5 star hotels do not use threadbare towels that are no longer absorbent. They should be relegated to rags. Lastly, the entire staff, not only those at the front desk, should be trained to greet guests. Only guests who feel welcomed and pampered return. 5 STAR HOTELS DO NOT ALLOW PEOPLE TO INSERT BUSINESS CARDS OF ADULT ENTERTAINMENT UNDER THE DOOR EVERY SINGLE NIGHT OF OUR STAY.

This is our third stay at this hotel. We chose this because of its location - close to places we wanted to visit. Airport to city bus stop is just outside side parking lot. Beijing station, subway station, supermarket, shopping mall, drugstore, and lots and lots of restaurants, eateries, food court within walking distance. The hotel is rated 5 star, most likely because it has a lot of amenities - convention center, business center, pool, fitness center, restaurants. However, the hotel and its facilities have seen their days. They are worn and tired. Needs remodel or at some facelift. Example, dirty and worn carpets in the room, entire bathroom (suggest at least re-grouting of the tiles and refinish porcelain bathtubs if not replaced), chipped furnitures (at least re-varnish). And for goodness sake, do something about the shower head and/or pipes. Water pours down in torrents like a waterfall! Such waste of water! Irony is there is a card asking guests to help save water by indicating no changing of bedsheets and towels!!! Furthermore, the drain cannot handle the amount of water, so the guest has to stand in dirty soapy bath water while showering. The water drains a few minutes after water is turned off. Then he needs to turn on the water again to wash his feet. 5 star hotels do not use threadbare towels that are no longer absorbent. They should be relegated to rags. Lastly, the entire staff, not only those at the front desk, should be trained to greet guests. Only guests who feel welcomed and pampered return.

Have stayed here for several times this year. Most happy with the location (food, shopping, and subway) and the fitness facility. Enjoyed the treadmill and swimming pool all by myself on a few occasions. The room however would need an update, especially the bathroom and the carpet

It is a wonderful experience to stay in this hotel, and it is a good buy for anyone interested in visiting Beijing

The location was great. We could walk to Tiananmen square although it was quite a hike. The lounge on the top floor provided a spectacular view of downtown Beijing, although cocktails were very pricey. The staff spoke English well enough and they went out of their way to satisfy. The bathroom was a bit dated, but overall comfortable. And although there was free wifi, Google and Facebook were not accessible.

Good hotel with a perfect location to the train station and subways. Safe and clean area with many local restaurants within walking distance.

Wonderful trip, for sure will back to this hotel! Family room with a king bed and a single bed, me, my mom and two kids, they upgrade my family room because they didn't have my room, I was very happy with that! Great locations!

The money was well worth the room I paid for! Staff was extremely friendly and spoke enough English for me to get where I needed to get. The only downside was they gave me a twin size instead of a King (to be fair, the booking did say OR). But even with that I didn't have a problem with the twin size! It was a great room.

Great location! I enjoyed this hotel. The location was good and queit. The staff was friendly. It would be good if they can offer some water.

The location is very good. But I have to say that the hotel is too old. Maybe it's loog history. However, If I have second choice, I won't stay here again.

Really convenience with the airport shuttle bus stop near the hotel. Staff are friendly and provided with really good service. About 3km to the Tian'an men square, about 20 mins walk to Wangfujing.But the wifi is not really fast.

Pro: This hotel has a great location, and lower floors have cheaper rates. I was able to get a taxi easily to the places I want , or jump on a bus to forbidden city which is a few blocks away. The lobby and breakfast buffet are nice. Cons: The bath rooms on lover levels are ver old and have not been remodeled for a very loooooong time. I stayed on 13th floor. I was told the higher levels are recently reminded but cost a lot more money.

9 Jianguo Mennei Street Beijing Beijing

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Indoor pool
  • Business center

Located in Dongdan, Beijing International Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as Tiananmen Square and Tiananmen. This 4.5-star hotel has 720 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, an indoor pool, and a conference center. Also close to this Beijing hotel are Forbidden City and China Museum of History.


Dining

Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.


Rooms

The 720 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect to find wired Internet and satellite TV. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and slippers. Safes, phones, and desks are also available.


Property features

Guests of Beijing International Hotel enjoy an indoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and 3 meeting rooms. For transportation, you can make use of an airport shuttle (available 24 hours), as well as limo/town car service. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a conference center, a business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.

Room options

Standard Room-Executive Floor

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Room-Business Floor

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Executive Suite-Executive Floor

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Suite-Standard Floor

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Beijing International Hotel

Everyone (6) Business (22) Couples (15) Family (10) Friends (4) Other (6)
5

nice hotel, close to air and ground transportation

Everyone

Enjoyed the stay, lots of restaurents, close to Tiananmen square

By on Apr 15, 2017

1

there are no doors to the bathroom or the shower!!

Everyone

I have visit a lot of places around the world, however, this place has got to be one of the worse. I am familiar with the Holiday Inn brand and even know the family of the founders. I don't think they would be happy at all with this facility. The first room they put us in had not been cleaned. There were half drunken water bottles on the desk and the bed had not been made. The second room had no doors for either the bathroom and the shower. I was sharing the room with my 28 year son, so it was incredibly awkward not to have that privacy.

By , from China on Sep 14, 2016

4

nice hotel

Everyone

Great gym and pool, indoor golf was great . But had a sewer smell in room. Had to pull the drains with towels to prevent the smell .

By on Aug 7, 2016

5
Everyone

My daughter-in-law and granddaughter really liked staying at this hotel, and it was close to many things.

By on Jul 31, 2016

5

excellent place to stay

Everyone

Great place to stay for the price. Great location and restaurants.

By on Jul 27, 2016

5
Everyone

The location is wonderful, not far from Tiananmen Square. The public transportation is good, you can easily go from PEK International Airport to the hotel, taking the airport bus No. 3, at the cost of 24 yuan (= less than $4), a long ride. The buffet is wonderful, though the price is a little bit high, about $45 per person.

By , from Wisconsin, USA on Jun 24, 2016

4

great value

BusinessTravelers

Great Value for the money. The staff is very nice. Remember, this is NOT the USA and as such things are different but overall it is a great place to stay!

By on Feb 7, 2016

5

good vacation stay in winter

GetawayWithFriends

Hotel was as expected. Room was clean and they had amenities with complimentary water. Wifi was not the best, couldn't browse on Safari but I think all wifi in China is pretty weak. Close to two subway stations, Jiangguo and Dongdan. Really convenient to call a taxi to the hotel and everyone knows this hotel, due to the attached convention center. Room was a good size, lots of outlets, and bathroom was pretty clean. Good value for the price. Would stay here again.

By on Nov 29, 2015

3

rating too high

Couples

This is our third stay at this hotel. We chose this because of its location - close to places we wanted to visit. Airport to city bus stop is just outside side parking lot. Beijing station, subway station, supermarket, shopping mall, drugstore, and lots and lots of restaurants, eateries, food court within walking distance. The hotel is rated 5 star, most likely because it has a lot of amenities - convention center, business center, pool, fitness center, restaurants. However, the hotel and its facilities have seen their days. They are worn and tired. Needs remodel or at some facelift. Example, dirty and worn carpets in the room, entire bathroom (suggest at least re-grouting of the tiles and refinish porcelain bathtubs if not replaced), chipped furnitures (at least re-varnish). And for goodness sake, do something about the shower head and/or pipes. Water pours down in torrents like a waterfall! Such waste of water! Irony is there is a card asking guests to help save water by indicating no changing of bedsheets and towels!!! Furthermore, the drain cannot handle the amount of water, so the guest has to stand in dirty soapy bath water while showering. The water drains a few minutes after water is turned off. Then he needs to turn on the water again to wash his feet. 5 star hotels do not use threadbare towels that are no longer absorbent. They should be relegated to rags. Lastly, the entire staff, not only those at the front desk, should be trained to greet guests. Only guests who feel welcomed and pampered return. 5 STAR HOTELS DO NOT ALLOW PEOPLE TO INSERT BUSINESS CARDS OF ADULT ENTERTAINMENT UNDER THE DOOR EVERY SINGLE NIGHT OF OUR STAY.

By on Nov 25, 2015

3

rating too high

Couples

This is our third stay at this hotel. We chose this because of its location - close to places we wanted to visit. Airport to city bus stop is just outside side parking lot. Beijing station, subway station, supermarket, shopping mall, drugstore, and lots and lots of restaurants, eateries, food court within walking distance. The hotel is rated 5 star, most likely because it has a lot of amenities - convention center, business center, pool, fitness center, restaurants. However, the hotel and its facilities have seen their days. They are worn and tired. Needs remodel or at some facelift. Example, dirty and worn carpets in the room, entire bathroom (suggest at least re-grouting of the tiles and refinish porcelain bathtubs if not replaced), chipped furnitures (at least re-varnish). And for goodness sake, do something about the shower head and/or pipes. Water pours down in torrents like a waterfall! Such waste of water! Irony is there is a card asking guests to help save water by indicating no changing of bedsheets and towels!!! Furthermore, the drain cannot handle the amount of water, so the guest has to stand in dirty soapy bath water while showering. The water drains a few minutes after water is turned off. Then he needs to turn on the water again to wash his feet. 5 star hotels do not use threadbare towels that are no longer absorbent. They should be relegated to rags. Lastly, the entire staff, not only those at the front desk, should be trained to greet guests. Only guests who feel welcomed and pampered return.

By on Nov 25, 2015