Beijing Landmark Hotel3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel is attached to a medium size conference center which makes it very easy to attend conference events. The breakfast buffet is has the usual offerings seating is sometime challenging. Wifi is dependable.
Stayed at the Landmark Towers for 3 nights last week. Overall a very reasonable business hotel. Room was just fine, and clean, though comments from other reviewers about air conditioning not being all that effective are accurate. Food in the buffet for all three meals was excellent. The onsite fitness centre was adequate and functional. The co-located conference facilities were very good as well, as was the restaurant specializing in Shanghai cuisine.
Very comfortable hotel good food and facilities. Well positioned although need a vehicle or public transport to get around to see the sites. Staff were well presented and very helpful. Breakfast Hall can get busy as the Chinese like to eat early and quickly we went in after the crowds and enjoyed the selection of breakfast on offer. Some of the armchair seating in the breakfast hall are a little lower than the table you eat at and this can be uncomfortable. There is a shopping mall just five minutes walk from the hotel.
The location was good as it was a business trip and close to the exhibition center. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Tried the breakfast buffet and it was good with lots of varieties. Room was a little small.
Room was really big Bathroom really big and new The whole area is not quite modern but you have everything you need. Breakfast was really big but I found not so much for my taste :-) Overall a good Business Hotel
We stayed in this hotel at the beginning of a Titan tour. Our room was on the 7th floor overlooking the front entrance. Check in as a tour group was well organised and quick. The room is decorated in neutral earthy shades with 2 easy chairs, work space, and built-in luggage rack (for 1 case only). There is a wardrobe with 1 robe, slippers for 2, iron and board, room safe. Built in cupboards opposite the bed revealed a fridge, cups and mugs, and electric kettle. A hairdryer was in a bedside drawer. The bed was comfortable with a duvet for cover and medium-soft pillows. The bathroom had a good shower over the bath with towels on a rack at the end of the bath. Face cloths were also provided. Toiletries included shampoo, body lotion, conditioner and bath gel plus one small bar of soap for 3 days. In the bathroom drawer were disposable toothbrushes and a pack containing 2 shower caps, cotton buds and a comb. On the negative side was an air conditioning system with a stubborn mind of its own that refused to go much lower than 25 degrees C. A lack of hooks in the bathroom meant nowhere to hang washkits, clothing etc. The lighting in the bedroom is not at all conducive to reading in bed. The wifi is free but can be slow at times. The buffet style breakfast was ok with a choice of Chinese and Western food. It is all self service. Made to order omelettes were nice. A coffee machine makes a good brew but if you want an English cup of tea, bring your own teabags! It would be nice to have had some cereal that was not coated in sugar and fruit that was not in heavy syrup. Our first night included a buffet dinner which was adequate but not worth the RMB158 each normally charged. So on our second night, which did not include a tour dinner we ate at the Jackpot Cafe situated to the left of the hotel entrance. It is all Chinese fare but well cooked and presented. Five dishes and one bottle of Chinese beer came to RMB170 for the 2 of us. Overall, the room and hotel was clean and comfortable, if a little too warm.
Of all our hotels on our tour this was the least well appointed. Not only was it smaller than a UK Premier Inn room but the heating controls did not work, making it unbearably hot, and when the windows were left open we were awoken at 06.00 but the military personnel conducting drill on the drill square adjacent to the hotel! The breakfast was utter chaos with insufficient tables for all the hotel guests, but the food was of acceptable quality with plenty of choices. Unfortunately the 'hot' Western style offerings were cold.There were restaurants & a small shop in the hotel itself with a Starbucks opposite for a snack, but for a more substantial meal there is a Durty Nellies Irish pub just close by - turn right outside the hotel then right again - head for the Flower Market building & Durty Nellies in underneath it.there is a small supermarket opposite the Flower Market which is great for wine, beer & snacks.
This hotel was the last one we stayed at on our trip to China and it was certainly not up to the stranded of the others. The room servicing was not what I would expect of a 4star hotel,I had to ask them to empty the bins and clean the toilet. The beds in a friends room were not made. The main areas of the hotel were clean and the breakfast was excellent.
We stayed here for the final three nights of our China tour which we booked through UK tour operator – Titan Travel. Hotel close to shopping, restaurants and some local night spots (turn right as you walk down the hotel driveway). We also found a nice Irish bar close by which after 13 days of traditional Chinese food and drinks was a nice welcome change for an evening (again, right and then right again. It is on the left along the river bank). A small supermarket close by for water/sodas/snacks but a large supermarket in the basement area of the nearby Lufthansa shopping centre was better for a wider variety of western items. A delicious bakery was also close by – as was a Starbucks coffee shop if you fancy a western coffee fix. After multiple days of Chinese food our guilty pleasure on the last night was a pizza at a close by Pizza Express. Metro station (Liangmaqiao) is about 200m away. All in all a good base in Beijing as plenty close by.
I stayed at Landmark several years ago and was not very impressed. Circumstances brought me back for another stay recently and I was very pleasantly surprised. They have made some nice improvements to rooms and the facilities. The location of the hotel is good, nearby shopping, pubs and restaurants and the subway. Check-in was fast and courteous. The room was clean and spacious with a decent work space. The bed was firm, but comfortable. The complimentary breakfast offered lots of choices, including bacon, ham, and sausages. Not great, but pretty ok. Based on this stay, I'd definitely be back.
- Free WiFi in public areas
- Onsite dining
- Indoor pool
Located in Middle Chaoyang, Beijing Landmark Hotel is within a few miles (5 km) of popular sights such as CCTV Headquarters and Ditan Park. This 3.5-star hotel has 466 guestrooms and offers an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a nightclub. Lama Temple and Yashow Market are also nearby.
This hotel is home to 5 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Satisfy your hunger without leaving your room with 24-hour room service, or quench your thirst with a beverage at the bar/lounge or 2 coffee shops/cafés. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
All 466 recently renovated rooms feature minibars, free bottled water, and safes. Guests can expect to find WiFi, wired Internet, and satellite TV. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and bathrobes. Phones and desks are also standard.
Beijing Landmark Hotel features a nightclub, an indoor pool, and a fitness center. If you drive, self parking is CNY 30 per night, or you can take advantage of the shuttle from the airport to the hotel (available on request) for CNY 400 per vehicle. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a sauna, free WiFi in public areas, and a conference center.
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62% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 427 reviews