Four Points by Sheraton Beijing, Haidian4.0 out of 5.0
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This hotel was booked by our tour group and the hotel did not disappoint. The room located on the fifth floor provided two comfortable double beds, a chair and foot rest, small glass coffee table and a large writing desk with chair. There is complimentary bottled water and tea and coffee making facilities and a small fridge A TV with a few English channels is mounted on the wall. A wardrobe with hanging space, two bathrobes, slippers, small digital safe and the obligatory gas masks. The good sized bathroom has a separate bathtub. The shower and toilet are enclosed with seperate glass doors within the bathroom. Towels, face washers and complimentary toiletries are supplied. The only minor issue for some may be the glass window that looks into the bedroom, whilst a timber blind adorns the glass window to provide privacy, this still may be an issue for some travellers. The breakfast area off the lobby is well designed providing different areas of seating and a good selection of Western and Chinese food and beverages for breakfast. The lobby is also expansive with seating areas whilst waiting for fellow travellers. The hotel was clean and the rooms cleaned daily. Whilst I did not have to worry about transport as this was all included in the tour, I would stay here again if visiting Beijing.
This was a wonderful hotel experience. Bed and pillows were very comfortable. Bathroom was great and had everything you need (and forgot to bring). The breakfast had great choices from American type breakfast to Chinese breakfast. Staff was very helpful even though their knowledge of English is limited (but what do you expect, you are in China). It's on the high end of the price scale but worth it for the tired body and jet lag.
This was the first hotel we stayed in during a very inexpensive tour. Both based on the tour cost, and the low end nature of Four Points in the States, our expectations were low. We were blown away. Room was large, spacious and well appointed. The location is far from sights and the town center. There is a large mall with a wide range of restaurants a few blocks away. Just before that is a high end market. A branch of the excellent, and well priced Dayali roast duck chain is a short cab ride.
Spectacular in every way. Great staff, great location. Quite modern with a lot of extra facilities even if not used. Breakfast not quite as good as some others but quality and well trained staff made up for that. One day the restaurant manager even made me pancakes as we couldn't get the machine to work. Heaps of towels, beautiful clean bedroom, clean linens, views from corner windows were great. Clean bathroom. Clothes line was welcome for hand washing. A must when travelling for three weeks. Free wifi. Great bar and snacks in the foyer, away from the entrance. Overall a would stay again.BUT be warned if you are not visiting in Summer there is NO air conditioning.
This was the first hotel, I stayed in while in China. I found that at times, it was difficult to communicate with staff due to language barrier on both sides. Breakfast was ok. There is a variety of choices, however the clearing of dishes once people were done was quite slow and my friends and I had a hard time trying to find a clean table. We were with a tour group from LA, where the guide would have everyone's wake up call set for 630am. There was one morning where we were woken at 4 am. We thought our guide made a mistake, she didn't it was the hotel. We were awoken 3 times. Not bad hotel but not the best one from my experience.
Location is good and convenient, breakfast have lots of choice. Price is reasonable compares to other hotels in Beijing. Lots of shopping nearby within walking distance. We have a good and quiet time during our stay.
Generally nice place, with the usual idiosyncrasies found when a foreign chain is locally managed. (Seems to be foreign managed, I should say) Cold potatoes for breakfast, runny jam in big bowls, etc. Biggest problem was the " air-conditioning" . Leave it on and the room quickly hits 30°c (I tried to follow the directions, but failed). No adjustment possible. Asked the front desk about it and they sent someone to fix it. Which they did by turning the unit off. The room cooled to 28.5 C by 6:00am, which was check-out time.
Located at Haidian this hotel had all you could need. Stayed four nights here as part of a China tour. Quality room and good facilities. Staff excellent. Great variety at breakfast. Only small issue was the heating which was high. However, opening the room window dealt with it very well.
Nice hotel located in Beijing. Good staff, nice rooms with both bathtub and shower. The eatery offers both chinese and some european food. 24 hour desk service.Important thing is to get Chinese business card from hotel lobby as no taxi driver will find it by its English name.
We stayed here 4 nights as part of a tour group. It was far nicer than I had expected. The room was large, clean and well appointed. The clear glass window in to the bathroom from the room was a little confronting at first but not really a problem. The hotel lobby was very nice, as was the ground floor restaurant where the breakfast buffet was served. Lots of options - chinese, japanese, western and all fresh, nicely prepared and presented. We had a burger in the restaurant one evening and that was very good although quite expensive. The restaurant service was very good too. The hotel is a short 10 minute walk to a very large shopping mall with lots of restaurants to choose from (but only 1-2 non-asian options if that's what you are looking for). As another reviewer commented, we also had the Peking Duck dinner in the hotel in the smaller restaurant across from the main hotel (this was included in our tour package). It was average. You didn't get very much and it was rather tasteless - very disappointing. I'd skip it.
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78% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 109 reviews