- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- No cribs or infant beds are available.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
ibis Beijing Sanyuan3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I only stayed for a night before transferring to Europe. It is quite far from the Tienan'men (about 40min-1 hr) but it is easy to access by the subway. The room was clean and not smelly! I requested a quiet room and so it was! This hotel is located very close to a subway station (right heading for the Beijing airport). There is a coffee shop and shopping centre nearby so I liked the location pretty much for my one-night-stay. It is a bit apart from tourist attractions but If I come to Beijing to travel around, I might come back! (There is a hair dryer inside the room and it was absolutely recommendable for a solo traveller)
Staff were quite curt and explained nothing at check in other than what floor our room was on. DO NOT COME TO CHINA IN FEBRUARY. We were then informed that the hotel shop and restaurant/bar was shut for the whole of February due to holiday season. A fact never given during booking. With constant derisive looks from staff “who seemed they wanted to do anything else rather than talk to foreigners” we made the best of it. Coming from a country that’s culture is manners personified “Japan” straight to a country that is rudeness personified is quite a shock. Let me end by saying the hotel manager seems to permanently sleep on one of the only two reasonably comfortable seats or is constantly glaring at foreign guests as if they are criminals. Would not stay here unless you were desperate, even then the airport might be better. Check photo proof.
Helpful staff who managed to sort out my lack of WeChat to organise my visit. They do take credit cards for payment and that is a major plus. The Rooms are well cleaned, but do remember to put the come in card on the door. I didn't eat here as the are plenty of good 'hole in the wall', vendor's who will feed you well. This hotel is about 15 min from the underground and about the same from the shopping area
I traveled to Beijing as a part of a group on a business trip and this was one of the recommended hotels. I picked this up because of its proximity to Sanyuanqiao station which has direct connectivity to airport (via airport express) and to my venues (via subway line 10). The location is very good with the subway station around 4-5 min walk and lot of eating options nearby right from Starbucks, Subway to good restaurants. There is a mall nearby as well. However, the hotel itself feels like a hostel. I have stayed at other Ibis properties before but this one didn't match up to the standard: 1) Room was quite compact. Although the bed was cozy but linen quality wasn't up to the mark 2) Majority of the staff on reception couldn't speak or understand English 3) The reception area was under renovation making the area very congested and leading to long queues if there were multiple people around at one time 4) They charged me RMB100 extra for late check out. This in-spite of me confirming me with the reception staff a night before checkout. The lady there agreed and confirmed that I won't have to pay extra. However, upon check out, there was this guy at the reception who was extremely rude. He asked me to pay extra and made unpleasant gestures when I opposed to pay and said that I had spoken to their staff earlier. Anyways, as language is a huge barrier I decided to eventually pay the amount rather than enter into a meaningless argument. This hotel can be avoided. There is Novotel just behind Ibis and several other better options nearby at reasonable cost.
My cousin recommended this hotel to us. It's a typical Ibis hotel but smaller. It was clean enough. The best part about this hotel is it's convenience to the Airport Express. We were a group of 8 with 2 senior citizens and 1 child (8yo) so convenience was on top of our list. There's a Lawson convenience store at the Ground Floor. Breakfast according to my mom was not good.
Ibis is a budget style business hotel near the sanyuan bridge district. convenient and cheap for business travellers who need to visit the area. However, take note that it is small. no frills, not even breakfast is included. paid breakfast buffet is cheap but not very nice in my opinion. Good point for any Muslim travellers is that the restaurant serves halal food only. I stayed a few times, 2nd time opted to upgrade to family room even though I was alone...tot I would be getting a bigger room. turns out, they converted the desk area into another single bed...so I have no desk to work on.... Overall, the rooms were clean and I was there for work and alone so it was ok for me,...if you are there with family, look somewhere else
This was my first time in Beijing and China and I had chosen that hotel because it is on the airport line. The Hotel is super easy to find, next to its sister hotel novotel and in a quiet area. You get off at sanyuanqiao and the hotel ibis is on the right when you exit. The Hotel is OK not as clean as ibis in Europe but it was the OK. Unlike most places I have stayed ibis do not provide fridges in their rooms The room was adequate in size but it had that smell that even airfreshner could not make go away. I think there were bed bugs at well... But I survived. I did not have breakfast because I was booked on various tours and pickup time was at 630 in the morning so... The good thing is the lawson in the lobby that is open,, 🕛 24hours. Staff were OK, not over friendly but efficient. Not much to say... It was as clean as one would expect China to be... The area was a little dirty with cans, bottles, paper but much less than I thought. It seems that they are working hard to keep Beijing clean. I felt safe and not speaking a word of Chinese was not a problem. If I ever come back, I might stay at this hotel unless I choose the novotel nearby. 😁
I did not have a great stay. The room smelled like mold, and had a child's drawing on the wall, the staff is rude from check in to check out, they threw my passport, even letting my colleague's passport fall to the ground and giggling at us and our photos. The male manager at this hotel is as rude as the front desk clerks, but the female manager was very nice and understanding. Only stay here if you want to be near the city, other than that, there is nothing admirable about this place.
I always try and write fair reviews - To be honest - stop here and book somewhere else. I had to move rooms twice, the entrance reception area is shabby and not well maintained. We arrived late at night, and the staff at check-in were not very welcoming however the reception staff the next day were helpful. I have stayed in Ibis branded hotels across Europe, yes this has the Ibis logo but it stops here. There was a terrible smell of strong cigarette smoke and general dirt coming the toilet and shower area with small insects coming out of the drains. We were offered to move room, but each were the same. Two pillows (See images) were covered with dirt, and one with blood. Uncomfortable mattress, dirty floor, lack of soap and shampoo dispenser never filled up over 4 days, As I said book somewhere else. The hotel is located next to the subway station and local shopping centres.
I stayed here for a night. I requested a quiet and clean room before arriving, and I had the one as you see in the picture. The room was really clean and big enough for a single traveller. There is no deposit and the staffs were helpful. It is very close to a metro and just one stop from the airport so I much liked the location even though it took me about 40 minutes from Tienanmen. I highly recommend this hotel to those who should come and go to the airport early in the morning or late night. There is a shopping mall nearby and I had a dinner at a restaurant with good reviews from Trip Advisor. I made a reservation early so It was pretty much valuable to stay!
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Business center
- 24-hour front desk
Located in Chaoyang, ibis Beijing Sanyuan is within a few miles (5 km) of popular sights such as Ditan Park and Lama Temple. This 386-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. It's also near Yashow Market and Workers Stadium.
Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
All of ibis Beijing Sanyuan's 386 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, free bottled water, and phones. 27-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer free toiletries and slippers. Other standard amenities include ironing boards and desks.
Guests of ibis Beijing Sanyuan enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and coffee in a common area. Limited parking is available. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and a porter/bellhop.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
64.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 611 reviews