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Jianguo Hotspring Hotel

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We booked a double room when we arrived were given a twin. When I asked the receptionist about it he said that in this hotel a double room has two beds - quite confusing for guests!! I specifically chose a non-smoking floor and when I arrived I realised most floors were smoke free. But my room had a very strong smell of smoke. Guests smoked in the corridors. Guests smoked so much in their rooms, they opened their doors to let the smoke out into the corridors. The "hot spring" was dirty. The water was cloudy and had lots of hair in them. The towels were falling apart. It looks completely neglected.

We stayed at the Jianguo Hot spring Hotel for 4 nights whilst visiting Beijing. We were pleasantly surprised by the Hotel, after reading some suspect reviews on TripAdvisor. Initially we were booked into a twin room, which overlooked the central atrium, but moved to a double which looked out onto the road outside. The room was very nice, spacious, and with a Hot Spring fed bath and shower. The sheets and linen was clean and changed as required. The corridors have a bit of an odour, as does the lift, but as we neither slept or ate in either of them why worry? The restaurant had an excellent breakfast buffet with something for everyone and we made sure we filled up for our packed days out. There were some excellent beers and wines available as well. Evening meals were mainly of a chinese feel, as you would expect, but there were burgers or club sandwich available as well. We were picked up and dropped off every day by our guide, but the hotel is well situated for Trains and is within the 2nd Ring Road, making it very handy for Tiananmen and the Forbidden City. All in all a nice place to stay.

The hotel is very run down, stained carpets, mouldy bathroom, stained chairs and chipped furniture. Did not seem fresh or clean, my daughter complained of bites. The desk staff were not helpful and when another Chinese lady offered help to translate for me they refused. We booked due to it being a spa hotel as our children love swimming. When we arrived we found out that the pool was closed for 3 months! They were not apologetic at all, their letter of what I thought was an apology blamed the website I booked from - which was trip advisor. The lady in the restaurant spoke English and did her best, the restaurant staff could not but were attentive, the food was manageable. Im guessing this isn't an international hotel and more set up for Chinese tourist etc. Maybe cultural differences play apart, but I find no excuse for the state of the room or the lack of responsibility regards the pool. Don't book here.

Stayed at this hotel on a family holiday trip. The friendly staffs allowed us to check in early when we reach the hotel at 9a.m, because our flight arrived in Beijing very early in the morning, a great relief after a long flight for us. Location is very good, near the Jiangguomen MRT station and Beijing Railway station. So it's very easy to exploring Beijing city. This hotel also near to Wang Fujing Street. Hot spring water and drinking tap water available in each room. Spacious bed room, swimming pool, a great nature style Lobby with a fish pond, several dining and banquet rooms. It's a great experience to stay at this hotel. If they could replace the old tube tv with lcd/led tv that'll be perfect.

Very good location short walk from a central hub subway station (Jianguomen). Close to major international hotels--none of which have a better location. Right beside Sextant of Beijing--a worthwhile but often overlooked historic cite--where early foreign visitors used astronomical devices to measure distances. Near good banks to exchange money. Most other guests seemed to be local Chinese Families appreciated this hotel for its large rooms, relatively large beds, and modern bathrooms. Saw some other foreigners with kids as well. Room was comfortable for us with two children--age 6 and 11. Huge washroom with separate shower and tub. Swimming pool was great in June after being in the hot sun all day touring around. It was in a traditional hot spring spa that also gave the kids some interesting hot tubs to explore in a faux stalactite cave. Service was very good. For example, on our first day, room safe did not work properly. They changed it right away while we ate breakfast. The manager waited outside the restaurant just to tell us it was fixed. Kids loved fish swimming in the pond in the lobby. K

This is going to be a short review as I only slept in the hotel for three and a half hours thanks to Air China. But don't get me started on them and their delays... Was looking for a hotel close to Beijing train station as I had an early morning train and this worked out really well from that aspect. Just a short walk and I was there. Check-in lady was sullen and really looked like she really didn't want to be in the job, but then it was 2 a.m. and being a non foreign franchised hotel, friendliness is not a job requirement. Room was clean, everything worked, bed was comfortable. Room smelled a little smoky but that could well be in the outside pollution not necessarily someone using cigarettes. Would not stay here for a week however if it's an overnight stay, or for one or two days, more than passable, good location and price right.

Be carefull to book cheapest room. This was for me very small room with very old and by water and humidity damaged furniture. Eeven asked for nonsmoking it was smoking deodorized with some treatment. Poor English of hotel staff. I have complained about the room, but I was adviced somehow to stay by next day in the same room. Next day the story was bit different, all room sold!!! Not true in the real fact, and after noisy discussion hotel manager understood hard fight with me and offered much better room in the hotel atrium. Hotel spa was very good for relax after tough days. Some more points for the hotel becasue of its position to metro and railway station. Both about 7min walk. Hotel is bit difficult to find, main entrance is not on the street front.

Stayed here for 2 nights during the Chinese New Year holidays. I booked the cheapest room but was upgraded to a family-sized suite. Must have just undergone renovations. Carpet is spotless, room in tip-top condition, two bathrooms, two TVs, a soft king-sized bed, three windows with curtains. Location is excellent too. Just 80 metres from Jiangguo Men subway station, which is two stops to Tiananmen East station and one stop to Beijing Station. Despite located in the intersection of two highways, the room is surprisingly well-insulated from traffic. The hotspring spa is a bonus. Located in the adjoining building, it has six big jacuzzis, a swimming pool and massage services. The water is light-brownish but I was told that's the natural colour of hot-springs. No complaints. Can't find a better deal in Beijing for this price.

Staff is terribly trained. Internet broke in the middle of the night. No body cared. Front desk staff basically told me not their not bother me (this is not an language issue...I speak Chinese). Carpets dirty in rooms. Halls smelled bad. "No smoking" rooms have ashtrays. Haha. My room had mosquitos. Took 45 minutes to get my room. A lot of rooms in Building 1 are on highway and noisy. Getting a taxi is almost impossible.The only good part of the hotel was leaving.

So i am not sure whether to give this hotel 3 or 4 stars so i am being generous. The plusses-- 1) The staff- very helpful= not bad English- slightly slow at reception=lot of photocopying etc but ok.. 2) Very good fast internet in rooms (also wifi) no passwords no fuss. In lobby with password. 3) Very nice entrance. lobby- with chairs and tables in a sort of indoor garden- conservatory. 4) Quite central-- not much right next door bu t5 minutes walk to big mmall opposite the train station.. 5) Room is ok- little aged but all working- quite big- good lights- comfy chairs The negs 1> bed bit hard 2. basically a chinese hotel= no english cable tv..

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Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa
  • Indoor pool

Located in Beijing Central Business District, Jianguo Hotspring Hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as Hongqiao Market and Chairman Mao Memorial Hall. This 3.5-star hotel has 111 guestrooms and offers a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Beijing and also close to Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City.


Enjoy dining at Four Seasons Cafe, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.


All of Jianguo Hotspring Hotel's 111 air-conditioned rooms provide coffee makers, free bottled water, and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and satellite TV. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Phones and desks are other standard amenities.

Property features

Guests staying at Jianguo Hotspring Hotel enjoy access to a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a sauna. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area. Other amenities at this spa hotel include free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a 24-hour business center.

Room options

Business suite

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Deluxe Suite, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Superior Deluxe Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

75% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 82 reviews