Ramada Beijing North3.5 out of 5.0
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Rooms are huge, clean and comfortable; service is good but sometimes is hard to find someone that speaks english (it's actually rare to find english speakers in China). When coming to China and not knowing the language, be sure to download a translator (google or microsoft translators work well), it will save you time and will help you a lot. The only downside I found was the bathtub was kind of old, but there's a separate shower that was perfect and clean. I don't bathe in bathtubs in hotels anyway, but I mention it in case it's important for some fellow traveler. Breakfast has a wide variety for people from all around the world. The restaurant's menu is varied as well, and besides the chinese menu they can prepare club sandwich, hamburgers, etc, for when you want a change. In the sister hotel Loong Palace, there's an ATM, gift shop with good prices, and a money exchange machine (just bring your passport). You can ask the concierge to take you there on the golf car if you find is too far in the summer sun (about a 5 mins walk). They also have a gym. The Aeon mall is about 12 mins walk, and the Life Science Park subway station is right next to the mall. There's another subway station close to the hotel, called Longze. You can also take a cab for around 13 RMB to these subway stations.
We are a family of 5 which stayed at Ramada Beijing north as part of Wyndham owners for 4 nights. Before we booked with Wyndham we had actually read reviews about this hotel. 50/50, we booked it anyway because 1. it as the only available hotel close to city as part of Wyndham owners and its a ramada. unfortunately, it doesn't live up the Ramada standards and Wyndham need to seriously work on getting this to the standards of its members. It is very tired! Honestly the staff were friendly and lovely. Customer service needs to be polished a little bit more. if you don't speak Chinese, Good luck communicating in English. Location is an issue but taxis are cheap. Not much to do in the area. It was great because we were out of the city, away from the noise. But relatively a great stay, i would stay here again only major thing was communication and english. customer service needs a lot more attention. Anne
The hotel it self is very nice and has big gardens and nice facilities but is way too far from Central Beijing, so unless you take a city tour or $$$ taxi, there is not much to see around. The breakfast area can be supper packed in morning, not enough tables of even dishes or cutlery to serve. Will be a lot of construction all around it in the next few years and possibly lots of dust.
We stayed in this hotel for three nights with a travel group. The hotel is nice, the breakfast was great, but the location of the hotel was terrible. There was nothing walking distance, no metro or bus nearby. So, we had to drive an hour with the tour bus to go anywhere.
Ramada Beijing north has grand looks from outside but the reception is not peppy and if you enter tired the looks will slow you down further. The rooms are large but mapping is somewhat confusing. Galleries are long so be ready to walk. The hotel has number of restaurants and all kind of facilities. The dinner menu does not have much for Indians and language is a great barrier. Atleast hotels of this class should have few english speaking staff members. Same was the case with breakfast.
Friendly, helpful staff; clean comfortable room; large bed; tea kettle, just like home. Good value; nice gym and good breakfasts; first day we tried the one frequented mainly by local Chinese guests; interesting and tasty cuisine. Next morning we tried the big breakfast restaurant mainly frequented by foreign travelers; good mix of western food and local cuisine.
Stayed here for 3 nights on a fairly cheap bus tour of China and wasn't sure what to expect. Room was very spacious and very clean. Beds were firmer than most North American hotels these days but comfortable. Service was good although I didn't really interact with staff much. The breakfast we had there was great! Lots of options and pretty tasty items on the buffet. The breakfast was part of the tour so not sure this would be offered every day. The only negative thing I would say is that although we were in a non smoking room, you could often smell cigarette smoke. Assume it was getting in through vents or air exchange or fans, whichever. Otherwise great stay, very clean, great wifi and good food.
The hotel itself is a clean hotel with all the basic necessities, and the rooms were quite large for a hotel in Beijing. Gym is really clean and big, and breakfast was a really good variety of Chinese and Western food. Staff is very helpful, as we got lost trying to find our way to the gym (because it had a separate entrance to the lobby), to the point they stopped what they were doing just to escort us to the entrance. The only problem is, the area itself has nothing really around in the area. We arrived in the evening and were trying to find a place for dinner, and thank goodness my mother knew some Chinese, because finding a restaurant was a little difficult. After walking a few blocks a guard told us there was a restaurant in the Super 8 Motel (yes, they exist in China) that was the closest restaurant open later around the area (that we could find anyways). Otherwise, great hotel. Would recommend to friends if they needed a good place to crash.
We were in Beijing for a little sightseeing but mostly for business (thus the location chosen for us). The hotel offered a very welcoming lobby and great service from the bellboys to the front desk attendants. We had a large room with a king-sized bed. The room was clean and the bed was relatively comfortable. The bathroom was spacious and only a minor leak in the shower was noticeable. The refrigerator in the room was a little too small - bottles of water kept rolling off the shelves every time it was opened. There were no outlets close to the bed. The climate control must have been on some sort of system that partially shut down at night, because we were always too warm at night. The breakfast was very good overall, but beware of large tour groups or tae-kwon do tournament participants staying at the hotel since this will make the timing for breakfast tricky. There was a large selection of food available, including many things Americans would not consider breakfast foods (e.g., fried cauliflower). Silverware was available to those who are still becoming acquainted with chopsticks. Since this is a hotel of choice for the company I served, I may very well return. That would be fine with me.
This hotel is just fine. The rooms are big and clean, but furniture is quite old. Breakfast buffet is quite complete, with some western food. The staff was very helpful when we had a problem at arrival. Overall, a fine hotel but not oustanding.
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65% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 80 reviews