Red Lantern House West Yard

Address: No.12 Xisi North 2nd Avenue (12 xisi bei 2 tiao), Beijing, 100034, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Xidan/Financial Street area of Beijing, is near Gong Wang Fu, Prince Gong's Palace (Gongwangfu), Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang), and Nanshan Ski Village.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRed Lantern House West Yard Beijing

    Reviewed by kokoape

    Un posto tranquillo dove sentirsi a casa

    Reviewed Jul 4, 2013
    by (9 reviews) Milan , Italy Flag of Italy

    Abbiamo dormito nella parte con la corte aperta in una stanza tripla.
    La stanza è in ordine, semplice con aria condizionata e un bagno con acqua calda.
    Se si paga subito tutte le notti si ha inclusa la colazione che è diversa ogni giorno e viene servita nella West Yard.
    Le persone che gestiscono la guest house sono estremamente cordiali e aiutano sempre per qualsiasi cosa.
    Il ristornate è molto buono e abbastanza economico con più piatti cinesi e alcuni occidentali.
    La posizione è molto buona, si va a piedi al lago ed è in mezzo a due fermate di metropolitana, vicino ad un centro commerciale e alla stazione degli autobus per andare alla muraglia.
    Per chi ha piacere a stare in un posto famigliare lo consiglio.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Red Lantern House West Yard Beijing

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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