365 Inn (Beijing Qianmen)
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TravelPod Member Reviews365 Inn (Beijing Qianmen)
Everything was perfect with our stay in the dorms: clean, fun, great location and environment. Although be warned: when we went to check out they charged us again for our last night in the dorm despite the fact that we had receipts informing them that we had already paid (with dates, amounts and signatures). Their book keeping error led to a big headache having to call the bank to cancel the charge. Thank god we paid with a card and not cash for this one! The argument over it nearly made us miss our train.
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