Lucky Family Hostel

Address: No.12 Xinsi Hutong, Dongsi Shi'er Tiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100010, China | Hostel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
   

TravelPod Member ReviewsLucky Family Hostel Beijing

Reviewed by alexandmarymac

Comfortable and good location

Reviewed Aug 15, 2013
by (1 review) , China Flag of China

The staff was helpful and the room was comfortable. Wifi was strong on the first floor but weakened as you moved up to the third flood. There was a breakfast each morning which consisted of coffee, tea, oj, and thick toast. Location is very good and near many restaurants.

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

TripAdvisor Reviews Lucky Family Hostel Beijing

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Rejsebrev 5 - Kina - Beijing - Muren

A travel blog entry by j.knudsen on Sep 07, 2014

9 photos

Wulingyuan har været en fin oplevelse på trods af vejret. Jeg får køkkenet til at lave proviant til den forestående togrejse til Beijing. - 25 timer - Men må vente længe på bus nr 2, der skal køre mig til busstationen. Det er en typisk kinesisk bybus, der bestemt ikke er bygget til folk af min størrelse. Den er bestemt heller ikke indrettet til …

Forbidden City & Tiananmen Square

A travel blog entry by bmah on Oct 26, 2011

22 photos

... rotated through tourist attraction photos and propaganda. There was a monument to the people's heroes, Mao Zedong's memorial hall (closed, only open limited hours), tons of guards and police, lots of tourists. You weren't supposed to take photos of the police - they didn't like that. We had seen a guy have a camera seized just earlier.

Note: Bob told us later that they went to see Mao's tomb during the open times and after a ...

Free Days- GWC!

A travel blog entry by jackinchina on Aug 15, 2011

3 photos

... funny though shouting at her and her not understanding us because she was chinese. On the way back to the coach me and htis girl were taking the **** out of all the chinese stall people trying to sell us stuff- they asked if i wanted a hat, i said i was allergic. they offered me a banana, i said i'd have one if she had a strait one. they said if i wanted a coke, i said have you got a small large orange coke. you get the idea, but it ...

Train #24 to Beijing

A travel blog entry by mermaids on Nov 05, 2010

... the front of the train. As a testament to our lack of entertainment, Fiona and I proceeded to, um, well, laugh incredibly ************g. There are loud excited announcements as the Great Wall starts to tease us. We scramble for cameras and start clicking away but it is ever evasive. We instead are entertained by rice paddies, fields of corn, great big piles of coal and coke, stands of great big power generating windmills, lots of tunnels, lots of mountains, lots ...

Leisurely Day in Bejing

A travel blog entry by aprilrain on Oct 13, 2008

8 photos

... br>
From the experienced aunties in our tour group, we found out that the 'A' grade imitation of luxury bags can be bargained down from RMB$400 to RMB$80!!! That's a lot of difference, man!

We were not interested in luxury bags, nor were we keen to buy imitation bags, hence, we spent 2hrs just looking around, buying souvenirs from the stores, as well as exploring the supermarket, where I spent RMB$17.40 on 3 bottles of chewing gums!

...

Other places to stay in Beijing