Starway Boutique Tianan Rega Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStarway Boutique Tianan Rega Hotel Beijing
An average hotel. We had a room which was on the top floor of the hotel and did not have any windows, only a skylight. The room was a bit claustrophobic because the ceiling dipped with the pitch of the roof so the room seemed very small. The location of the hotel is very good and it is possible to walk to Tienanmen Square and the Forbidden City from the hotel.
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