Beijing Regal Hotel Tower B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... My bicycle pedlar pushed me aside to tip-toe into Bret's face screaming "This is NOT Shanghai! THIS BEIJING!!! BEIJING BETTER THAN SHANGHAI!!!! I'll spare you the rest of the details but will note that it was me who caved. I said it wasn't worth it and gave them 200 and said that if they would show us how to get out of the alley way they had dumped us in, I would give them extra 100. I fully believe that Bret would have stood there and argued with them but ...