Beijing National Jade Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeijing National Jade Hotel
Lovely place and communal areas, room itself was very cramped but good for money. Room was very dark though as was no main light only individual bed lamps. Wifi in communal area was excellent.
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