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TravelPod Member ReviewsRainbow Hotel Beijing
The rooms were very nice, although the beds were harder than what I was used to back in the States. The hotel was close to a lot of restaurants and the location was very convenient for touring Beijing. The hotel was welcoming to foreigners and there was an area downstairs where we were able to order Chinese tea.
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