A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews A-hotel Workers Stadium Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... grey with a few silhouettes of boats and land. Still it was pretty amazing and an experience worth having. We made it down to the lake and wanted to ride one of the boats. There were small boats and a few big boats that looked like dragons, that was an obvious decision! We jumped on the dragon and made our way to the other side of the lake. It was so odd watching the Palace become less visible from the haze of pollution. A few more hazy sights and we were ready ...
... go up them). We went into what seemed to be a living room/dining room, and sat at two tables that were prepared for all of us with paper and scissors at each place. The lady of the house then described the house and living arrangements. Before 1949 (beginning of Chairman Mao's Communist China), one family would live in about 5,000 square feet of house. After that, because imperialism was discouraged (to put it mildly), families were forced to live together. Today, about ...
... exciting and the art district was interesting to wander about. It reminded me a little bit of berlin, maybe down to the german industrial architecture and leafy streets. My friend Isaac got tricked into paying for a portrait of himself, mostly out of british politeness from a boy who's English name was Shine. Overall it was a great trip but I'm looking forward to going back with a bit more time to look explore Beijing ...
... Later, our professor took us to see the main Tienanmen Square. She explained each building including the National Museum. A Chinese girl was following our professor. So creepy.
Shari and Chris had to leave since they had a class to go to. My professor took the rest of us to see the National Theater. The theater was stunning. Too bad we couldn't see the main inside since it required us to buy tickets. So, we checked out the outside of the building. It was basically ...
Hello Friends, Family, and Admirers--
This is Charlie. I hacked into my Dad's iPad to write you this (right after I scored the highest level on Angry Birds). Happy 4th of July! I know many of you have been worried about how I'd fare on this long family excursion. Let me assure you, I'm handling myself like a pro. Jet lag, what's that? I've been up bright and early each morning and running ...