China People's Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChina People's Palace Beijing
This is a huge hotel with, I believe, three towers. It took a while to figure it all out! You will get lost! The room is spotless, cozy and good fast Internet is present and available without specifically asking for it.
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