Eastern Air Hotel

Address: No 1 Xiaotianzhu Road, Shunyi District, Beijing, 100621, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Shunyi District area of Beijing.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Eastern Air Hotel Beijing

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Hey, Hey Doh! #babesinBeijing

    A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Jun 11, 2015

    3 comments, 58 photos

    ... family members! EVERYONE! Even distant cousins! She was expected to know their full names and dates of birth. Then she was supposed to know all about his friends, their names, their birthdays and what they like to do in their spare time. I told her that if she HAD known all that information it FOR SURE would have been a staged relationship. It was good that she didn’t know and she was honest. She won’t hear from them for 4 months. Hard part is over now. ...

    Today I depart on my amazing trip!

    A travel blog entry by jackson_jansen on Aug 06, 2014

    3 photos

    This morning I got up and checked out of my hotel and then got a cab to the airport and now I'm sitting at a coffee shop inside the airport writing this entry. My trip on the way back home to Brisbane airport is a plane to Hong Kong and then from there a 3 hour stop over and then another plane back to Brisbane which will be about ...

    The Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by tashatales on Jun 21, 2014

    19 photos

    ... stairs. At each lookout tower I felt a sense of accomplishment. I had conquered one leg, but then I looked ahead to realize that the wall seemed to go on forever. It is truly a wonder! Along the wall people have locked countless number so of locks (they call them Locks if Love). What a sight! As I am writing, I realize that I cannot really express what this experience encompassed. It was somehow a mixture ...

    Peking duck anyone?

    A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri on Oct 03, 2013

    745 photos

    ... little green man to appear but it stays forever red. Sometimes the police officer just gives up because everyone crosses anyway. Sometimes on a one way street, you must look both sides.
    No one really speak English. It is a constant try-to-guess-what-i-mean game. We cannot leave without a pen and paper and every price is negotiable (bargaining is my forte).
    We now have to buy bottled water. Hot water is available pretty much everywhere but it takes time ...

    Exploring the hutong

    A travel blog entry by ageinghippie on Apr 08, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... in Beijing? Old local residents have a saying: "There are 360 large hutongs and as many small hutongs as there are hairs on an ox." Laid out in a chessboard pattern which was established as early as the Ming Dynasty, these hutongs crosscut the city into tiny squares. In those days the capital was divided into the eastern, western, northern, southern and central districts, with a total of 33 neighborhoods, divided again into hutongs.

    In the ...