Exhibition Centre Hotel

Address: No.135 Xizhimenwai Main Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100044, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Xidan/Financial Street area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Beijing Zoo, Prince Gong's Palace (Gongwangfu), and Gong Wang Fu.
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        • Wheelchair accessibility


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        TripAdvisor Reviews Exhibition Centre Hotel Beijing

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Beijing

        Beijing and The Great Wall

        A travel blog entry by crouchinhedghog on Oct 26, 2015

        2 comments, 12 photos

        ... price of 300 yuan.

        Once we returned to the hostel and checked-in, we had some time to relax before the acrobatics show in the evening. The acrobatics show was one of the most expensive optional activities we did on the whole trip. But it was absolutely worth every yuan. It made the acts that go on Britain’s Got Talent look like a bunch of amateurs. It was literally a case of an amazing feat, followed by an even more amazing ...

        Beijing Teachers Experimental School

        A travel blog entry by lifeundefined on Jun 10, 2015

        4 photos

        ... math, Chinese, and a foreign language (usually English). He says it is common to structure all other classes around these three content areas and if students are struggling they will add more math classes and homework as needed. The final element mentioned and one I have heard numerous times is that education is truly valued and important to parents. They stress this value to their children and as a general rule want and push their children to succeed. In China, ...

        First night in Beijing

        A travel blog entry by caitsinasia on Nov 13, 2014

        4 photos

        ... clientele. After Chai Masala ale, we headed around the corner for dumplings and knife noodles (thick freshly made noodles). With two plates of dumplings and a bowl of noodles, our total dinner cost came to 2$ - God how I've missed these prices:)

        More exploring to come ...

        Survival Chinese is Way More Important

        A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Feb 25, 2014

        2 comments, 4 photos

        ... on the board. Each character was a part of the grammar we learned so far this semester. I struggled.

        When we turned in our quizzes, my professor was in horror of what I wrote. She picked on me. First, she pointed out the errors I made. They were not that major. The only thing I truly messed up was the last character because I forgot it meant.

        Oh well. I learned my lesson.

        We started a new chapter about food. So ...

        Final Exams and Final Goodbyes

        A travel blog entry by amyfisher on Jun 30, 2013

        7 photos

        ... for the results! Exams here were much more casual than back home. Instead of bag rooms, clear plastic cases to carry pencils, strict seating and fierce examination supervisors, the exam was in our classroom, we were asked to put our bags at the back, and sit apart from each other. Our teacher was present to watch over us, but it wasn't such a high stress environment. Exams back home are often excruciatingly stressful, mostly due to the whole process ...