How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Feitian Hotel Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... in beauty compared to, say, Red Square, the memorable Naghsh-e-Jahan of Esfahan, or even the hated Sasanach's memorial to marine subjugation.
The cause is not assisted by the outstanding Zhengyang Gate that greets the visitor approaching from the southern side; it is one of the few scattered remnants of the old Inner Wall that ringed the core of the city for centuries; having survived foreign incursions, from Europeans and Japanese, the Cultural ...
... over to the walking mall and were open mouthed as we first came upon it. This is a huge, wide walk way with stores all along. Not shops but Prada, Van Cleef, h&M, etc. we wandered in and out, even through a giant department store. In the basement was a grocery area and Terry picked up nut snacks. There were lots of snack stores, but the snacks were mostly candies. We saw KFC, Subway and McDonalds. But when we decided we were hungry, we went in ...
... and see the Great Wall before I die in China, is all I thought. After passing a DUI checkpoint and nearly T-Boning a bus, we arrived at Sanlitun. The hostel room is basic, but surrounded by tons of culture. Oh, and free Wifi in the lobby, woot woot!
We woke up around 6 AM from oversleeping on the plane and found ourselves headed out the door to explore Beijing. This city is fascinating and reminds me of New York City on high octane meth. David ...
... the resting place of the Chairman of Communist Party of China from 1943
until his death in 1976. The Monument to the People's Heroes stands proudly in the centre of the square, with inscriptions dedicated to the fallen heroes on each side. During our walk around the largest square in the world, we witnessed a young lady who had donned a sheath with lettering, being escorted away by plain clothes ...
... Kyrgystan). And further south of Severobaikalsk I imagined the route I'd hiked south on 9th July as I spied beautiful Lake Slyudanskoye reflecting a grey evening sky. Just seeing this reminded me of the walk through the taiga-covered headlands and along the smooth-stoned beaches by crystaline waters to my favourite little wood-constructed villlage of Baikalskoye. All from such great heights. And it took about 15 minutes in the plane from first my sighting of Baikal to when ...