Fraser Suites CBD 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?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Fraser Suites CBD Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... that big? I felt a little lost at times and I really don’t like either crossing the road here (no one pays attention to the red light or the green man too much) and the subway in rush hour (so busy you feel like a sardine, although not as bad as Delhi where we actually got taken off our feet). This city feels more cosmopolitan than any other city we have been in here, there are so many shops everywhere, large shopping centres and less small local markets, which I confess, ...
... for the Hall of Supreme Harmony. From the time of the third emperor, Yongzheng, all the Qing emperors, 8 in total resided in this hall. The main exit gate of the Forbidden City is the Gate of Divine Might, behind the Imperial Garden. It takes about two to three hours for you to visit the Forbidden City. Tracey walked with us to and through the Hutoungs constantly throwing her arm out and protecting us from the traffic, which was super funny her a ...
... is asking for...it didn't matter because we couldn't get Bing Maps to download anyways (Google doesn't work in China! Neither does Facebook).
After returning to the hotel we were met by Giovanni (the Captain who is running the foreign hiring department, HNA-Overseas). Even though we are planning the commuting contract, it was still required to visit the school and housing for the permanent expats. The school is a British school (Hainan's choice). They run ...
... still content with not changing my underwear everyday. I bought three pairs of underarmour boxer jocks for the trip and honestly it was the best decision of my life. Never have I known such excellent quality underwear. I highly recommend them for any bloke. They're reasonably expensive at around £15 a pair but god they're good, especially if you have to wear the same pair for an extended period of ...
... We took a taxi and plane, a bus, a subway, and then walked to get home. Boy did it take a long time but in the end it wasn't so bad. After getting home Dad and I went to Ping Jang lu. It is a really nice street that really reminds me that I live in China. Dad got a new tea set to go with the new tea he got, and a few other gifts for people at home. What a wonderful weekend it was. And I'm glad I was able to spend it with someone from home.