Holiday Inn Downtown Beijing
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Downtown Beijing
Top Class Hotel, with the old fashion courtesy! Breakfast included in price. English was lacking in the attendants at the desk. But over-all the rooms were spacious and had all the comforts.
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Day dawned from a little sleep-in for us this morning and June and I headed down to check out the Chinese breakfast supplied with our room - rice, baked scrambled egg, no toast, with a few stir fried veggies was the best I could come up with. It was tasty, with warm orange juice....not too bad, to wash it down.
The others didn't wake up …
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