Haoyuan Hotel

Address: No.53 Shijia Hutong, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100010, China | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This hotel, located in the 东四 area of Beijing, is near Great Wall at Mutianyu, Big Bell Temple (Da Zhong Si), Temple of Enlightenment (Da Jue Si), and Shin Kong Place.
Map this hotel

        TripAdvisor Reviews Haoyuan Hotel Beijing

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Beijing

        The Forbidden City, Ancient Culture & Peking Duck!

        A travel blog entry by rakeshapeksha on Jul 14, 2015

        83 photos

        ... complex….it seemed never ending! The complex has over 800 buildings and 9000 rooms resulting in a myriad of courtyards. Most of the rooms/buildings are closed to the public, however you can look into a few of the dimly lit rooms and imagine how wealthy and opulent the city was at the time. After walking through the first part of the great city, the battling the other visitors to see inside what was open, the novelty of ...

        Hutongs, Summer Palace, Peking Duck

        A travel blog entry by jaq123 on May 09, 2015

        21 photos

        This is our last day in Beijing. We have found the pace quite demanding and were dubious about our ability to have another full day touristing, but as this is our last day we decided to make the most of it. We started a little later than usual so that we could relax in the morning and catch up with mail, news and have a slightly slower start.

        Our first stop was a pedicab ride through the Hutongs of Beijing. This was a fun ride for us ...

        Things Are Looking Up

        A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 22, 2014

        9 comments, 21 photos

        ... in China, we didn't budge until every seat was full. We drove up a pretty steep incline and were let off in a parking lot, where we were to walk up to the cable car station. Somehow the incline seemed even steeper when I had to walk it. On the way up I noticed an earth-moving machine lying on its side. I wondered how something so heavy could tip over and then I looked at the incline again and had my answer. This was a very steep hill. I was ...

        The Rest of Beijing

        A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Nov 30, 2013

        ... red lights. It's like the entire building is a series of geometric red cubes.

        DAY 5

        We woke up early to head to a giant flea and antique market. It was overwhelming. There were sections for everything from furniture to painting to jade and pearls. Everywhere you look there is something to buy. We saw replica Mao-era weaponry, stuffed wolves, painted scrolls, prayer walnuts, carved wooden furniture modeled after different dynasty ...

        In which I attempt to Climb a Wall

        A travel blog entry by solabusca on Jul 02, 2013

        18 photos

        ... home in a torrential downpour. I was soaked through within the first three minutes.

        Today was spent walking up stairs, and down stairs, until I learned to hate whoever decided to invent stairs. The Great Wall of China has a section built in a wooded mountain pass, and we (fools that we are), decided to climb the steepest section of air on one of the rare sunny days in Beijing - thanks to the downpour last night. Seeing how worn down the steps are on ...