Jade Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJade Palace Hotel Beijing
We were on a Nexus tour so being situated in the business district on a very busy road, between the 3rd -4th ring roads was not a problem..but to some it could be rather isolated.. subway is a 2 minute walk with the downtown area taking 45 min. There is a Mcdonalds nearby and Walmart 15 mins by foot ,no external eateries.. hotel has several.
The lobby and piano bar are beautiful and great places to relax after a busy tour day..the bedroom / bathroom are very spacious, beds typically asian rock hard, buffet breakfast plentiful.
Rated 5 star but not quite ....
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... lives comfortably. We also visited a factory trusted to assist with the repair of the warriors and horses. Richard took us to a restaurant near the airport and we then flew to Chongquig. The flight tok just over an hour and we settled in to our hotel by 2000. This is a mountain city. The first thing we noticed was that there were no bicycles. The locals say they would have to carry their bike rather than their bike carry them! Our new guide is Oliver. He speaks with a clipped English ...
... one of the ACTE Forum sessions to understand about this because it was too confusing to understand in this meeting.
Our final meeting was with with AirPlus International. We met with Yuanyuan E, Senior Marketing Manager and Lucy Wang, Managing Director of AirPlus China. AirPlus is a business travel payment provider. This meeting was very helpful in learning about AirPlus and their ...
Well today was out last full day. We went to the Silk Market this morning, which is mostly just brand name things for cheap. It wasn't that exciting for us. We had some fun bartering, but we're glad we don't have to do that anymore. Lily slept a little there and got lots of attention. She had a book with our family pictures in it that we'd sent her at the orphanage, it included labels in Chinese and the shop ladies loved to look at her family. ...
... well try to come back when we are next in Beijing.
Altogether a quite breathtaking city and one we can recommend to you dear reader and don't worry about the food, if you can get along in a Chinese restaurant in the UK you will enjoy the local grub and if you get fed up with it you can always get a MacDonald, Burger King, KFC or Pizza Hut, we kid you not. We killed time around the hotel until it was time to take the overnight train to Shanghai.
... I was disappointed. Luckily our suitcases made the flight with us this time. We were met by Phoebe, our guide for the next two days. She suggested we might like to eat a dumpling banquet dinner and watch a Tang Dynasty royal court music and dance show. Naturally the Arts teacher came out in me and I said yes, why not ? We are staying at the Grand New World Hotel. We tasted rice wine (not my cup of tea) and dumplings ...