Jianguo Garden Hotel

No.17 Jianguomennei Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Starting for Home

A travel blog entry by juliaby


We missed having breakfast this morning at our Pi County hotel - for me, this has been 2 hard boiled eggs, about 1/2 cup of stir fried potatoes and sticky bread with strawberry jam from the local market , but no fluids.

The hotel couldn't get our credit cards to go through, which made no sense to us, so that was the first snag. Eventually …


A travel blog entry by tonek


Denne dagen ble brukt til beske noen av de 999 husene og 9999,5 rommene i Den Forbudte By. Stadig like imponerende som sist. Mye flott se og veldig nyttig ha med en guide.

Deretter var vi i en silkebutikk for se hvordan silke blir laget og s var det av sted til Det Himmelske Tempel. Mange flotte bygg her ogs, og et stort omrde …

Discovering China and it's wild pandas

A travel blog entry by patandalan


We travelled to Beijing and stayed for three nights at the Jianguo garden hotel
a lovely 4 star hotel in the centre of Beijing , ideal for for visiting the major
attractions in and around the city.
We visited the amazing Tiananmen Square with the huge portrait of Chairman Mao,
bordering the square are Chairman Mao's Mausoleum, the …

Hello Beijing!

A travel blog entry by dzamore


I wake up at 3 am, unable to fall back asleep. Thanks jet lag. I eat the second half of my egg, cheese and tomato on a bagel from Murray's that I bought what is now two days agoI thinkas my final NYC breakfast. I contemplate the number of hours it's been sitting out, thinking about the almost definite stomach trouble that would entail and …

Big Sites, Many People

A travel blog entry by dzamore


Today started at 7:30 with a breakfast buffet at the hotel: East meets west. French fries, hard boiled eggs, croissants and an omelet station round out the soy milk soup, fried noodles with vegetables and congee with an assortment of pickled vegetables to mix in. Congee is like a rice porridge. I didnt try it today, but I will tomorrow. Im …

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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent