Jianguo Garden Hotel

Address: No.17 Jianguomennei Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, 100005, China | 4 star hotel
 
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          • Swimming pool
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          • Bar/lounge
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          • Wheelchair accessibility

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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Beijing

          Don't ask don't tell

          A travel blog entry by dillardstravels on Jul 05, 2013

          86 photos

          ... and could imagine its former grandeur( The original was looted and parts destroyed after the emperor died). Chloé and Tiffani were not only awestruck, but almost struck by a man who reached his foot across the front of them to kick another guy in the back! A bit of pushing and shoving ensued so they got the heck out of there! There were many passageways, courtyards, and living quarters.....but only like 3 bathrooms ( I guessed a man designed it, lol)!! We ...

          Good-bye Beijing

          A travel blog entry by chatje on May 24, 2012

          15 photos

          ... friends, thank you to Annie and her mother for taking me to so many wonderful places in China. My times with you were so much fun.

          To Gene and my American students, you all have a special place in my heart. In the last 4 months you became my adopted family. We must have family reunions.

          Remember--we will always have Beijing, Shanghai, and Yunnan.

          And of ...

          Summer Palace in the Fall

          A travel blog entry by kylewhitehouse on Oct 13, 2011

          4 comments

          ... dark, and if you are, hope you have a flashlight. Just kidding, but the actual moral of this story is the common sense idea that if you do interesting things, interesting things will happen to you. So I jumped a fence, was invited to swim and had a chat with a tri-lingual Chinese man, and stayed at the Summer Palace a bit too long and got to walk and talk with an incredibly nice Chinese couple. Do interesting things and interesting things will happen to you.
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          Day 2

          A travel blog entry by andrewquinn on Jun 06, 2011

          ... my red Wisconsin shirt he easily spotted me as we walked past the restaurant. He was sitting outside with an assortment of food spread across the table and his friend and what I believe were their girlfriends. Jon and I tried all of the food. Not sure what we had, but it was all fresh and quite good.  After a round of beers with the dinner, we headed to a quaint bar with a patio area where you sat and were served. We had another round of beers and talked for a ...