Liaoning International Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Liaoning International Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsLiaoning International Hotel Beijing
TripAdvisor Reviews Liaoning International Hotel Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... I spent a good hour and a half in the government complex. After that I went to the Confucius Temple, which was also a huge complex with a bunch of buildings. I didn't have as much time to spend there as I would have liked, but I did get to see the oldest building in Pingyao, inside of which were a bunch of altars with larger than life figures of various Confucian sages(?). Super cool but no photos allowed so I can't show you. Headed back to my hotel and got a cab to ...
... this are a common occurrence, and something most travelers can identify with which is why I thought I’d write about it.
Later, Vinh did some research on whether other people have had trouble with the taxis here and it turns out that it is a very common problem. Taxi drivers in Beijing all get the same pay so no matter how much money they make or passengers they take, so there is no real incentive to do their job. I can imagine that if that was the case for me, ...
... ma Mateusz non demorde, prende in mano la situazione e iniziamo a esplorare la citta' nella sua contemporaneita'. Architettura moderna, il suo punto forte.
Visitiamo lo Stadio Olimpico e e il Centro Acquatico, il quartiere finanziario con l'edificio del CCTV e il Gran Teatro Nazionale. La Pechino moderna non e' solo vetro e cemento, ma anche arte. Spendiamo un'intera giornata nel quartiere 789, che consideriamo il nostro ...
... but stuck to glimpses we got on the dirt trail bordering its walls. This is what upset TJ and I most, since many classmates of ours exhausted themselves walking the same distance we’ve been walking all trip, they became tired and requested to return to the bus. As a result, we didn’t get a tour of the palace and had to suffice with pictures taken by the cameras in our outstretched arms barely eclipsing the palace walls. Next on our day tour was ...
... City. The square and the Forbidden City are both surprisingly big, and although they are both extremely impressive, they seem to be designed to channel and accelerate the freezing wind to maximum effect. I've put some pictures on my Flickr site and if you look closely at Corinne you can see that her 'smile' is in fact a grimace: