Merchantel Hotel

Address: No.2 Xibianmen Wai Street, Beijing, 100886, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Xidan/Financial Street area of Beijing, is near Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian), Beijing Capital Museum, and Chairman Mao Memorial Hall (Maozhuxi Jiniantang).
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Our first real taste of China ...

    A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

    32 photos

    ... be serious requiring a siesta, followed by a decent walk, I think. Reading either China Daily or Global Times, both local English Language publications, one cannot avoid having one's Western-Centric view challenged a bit, which is good. We arrived during key meetings between the leaders of China, Mongolia, Russia Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan discussing a 'New Silk Road' Development and collaboration initiative. In fact, being here one is constantly reminded what a big Asian country Russia ...

    China - Beijing & Great Wall

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 09, 2014

    104 photos

    ... emperors and empresses. In 1860, it was brutally burned down by the Anglo-French Forces. The garden had to be rebuilt at least twice (1866 and again 1902). In 1914, the Summer Palace was opened to the public as a private property of the Qing imperial family and was formally opened as a park in 1924. Only then the ordinary people had a chance to enter the garden.

    Of course, we managed to to visit the most important parts of the Summer Palace, such as:

    Good food, the Zoo Market, and Tiananmen Square

    A travel blog entry by pandabearm on Oct 26, 2013

    71 photos

    ... the morning. I did not go to the Mausoleum. The statues outside of the building with Greco-Roman columns feature Chinese soldiers who fought for the country, but to me, these Chinese soldiers had very Caucasion looking faces. In the middle of the Square is the Monument to the People's Heroes, which is a giant obelisk. A large circular fence surrounds the obelisk and is manned by Chinese soldiers. No one can get anywhere close to the Monument, despite it being the ...

    We Made It!

    A travel blog entry by jillsalus on May 05, 2013


    ... I'm not sure if it was the lack of sleep or the intense hunger but I know now that I was delusional. It's been many years since most airlines serve actual food. This was no exception. There was nothing edible. Except sandwiches, there seems to always be sandwiches. We board the plane and just our luck we sit on the tarmac for about 40 minutes. I only figured this out when we arrived in Beijing 40 minutes late because as soon as I was in my seat I passed out. That was the first ...

    Annoying things about China!!!

    A travel blog entry by littledragon on Jan 14, 2013

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... on the roads, pedestrians rarely look the right way when crossing and drivers still spit at traffic lights or out their window. I've driven in UK, Belgium, France, Holland, China and Germany and by far the craziest was China. The sound their horn if they think the car in front is going to slow, if they're turning a corner, if they're just driving down the road with no one near. I really think their instructor, during their lessons, says "See this thing here, it makes a ...