Mingri Wuzhou Hotel

Address: No.16 Malian Road, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100054, China | Hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
     

TripAdvisor Reviews Mingri Wuzhou Hotel Beijing

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Holiday with 10 million Chinese

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 05, 2014

5 comments, 28 photos

... fee. We took it and were surprised to find we now had two bathrooms, two TV's and a living room. Our big suitcase had been opened by Chinese security and locked with strapping. There was a blue form inside telling us we had been bad travelers and they took our Li-Ion batteries. Drats, they were for our Go Pro. We could re-claim them by texting a special number within seven days. We did it but what are the chances? We won’t be back in Guangzhou ...

Temples and photos and stuff

A travel blog entry by towib on Feb 04, 2014

29 photos

I've been keeping myself quite busy!
Beijing is full of old temples/palaces. I'm not particularly clued up on my Chinese history (anything before the Opium Wars is beyond me) so they all start merging into one after a while.

I've also realised how brilliant it is that most Chinese people here can speak a wee bit of English. When I meet people that don't speak any I realise how hard it is to do even basic things. ...

The Land of the Rising Sun

A travel blog entry by philandmups on Nov 10, 2013

13 photos

... safer but still a bit mental hot pot meal. This wildly popular restaurant doesn't take bookings. Instead you turn up, get given a numbered ticket and wait your turn in an area supplied with games to help occupy your time (we played a very competitive game of gin rummy). The meal itself consisted of two boiling bowls of oil, one spicy the other mild, into which you throw all sorts of meat. Think of a Chinese fondu. We played it safe with beef and shrimp rather than ...

A Jump Start on My Musical Summer

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jun 26, 2013

21 photos

... or traditional diatonic themes were present. On another note, the very nature of the instrument doesn't lend itself to a huge concert hall. Because the strings are only plucked-- and not played with a bow-- the resonance is rather low and requires a small performance area so that everyone can hear the instrument properly. Yao and I agree that this sort of coincides with the more introspective nature of Chinese music; the instrument is played more for personal introspection and ...

Reality Check

A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Sep 17, 2011

1 photo

... of my words and my actions pushing down on me.

A bold squeak bounces off the brick walls of the alley way. Backlit from a distant street light emerges a low profile shadow. The motion is stuttered. Slowly the shadow nears. The light from my paper lantern reveals a man sitting on a makeshift cart with four mismatched wheels. On his hands are old, tattered shoes. He leans forward and stretches his shoe hands to the ground in front of him. He heaves himself ...