No.9 Dacheng Road Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of No.9 Dacheng Road Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews No.9 Dacheng Road Hotel Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
... HomeAway or VRBO) so that we would have more living space including a kitchen, living room, washer/dryer, etc. This is not a common practice in Beijing, however, so Caroline booked us into the Fairmont Beijing Hotel, a luxurious 5 star hotel located in the central business district. And while it was a bit pricy (they are very proud of their hotel and restaurants), it was extremely comfortable and included a nice gym and swimming pool (which we took advantage of ...
... system is so small that it gets blocked and overflows with sewage which brings beijing to a halt as taxis do not like to drive and the roads are covered in water. When we asked why the government do not sort out this problem, our guide told us how china prefer to build skyscrapers as it is visible and shows their power- rather than sorting out a huge problem underground. Each government would have it on their agenda, let it slide down until they are removed from power ...
... wall, but not enough to give us great views. It’s a busy place, and we’re all a little surprised that the vast majority of tourists here are Chinese nationals – westerners are very much in the minority and there’s a lot of interest in us! We get to tower six and our exit route to the bottom is one we were unaware of a few days ago – a luge/toboggan run down to the bottom! Honestly, it seems really weird (and a little wrong) having this ...
We did find the Forbidden City and were stumped by how many foreign people were there. Suddenly we did not stand out as much. Karlie and Emma brought themselves some ice cream, which people just sell on the street, and it doesn’t seem to melt until you get it out of the package.
There were several people offering themselves as guides, but we declined. The entrance fee was 60 RNB for normal people and 20 RNB for Students, which ...
Today I walked down to Tiananman Square in order to visit the Forbidden City. The sheer size of this place was simply incredible, and although internally it was reminiscent of every palace I've ever seen in Asia, I still enjoyed the couple of hours I spent exploring the incredible serenity of the opulent palace buildings and well maintained gardens that made ...