North Garden Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsNorth Garden Hotel Beijing
The hotel has a beautiful lobby, but service is a little on the skimpy side. It was hard for my friend to get service in the lobby lounge. The hotel was packed during spring festival, so by the itme we checked in, there were no rollaway beds available and we had to settle for a pallet made from some douve' s for one of us to sleep on. The western restaurant was quite good and the breakfast Buffet was as well. Still need to teach people in China how to make coffee. it's very strong and bitter.
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