Oakwood Residence Beijing
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
Photos of Oakwood Residence Beijing
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Oakwood Residence Beijing
Travel Blogs from Beijing
The week flew by and it was definitely nice to have Todd here with me to do things in the evenings with.
We were able to enjoy some of the great restaurants in Beijing and my clothes are certainly getting tighter from all the food I have been eating. We tried to enjoy more authentic cuisine then what you can get in Canada.
We also …
I have been slacking when it comes to updating my blog and I have heard your complaints so I'm back at it.
Todd arrived on Saturday afternoon and I was so happy to have him here. He was pretty jet-legged so we didn't do too much. But we did have a delicious Mexican dinner.
On Sunday the Embassy was throwing a BBQ so we went and …
Because it was so rainy on Saturday and our tour to the Great Wall was cancelled we decided to re-book last minute on another tour for Sunday.
Well it turned out to be a great day!!
We got picked up right at our hotel and were only with 2 other people (so 4 in total plus the guide and driver). It started a bit awkwardly because …
So today we were supposed to go on a tour to the Great Wall but it got cancelled due to bad weather (pouring rain). Womp womp! So instead I decided to do some indoor things around Beijing.
Went to a place called Lily Nails in Sanlitun. I had a wonderful manicure and pedicure. I finished it off with an hour long foot message. I was fabulous …
Not a super busy week for me other than work. Did some shopping at the Silk Market on Wednesday night.
On Thursday night we went out as a big group as one of the guys was leaving. We had Peking duck and it was delicious!!
There was also National holiday on September 3rd in China to celebrate the end of WWII. The city was pretty …