Ruihai International Business Hotel

No.21 Yangfangdian Road, Beijing, 100071, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Fengtai District area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Beijing Capital Museum, and Hall of Great Harmony (Taihe Dian).
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TripAdvisor Reviews Ruihai International Business Hotel Beijing

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Travel Blogs from Beijing

First Impressions of Beijing

A travel blog entry by lswers on Jul 06, 2014

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... are evil), we had interesting discussions and I learned about them.

I'll end with a comment about the food: it is delicious but very greasy. Lonely Planet called Beijing food "heavy but delicious" which is exactly what it is. We've been eating in groups and it's paid for, which is nice, but today I skipped lunch and had fruit because I can't handle the grease and gluttony. Hoping I can check out tourist sites later and see the appeal of this place.
xoxo from Beijing,Laur
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Beijing Day 2

A travel blog entry by cam_and_leah on Dec 08, 2013

50 photos

... it to organise rioting. I suppose the flip side of the thinking is, Why stir up people's discontent? What does having a vote even give you? (Other than a safeguard against a nutter having total power obviously...). It certainly isnt having someone in charge who wont lie to you, cheat from you and generally mismanage the country you're born into Who needs the vote when the party in charge is doing good things?, if your only choices are 3 lots of idiots who spend more ...

Walked my feet off!

A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Oct 23, 2013

... with pieces of material held in their hands, and a jungle gym for geriatrics. Bloody hell these old folks not only put put oldies to shame but a lot of what they were doing I wouldn't be flexible enough to do. There is no wonder Chinese people are so fit and health and unlike so many Westerners very athletic in stature. It is ver rare to see an overweight, let alone, obese Chinese person. If countries such as New Zealand and the UK got their populations ...

We Made It!

A travel blog entry by jillsalus on May 05, 2013

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... sleep I had been able to get since waking up 18 hours prior, and it felt great. If only I could find about 8 more of those I would be set! We land in Beijing and are anticipating being greeted by a smiling guide holding our names up high on a sign. We quickly realize he's actually not there. I want to cry (for the tenth time) and momentarily deem our trip cursed and ruined; because nobody overreacts when they are starved and exhausted, do they? After waiting somewhat patiently ...

Beijingle Bell Rock

A travel blog entry by puddlejumpers on Sep 13, 2012

225 photos

... at everything. (Although the large outdoor section with carved stone items was interesting… everything from small garden ornament-sized sculptures, to HUGE stone screens (3 or 4m high, and twice that long). Massive Buddha sculptures standing 20 feet high. We envisioned a little Chinese granny strolling over, buying a 12,000lb lion sculpture and carting it away on her scooter. Lol. Andrew didn't feel comfortable taking many pictures, as the ...