Schonbrunn Hotel Beijing

Address: No.125 West Fourth Ring Northern Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100195, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the W. 3rd Ring/w. 4th Ring area of Beijing, is near Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), Beijing Zoo, Museum of the Chinese Revolution, and Beijing Capital Museum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Schonbrunn Hotel Beijing

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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Our Home for 6 Nights

    A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... by the bullet train was a great experience and one that both of us prefer over flying.

    We get off at Beijing station again the size and the amount of people is incredible. This station is bigger that Tullamarine airport. Which exit do we want… then I spy a man holding up a piece of paper with Geoff’s name on it. We zigged and zagged and we got out of that place, ...

    Beijing Day #2

    A travel blog entry by becsav on Apr 15, 2014

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    ... point they had blocked off a lot of the city for whoever was visiting. We then traveled to Silk Street which is the place to go if you want deals in Beijing. Eight floors of pure shopping, each floor specialized in a few things and there were little cubicles set up for each vendor. Shopping in Beijing is really different from shopping in America because the said price is not the price you should pay so you have to haggle for the best deal, you can usually get the price ...

    Beijing Part 1: The Mental Head Slap

    A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Nov 27, 2013

    2 comments

    ... and along with one familiar person, move your entire life to a place where not only does anyone speak your language fluently, but where everyone is cast from the same mold, and you are noticeably different from the millions of people around you. Imagine living that way for a year. I had just adjusted to this reality, and all of a sudden I was back in a place with other foreigners. It overwhelmed me.

    Eventually, I pulled myself together. ...

    Olympic Village, Tea, and Calligraphy

    A travel blog entry by alycleveland on Jun 01, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... it was expensive, but some people didn’t listen and were ordering a lot. Next thing we know, Wei had security called on him because he was arguing and telling us not to buy their stuff, which they did NOT like. There was all this conversation and conflict in Chinese that we couldn’t understand, so we just sat there hoping Wei didn’t get arrested. In hindsight, it was actually kind of funny. Leave it to the Americans to cause ...

    1 Month 3 Days

    A travel blog entry by michelleyeager on Oct 03, 2012

    2 comments

    ... in Tienanmen Square and also ate moon cakes all last week with my Chinese friends in honor of the Mid-Autumn Festival.

    My mind keeps going back and forth between the States and here, between my friends at DU and people I am meeting from the east coast and other countries. This first month has been quite the whirlwind, and there is so is much more I could say if I did not have only two minutes left before my language pledge starts for this week. Until next ...