Beijing Xinyuan Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to the taxi line. It is the safest option. Also, make sure you ask your cab driver to turn on the meter. Fortunately we had our hotel information printed out to hand to the driver because we were already expecting people not to know English. We arrived at our hotel at about 1:00 AM. It cost us about $22 USD to get to our hotel.
We checked in at the Holiday Inn Central Plaza Beijing thanks to my dad! Since he has corporate points he was able to book us a nice room here. ...
... us to stay at another hostel, which turned out to be one which we had wanted to stay in but were told there was no availability. Our hostel was located in the centre of an area called Five Avenues, where one of the streets used to be called London Street. Merely walking around you can tell that the area was heavily influenced by the Europeans who used to live there. Even once we left Five Avenues and wandered towards the river and up Finance street it ...
... names and signs too :) ) to go and check out the Summer Palace.
I found my way back to my bed although things look very different in the dark and tried unlocking the door in the wrong building, oops!
The next morning I was off again early to go and climb the Great Wall. Man, those stairs are steep!!Back in the city, I went to dinner at a lovely Mongolian restaurant with my 5 new friends and had a lovely evening chatting, laughing, eating ...
Beijing February 2- all day at this huge airport. The best part was to find my elephant ! She's perfect:) ate at Pizza Hut which was filling. 4pm flight now delayed until 5:30 :( I slept most the trip, Tom not too much. Meals were really bad. Landed at SFO around 2pm same day. Customs was a breeze, baggage retrieved. Drizzling and wet drive home, home sweet home by ...
... be for long term visits for high caliber talent and executives to temporarily come to work. These updates were very interesting and could be very helpful for companies that send workers to China. Tonight we went to the Conrad Hilton and did a site tour and had a networking dinner. Darcy explained to me while taking the tour, what a travel manager looks for when inspecting a hotel for partnership. The number one criteria for most ...