Wangfujing Yindi Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWangfujing Yindi Hotel Beijing
The room was OK, character-less and very stark, and the beds were hard. The staff don't speak English very well despite advertising on an English website. Be aware that the breakfast is all Chinese food. But the location was excellent. Right next to a mall and a metro station. So for that reason it was worth it.
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