Wanlong Hotel

Address: No.6 Yazi Bridge, Guang'anmenwai, Xicheng District, Beijing, 100055, China | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Wanlong Hotel Beijing

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Beijing

I was born to Karaoke!

A travel blog entry by sargamyagnik on Jun 18, 2015

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... br> After TravelSky, we were able to squeeze in a quick shopping trip and I was faced with the everlasting dilemma of whether to spend money buying souvenirs for other people or to just buy something for myself. And just like usual, I chose the latter option.

The night ended with a girls night at the W's lounge. And you know this hotel goes above and beyond when you have random performances through the night. ...

Day 2

A travel blog entry by jaydemcglead on Oct 13, 2014

Day 2|Friday Today we went to Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and went on a rickshaw tour which was awesome. Everyone here in Beijing treats you like celebrities, all they want is photos of you. Most people just stare at you, Jerry (our guide) told us that they do this because it's the first time before that they've ever seen foreigners. Hotel: Royal Pheonix Hotel ...

The City of a Very Long Wall

A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Jun 13, 2014

... for the next day. We decided to go to an Antiques market in the morning and then head out to the Summer Palace in the afternoon. So the next day we started the day leisurely, getting up at like 10am which was nice to have a lie in. Then headed to the antiques market by subway. It was pretty cool, you could buy anything from tiny teapots to huge stone Columns and 100 year old desks. It was very interesting and we decided to play the 10 Yuan Game. We each had to buy a present for ...

Sightseeing in Beijing

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Oct 19, 2013

Firstly, we love Beijing. Despite the language being harder than Mohammed I'm 'ard Bruce Lee it's an incredible place with a fascinating culture.

Anyone who is remotely interested in history should visit the national museum of China. A mammoth building to the East of Tiananmen square. At a cost of didly squat for entry and only four pounds for a rather snazy audio guide - they give you a Samsung galaxy mobile with an app installed - ...

Hangin' in the Hutong and Olympic Park

A travel blog entry by lavernelund on Apr 14, 2013

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... means back streets or water well in Mongolian. Within the 2nd Ring Road (central city) there are 3000 streets. A street 18-27 steps wide is a big street, 9-18 steps is a small street and less than 9 steps is a Hutong or alley. Bicycles, rickshaws and a single car can navigate these lanes.
Two hundred to three hundred years ago wealthy people built these small houses with many rooms surrounding a courtyard. Beijing was occupied by the Japanese from ...