Crab Island Hot Spring Village Resort

Address: No.1 Xiedao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100018, China | Resort
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*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This resort, located in the Shunyi District area of Beijing, is near 798 Space, Ming Tombs (Ming Sishan Ling), and Dong Hua Men Night Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    Things Are Looking Up

    A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 22, 2014

    9 comments, 21 photos

    ... seen so far. There were a few buildings being used as shops and museums and a large open area in the middle leading up to an ancient building on a hill. I followed the crowds up and to the left of the building. I stopped at each spot their tour guide stopped at to read the introduction to what I was looking at. On every tourist sign I have seen so far the introduction is written in at least four languages. This turned out to be very helpful as I ...

    Scruffy Peasants and Forbidden Forbidden City

    A travel blog entry by johnlucas on Mar 17, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... Dumplings, and had 24 very nice assorted dumplings and three beers for £20. This evening we went to one of Beijing's smartest restaurants and had the best crispy duck in the whole world - £100 including wine. Both were really good value, we were definitely the scruffiest people in the second one but I am pleased to say they did not seem to mind. (We did not realise it was posh until we turned up at the door having squeezed passed the Lexus, Porsche and BMW's, ...

    Beijing Sideways

    A travel blog entry by stewy08 on Sep 20, 2013

    5 photos

    ... names are in English as well as Chinese so it doesn't cause us too many problems. The language however is a whole different ball game as English isn't widely spoken and with Karen and my Chinese repertoire only consisting of hello and a poorly pronounced thank you, things get interesting. The fun begins on the first night when we are given a number in the restaurant queue. After a couple of numbers are called we realise that they are not saying them in ...


    A travel blog entry by ellebee88 on Jun 24, 2013

    31 photos

    ... My nerves were getting out of hand so I debated stopping at Starbucks for food...but all of the prices were in yuan and I wasn't sure of the exchange rate, nor had I exchanged money. I checked if they'd take my card but I saw no visa symbol so I abandoned that method of de-stressing. Instead I chose to sit at the international arrivals here, eat some sesame candy saved from Cambodia, and wait for Kelley. My thought was that if I reasoned there must be another ...

    Horking, chicken feet and being the freakshow

    A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Nov 23, 2012

    29 photos

    ... fast food we'd been having) place and sat down since we couldn;t find the hotpot place we were looking for. The menu had no english, but a couple pictures, so I gestured with the lady and pointed at my phrase book to ask for green tea, and then tofu and chicken. She flipped through the menu and pointed at what looked like a nice pot of chicken soup with vegetables and another curry-like tofu dish, so we ordered both along with some rice. We never quite know how much ...