Prime Hotel Wangfujing
(4.5/5 by China National Tourism Administration)

Nearby: Forbidden City, Bell and Drum Towers, Hutong Calligraphy Class show on map

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Ranked #23 Hotel in Beijing

Rated by 2,494 Hotel Guests

Top 3 Nationalities of Hotel Guests

Recent Reviews

  • "Good Hotel, perfect location"Apr 18, 2019
  • "A grand look in a central location"Apr 13, 2019
  • "Nice hotel"Apr 13, 2019

Main Features

  • Breakfast

  • Airport Shuttle

  • Business Center

  • Restaurant

  • Pool

  • Gym/Fitness Center


Highlights of Prime Hotel Wangfujing

Have it all - Explore History, Spoil with shopping and Party at night

Ultimate experience for shoppers - just a few minutes where number of shopping malls is just around the corner
The rooms have been designed with a classy kitchenette
High speed Internet in guest rooms

Just a few minutes’ walk to the world famous Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square

Located at the hub of the city
The hotel is also surrounded by great restaurants

Maximize your stay with special facilities like Free Wifi and equipped business centers


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Room type # of guests in room  
Superior Room

1 King Bed or 2 Twin Beds

Sleeps 3 guests (up to 1 child)

Deluxe Room

1 King Bed or 2 Twin Beds

Sleeps 3 guests (up to 1 child)

Club Double Room

1 King Bed

Sleeps 3 guests (up to 1 child)

Suite

1 King Bed

Sleeps 3 guests (up to 1 child)

Family Room

1 King Bed or 2 Twin Beds

Sleeps 3 guests (up to 1 child)


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FACT-More Than 90% of Travellers Don't Know the Answers to These Basic Questions

  • How do I find my way around?
  • How do I communicate with people?
  • Can I access the Internet and phone?
  • What happens if I get sick?
  • What if I need help?
  • How do I make my trip memorable?

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How to get to the hotel?


27.8 km (17.3 miles) drive (35 minutes by taxi*)

*The estimated driving time may vary depends on the traffic status


 
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    • Most taxi drivers don't speak much English, they don't recognise the hotel name & address if you only show them these in English
    • By getting your free Local Guide and Phrase Book after booking, you’ll be zero worry on getting lost

Location of Prime Hotel Wangfujing

    • Just a few minutes’ walk to the world famous Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square
  • No.2 Wangfujing Avenue, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
      • Dongsi
      • Hutong Calligraphy Class
      • Dongdan Sports Complex
      • Jingshan Park
      • Meridian Gate (Wu Men)
      • Forbidden City
      • Dong Hua Men Night Market
      • Wangfujing Mall(Wangfujing Street)
      • Wangfujing Street

Prime Hotel Wangfujing


What's In the Hotel

    • Free WiFi
    • Smoke-free Property
    • Elevator
    • Porter & Bellhop
    • Number of restaurants - 5
    • Total number of rooms - 400
    • Number of floors - 10
    • Airport Transportation
    • Dry Cleaning & Laundry Service
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    • Multilingual Staff
    • Luggage Storage
    • Business Center
    • Conference Center
    • Meeting Room
    • Frontdesk Service (24 Hours)
    • Limo/Town Car Service
    • Tours/Ticket Assistance
    • Wedding Services
    • Express Check-in
    • Express Check-out
    • Spa
    • Sauna
    • Breakfast (Surcharge)
    • Bar & Lounge
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    • Coffee Shop
    • Chinese
    • English

Questions & Answers

How can I find out if the hotel offers a shuttle service and how can I book it?

How can I find out if the hotel offers a shuttle service and how can I book it?

If the hotel offers a shuttle service it will be listed under "What's In the Hotel" by "Services." After you finished your booking, you can arrange the airport shuttle directly with the hotel, the hotel's local phone number is listed in Nehow's Local Guide. Also you can use Nehow's pick up service, you can find the detail information about Nehow's pick up service on your manage booking page. Please remember to have your flight details ready.

Can I store my bags at the hotel before check-in or after check-out?

Can I store my bags at the hotel before check-in or after check-out?

If the hotel offers a luggage storage service it will be listed under "What's In the Hotel" by "Services"


Enjoy Your Room

    • Air Conditioning
    • Private Bathroom
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    • Crib
    • Extra Bed Available
    • Slippers
    • In-Room Safe
    • Minibar
    • Free Bottled Water
    • Blackout Curtains
    • Desk
    • Free Internet Access
    • Hair Dryer
    • Complimentary Toiletries
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    • Bathrobes
    • Iron in Room
    • Rainfall Shower
    • Shower/Bathtub Combo
    • Satellite TV Service
    • Coffee/Tea Maker
    • Turndown Service

Good to Know

  • Check in from 2:00 PM
    Check out until 12:00 PM
  • Pets not allowed
  • Children are welcome
    Cribs (infant beds) are available
      • ¥99.00 ($15.49) per person (approximately)
      • ¥300.00 ($46.93) per vehicle (one way)
      • ¥300.00 ($46.93) per night

Questions & Answers

I will be arriving earlier/later than the stated check-in time. Can I still check in?

I will be arriving earlier/later than the stated check-in time. Can I still check in?

Usually this is not a problem; you can arrange for an after-hours check-in with most hotels. However, you should always confirm with the hotel. You can use the "Special Requests" box in the booking process to inform them of your estimated arrival time in writing. It's important to remember that the property can't always accommodate these requests. It's always best to check with the property directly and in advance to avoid confusion. You can contact the hotel directly by calling them, the local telephone number you can get from Nehow's Local Guide after you finish the booking.

I want to check out after the stated check-out time. What should I do?

I want to check out after the stated check-out time. What should I do?

A late check-out can only be arranged with the hotel and usually depends on availability at the time of your stay. You can ask about the possibility at the front desk upon arrival.



Brought to you by Reviews of Prime Hotel Wangfujing

  • Good Hotel, perfect location
    Dreamer710304
    Budapest, Hungary | Apr 18, 2019 | Trip type: Business

    The Hotel is perfect location, close to the Forbidden City. There are many fast-food restaurants, food shops on the street. The room are cleaned by staff all day. The room is nice and well-equipped. The shopping center, and the Wangfujing pedestrian street is 10-minute for a walk from the hotel

  • A grand look in a central location
    Christopher B
    Liverpool, United Kingdom | Apr 13, 2019 | Trip type: Family

    Both the exterior and lobby area of the hotel are very grand looking and it is located very centrally at the top of Wangfujing Street.

    Our room for five guests (two adults and three children) was large and well-presented with the only negative being the smell of cigarettes.

    We had initially had two queen-sized beds but staff brought in a third single bed in for us.

    Concierge were also helpful when it came to booking an early morning taxi for us to Beijing West railway station.

    It's worth noting that when you exit Dongsi subway station (one of the lengthiest in the city to get out of given the numerous ups and downs to get from the platform to street level) that there is a handy four-floor supermarket across the road next to McDonald's called Wumart I think. We were able to get plenty of bottled water and various groceries from there throughout our four night stay.

  • Nice hotel
    Grace L
    Sydney, Australia | Apr 13, 2019 | Trip type: Family

    Lovely hotel..big rooms with a lovely view.We got upgraded.We arrived 2.30am ,frontdesk was nice..Housekeeping team on the 7th floor was very good!
    The restaurant on the 2nd floor wasnt good.We ordered a peking duck..I was disappointed..Duck was not fresh..smelly ,fatty and skin was not crispy.

  • Great Hotel Large Rooms Extensive Buffet Breakfast Good Location
    drew22PerthAustralia
    London, United Kingdom | Mar 30, 2019 | Trip type: Friends getaway

    The Prime hotel in Beijing was not my first choice but a glitch with my booked hotel meant a last minute change. The special offer room rate was from a well known hotel online agency and only a few dollars more for a central location so I booked three nights. I was arriving at Beijing Station after travelling on the high speed train link from Hong Kong.

    For my other hotel I had an address already supplied in Chinese, as I was to find out that piece of information was more essential than I realised. Because of the late nature of my booking I didn't get a chance to get the same information from the Prime Hotel. After waiting at the railway station in a queue for a taxi for nearly 35 minutes it was our turn, well it turned in to a bit of a circus with drivers unable to relate to the google map and the English name for the hotel, the taxi supervisor was also unable to help, in the end two young Chinese girls who were getting a taxi translated the hotel name into Chinese and the problem was solved, thanks girls. Even my mobile was useless as I was unable to access the free WIFI (you need a Chinese number prefix 86) to download a translator. It was an embarrassing moment.

    Now we assumed the driver had understood the Prime Hotel was our destination so off we set. Google Maps had suggested that the fastest route was 3.1 miles about 15 minutes away. Even given the almost permanent gridlock on Beijing roads we kept moving albeit slower, at my estimate we travelled at least double the distance and took 45 minutes to arrive finally at the hotel. At first glance I thought it must be the wrong hotel as it is huge impressive and expensive looking hotel. Were we taken on a round trip of Beijing to up the meter charge, I don't know, but as it only worked at AUD12 including tip I wasn't going to argue, well one couldn't anyway.

    My doubting that this was in fact our hotel, despite Prime Hotel name everywhere and the address agreeing with my confirmation, was further enhanced when the receptionist kept asking my name or any other name the booking could be under. After she made a call somewhere, my booking was confirmed and room allocated. Then a AUD314 deposit for what we might eat or consume and charge to the room. I was definitely up market from my usual accommodation choices.

    The room was stunning, huge and for me luxurious, and all for AUD172 per night, not including breakfast, which we paid for as we went, the excellent buffet breakfast was AUD19 pp. The first night I stayed in and relaxed in front of the large screen TV and watched a movie on cable. I ordered room service and had a vegetarian pizza (AUD11) which was delicious although a little seasoning would have made it better. The hotel free WIFI was a bit temperamental but worked for most of the time except for Facebook and Google.

    I had an early start on the day of my departure so I ordered a car from the hotel's tour desk for 6:30am for Beijing Airport a strategic choice (when in a country where your language is not widely understood then trusting to public transport to get you somewhere on a time critical basis is not a good idea), and for only AUD52 in a limo it was a no brainer.

    It was a great stay and all the staff we very friendly albeit not always fully understanding my lingo. One thing that does irk me is when hotels take a credit card 'authorization', and it turns out they don't need it, they don't immediately cancel it, so someone gets to hang on to your money until eventually your pending transaction gets credited back to your account.

  • Great Hotel Large Rooms Extensive Buffet Breakfast Good Location
    drew22PerthAustralia
    Perth, Australia | Mar 30, 2019 | Trip type: Friends getaway

    The Prime hotel in Beijing was not my first choice but a glitch with my booked hotel meant a last minute change. The special offer room rate was from a well known hotel online agency and only a few dollars more for a central location so I booked three nights. I was arriving at Beijing Station after travelling on the high speed train link from Hong Kong.

    For my other hotel I had an address already supplied in Chinese, as I was to find out that piece of information was more essential than I realised. Because of the late nature of my booking I didn't get a chance to get the same information from the Prime Hotel. After waiting at the railway station in a queue for a taxi for nearly 35 minutes it was our turn, well it turned in to a bit of a circus with drivers unable to relate to the google map and the English name for the hotel, the taxi supervisor was also unable to help, in the end two young Chinese girls who were getting a taxi translated the hotel name into Chinese and the problem was solved, thanks girls. Even my mobile was useless as I was unable to access the free WIFI (you need a Chinese number prefix 86) to download a translator. It was an embarrassing moment.

    Now we assumed the driver had understood the Prime Hotel was our destination so off we set. Google Maps had suggested that the fastest route was 3.1 miles about 15 minutes away. Even given the almost permanent gridlock on Beijing roads we kept moving albeit slower, at my estimate we travelled at least double the distance and took 45 minutes to arrive finally at the hotel. At first glance I thought it must be the wrong hotel as it is huge impressive and expensive looking hotel. Were we taken on a round trip of Beijing to up the meter charge, I don't know, but as it only worked at AUD12 including tip I wasn't going to argue, well one couldn't anyway.

    My doubting that this was in fact our hotel, despite Prime Hotel name everywhere and the address agreeing with my confirmation, was further enhanced when the receptionist kept asking my name or any other name the booking could be under. After she made a call somewhere, my booking was confirmed and room allocated. Then a AUD314 deposit for what we might eat or consume and charge to the room. I was definitely up market from my usual accommodation choices.

    The room was stunning, huge and for me luxurious, and all for AUD172 per night, not including breakfast, which we paid for as we went, the excellent buffet breakfast was AUD19 pp. The first night I stayed in and relaxed in front of the large screen TV and watched a movie on cable. I ordered room service and had a vegetarian pizza (AUD11) which was delicious although a little seasoning would have made it better. The hotel free WIFI was a bit temperamental but worked for most of the time except for Facebook and Google.

    I had an early start on the day of my departure so I ordered a car from the hotel's tour desk for 6:30am for Beijing Airport a strategic choice (when in a country where your language is not widely understood then trusting to public transport to get you somewhere on a time critical basis is not a good idea), and for only AUD52 in a limo it was a no brainer.

    It was a great stay and all the staff we very friendly albeit not always fully understanding my lingo. One thing that does irk me is when hotels take a credit card 'authorization', and it turns out they don't need it, they don't immediately cancel it, so someone gets to hang on to your money until eventually your pending transaction gets credited back to your account.

These reviews are the subjective opinions of individual travelers and not of TripAdvisor LLC nor of its partners.


Additional Information about Prime Hotel Wangfujing

    • Located on Beijing's bustling Wangfujing pedestrian shopping street, the Prime Hotel (Beijing Huaqiao Dasha) is within easy reach to popular Beijing tourist attractions like the Forbidden City, Tian'anmen Square, Beihai Park and Jingshan Park.

      This Beijing hotel offers a great variety of well-equipped accommodations including superior rooms and executive suites.

      Chinese and western cuisines are offered on-site as well as room service.

      Other offerings include a ticket office, beauty salon, free parking and an airport pickup service.

      Guests can sing karaoke, swim in the indoor pool or get a massage in their free time.

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