Jingshan Garden Hotel Beijing    (Formerly Known As Red Wall Jingshan Garden Hotel)
(3.5/5 by China National Tourism Administration)

Nearby: Jingshan Park, Forbidden City, The Nine Dragon Screen of The Palace Museum show on map

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Ranked #70 Hotel in Beijing

Rated by 403 Hotel Guests

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Recent Reviews

  • "Excellent location, charming courtyard, and friendly staff"Oct 1, 2015
  • "Good location and great AC"Oct 1, 2015
  • "Lovely rooms and charm but receptionist needs some training!"Sep 28, 2015

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  • Internet

  • Breakfast

  • Airport Shuttle

  • Restaurant

  • Local Tours


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Room type # of guests in room  
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1 King Bed

Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)

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1 King Bed

Sleeps 3 guests (up to 1 child)

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2 Twin Beds

Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)


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28.3 km (17.6 miles) drive (37 minutes by taxi*)

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Location of Jingshan Garden Hotel Beijing

  • No.68 Sanyanjing Hutong, Jinshan East Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
      • Jingshan Park
      • Nanluoguxiang
      • Hutong Calligraphy Class
      • Gate of Heavenly Peace (Tian'an Men)
      • Meridian Gate (Wu Men)
      • Nanluoguxiang
      • Yandai Xie Street
      • Dong Hua Men Night Market

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What's In the Hotel

    • Free WiFi
    • Free Wired High-speed Internet
    • Lobby Newspaper
    • Designated Smoking Areas
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    • Number of buildings/towers - 1
    • Number of floors - 2
    • Total number of rooms - 20
    • Airport Transportation (Surcharge)
    • Dry Cleaning & Laundry Service
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    • Luggage Storage
    • Frontdesk Service (24 Hours)
    • Tours/Ticket Assistance
    • Express Check-in
    • Express Check-out
    • Breakfast (Surcharge)
    • Restaurant

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

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

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Enjoy Your Room

    • Air Conditioning
    • Private Bathroom
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    • Extra Bed Available
    • Slippers
    • In-Room Safe
    • Free Bottled Water
    • Yard
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    • Soundproofed Rooms
    • Desk
    • Free Internet Access
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    • Hair Dryer
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    • Bathrobes
    • Iron in Room
    • Shower Only
    • Free Crib/Infant Beds
    • LCD TV
    • Coffee/Tea Maker
    • Room Service
    • Daily Housekeeping

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
      • ¥300.00 ($46.93) per vehicle (one way)
      • ¥200.00 ($31.29) per night
      • ¥200.00 ($31.29) per night
      • ¥200.00 ($31.29) per stay

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

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

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  • Excellent location, charming courtyard, and friendly staff
    LingJA1998
    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | Oct 1, 2015 | Trip type: Family

    I found this hotel through TripAdvisor and it was just as I expected; the lovely courtyard was a bonus.
    The hotel located in a Hutong (alley) 20 metres away from the main street. A taxi was not able to access directly but it provided us of very quiet nights (at least during our stay) in the central heart of Beijing with 20 million population and with perhaps an equal amount of vehicles.
    The best landmark for the hotel I discovered was not 'San-yan-jing Hutong' or 'Jingshan Garden Hotel' (quite often got confused with a 'Red Wall Hotel' in the same district) but Jingshan Dongjie (Jingshan East Street), a bus stop for 4 or 5 transport routes. The hotel was also within the walking distance to the Forbidden City (~3 km to the front gate) and Wangfujing(~2.5km) through some interesting alleys and streets. Jingshan (Mountain Jing), a geographic central point of Beijing just few hundred metres from the hotel, was worth a visit in the early morning (¥2 for entrance) where locals doing their morning excises and practise, and there was a fabulous birds-view on the summit over the city.
    We stayed there for 9 nights. After the initial challenge of the conditions outside the front gate and maze-like alleys nearby, I found this is a charming hotel for a family holiday. What I liked most was the courtyard where I could sit and read or talk with my family and friends who visited us. The vines and fruits of grape, pumpkin, bitter melon and luffa hang overhead, providing a true feeling of traditional Beijing courtyard house. The ground floor room we stayed (1106) had windows towards the courtyard. It was cosy. Some facilities needed an upgrade (no fridge in the room) and maintenance but comfortable enough. I could access wifi ‘most' of the time inside the room or in the courtyard. My 9-year-old son thought it was great.
    The staff were very friendly during our stay. English was not their strength but they were keen to help. Breakfast was good enough ( toast, coffee and egg dishes were available), and there was a corner in the restaurant where you could practise Chinese calligraphy!
    If you want to experience what true Beijing life feels like, I recommended this hotel.

  • Good location and great AC
    TexaninRomania
    Bucharest, Romania | Oct 1, 2015 | Trip type: Couples

    The best thing about room is location close to forbidden city and an air conditioner that works very well. Staff was friendly and courteous but spoke very little English. Rooms were clean and staff swapped out the room safe to get me one that worked. Breakfast average but they will cook some eggs for you. The juice was closer to Tang than juice and milk was long life in box. Not accessible by automobile and down a strange alley.

  • Lovely rooms and charm but receptionist needs some training!
    sunworshipersunited
    London, United Kingdom | Sep 28, 2015 | Trip type: Friends getaway

    Rooms beautiful and clean - done up to feel very traditional. Our room no wifi so had to use it in the courtyard. Excellent central location for sightseeing. Receptionist struggled to check us in then refused to provide us with breakfast as we were leaving for The Wall at 6.30am. However, this was rectified - bread and butter with water in a bag!

  • Friendly staff
    Melodie G
    Sep 19, 2015 | Trip type: Couples

    First of all the staff was great. We arrived very late due to delayed fights and the staff was very accommodating. We were checked in very quickly and shown to our room. Other than a very hard bed we slept well. Breakfast in the morning was great with lots of choices. The room was pretty far from the metro and required walking through the hutong district which is pretty much a maze. Location was good as it was close by to some important attractions.
    Pros: friendly staff, good breakfast, large room
    Cons: far from metro, hard mattress

  • OK for a night or two
    LARPAT55
    Lake Worth, Florida | Sep 19, 2015 | Trip type: Solo travel

    I stayed here for 2 nights because I wanted to stay in a hutong instead of a regular western hotel. Basically it is embedded in an alleyway with a courtyard and small rooms. Typical amenities - plus slippers - were nice and the bed was comfortable enough. The staff were friendly and spoke a little English. The hard part was finding the place after I went out for the day. I got lost in a maze of alleyways, as they all looked alike to me. A taxi can only go within 2 blocks of the place due to the narrow streets, but all in all, not a bad 2 day stay.

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Additional Information about Jingshan Garden Hotel Beijing

    • The Jingshan Garden Hotel-Forbidden City (Hong Qiang Jingshan Huayuan Jiudian) offers a slightly more modern take on the traditional courtyard style found around Beijing. The pagodas of Jingshan Park across the street are visible from the hotel while the Forbidden City is just a short distance away. Located in the hutong, the hotel stays quiet despite its location in the center of the city.

      The hotel should not be confused with the Red Wall Garden Hotel, located in Shijia Hutong.

      Traditional doors and windows look out onto the hotels courtyard from guestrooms equipped all the standard amenities as well as in-room safes.

      Guests may enjoy Chinese foods at the on-site dining outlet.

      For those looking for something more social, there is also a bar and a teahouse on the premises.

    • If you represent the official hotel chain or the individual property, you can update the hotel details and promotional offers via the GM Management Form.


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