Botai Hotel Beijing
(3/5 by China National Tourism Administration)

Nearby: Nanluoguxiang, Bell and Drum Towers, Forbidden City, Jingshan Park show on map

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Ranked #162 Hotel in Beijing

Rated by 259 Hotel Guests

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Recent Reviews

  • "You Get What You Pay For"Sep 16, 2012
  • "Good location"Mar 29, 2013
  • "not a hotel, not even a hostel"Nov 25, 2012

Main Features

  • Internet

  • Breakfast

  • Parking

  • Airport Shuttle

  • Business Center

  • Restaurant


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Room type # of guests in room  
Standard Twin Room

2 Single Beds

Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)

Business Double or Twin Room

1 Double Bed or 2 Single Beds

Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)

Deluxe Double or Twin Room

1 Double Bed or 2 Single Beds

Sleeps 3 guests (up to 2 children)

Economy Twin Room

2 Single Beds

Sleeps 3 guests (up to 2 children)


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How to get to the hotel?


26.7 km (16.5 miles) drive (32 minutes by taxi*)

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


 
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Location of Botai Hotel Beijing

  • No.140 Jiaodaokou South Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
      • Nanluoguxiang
      • Nanluoguxiang
      • Jingshan Park
      • Forbidden City
      • Gong Wang Fu
      • Yandai Xie Street

Botai Hotel Beijing


What's In the Hotel

    • Free WiFi
    • Free Wired High-speed Internet
    • Parking (Limited Spaces)
    • Gift Shop
    • Elevator
    • Porter & Bellhop
    • Lobby Fireplace
    • Lobby Television
    • Number of meeting rooms - 2
    • Number of restaurants - 2
    • Number of floors - 15
    • Number of buildings/towers - 2
    • Total number of rooms - 172
    • Dry Cleaning & Laundry Service
    • Laundry Facilities
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    • Conference space size (meters) - 100
    • Meeting Room
    • Conference Center
    • Conference space size (feet) - 1076
    • Frontdesk Service (24 Hours)
    • Spa on Site
    • Limo/Town Car Service
    • Tours/Ticket Assistance
    • Wedding Services
    • Express Check-in
    • Express Check-out
    • Free Area Shuttle
    • Grocery/Convenience Store
    • Breakfast (Surcharge)
    • 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
    • Separate Lounge Area
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    • Slippers
    • Minibar
    • Blackout Curtains
    • Desk
    • Free Internet Access
    • Hair Dryer
    • Complimentary Toiletries
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    • Iron in Room
    • Shower/Bathtub Combo
    • Satellite TV Service
    • 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
      • ¥20.00 ($3.13) per person (approximately)

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.



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  • You Get What You Pay For
    nicole p
    Edinburgh, United Kingdom | Sep 16, 2012 | Trip type: Couples

    Arriving to this hotel around 2:30AM after a long flight, we seemed to disrupt the staff from sleeping which was awkward. Our room was clean enough and the hotel was close enough to everything, which was great. We had a room on the bottom floor, with a window that seemed to look out to the apartment building beside the hotel, where we constantly heard people chatting and spitting. On our last night, it seemed imperative for a group of men to stand around our window and hammer a blue door (that they had leaned up against our window) at 6:30AM. My efforts to ask them nicely to keep quiet were met with laughter and the hotel didn't understand what I was saying. I'm sure you can find a better place to stay.

  • Good location
    Frangipani-mo
    Peoria | Mar 29, 2013 | Trip type: Friends getaway

    Our group stayed in 2 rooms the first night and the smell of the room was awful. It smelled like sewer and smoke. Moreover, the neighboring room was so noisy. The next 5 days, we stayed in another room good for 3 people which was reserved prior to our arrival. The lights were not sufficient for reading, the bathroom fixtures were rusted,a small amount of toilet paper was rationed daily, the bathroom floor was always wet after a shower as the area only had a curtain as a divider and was in the same level as the toilet . They provided toothbrush,soap, and shampoo daily and enough slippers for everyone. It was close to the metro so was convenient and accessible to the different sites-Lama Temple, Forbidden City, Tian-nmen Square, local shops and eating places. We were able to eat with the locals by pointing out what we wanted as all the menus were written in Chinese. Public buses were accessible and cheap. You just have to know where to alight as all the signs are in Chinese characters. During our stay, probably only 2 nights were quiet. We wanted to move out but our reservation was non-refundable. There is a no smoking sign in some areas but you still smell smoke, etc even as you enter the hotel.Staff tried to be helpful but communicating with them was a struggle.Some were better than others.There is a tour agency on site but staffing is bad so we booked our tours somewhere else.

  • not a hotel, not even a hostel
    Me137
    London, United Kingdom | Nov 25, 2012 | Trip type: Couples

    First of all they even do not try to pretend that they care about customers - we were waiting ages to check in and if not the fact that we have already paid, for sure I would prefer to go and find another hotel. We were given a twin room next to the reception (although we booked a double room, but they could not speak any english at the receptions, we were tired, so finally gave up...), which was very noisy day and night. In the morning (like 7.00am?) they gave someone else a key to our room - fortunatelly I used a door chain as did not feel very secure. Not mention that when we came back in the evening, we found a few call-girls buisness cards, which says a lot about this 'hotel'...

  • good if you don't want to sleep!
    SamJan
    Port Glasgow, United Kingdom | Sep 30, 2012 | Trip type: Family

    well it's noisy to say the least. Only stayed here 3 nights as it is in a good area for the forbidden city tiennamen sq etc. The beds were like concrete, the bathroom flooded after each shower, and I wanted to "kill" the inconsiderate staff who never shut up at night, not even talking in hushed voices either! Hotel rooms dated in need of serious upgrade. No wifi.

  • Extremely noisy and small rooms
    L M
    Stockholm, Sweden | Jul 2, 2012 | Trip type: Couples

    Our room was located on the ground floor, right next to the reception (as most of their duble bed rooms are) and had no window. Since there was no sound proofing what so ever between the door and the corridor it sounded like people were standing in our room (though they were standing in the corridor). The room was extremely small, the bed was hard and the water in the shower was either cold or boiling hot... We were also given stained towels that they tried to charge us for when checking out (we refused to pay). I would never stay in this hotel again, and unless you like to have chinese people screaming outside your door at 5 AM in the morning, hard beds and dirt, I don't think you should stay there either...

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