Ranked #107 Hotel in Beijing
Rated by 525 Hotel Guests
Top 3 Nationalities of Hotel Guests
- "Nice house"Sep 26, 2015
- "Very good, considering its low price. Location couldn't be better."Aug 16, 2015
- "Great location although a little difficult to find"Jul 9, 2015
Highlights of Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing
Glorious rooms with luxury amenities to satisfy your stay
Clean and comfortable room for a hassle free stay
Chinese delicacies are mouthwatering tempting you to stay in china forever
Historic attractions and a popular shopping destination: visit Qianmen to have it all
Wonder at the ancient sites spread across the city
Shop till you drop at the Qianmen Main Street Mall
Take a bite from the fantastic restaurants like Suzuki Kitchen and Deyuan Roast Duck restaurant
Free Internet is available
No booking fees. Best price guaranteed Availability at Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing
|Room type||# of guests in room|
|Standard Double Room||
1 King Bed
Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)
2 Single Beds
Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)
|Deluxe Twin Room||
2 Single Beds
Sleeps 2 guests (up to 1 child)
1 Double And 1 Single Bed
Sleeps 3 guests (up to 1 child)
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How to get to the hotel?
Get to Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing
It usually takes at least half an hour to get a taxi at the airport because of the long waiting queue
As a public transport tool, taxi is not possible to be a best comfort choice by travelers:
- most taxi cars are very old which makes the cleanliness is not at a high standard
- most drivers cannot speak English, the communicate with the driver is hard
The average price of Beijing taxi is about CNY 30 - CNY 60 ($4.69 - $9.39) per 10km (6.25 miles) (the price may vary depends on the traffic status)
Get to Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing
It usually takes about 30 minutes to get to the airport subway station after check out from the custom. Travelers may need to exchange many subway stations to the nearest subway station to the hotel. After that, finding a best way to the hotel from the nearest subway station is also a problem for some travelers
The experience by taking subway from the airport to the exchange subway station is usually good but after that it's horrible because most subway stations in China are usually full of people which makes travelers have no chance to even get a seat
The cost of taking subway from the airport to the nearest subway station to the hotel is less than CNY 50 ($7.82)
The nearest subway station to the hotel is:Zhushikou
The distance between Zhushikou station to Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing is 0.80 km (0.50 miles)
Get to Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing by hotel shuttle bus
The door-to-door pick up service offered by Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing is always a good choice in terms of the convenience. Travelers no need to waste any time on waiting at the airport
The hotel driver will cover all your travel needs during the way from the airport to the hotel. And the car usually is very good, clean and comfortable
The cost of using hotel pick up service is always expensive. The airport shuttle fee of Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing is ABC
After finish the booking at Nehow.com, you can contact the hotel to ask them arrange the hotel shuttle bus for you. You can find the hotel contact information at the manage booking page
Get to Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing by using Nehow Pickup Service
The door-to-door pick up service offered by Nehow.com is always the best choice. You will meet your private driver at the exit on the right. You can also call our 24/7 custom support if you need any help at the airport
Most cars we used are pretty new, and the car for you will be cleaned before your private driver goes to the airport
In most cases, the cost of Nehow Pickup Service is much cheaper than hotel pick up service. And sometimes the cost of Nehow Pickup Service is even close to the cost by taxi(depends on the traffic status).
The cost of Nehow Pickup Service is from ￥281.19 ($43.99) per vehicle (one way)
After you finish your hotel booking, you'll get an email on how to book Nehow pickup service. And also you can find that information on the manage booking page
Location of Hyde Courtyard Hotel Beijing
- Historic attractions and a popular shopping destination: visit Qianmen to have it all
- No.11 Shijia Alley, Meishi Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, China
- Beijing Tonglexuan Cinema
- Qianmen Main Street Mall
- National Center for the Performing Arts
- Tiananmen Square
What's In the Hotel
- Free WiFi
- Free Wired High-speed Internet
- Free Parking Nearby
- Designated Smoking Areas
- Number of buildings/towers - 1 show more
- Number of floors - 3
- Airport Transportation (Surcharge)
- Dry Cleaning & Laundry Service show more
- Luggage Storage
- Business Center
- Frontdesk Service (Limited Hours)
- Tours/Ticket Assistance
- Express Check-in
- Express Check-out
- Free Reception
- Bar & Lounge show more
- Snack Bar
- Coffee/Tea In Lobby
- Coffee Shop
Good to Know
Check in from 10:00 AM
Check out until 1:00 PM
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LiBjorkStockholm, Sweden | Sep 26, 2015 | Trip type: Couples
This hotel is very cheap and considering that you get a decent enough hotel. The building is very nice and the location is great. The rooms are very basic and clean. During winter it can get very cold so make sure you get a room with a heater and that the heater works.
Very good, considering its low price. Location couldn't be better.
YamsterdamAmsterdam, The Netherlands | Aug 16, 2015 | Trip type: Couples
I chose this hotel because of price and location in Beijing's city centre. It didn't dissapoint on both accounts.
The hotel is close to a main gentrified pedestrian shopping street, running right of Tiananmen Square. This street is kind of tacky, because it's a bit like Main Street in Disneyland, complete with streetcars. Behind the street's facades real old Beijing starts. The contrast is fun to see. The hotel is in one of the old Hutong streets, which gives you the 'real' Beijing feel. You get best of both worlds. The old Hutong streets are crammed with restaurants, which we loved. It's so easy to get a quick Chinese breakfast of freshly steamed dumplings for next to nothing. Lots of Hotpot restaurants for dinner. The authentic Beijing Duck restaurant Lonely Planet recommends is also within walking distance in another Hutong. Beijing Opera is a short walk. Forbidden City is a short walk. Temple of Heaven is walkable. You get it, there's a lot nearby.
Another big plus is the metro is nearby (the circle line, that also connects to the airport express). But, and this isn't mentioned in any guidebook or website, there's also a new metro station right next to the hotel. And it looks like another one is almost finished. With these three metro lines near this hotel, you get acces to virtually every Beijing sightseeing spot without even transferring.
The hotel itself was ok. Building quite pretty and historical. Staff was uninterested, and didn't say much in the five nights we were there. We didn't get the room we booked and were unable to change. The room itself was big enough. AC was broken for the first two nights. We thought they were making excuses, but it got fixed the third night.
The hotel was very noisy, with huge groups of Chinese schoolchildren making noise during the night. Bring earplugs.
Room didn't get cleaned once during our five night stay. I'd say this is somewhere between a hostel and a hotel.
We booked an excursion to the Chinese Wall at the hotel, which was cheap and pretty good. Aimed at westerners that don't want to go shopping but just walk the wall. Still it was too 'organized' for pretty much everyone that took the trip.
The hotel has a bar which is nice and also cheap. It's also possible to eat here and have breakfast (including western options). We didn't try it, because you're spoiled with everything Beijing has to offer for breakfast and dinner.
There are several shops/mini markets in the vicinity, which is handy to get water/drinks/snacks etc. People in shops and restaurants this part of Beijing were very friendly to us. More so than in the tourist oriented shops and restaurants.
Don't expect anything fancy, but just a basic place to sleep on an incredible location for a really good price.
We've seen the big fancy hotels and they seem to be more distant from what makes Beijing fun and that are the authentic neighborhoods and the big ticket attractions.
Great location although a little difficult to find
BananaramaBananaramaEngland | Jul 9, 2015 | Trip type: Family
Location: This hotel is fantastic for its central location (15 mins walk from forbidden city and close to a main shopping street). It is within one of the hutons, so close to a small shop that sold fruit and water etc. Staff speak some english and are helpful.
Directions: from the airport take the airport express train to Dongzhimen which costs 25rb pp. Then take line 2 on the metro to Qianmen. Leave by exit B or C. Look for the huge ornamental arch, go underneath (if you arrive late the arch is closed so you will have to go around it) and cross the wide road over the zebra crossing. Continue along the main shopping street following tram track, passing the Bank of China on the right and Zara on the left. Once you see h&m turn right up a ramp and down the narrow alley and over the crossroads which has the train ticket shop on the corner. Continue straight for about 20m and the hotel is on the right.
Room: We had a twin room on the ground floor. The room was clean and a good size with air con. The bathroom was fine although more of a wet room. They empty your bin/fold towels daily but that is all.
Breakfast: good in the hotel with plenty of choice but I got some pretty bad bites being sat on their sofa one morning.
Tours: We booked the Great Wall of China tour through the hotel at 280rb pp. You can pay by card or cash. You take the receipt and the tour guide meets you the following morning at the end of the street. The price includes lunch and entrance but not the cable car. Our guide was very insistent on us taking the cable car down and not tobogganing but we pushed for it and I would totally recommend it. We had such a laugh and it made the day. She collects the extra money before you get off the bus and im not sure if she overcharged us. I thought I had read that it would be less. We paid 180rb pp and I think she got a group discount as well. The bus drops you back off wherever you want to be.
Great inexpensive hotel in an authentic neighborhood
Jeff15147Oakmont, PA | Jun 13, 2015 | Trip type: Solo travel
I really enjoyed my stay at the Hyde Hotel, and would recommend it for anyone who wants to have the "real" Beijing experience and stay in a local hutong (neighborhood) instead of a big sterile Western style hotel. The Hyde was perfect for that. It's located on a tiny alley just off Meishi Street. The alley is too small for a taxi, so you'll need to get dropped off on Meishi and walk a hundred yards or so to the hotel. No big deal. Note, however, that if you approach the hotel from the other end of the alley, the red sign in front of the hotel reads "Are Operating" instead of "Hyde Hotel", so you might miss the hotel entrance! The Hyde is pretty good by local standards. It's clean, friendly, and several staff speak some English. Hot water for showers is a bit iffy, though. Rooms are comfortable though small. And the price is great. Overall, I liked it a lot.
A great, value for money Beijing Hyde-out
Phil650Solihull, United Kingdom | Apr 8, 2015 | Trip type: Friends getaway
I initially booked with friends to stay for 3 nights here on our stop in Beijing, but we ended up staying 7. Hyde hotel is well located in the Qian'men district of Beijing, and Forbidden City is walkable from there in about 10-15 minutes, along with good underground links to other districts and attractions. There is a main shopping street running through the middle, and Hyde hotel is located off here in a side street, away from any real street noise. There were not many guests staying here when we did, but we were booked into a 4-bed dorm, and found the room to be pretty cosy, clean, beds were ok and the wifi was fine too. Thankfully the heater worked well too, as it was freezing when we visited Beijing! We had a shared bathroom, and I also found this to be well maintained, and the showers (3 of them) were warm at all times, which again was welcoming bearing in mind temps back then. We ate in the restaurant once, and the food was of a good standard, although it took the guy a while to come and take our order, despite several hints that we were ready to order! Communication here in general can be difficult, as not many of the staff speak English, but you get by.
If eating here isn't to your fancy then there are several Beijing-style restaurants on side streets selling local food at very good prices, some with English menus too.. but if you are looking for a few alcoholic beverages we found places to be in short supply from here! we found a nearby hostel and just had a few beers in their bar/eating area whenever we fancied some.
All in all, for the cheap price we paid we got a lot more than we could have expected here. It gave us a good base from which to explore Beijing.