Ranked #200 Hotel in Beijing
Rated by 124 Hotel Guests
Top 3 Nationalities of Hotel Guests
- "Good location but very basic."Nov 16, 2015
- "Stayed with large group"Mar 6, 2015
- "Very pleasant hotel"Nov 20, 2014
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|Room type||# of guests in room|
|Standard Twin Room||
2 Twin Beds
Sleeps 3 guests (up to 2 children)
1 Double Bed
Sleeps 3 guests (up to 2 children)
2 Twin Beds
Sleeps 3 guests (up to 2 children)
3 Twin Beds
Sleeps 3 guests (up to 2 children)
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How to get to the hotel?
Get to Chinese Culture Holiday Hotel Beijing by taxi
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 Chinese Culture Holiday Hotel Beijing by subway
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:Zhangzizhong Road
The distance between Zhangzizhong Road station to Chinese Culture Holiday Hotel Beijing is 1.17 km (0.73 miles)
Get to Chinese Culture Holiday Hotel Beijing by hotel shuttle bus
The door-to-door pick up service offered by Chinese Culture Holiday 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 Chinese Culture Holiday Hotel Beijing is ￥220.00 ($34.42) per vehicle (one way)
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 Chinese Culture Holiday 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 Chinese Culture Holiday Hotel Beijing
- No.1 Dafosi East Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
- Zhangzizhong Road
- Hutong Calligraphy Class
- Jingshan Park
- Meridian Gate (Wu Men)
- Forbidden City
- Dong Hua Men Night Market
- Wangfujing Mall(Wangfujing Street)
What's In the Hotel
- Free Wired High-speed Internet
- Lobby Newspaper
- Safe-deposit Box show more
- Designated Smoking Areas
- Dry Cleaning & Laundry Service
- Multilingual Staff show more
- Luggage Storage
- Frontdesk Service (24 Hours)
- Tours/Ticket Assistance
- Express Check-in
- Express Check-out
- Breakfast (Surcharge)
Good to Know
Check in from 12:30 PM
Check out until 12:00 PM
Children are welcome
Cribs (infant beds) are available
- ￥10.00 ($1.56) per person (approximately)
- ￥220.00 ($34.42) per vehicle (one way)
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Good location but very basic.
MsAdelaideAdelaide, Australia | Nov 16, 2015 | Trip type: Family
Hidden down an alleyway opposite Wedome Bakery. Good location - only 4 stops on the No 2 bus to Tiananmen Square. You can catch the subway from there to get anywhere in Beijing. If you visit TS the Forbidden City then Jingshan Park, you will be within walking distance to get back to the hotel, through the hutongs. Beijing Breakfast cart sits outside Wedome and both breakfast options are great. No one in the area speaks English but everyone was helpful and we managed to communicate. Some nice reaturants down the alley next to Wedome. The hotel mostly caters for chinese tourists so there is very little English. You have to ask everyday for hot water to be turned on. For what it costs this is a great option but don't expect any luxury. Stay there if all you expect is a clean place to sleep.
Stayed with large group
DarkyTyrellSydney, Australia | Mar 6, 2015 | Trip type: Friends getaway
Stayed here with a large group. Good rooms, friendly staff, they speak a bit of English. Handy location. You can walk to most things in the old city. Beds are a bit hard but the faux Chinese furnishings are kinda nice.
Very pleasant hotel
daddyfatstacksNov 20, 2014
I stayed at the Tangfu for a night yesterday. The room cost about $ 45. The hotel is a bit hard to find but located conveniently near the subway line so ease of access to the airport and the rerest of the city. Room was clean. Staff are helpful, speak good English and you don't get charged the app along prices you normally get at hotels for snacks and drinks. An overall great little hotel. I would definitely stay there again
Chen COct 10, 2015 | Trip type: Family
Choosing this accommodation almost ruin our holiday. Upon checking in, the manager told us that we can choose to change to a twin beds room which is closer to the family room. We have already paid for 2 family rooms and it made no sense to downgrade without any compensation. Hence, we declined the offer and were promised 2 family rooms at 2pm. However, when we asked at 2pm, we were told that the hotel guest at the one of the family room has decided to extend and so we have to accept the twin beds room. She refused to give compensation. It was really incredible. Really felt scammed. Strongly warn others against going to this hotel.
Dishonest manager, slipshod housekeeping
YRChenSingapore, Singapore | Sep 22, 2015 | Trip type: Family
- Plenty of shops surrounding the hotel including hair salon, convenience store, eateries, tobacco & tea shop
- Convenience store at entrance of alley operates 24/7
- Located in the middle of 3 subway stations
- Area was safe, did not feel threatened walking around the hotel late at night
- Sink, hairdryer, toilet bowl and shower spray all worked perfectly
- Wifi generally working well
- Located inside an alley (Hutong) and hard to find if you do not know the Chinese name of the hotel, Tang Fu
- 15 to 20 mins walk to the subway stations
- No wardrobes in any of the rooms
- Family room not a single hook or hanger, twin room 3 hangers with 3 crowded hooks on the wall
- Housekeeping will not clear hair from shower area which will plug the drain
- Rooms with windows on first floor noisy, with constant spitting sounds from staff working behind to wake you up early in the morning
This is the first time that I am writing a bad review, because I feel the need to warn other travelers about their scams and prevent such a bad experience from happening again. It tremendously dampened our mood right from the start of the trip.
We booked two family rooms for 7 nights. Reached early around 10+ am and the manager Liu Xin let us check in to one of the family rooms first. Upon hearing that there were only 5 of us instead of 6, the manager muttered that this was a bad arrangement and declined to elaborate when I questioned her about her comment. She then requested that we downgrade to a twin room since there were only 2 of
us staying in the second room. We viewed the twin rooms but decided to stick to the family room as there were no wardrobes in the rooms and we wanted the extra space.
The manager delayed the second family room till the official check-in timing of 2pm. She tried to pass off a twin room as a family room by adding an extra mattress on the floor beside the door, assuming that we would be fooled, but she forgot that she had previously told us the specific room was a twin room. We rejected the room and asked for a real family room. The manager then spun a story about how the
‘medical tourist who was occupying our family room decided to extend his/her stay’.
We requested for compensation for the downgrading of our room, but the manager instead tried to compare our Agoda booking rates to their walk-in rates and said we already paid less than what we were supposed to. In the end we could not agree to a price although I had given her an amount equivalent to the percentage reduction in family to twin room price.
The manager then said they do not have a policy of returning cash but she would consult the owner of the place. We reluctantly agreed to stay in the twin room since we had an itinerary to stick to. She disappeared for the next 2 days, and when we saw her again on the 4th night she tried to push the issue to the morning shift manager, but we reminded her that she was the one responsible. Do note that Liu
Xin was previously the morning shift manager on the Saturday we checked in. The following day we questioned her again, and this time she said that the hotel would not refund cash, but would give us a ‘buy 3 get 2 free’ discount on their overpriced tour package to the Great Wall of China, which we had already toured the day before.
We had booked our Great Wall tour externally, and arrangements were made to pick us up at 7.30am. At the reception just before 7.30, we asked the staff if any driver had made enquiries about picking us up but he said no. The receptionist then called the driver with the number we gave him and the receptionist asked the driver if he were the one who came by earlier. Just a minute ago, the receptionist claimed that
there were no drivers who came by.
Housekeeping was minimal, trash cleared and bed done but the bathroom was generally left untouched except to replace towels/shower caps/soaps. The sink and shower area were not cleaned, and we had to clear the hair from the drain ourselves whenever it started plugging. On our second last day, we came back to the room at night to find our room completely untouched, and we had to go to the reception
ourselves to request for new towels and other shower items.
Additional Information about Chinese Culture Holiday Hotel Beijing
The Tangfu Hotel (Beijing Wangfujing) is located within easy reach of the Metro Line 5 Zhangzizhong Road station and the Metro Line 6 Dongsi station.
From this Beijing hotel, guests can conveniently go to Tian'anmen Square, the Forbidden City and the bustling wangfujing commercial area.
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