Property Location Located in Beijing (Downtown Beijing), Beijing Tiantan Xingcheng Hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Temple of
Property Location Located in Beijing (Downtown Beijing), Beijing Tiantan Xingcheng Hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Temple of Heaven and Hongqiao Market. This hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Tiananmen Square and 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from Forbidden City.
Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and an arcade/game room.
Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
Facilities offered in Beijing Tiantan Xingcheng Hotel :
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 3 reviews
VERY GOOD 19 reviews
AVERAGE 18 reviews
POOR 3 reviews
TERRIBLE 3 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
22 Feb 2017
Clean place to stay in heart o....
Starway Hotel accepts VISA card although many Chinese hotels require payment in cash, even some large chains. Certain members of the staff speak English although I tried to use Chinese which is their language. All of the staff were friendly. The hotel is across the street from Tian Tan Park (Temple of Heaven). The hotel is about 1 km from Old Beijing and about 2 km from Tiananmen Square. The heater is on even when one is out of the room. In most of China's hotels one needs the key card to power electricity. Thus when leaving the room, everything is OFF. The room was clean, of adequate size and a good price. There were lots of TV channels. Several little stores are nearby. I stayed here 7 nights since the hotel was in the center of the city. There are two computers in the hotel lobby (one Apple, one PC) which can be used for no additional charge. The wi-fi worked most of the time. My experience in China the best wi-fi was where the rooms were not as nice. The hotel is about 1 km from the closest metro station. There is a new line being built on the west side of Tian Tan Park so a new station may be closer. The water pressure in the shower is low. Although I had a third floor room I couldn't see much into Tian Tan Park due to the heavy smog. Wear a mask when the smog is extremely bad.
The bed is hard, but this is consistent with most of China. After two weeks one gets used to it. Like much of China it is relatively safe to walk late at night. Write the hotel name in Chinese or have it available. This is important when getting directions. Generally, the people will help you if they can.
Friends getaway Traveller
31 May 2014
Could try a bit harder
Checked in here after long tiring flight from London, No complaints about the room, but they will have to try a bit harder to achieve success with the International traveller.We wanted to eat, in deed needed to eat at the Hotel after our long flight, but while we would have liked to eat from the Chinese menu, there was no English translation or version available which resulted in us not having anything to eat that evening. This is not good enough for the non chinese speaker, but their loss I guess.
Other wise our stay was fine, it could have been so much better with a little mor thought and effort.
26 Apr 2014
Unless you are on a very tight....
Check-in: night staff spoke almost no English and so they checked us in using pantomime.
Room: small, with stained carpet, scratched furniture, tiny bathroom, hard bed, no air conditioning, and a window that opens two inches. Dust everywhere. Moldy grout in bathroom. Shower head improperly installed so I had to crouch to get wet, as it hung down like a limp noodle.
Internet: ethernet cable. No wireless except in the lobby.
Breakfast: mediocre choice of Western and Asian foods, in a dingy setting much like the rest of the hotel.
Check-out: I couldn't get out this hotel fast enough.
It was booked for me by a local university but due to
21 Feb 2012
Right in front of Temple of He....
This was my first trip to Beijing and I had to go to Shenzhen after staying for two days in Beijing. A friend recommended this hotel and even took us here. Took a lot of time to check-in as the rooms they were giving were either too small or had open glass bathroom. Booked two rooms for 160RMB each. The staff does not know any English so its better to have someone who knows a bit of Chinese language.
Upon our return from Shenzhen, when we reached Beijing it was too late, so we missed the flight and the next flight was after four days. We once again went to same hotel and this time it did not take too much time to check-in as they recognized us.
If you are Muslim and looking for Halal food, you can find a few restaurants about 2kms (10mins walk) from this Hotel. This hotel is about 4kms away from Subway station but you can catch some bus (No. 6 or No. 34) to go to subway station.
Rooms are too small, especially for twin bedrooms. They charge you for almost everything except third-class green-tea bags. There is water-dispenser in room but water bottle costs 5RMB.
15 Apr 2010
Very convenient and clean
We spent 2 nights at the hotel, and it's been a great base for our trip in Beijing. The hotel is 200 mt from the North Gate of the Temple of Heaven, next to the walls of the park. It may look unappelaling from the outside but it is clean and has a very strategic position, walking distance from Qianmen and TianAnMen Sq. You will find lots of young groups from Europe at the hotel as it seems quite popular, and from the bus stop just in front you can grab over 10 lines taking you everywhere for 1 RMB (to Chongwenmen Nei subway station, Wangfujin, all bus # 106). We got one standard room (RMB 238) at the beginning which looked a bit shabby, so upgraded to a superior (RMB 288), very spacious, clean, and a large bathroom with a wonderful shower box! Despite the fact that our room was facing Tiantan Lu, it wasn't noisy at all. Internet with cable in the room included in the price, quite fast too. Last, service: staff it's been very helpful every time we needed, speaks also good English, at the desk you can buy also train tickets with a fair 30 RMB surcharge. Only one thing, the area is a bit isolated esp. at night, to see some restaurants you need to walk a bit west, or take a bus for a couple of stops.