No 75 chaoyangMenNei Avenue, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
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About Binhai Sunny Business Hotel
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Located in Dongcheng district of Beijing, Jialong Sunny Hotel Beijing is just 10 minutes' walk from Dongsi metro station. Travellers
Located in Dongcheng district of Beijing, Jialong Sunny Hotel Beijing is just 10 minutes' walk from Dongsi metro station. Travellers can take about half an hour's drive to access the property from Beijing Capital International Airport. Tourist hotspots, such as the Yonghe Temple and Beihai Park are accessible within 10 minutes' drive from here.
Featuring wall-to-wall carpeting, exquisite lampshades and comfortable bedding, the hotel's 380 well-furnished rooms make for a pleasant stay. Air-conditioned guest rooms are appointed with satellite TV, telephone, mini bar, work desk, personal safe and free internet access. Private bathrooms come with hairdryer and essential toiletries.
The hotel's maintains a well-equipped business and offers modern meeting facilities for the convenience of corporate guests. Other facilities offered here include 24-hour reception and complimentary internet access.
For a hearty meal, step into the hotel's restaurant that offers an array of mouth-watering regional delights. In the afternoon, catch up with friends over a cup of coffee at the on-site cafeteria. Moreover, the in-house bar offers a fine selection of local and international spirits. Raj Indian Restaurant & Bar is about 10 minutes' drive away.
Go on a shopping spree at the vibrant Wangfujing Street, only 7 minutes' drive from Jialong Sunny Hotel Beijing.
Facilities offered in Binhai Sunny Business 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 8 reviews
VERY GOOD 51 reviews
AVERAGE 21 reviews
POOR 6 reviews
TERRIBLE 4 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
15 Oct 2014
Placed in deserted area of hot....
After calling the hotel to confirm a late arrival and to hear that staff will be available after normal check-in hours, I thought this would be a great stay. Upon arrival, I was placed into a room more than 300 meters from the lobby in a rather deserted area of the hotel complex. Although I requested a queen sized bed on my reservation and was told there was free WiFi available, neither was as such. There is no WiFi available anywhere in the building I was led to. The first room I was shown had two twin beds, in which I explained to the manager (Allen-who tried his best to accommodate), and was led 10 minutes later to another room down the hall. This was apparently enough time to push two twin beds together and put a queen sized comforter over them, which I realized after going to sleep. VERY SNEAKY! I paid for 4 nights upon check-in, but I told the manager that I will cancel my booking online (had to use hotel computer due to lack of WiFi). In addition, I had to pay a higher price for the room that night than what was advertised on Booking.com.
15 Jan 2014
reasonable price and very conv....
Very reasonable price booked on line for a convenient location just opposite Chao Yang subway station across the street.
Room condition is not very good bur fair enough for such a low price.
Service standard should be improved especially the attitudes of the receptionists, they are not patient, not friendly and not in a manner to tackle with problem for customers.
14 Jan 2014
Room OK, but housekeeper lied
We stayed for two nights. The room is OK, a little over-heated, but fair. The building, C-section doesn't have a lift and the carpet in the corridor is quite dirty, not a big deal. Main problem is them charge for bottle water left on the table, there is no price tag, no menu, no guest guide. What is worse is they charge for a bottle of water that doesn't exist. They said we had two, but there is only one bottle. The reception was quite rude and asked us to speak to house keeper when we are in a hurry to leave.
It's little money, but enough to bug you. I don't think I will get back there.
Friends getaway Traveller
04 Oct 2013
Clean and Modest
I had a wonderful experience staying at this hotel. I booked this room on Agoda at an extremely low rate and was expecting typical China-style accommodations. I was more than pleasantly surprised with this place! The hotel can be a bit confusing because it is actually several different buildings, and at first I was hesitant as my building was in the back, but it was actually quite nice. I can't be certain but it almost appeared as if my room had been recently remodeled. The floors were nice, clean faux-wood linoleum, the bathroom was spotlessly clean, the beds were clean, the maids came everyday and even straightened our shoes on the floor! If you are an expat on a budget and can book this hotel at a deal then this is the place for you! A certain level of cleanliness is hard to come by in China and this room was up to Western standards in my opinion. While the hotel staff does not speak English, they were great to deal with. I killed my room key twice by touching it to my cellphone, and the receptionists and the housekeepers were both more than willing to assist me both times. The hotel is also directly across the street from the subway line which makes it extremely convenient for transiting and reaching all of Beijing, and its also just outside of the main tourist area so you don't have to worry as much about the crowds (Golden Week anyone?) The only complaint was that I could feel every single spring in the mattress (somewhat expected in China). Great hotel if you can get a deal on the price.
12 Aug 2012
We left as soon as we could
This hotel was terrible. We arrived about 10pm by which time it was too late to do anything, but we left the next morning as soon as we could find somewhere else. And the hotel was approx £75, so not a budget option!
The room STANK! It was obvious that people were living semi-permanent in the rooms around us and there was an all-pervading smell of cooking grease. The room was also really dirty, with stains to carpets, sheets and the kitchenette. Finally the bathroom flooded as soon as you used the shower, and thus the bathroom smelt of mould. (Girlfriend's mother spent the night with a surgical mask attached, and still suffered from asthma in the dust!)
This was our first experience of mainland China hotels, but having stayed in China 5 weeks this was honestly the worst hotel we had the misfortune to visit; and that being compared to places as little as £5-10 per night.
We moved to the Holiday Inn - not the most exciting choice, but cheaper, clean, quiet and comfortable.