No.9 ZhengJue Hutong, XinJieKou Street, Xicheng District
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About Graceland Yard Hotel
check-in 2 PM | check-out 10 AM
Just 300 metres from Xinjiekou metro station, Graceland Yard Hotel occupies a prime location in Xicheng district of Beijing. The
Just 300 metres from Xinjiekou metro station, Graceland Yard Hotel occupies a prime location in Xicheng district of Beijing. The classic Chinese property can be reached in 30 minutes' drive from Beijing Capital International Airport. The vibrant Beihai Park and popular Beijing Aquarium are within a short drive of 10 minutes from the hotel.
Classic antique furnishings, warm-toned interiors and artworks define the interiors of the eight well-appointed rooms and suites of the property. Air conditioning and heating, satellite TV, telephone, personal safe, work desk and free internet access are available in rooms. Bathrooms have hairdryer, shower and bathtub and requisite toiletries. Moreover, suites come with a private balcony.
Make use of tour and ticket assistance, travel services and car and bike rental offered here to conveniently travel in the city. Laundry, 24-hour reception, airport shuttle, business centre and luggage storage are added benefits. In addition, complimentary services like parking and Wi-Fi access are on offer.
Guests can enjoy scrumptious Chinese meals at the restaurant within the premises. Those wishing to savour spicy flavours of Indian delights can drive to Raj Indian Restaurant & Bar, which is only 10 minutes from the hotel.
Famous points of interests, such as the Palace Museum, Tiananmen Square and The Malls at Oriental Plaza are within a 15-minute drive from Graceland Yard Hotel.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 10 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 1 reviews
VERY GOOD 3 reviews
AVERAGE 2 reviews
POOR 1 reviews
TERRIBLE 1 reviews
09 Jan 2018
Worst hotel experience, not at....
When we first saw this hotel online, we thought it looked perfect, very quaint and special. Special it was, but not in a good way...
We arrived late in the evening and it was definitely a language barrier when checking in, we needed to use our cellphone for translation. About half of the amendities does not exist, such as restaurant, breakfast, roomservice and 24-hour reception (when we needed to get a taxi in the morning no one was to be seen, later the receptionist came to help us in her pyjama).
The room was in an awful state, had not been cleaned for ages as you can see in the photos below. The bathroom smelled awful and something had died in the fridge.
If you want value for money and actually get what is stated in the information, pick another hotel!
21 Oct 2017
Hutong was the highlight of ou....
This place isn't perfect (it feels like walking into somebody's garage, when it's really a 500 year old temple) but our room, the Chinese style loft was really nice and I think a great value for the location - down an authentic hutong very charming for walks at night and in the morning. Wifi and everything worked fine. The hot water was a weak stream but we moved hotels later to Dongziheim (more modern area) and we missed the Graceland Yard. We booked a Great Wall tour at the Red Lantern Hostel right down the street which ended up being a great choice (and it's a really cool courtyard). The workers at Graceland don't speak much English but they'll get you in your room and let you pay (we used a credit card - no problems). No other services here: no bar, restaurant or food. But lots of local food around. Lower your expectations just a bit and be glad that you're not in a high rise. The hutongs are awesome.
05 Sep 2017
Courtyard hotel, beautiful, bu....
We stayed here just one evening because we were staying at more traditional high-rise hotel for the week and I wanted to see a courtyard hotel. We stayed in the Chinese Style loft suite. The room was very beautiful with a high lofted roof (the building used to be a temple) and beautiful furnishings. The air conditioning and wifi worked well. The courtyard was also very beautiful which we were able to see better in the morning. The room was clean but under the sink smelled off where the hair dryer was stored so I didn't use. The check-in staff member was also kind but rather unprofessional which was off-putting when arriving to a new place (which isn't cheap) - just sitting in the lobby in comfortable clothes, eating and watching shows rather than behind the desk during the evening. She seemed unfamiliar with locating and reading our visas in our passport but after showing her she was able to check us in. I then came back out to get more towels and she told me my entry visa was expired through her translation service on her phone which it definitely was not (after paying good $ to Travisa, I know everything was in order) and that made me nervous unnecessarily even though I know it was an honest mistake or misread on her part. When we checked out there was no one at the desk but we gave our key to a kind woman in the courtyard who I think worked there! All in all it was a neat experience for a night but had some drawbacks.
Solo travel Traveller
18 May 2016
TAKE CASH IF YOU WANT TO STAY ....
Unfortunately I never got to stay here even though I had booked it already as on arrival I was informed payment was in the form of cash (and sometimes Visa!) only. When pointing out that the booking confirmation and a sign on the counter listed several other (credit) payment options, an ancient, dusty eftpos terminal was reluctantly pulled out of a drawer, numerous phone calls were made, the thing was booted up and I tried 1 x Amex card and 2 x MasterCard, none of which would work. As neither cash nor Visa were convenient for me I had no option but to find another hotel (which upset my plans considerably). Although the girls on the counter were quite sweet, the whole operation seemed rather unprofessional and the front area had an air of neglect about it. I never got the see the rooms so I can't comment on them. So if you don't want to be inconvenienced, like many places in China, cash is king it seems!