The Hua Thai Hotel Beijing is well served by the Guo Mao Metro Station and is near the International Exhibition Centre and Beiji
The Hua Thai Hotel Beijing is well served by the Guo Mao Metro Station and is near the International Exhibition Centre and Beijing Antique City. Downtown and its monolithic monuments and temples are six kilometres away. But with the range of Guangdong, Sichuan, and Shandong cuisine served on the premises, you may find yourself and your taste buds not wanting to stray too far away.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
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Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
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User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 5 reviews
VERY GOOD 23 reviews
AVERAGE 12 reviews
POOR 5 reviews
TERRIBLE 2 reviews
01 Jun 2016
Tips and Review
I spent just one quick night there.
I had mostly eggs fro breakfast. Most of the food is Chinese.
Rooms were clean and neat.
Wifi was good.
Nothing opens after 10 p.m. in the area except KFC and McDonalds.
Allow a lot of time to reach the hotel since you will always stuck in heavy traffic once you are around it.
As soon as I walked in my room I went back to the front desk and asked for another room. All you smelled was mildew and the caulking in the bathroom was completely BLACK. The rooms had probably not been vacuumed since the place was built. Don't even waste your time here.
15 Oct 2010
stay here only if the last par....
my 8th trip to China, this is the worst hotel experience I have had in China or anywhere else.I am not ultra picky but this hotel is the most depressing dingy empy hotel I have ever seen. the room was dingy, the carpet was filthy, dusty corners dirty windows, I couldnt bring myself to look under the bed, fridge not working, pubic hair in the 'clean sheets'.front door was broken.i got bitten EVERY night by mosquitos even though i would search before I went to bed. Staff were unfreindly and unhelpfull, I tried hard to be freindly to no avail. also I booked it on line and its billed as a 4 star on cheapo air, and a three star on 2 other sites but when I arrived there was only 2 stars on the door? maybe the other two fell off since nothing seems to ever have been done to maintain this dirty old dump!
Solo travel Traveller
07 Oct 2010
Big rooms not far from Panjiay....
I stayed here for one night to be close to Panjiayuan, which was about an 8-minute walk away. The hotel is in a tricky location. It is only 5 minutes south of the Jinsong subway station, but easy to miss. There's an arched entrance on the main street (third ring) but the hotel isn't visible until you walk a minute in. Lobby was small and dark, as were the hallways. I was upgraded to a room that was huge, apartment-style, complete with living room, full kitchen and a bedroom with three beds--one queen, one twin, and a smaller one. There were televisions in both the living room and bedroom, but no foreign channels. Rooms weren't exactly dirty but it did have a very old feel to it. Carpeting was stained. There was a big, long open balcony but view of a dirt field. It was hot during my stay but the air conditioning to my pleasant surprise was strong. I wouldn't stay here again--too dark, dirty and creepy for me--but it was definitely a good value and for budget-conscious groups it does have some merits.