Property Location With a stay at Jingyi Hotel in Beijing (Haidian), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Zhongguancun Electronics
Property Location With a stay at Jingyi Hotel in Beijing (Haidian), you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Zhongguancun Electronics City and Beijing Aquarium. This 4-star hotel is 6.7 mi (10.9 km) from Forbidden City and 7.9 mi (12.8 km) from Tiananmen Square.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 349 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and minibars. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access is available. Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include phones and safes, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities including an indoor pool and a fitness center. Additional features at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access and a hair salon.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 12 PM.
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 45 reviews
VERY GOOD 76 reviews
AVERAGE 18 reviews
POOR 4 reviews
TERRIBLE 2 reviews
04 Feb 2018
Bad wifi, breakfast good for C....
Room was good and gym & pool really nice. Breakfast was quite poor for Western people. Wifi was really bad. Service was not very good. Quite clean. No shopping centres nwar by but Walmart and some restaurants were near. Not very nice area.
08 Nov 2017
The hotel is excellent
The roomis good enough
We had some trouble because of language issues
The reception was really helpful in Chinese and apps
The breakfast was not good
If you ask for a hamburger
Be careful it could come without bread
30 Oct 2017
Great meeting venue
Not quite a 5 star experience but still very good. Beds are firm, bathrooms nicely decked out & rooms spacious. The restaurants serve up a great variety / but I recommend dining with Chinese friends who know the local dishes - they are cheaper & a lot better. Beautiful tea house inside & plenty of meeting rooms. WiFi mostly reliable. Only complaint - a noise from the plumbing occasionally needs fixing!
05 Sep 2017
Worst hotel in Beijing, possib....
I've stayed at more than 200 hotels, hostels, and other accommodations in China over the last 17 years for travel, business, and family. Therefore, I can say with confidence, this is the worst hotel in Beijing and possibly all of China.
The room was not ready, as promised at 3:30 PM (had to wait two hours and hassle with bag storage formalities - which is complicated and time-consuming in China). My 3 young daughters were wiped out from the long flight, but the nap I promised was just not possible thanks to an oversight that I might have forgiven if the rest of the stay had been somewhat nice.
Immediately after reaching the room, I called the front desk to let them know the air conditioning was not working (90 degrees F in the room). 3 hours later, they sent someone who looked at it but did not fix it.
Next morning, I asked for A/C repair. Hours later, a man with a ladder came in, opened a ceiling panel, fiddled with something, and then, in Chinese, said, "Don't expect much from this A/C."
After sweating to death all night, we head to the breakfast buffet. This is a scam, as however many people your room is designed for, you only get 50% breakfast tickets. So a 2-person room gets 1 free breakfast ticket. The second ticket costs about 60 RMB, which is crazy high in China for a breakfast. It's a trick, as you can't use yesterday's ticket for your room guest, etc.
Expect soggy steamed buns (they don't allow you to get more than 2 of these), tepid milk for your off-brand cereal, heat-lamp french fries, fish sticks, salad, cold fried eggs, and some rather tasty cakes. The cakes were the highlight of an otherwise awkward and unpleasant breakfast. In short, eat elsewhere. Chinese breakfast can be a delicious experience, this hotel is a disgrace to both Chinese and Western breakfast.
While coffee (including the Nestcafe machine), sugary juice-flavored drinks, and tea are included, water (and I presume soda) is charged at a premium. Just go 50 meters down the street to the shop, and buy your water for 2 RMB per bottle, instead of 5 RMB at the buffet. You can bring it in, as rules are different in China.
There is a pool and fitness center in the basement of this hotel, but there is a huge fee to use it (not included with the room).
They restock your Jingyi Hotel branded water bottles in your room each day. The water has a faint essence of gasoline. Again, a little store is a 1-minute walk from the front gate of the lobby to get your own water.
I also needed to borrow some scissors at the front desk. They refused to let me borrow the ones in their drawer, and said they would send someone to my room with some. Hours later, it was 11 PM still no scissors. I called and asked if they could instead schedule the scissors for the next morning. They asked for a time, and I said 8 AM. No scissors at 8, waited until 9, asked again. Nothing for hours. Finally, when we came back from lunch, scissors were on the desk in the room. This is not rocket science!
I asked for a late checkout at 2PM since my departing flight was at 6PM. The keys expired at noon. They reset the key and sent me back to my top floor room a total of 5 times over an hour with key cards that did not unlock the door (standing in line each time at the front desk, only to be issued another non-working key). They refused to send anyone up to the room with me to witness or help with the nonfunctional key card.
The air conditioning was never fixed during the stay (asked repeatedly for repair). The room was never a comfortable temperature. Even the lobby, and especially the air in the open-air hall near the roof of the hotel was scorching.
I demanded a discount for the non-working A/C and the intolerable way the key card problem was handled. I was renting the 2000-RMB-per-night presidential suite for 3 nights. A terrible customer service representative initially refused to do anything. He also refused to let me see the manager. Finally, he pretended to call the manager on the phone (the pauses in Chinese were all wrong for a two-way phone conversation, so I am nearly sure he was faking). He discounted the room by 200 RMB (not per day, but off the total), and handed me two free breakfast buffet tickets that I could not use because I was obviuously leaving. Less than a 4% discount for the worst customer service and conditions that I have ever encountered in China? I've had awesome stays at family-run hotels in China that cost just 100 RMB per night.
The Jingyi hotel is supposed to be a luxary hotel. However, they must have been trained by Soviet-era specialists in the art of customer service and satisfaction.
I stayed here only because the location was near where my in-laws live in Beijing. Otherwise, the location is not great unless you are heading to the universities or Walmart. Though it's inside the city, and Haidian District is not a bad place (upper middle-class area of Beijing).
03 Jun 2017
Not really a 5star but reasona....
Advertised as a 5 star it's not really European 5 star. Firstly there is no bar. It has signposts to a bar but don't be mislead it doesn't exist.
That's said you can get a drink in the atrium which is very pleasant.
Rooms all smelt of smoke despite no smoking policy but that's probably fairly common still. The air purifiers did the trick after a week.
Room was fine, large with decent bathroom and comfy bed.
Quite adequate for a business trip and ok for the cost. It's no plaza though.