No.1 Building, 106th, East Majiapu, Fengtai, China
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About Laurel Hotel Beijing
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Situated in Fengtai district, Laurel Hotel Beijing is merely 550 metres from Jiaomen East subway station and around 40 minutes' drive
Situated in Fengtai district, Laurel Hotel Beijing is merely 550 metres from Jiaomen East subway station and around 40 minutes' drive from Beijing Capital International Airport. The famous Taoranting Park and Temple of Heaven are reachable in 15 minutes' drive from the property.
Contemporary and spacious, the hotel's modern rooms feature signature bedding, designer curtains and carpet flooring. Air-conditioned rooms are provided with amenities like air conditioning, flat-screen TV, direct dial telephone and internet access. En suite bathrooms have shower, bathrobes, hairdryer and necessary toiletries.
To cater to the needs of corporate travellers, the hotel features a well-equipped business centre and expansive meeting rooms. During the spare time, guests can play an engaging game of chess with friends at the on-site chess room. Moreover, services like tour assistance, laundry and dry cleaning, safety deposit box, fax and photocopying, parking and internet access in some public areas are available here.
The on-site restaurant offers delicious seafood and an extensive variety of Sichuan dishes. Guests can relax with a glass of fine wine or cocktail at the in-house lobby bar. Tempting Indian delicacies are served at Ganges Indian Restaurant, nearly 20 minutes' drive from here.
Enjoy spellbinding opera performances at the famous National Centre for the Performing Arts, around 15 minutes' drive away.
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 5 reviews
VERY GOOD 21 reviews
AVERAGE 10 reviews
POOR 3 reviews
TERRIBLE 3 reviews
06 Aug 2015
This is our first trip to China so I was concerned about the hotel our son had chosen, but it was perfect. The outside boast two elephants and is very attractive. There is a ramp to the right for rolling up your luggage. is poor lighting, but I did see a valuable vase on display and enjoyed the fish tank while our son checked us in! The Reception Area is dark with a bar to get a refreshing drink upon arrival. Be prepared with a $33 local currency deposit in cash. There is an ATM available in the lobby. The service is slow because in China life is more relaxed and a slower pace. The Hostesses at the front desk were able to understand limited English.
Anxiously walking down the hallway, I realized I had nothing to dread. There was a fresh clean smell. Inside the room we found two double beds. Beautiful wood closets and sink area. The shower empties well and really it is a very nice bathroom. The beds are quite comfortable. The carpet is soft and very clean.
Romantic Hotel? Well if you call a glass shower that you can see from the bedroom romantic - I quickly closed the curtains since our son was with us.
The internet service in the room is very good.
Also in the Bath are combs and any thing you might have forgotten including a hair dryer. There is a nice bath rug and the towels are think, big and rich for a king. Defiantly would use this again.
11 Nov 2013
Poor customer care
Group of us were in this hotel from 15th September to 21st September 2013. Almost unable to flush the toilet, shower cubicle was draining very slowly and the bad smell was unbearable. Repeated complaints to the front desk fell in to deaf ears. The hotel was ok otherwise. Food was delicious and the staff was kind. Close to Tianaman square.
Friends getaway Traveller
03 Nov 2013
Terrible - Dont Stay
This hotel has no Manger In-charge. Reception girls handle the show. They don't know English and they dont know to handle the customers.No Wifi business people has to run in search of Internet. They say it's a 4*, but to our knowledge we will never give them a single star. No service at all. No Bell Boys to carry the luggage, we have to carry them to the rooms.No rooms service, No intercom numbers given in the rooms,AC not working, Bathrooms and the rooms are smelling like urine. UN-bearable smell. Business center is never opened. They say the boss is out side all the time, funny hotel they dont want to serve the customers. Food and the restaurant is very very bad. Foreigners have to clean the restaurant tables for them to have the breakfast.!!! In the nights drunken people try to open the rooms and they knock on the doors. No one to complaint as Hotel do not have a Manager...! please dont stay here...
Friends getaway Traveller
22 Oct 2013
The rooms have a bad toilet smell. The A/C does not work. The water from the shower area does not go down but collects like a pool. The toilets does not flush well. The breakfast - you could not eat. The restaurant tables were so dirty. No wifi.Business Center was never open. Drunk people try to open the room doors at night.You've got to pay for the water bottle in the room too. V went as a group and these were the common complaints of all.Communicating with the hotel staff was another task, If you want to enjoy Beijing please don't stay here.
11 May 2013
Terrible Location, Inedible Br....
This hotel is being branded as a 4-star business hotel in Beijing but our stay here was terrible. If you're planning to go around Beijing on your own and prefer to be located close to the popular tourist spots or bus/subway stations, don't stay here.
With Laurel Hotel being so far away from the city center, there are absolutely no tourist spots nearby and it's inaccessible by public transport. The subway stop that was closest to the hotel (2 blocks away) was still being constructed during our May 2013 visit.
Taking a cab from the city center normally costs around 30-40RMB by meter but most cab drivers refuse to use the taxi meter because of the hotel's distance. From experience, they charge anywhere between 60-100RMB to drive between the city center and the hotel.
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