Located in Xuanwu district, Ming Ri Wuzhou Hotel Beijing is just a 7-minute drive from Liuliqiao subway station. Travellers can take
Located in Xuanwu district, Ming Ri Wuzhou Hotel Beijing is just a 7-minute drive from Liuliqiao subway station. Travellers can take a drive of about 40 minutes from Beijing Capital International Airport to access the property. Popular attractions, such as the Temple of Heaven, Yongdingmen and Beijing Museum of Natural History are reachable within 15 minutes' drive from here.
The property maintains 237 rooms that feature high-end carpets, warm tones, blackout curtains and comfortable bedding. Common amenities in room include air conditioning, flat-screen TV, tea and coffee maker, telephone, work desk, personal safe, mahjong table (select rooms) and internet access. En suite bathrooms are provided with shower, hairdryer and premium toiletries.
To cater to the needs of corporate guests, the hotel features a self-service business centre and offers modern meeting facilities. Moreover, conveniences like laundry service, and complimentary car parking and Wi-Fi access are at the disposal of guests.
A healthy buffet breakfast, inclusive of lip-smacking Chinese delicacies, is served here every morning. Open for all-day dining, the on-site restaurant serves delectable regional delights. Tantalise the taste buds with authentic Indian delights at Spice Circle Indian Restaurant, reachable in 15 minutes by car.
Housing beautiful collections of Chinese statues, porcelain and paintings, the Capital Museum is only a 10-minute drive from the property.
Facilities offered in Ming Ri Wuzhou Hotel Beijing :
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 11 reviews
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Friends getaway Traveller
12 Jan 2018
Centre of tea district
We traveled as part of a group and the hotel was pre booked. Located in the centre of the tea district and opposite a shopping mall with McDonald’s, papa johns, Italian and Chinese restaurants among others. The rooms are clean, bottled water and the rather hard beds are turned down each day. The breakfast caters to an Asian palette with a picture attached. 30 people from Ireland in our group and many didn’t venture in. The dinner however was fantastic, picture also attached. Especially the ribs dish.
Friends getaway Traveller
16 Nov 2012
If you want a local hotel for ....
I recently stayed here as part of a group for a couple of nights. Based on the trip we were undertaking which was a charity fund raiser it was ok but I would have been disapointed to have checked in on a holiday stay of significant length. Not one word of English was spoken which is ok but you can get really stuck, especially as its based right in the middle of the tea district which is non touristy and aprox 30 mins ride to the main parts of Beijing tourist central. The rooms were very clean and the shower was great however the beds are EXTREMELY hard in China and these were no exception. The food was very interesting, rice and noodles for breakfast dinner and tea which is great if you like chinese food, but dont expect bread, eggs, bacon or cereal as we know it here in the uk. No money could be changed here so be sure to have at least some US dollars or Yuan already changed up before you book in. If you want to see local life at its best then this hotel is great for that. A local market which runs to aprox 10pm is just over the road where literally ;anything goes'....live crabs in baskets, chickens, ducks, pigeons...every fruit you can imagine, clothing, shoes and some exotic take away foods on sticks!!!!! Absolutel nrilliant!! But be prepared to be constantly stared at and tried to be ripped off, they dont see many westeners at all in this part of Beijing and so you yourself will become the tourist attraction. The roads are hideous to cross so do take care. One last thing......just up from the hotel aprox 200 yards on the left is a massive club called F6 KTV and club live, which is a karaoke bar with individual rooms available to hire on an hourly basis.....very popular in China and indeed the best entertainment ever it was great fun!!!!
12 Nov 2012
A hotel and location you might....
In looking at all the hotels Beijing has to offer, as a western traveler, this is a place you would probably overlook. This is not your typical hotel for American travelers; it caters primarily to Chinese.This is a good place to stay if you want a very Chinese experience. The rooms are clean and spacious with the usual amenities, including a good Chinese breakfast - you will not find western breakfast here. The hotel is also quite far from the usual tourist attractions and is not close to a subway station, the closest is at Military Museum - although taxis are very inexpensive in Beijing. The staff had very limited English (and my Mandarin was not much better!). It is convenient in that there are a few banks nearby (hotel does not change money) and there is a Carrefours and KFC across the street. Like much of Beijing, there is quite a bit of construction going on, so there is likely to be new services available soon.
It doesn't sound so interesting does it? Well, this hotel is right in the middle of the Maliandao Tea District and is surrounded by tea shops and a fascinating hutong. By 5 am, the neighborhood is humming with tea merchants, the whole area smells of different types of tea, there are beautiful tea sets to be bought, little children sitting on big burlap bags of tea studying and playing, women hand sorting and grading tea. There are lovely little shops which have tea ceremonies and unique small restaurants with regional cuisines. Although off the beaten path, this is a fascinating area. If you can, take the Maliandao Tea Tour to see and understand it all.
As for the hotel itself, the thing that makes this hotel so lovely is the staff. Despite a serious language barrier, they went out of their way to assist us. The porter was particularly helpful and everyone refused to accept a tip for work that was above and beyond. We had to settle for offering our sincere thanks.
12 Oct 2012
When in China
Myself and 11 others arrived at the Mingri Wuzhou hotel from England on a trip to the Great Wall, armed only with 1 word of Chinese, we suffered badly, the staff were well turned out and were keen to help but couldn't understand a word of English. The hotel caters mainly for Chinese so the food and customs are specific and no western food available. The rooms were spacious and toilets satisfactory but the location is not practical for tourists looking for gifts unless that gift happens to be tea, I think this hotel is ideal for work conferences etc but very little to do on a night time except visit a Karioke venue about 800 mts from the hotel.
The general area is a mix of the haves and have nots and care should be taken when walking alone at night.
Friends getaway Traveller
06 Oct 2012
Friendly staff but in the middle of the Tea District and nowhere near anywhere you want to visit. Basic and reasonably clean but our wash hand basin was cracked and the beds are like stone. Decent shower though. Could not change money here. Glad to be there as part of a group and only staying for a couple of days or would have felt very isolated. Tried breakfast one day - when couldn't discern difference between coffee and hot orange juice, I knew it wasn't worth going down again!