No.5, West Wangfujing Avenue, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
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About Nanjing Great Hotel Beijing
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Nanjing Great Hotel Beijing puts you in the centre of Beijing, ideal for visiting Zhushi Kitchen. Dong Hua Men Night Market or Dazhalan
Nanjing Great Hotel Beijing puts you in the centre of Beijing, ideal for visiting Zhushi Kitchen. Dong Hua Men Night Market or Dazhalan give you the chance to do some shopping in the vicinity of the hotel.
Each room includes Air conditioning adding to the features that make for a comfortable stay. Entertainment options include Cable/satellite television and IDD telephone, adding to the appeal of the room.
Parking is available at this hotel for guests arriving in cars. The Tian'anmen East Station MRT station is conveniently close to Nanjing Great Hotel Beijing just 0.6 kilometres away. Nanjing Great Hotel Beijing has easy access to and from Capital International Airport , 24.3 km away.
The hotel has internet for guests to use at their leisure. Rooms have internet connectivity for added convenience during your stay.
71 guests say Nanjing Great Hotel Beijing ranks well in Beijing giving it a 4 out of 5.
Facilities offered in Nanjing Great 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 17 reviews
VERY GOOD 48 reviews
AVERAGE 10 reviews
POOR 2 reviews
TERRIBLE 3 reviews
19 May 2018
Friendly welcome, excellent bu....
My impression of this hotel is good - I have seen some negative reviews but my experience was positive and I rather like the feel of it. For central Beijing at this price it’s great value.
I found the staff to be very welcoming and helpful. My Chinese is non-existent and they patiently & kindly gave me various advice and directions in faltering English during my stay. Couldn’t ask for more.
The ¥98 evening buffet is very, very popular (always a good sign) and I was pleasantly surprised. Much of it is cooked as you wait, the rest pours out regularly from the kitchen. From the taste, presentation and texture it’s all fresh and generally good quality ingredients. And the ‘endless’ portions are certainly seized upon by most diners, much as I quickly latched onto the similarly ‘endless’ self-serve beer.
It is a tad scruffy in the bedroom corridors (nowhere else that I noticed) but the room is well maintained, clean and the staff very pleasant and helpful. Nestled almost next door to Tiananmen Square you are certainly very central.
On a final note, hotel reception were more than happy to let me check in at 10.30 am and cleaned the room just as I arrived - most unusual for any hotel and feels very accommodating.
All in all a nice place to stay. Plan to return next time I am here...
Solo travel Traveller
19 Feb 2016
Good Location - Good Price
This was my forth time to stay at the Nanjing Great Hotel. It is just one block off Wangfujing Street so it's quite close to many of the things and places you will want to visit in Beijing. Since there is so much to do in and around the city, I chose one of the much cheaper rooms which have no windows. The room was small but more than adequate for sleeping. They have a (included) breakfast buffet which is better than many hotels I've found in China. The reception and housekeeping staff are all very friendly and helpful.
31 Jul 2014
Decent accommodation for a goo....
I stayed in Nanjing Great Hotel for 4 days and was relatively satisfied. It only cost about $30 a night and the room was clean and well maintained. I will note, however, that it smelled like smoke at first even though I asked for a smoke free room. The location of the hotel was great...only a block away from Wangfujing Street, only about 600 meters from the nearest metro station and maybe 800-1200 meters from the Forbidden City. The staff was also willing to help however they could, although their English was not very strong.
I thought the restaurant was entirely overpriced - the dinner buffet cost about $25 and I really didn't think the spread was worth it. Also, the hotel tracks when you enter and leave the room (through the key card) so even if you hang "do not disturb" on your door, the cleaning staff will still come into your room and clean it during the day when they know you aren't in the room. This bothered me but maybe others wouldn't care.
All in all, I would probably stay here again if I ever return to Beijing.
Solo travel Traveller
27 Jun 2013
Stay away from this racist hot....
I followed the reviews and decided to stay here for my Beijing getaway. Location: great. Room (windowless): great - no sound from the street. Services: F. I tried to book a hair and massage apt throughout the day over a couple of days and was told no - go home. This was in the morning and early evening (they advertise that they are open until 1am). I tried going in person and saw the entire staff reading magazines. But I was told they could not take me without a reason. Walking away, everyone person (Asian) after me was taken without an appt. How do I know this? Because two of the Asian women first spoke in English and motioned no appt when the appt. book was brought out and were taken anyway. I wanted to give this hotel a good rating but as far as I'm concerned, there are way too many hotels to put up with this bulls-_ _ it. This may be a 4 star hotel but remember that most of the business personnel are Asian. They are extremely biased. I've been here in China for over 3 months and have not experienced this crap any where else. Stay away.
Solo travel Traveller
24 Apr 2012
An acceptable compromise
I had the same experience as another reviewer of this hotel. I was booked (and paid up!) at another hotel, but was taken to a dodgy hotel before being given a room here. It was not the courtyard hutong experience I wanted and the room was tiny with no window, but it was clean and had a great shower.
Breakfast was enjoyable, though I did not touch the birthday cake on offer!
It is located right near the Night Food Market and is a short walk from Tiananmen Sqaure and Forbidden City.