No.16 Jianwai Main Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
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About Piao Home Inn Beijing Jianguomen
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Located in Chaoyang district, Piao Home Inn Beijing Jianguomen is merely a 3-minute drive from Jianguomen subway station and aro
Located in Chaoyang district, Piao Home Inn Beijing Jianguomen is merely a 3-minute drive from Jianguomen subway station and around 30 minutes' drive from Beijing Capital International Airport. Famed attractions like the National Museum of China and The Palace Museum are around 10 minutes' drive from the property.
Featuring parquet flooring, sleek furniture and bedside lamps, the 71 contemporary rooms of the hotel are appointed with amenities like air conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, work desk and free Wi-Fi access. Private bathrooms have contemporary fittings and necessary toiletries.
Stay connected with friends and family through complimentary Wi-Fi access available in some public areas. General queries can be discussed with a team of dedicated staff present at the hotel's 24-hour front desk. In addition, conveniences like luggage storage, tour assistance and room service are provided by the hotel.
Located in the vicinity of the hotel are a number of restaurants and bars, where guests can relish a wide range of tempting delicacies. Traditional dishes can be savoured at Mirch Masala Indian Restaurant, barely a 5-minute drive away.
Stock up on designer stuffs or souvenirs at the popular The Place shopping mall, nearly a 7-minute drive from the property.
Facilities offered in Piao Home Inn Beijing Jianguomen :
es autóctono de chinos- puede que cueste trabajo encontrar incluso a los propios taxistas. No hablan inglés. Te piden una cantiad de fianza pero en realidad no se explica el motivo pues no hay minibar ni servicios extras que necesites compensar. Al menos te lo devuelven sin excusas.
Solo travel Traveller
30 Sep 2014
not for foreigners
it is indeed a bargain, but it is located in a definitely non-touristy area, and lost in a small street, a short walk from the metro but longer than needed after an exhausting day in Beijing. The clerk didn't speak english but I managed to show him my voucher, the hotel itself is worn out and stained but the room was surprisingly clean. Honestly, after travelling for some time, I choose to avoid these hotel and I booked in the Novotel the day after. Remember, Beijing is a big city and this hotel is not worth the trouble.
If you speak Chinese this is a basic but comfortable hotel in an excellent location. The staff are friendly but speak no English so please avoid this hotel if you don't speak Chinese. It's also a bit difficult to find so directing a taxi driver there would require speaking fluent Chinese. The carpets in the communal areas are worn out and the hotel guests are expected to dry their hair on the staircase (using hairdryer attached to the wall) but the rooms are airy and quite spacious and if you don't mind sleeping on a hard mattress worth the money.