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Warwick International Apartments Beijing
7A Nanshuiguan, Guangqumen, Beijing, China
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About Warwick International Apartments Beijing
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Situated in Chongwen district, Warwick International Apartments Beijing is accessible in only a 5-minute drive from Guangqumenne
Situated in Chongwen district, Warwick International Apartments Beijing is accessible in only a 5-minute drive from Guangqumennei metro station. Beijing Capital International Airport can be reached in about 30 minutes' drive from here. Guests can enjoy shopping at The Malls at Oriental Plaza that can be reached in just a 15-minute drive from the hotel.
Floor-to-ceiling windows, wooden flooring and dark tones furniture define the interiors of the hotel's meticulously designed rooms. In-room conveniences include cable TV, air conditioning, tea/coffee maker, microwave and high-speed Wi-Fi access. En suite bathrooms come with bathtub, hairdryer and free toiletries.
For hassle-free travelling to/from the airport, the hotel offers airport transfers for a surcharge. Formal/informal gatherings can be arranged in the hotel's flexible meeting rooms. Other perks on offer include business centre, laundry/dry cleaning, concierge, tour assistance, currency exchange and Wi-Fi access.
Guests can enjoy rich flavours from local and international cuisine at the hotel's multi-cuisine restaurant. A variety of spicy Indian dishes can be relished at Mirch Masala Indian Restaurant, reachable in only a 10-minute drive from the property.
Renowned tourist places like the National Museum of China, The Palace Museum and Sun Dong An Plaza are only 15 minutes' drive from Warwick International Apartments Beijing.
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Warwick International Apartments Beijing Hotel policies
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 10 reviews
VERY GOOD 7 reviews
AVERAGE 3 reviews
POOR 0 reviews
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18 Jun 2012
Good. Better if cleaner.
Stayed here for 10 days. Had to change rooms because my bf and I kept getting bit by mosquitoes. On the first night he was bitten in bed by what may have been a spider. His bite swelled up, doscolored, and it took a week to heal. No changing of sheets helped. Had to change rooms. New room had house flies. We killed three in the first 10 minutes. Least those don't bite.
Drawbacks is mainly the cleanliness. Dust under the bed, they use the same mop from bathroom to bedroom without rinsing. And depending on the cleaners, your blankets and pillows may get tossed onto the (hardwood) floor while they change the sheets.
Aside from that, complimentary breakfast, can get complimentary wifi (ask), location okay (in zone 2)-- good distance from a broad spectrum of things. Main places to visit (Forbidden city, Sanlituan, Qienmen) are within 35RMB one way of this hotel. Don't get fooled.
23 Jun 2011
Great service and staff, nice ....
Wereally enjoyed our stay at Warwick apartments. We had booked the self catering apartments. They were huge and very comfortable. Service was good and staff was very pleasant and helpful. Breakfast was quite decent too. They had continental and oriental breakfast. We didnt try the oriental one but the continental was good and the check would make eggs on order. Free high speed wired and wireless internet too.
Location was very convineint too walking distance from restaurants and shops and also close to Forbidden city.
Would definitely recommend it.
12 Apr 2010
Great place to stay
The Warwick is a great place to stay. The staff are absolutely wonderful, very pleasant, courteous and helpful. It seems that nothing is too much trouble and they do their best to ensure your stay is a good one.
We had a standard studio which was a massive room with a huge, comfortable bed. There was also a sofa, desk and chair, TV and wired internet connection. There is no safe in the room but valuables can be left in the safe in reception. The bathroom has a western style toilet, washbasin, bath and a large separate shower cubicle. Towels were changed daily and soap and toiletries were replenished when necessary. The room and communal areas were cleaned every day.
There were a couple of minor disappointments. Our view was of the back wall of a building about 5 meters away. Also, the room was described as having a kitchenette but there was no cooker, sink, plates or cutlery etc. These things noted, they didn’t really make a great deal of difference as we were out most of the day and eating out is so cheap we wouldn’t have been doing any cooking ourselves anyway. The room did have a large fridge/freezer, microwave and tea/coffee making facilities.
We had breakfast at the hotel and it was a mix of Chinese and western food. I tried some of the Chinese breakfast one morning and it was ok. We mainly had cereal, yoghurt, fruit and toast which was enough to start the day. There was also an “American breakfast” with a fried egg, ham or sausage and fried potatoes. The coffee was good and there was also fruit juice. At 30 Yuan per person per day I thought it was worth having.
Warwick is in a good location, most of the tourist sites and shopping areas are a short taxi ride away. Taxis are really cheap (the most we paid to cross town was less than 30 Yuan) and there are always loads of them about. Even with a map and directions some taxi drivers still said they couldn’t take us to the hotel, sometimes we had to try a few until we found one who knew where they were going. If you are going out by taxi reception will have one flagged down for you and will tell the driver where you are going.
We explored around the hotel on foot and found a couple of nice restaurants and a large supermarket a few minutes walk away. One restaurant we particularly liked was the Shandong, just round the corner from the hotel. We had lovely roast lamb there and the staff were fantastic. There are lots of great places to eat and shop and see in Beijing.
We really enjoyed our stay at the Warwick and Beijing was awesome.
I have the hotel name and a map in Chinese. If you would like a copy let me know.
19 Feb 2010
Lovely hotel, huge rooms!
This is a great hotel, the staff are really helpful, which is particularly important in beijing if you dont speak mandarin, as it can be quite difficult to get around. it is a very spacious hotel and our room was huge and very comfortable.
they organised our cheap to the great wall, which had an english speaking guide and was very good value,
make sure you know exactly where you are going when you first arrived though as we found that many taxis drivers had not heard of the hotel and had difficulty finding it
28 Aug 2008
spacious, comfortable and a re....
My wife and I stayed at the Warwick for 10 days during the Olympic games and cannot praise this accommodation enough. The rooms are new, clean, comfortable and well maintained. They are also very, very big! The staff are friendly courteous and extremely helpful. Their English is not great, but they try hard and communication happens in the end. The proprietor Mr. Liu speaks flawless English and is extremely helpful. He went out of his way to make our stay pleasant.
I do have some minor criticism: the breakfasts became a bit monotonous after a few days (but this always happens to me), and the towels were very thin. This might sound like a strange complaint, but when you are taking a shower three times a day because of the heat and you are used to big, fluffy absorbent towels, these thin communist era towels just didn't cut it. To be fair, I did not complain to the hotel about the towels, if I did, I suspect they might have done something about it.
The apartment is well located, about 10 minutes by taxi from the Temple of Heaven, Tianamen square and some great shopping and restaurants in the Chaoyang area. It's also only abut 5 minutes to the silk market by taxi. There is not really much within walking distance of the apartment, but then Beijing is not really a city you want to walk in and the Taxi's are dirt cheap, usually USD2-3 for almost any destination.