No.1 Jia, West Dawang Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
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About Winterless Hotel Beijing
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
A 10-minute walk from Wanda Plaza Shopping Mall, Winterless Hotel Beijing is located on West Dawang Road in Chaoyang district. B
A 10-minute walk from Wanda Plaza Shopping Mall, Winterless Hotel Beijing is located on West Dawang Road in Chaoyang district. Beijing Railway Station is 10 minutes' drive from the hotel while Beijing Capital International Airport is roughly 30 minutes away. The hotel has modern meeting rooms and a well-equipped business center for the convenience of corporate guests. For a hassle-free stay, multi-lingual staff, tour/ticket assistance and internet access are also available here.
The 200 rooms and suites are designed in modern style and decorated with contemporary furniture. Rooms include amenities like air conditioning, flat-screen TV, work desk, DD telephone and free internet access.
Savour authentic Chinese and western delicacies, served at the two restaurants of the hotel. The on-site bar offers a cosy atmosphere to enjoy a cup of coffee, chilled beer and scrumptious snacks. For a more private and comfortable dining experience, guests can avail room service (limited hours) as well. The Taj Pavilion Indian Restaurant is only a 5-minutes drive from here.
Spend a fun-filled day with loved ones at Happy Valley Beijing, a popular amusement park of the region, reachable in 15 minutes drive from the property.
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 19 reviews
VERY GOOD 68 reviews
AVERAGE 37 reviews
POOR 12 reviews
TERRIBLE 4 reviews
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22 May 2018
Good location, good to stay
The room is clean, big, luxury, comfortable, many lifts, the location is center, near THE PLACE and CCTV Building, Beijing not use cash much, they use QR code, very nice city. But i think the people there not speak English much @@ the breakfast morning is good but im sorry not my favourite, i think they not use salt for dishes, so i remember bring salt next time to visit China, also before going to Beijing, you should download wechat to your phone, because you can use wechat account to get free password wifi at airport or buy a sim there, no other choice :)
19 May 2018
....English for tourists it’s ....
I was here for three nights. The hotel is reflecting the stars as presented. Really good position, Tiananmen square is far only four subways stops (Line 1).
I have to highlight that the room, at the second floor where the breakfast was served, was with a real dirty moquette. For us, poor European people, should be fork and knives..... but mostly ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
On 2018 there are still hotels with employees not speaking basic English?!?!?
In general it’s a good one but don’t forget a dictionary.
17 May 2018
Good value but needs to improv....
This is a good hotel for value and in a convenient location for both business and tourist visitors. I have travelled extensively in China for business so was familair with Chinese style hotels so no big surprises.
The most important improvement this hotel MUST make is to have at least one staff member on the front desk who is pleasant and can converse in english. The shopping center and coffee shops (a stones thow away ) across the street have oddles of bilingual staff so can,t imagine it is difficult to find young people to staff the front desk. Stayed for almost 2 weeks and no one could communicate with me and this became a huge problem when the fuses in my room blew out and when I locked myself out of my room one night.
The other issue.......bed too hard...much harder than other chinese hotels i have stayed at...sheets on plywood. You will need to sleep on the pillows.
19 Apr 2018
Stayed here for 1 week. At a glance, the lobby seems decent and spacious. Many people walk in and out just like any other hotels.
Luckily, we speak mandarin so communication is not a problem for us. What is the problem is that the whole hotel smells of smoke.
Air pollution in Beijing is bad enough. Given the whole hotel stinks of cigarette smell makes this place unfriendly for non smokers even though there are no smoking signs all over the place.
We got the large room on 8th floor. The room is generously spacious. They even provided a air purifier. Something you don’t often see.
Just by opening the window, the display on the air purifier PM 2.5 skyrocketed to 176!!!
The only thing I was able to adjust on the air conditioner was the speed and not the temperature.
The temperature display on the air purifier was anywhere between 26-28 degrees Celsius.
The bed was so hard, I only slept one night out of jet lag. The rest, I pretty much woke a few times just to drink some water. It’s quiet enough at night, but there are condoms in the toilet for guest to purchase. Obviously, the locals use this place for pleasure.
The water from the shower smells like wet ashtray so again, I guess smokers won’t mind.
This place is dry so most of my laundry dried within the night.
If you’re looking for a budget hotel and don’t mind smoking and smelling like a walking cigarette, this is the place. Otherwise, stay away.
07 Jun 2017
Strange little love hotel
I was assigned this hotel by my colleagues who booked accomodation for us. It is well-situated in an area near the CCTV building with offices and retail malls nearby. There's also a Dawang MRT station just down the road. I've stayed in the same hotel back in 2009 but the hotel has aged badly ever since. The hotel reek of stale cigarette smoke & stained everything as with all lower end hotels in China. What greet you in the bathroom is a 'condom' display with various names such as "vibrated condom", "the passions lasting condom" and "happy vibration sex product". It seems to cater to a certain crowd, probably in and out in less than an hr. There's no rotation of menu items in the breakfast offerings, you expect the same thing every day, like you are trapped in a bad episode of Groundhog Day. The bed is a little too hard, not firm hard which I prefer, but it felt like sleeping on a wooden board with linens. The water pressure in the shower is quite uneven. WIFI tends to play a game of hide-and-seek with you so do not expect instant gratification when you log on. The TV set in the room says CNN or HBO on Channel 43 but you end up with pro-China Channel News Asia with very sterile news, no difference from watching the Chinese broadcasters. There are 3 lifts at the lobby but it seems to play musical chair with you at times. The reception staff are the gruffy "Old Beijing" types, not the progressive ones you get at the boutique hotels in Beijing. So, all the best if they demand payment from you if you do laundry. Btw, laundry prices are sky-high. There's an affordable one at Soho on the 2nd floor across the road. One of the days, I stayed in the rom when housekeeping came. The chambermaid cleaned the room in under 10 minutes. She only replaced the soap, water, tidy the sheets and that's it. No vacuuming the floor or changing the sheets so expect the room to be in pretty much the same state that you left it. Interestingly enough, there's a pancake restaurant on the ground floor that isn't too bad, prices are good too. Ironically, although the hotel is named "Winterless", it felt like winter everyday in the room even when the aircon is turned down to the lowest setting. I turned the AC entirely off after a few days. I havent tried the heater during winter but please bring your down jackets to the room.The only bright spot is that the bellboy is nice enough. Stay there only if you do not wish to try 8 days, Super 8 or Han ting inns.