13 Jianguomennei, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
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About Zheng Xie Hotel
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Located in the bustling Dongcheng district of Beijing, Zheng Xie Hotel is only a 7-minute walk from Dongdan subway station and about
Located in the bustling Dongcheng district of Beijing, Zheng Xie Hotel is only a 7-minute walk from Dongdan subway station and about 25 minutes drive from Beijing Capital International Airport. Tourist hotspots of the area like the world-famous Tiananmen Square, Temple of Heaven, Beihai Park and Beijing Temple of Confucius are all within 15 minutes drive of the hotel.
The property maintains 122 contemporary rooms and suites, furnished with plush bedding, wall-to-wall carpeting, blackout curtains and exquisite lampshades. In-room amenities include air conditioning, flat-screen TV, mini bar, telephone, personal safe, work desk, tea and coffee maker, refrigerator and free Wi-Fi access. Stylish bathrooms are complete with hairdryer, shower and complimentary toiletries.
A fully equipped gym and indoor pool are available at the hotel to cater to the fitness and recreational needs of guests. At leisure, play a game of billiards, chess and bowling within the premises. Those visiting Beijing for business can make use of the hotels state-of-the-art meeting rooms and a functional business centre. Moreover, conveniences like 24-hour reception, sauna, luggage storage, parking and complimentary Wi-Fi access ensure a comfortable stay.
Guests can treat their taste buds with lip-smacking Chinese and Western delicacies at the hotels multi-cuisine restaurant. Relax while sipping on a cup of tea and coffee or a glass of wine at the on-site cafeteria. Those missing out on aromatic Indian food can take a 5-minute drive to Mirch Masala Indian Restaurant.
Guests can plan a visit the famous Palace Museum, which is only a 7-minute drive from Zheng Xie Hotel.
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 3 reviews
VERY GOOD 28 reviews
AVERAGE 8 reviews
POOR 2 reviews
TERRIBLE 0 reviews
05 Nov 2013
Very good location
The hotel is clean but if you are a non smoker you feel it is a smoking hotel.
The beds are hard.
They do not speak English. The location is good, but hard to find the first time.
5-10 min walk to Dongdan subway.
Only Wifi in the lobby. But free of charge. Good for short stays.
21 Oct 2011
Not for the business traveller
My Chinese business partner booked me into this hotel and I don't like it. First of all the bed is rock hard so I have to sleep on a layer of pillows. Plus the staff don't really speak English and all the rooms are smoking rooms. That aside, the location is central, the rooms appear to be quite clean and the staff are genuinely helpful.
18 Jun 2009
Nice hotel with excellent hous....
I must say that Zhengxie hotel is not easy to find. It's not located on the main road and the chinese name states that it's a conference centre. Managed to locate it after asking countless people on the road.
The hotel is about 5 mins walk from Dongdan subway. And maybe about 15 mins walk to Wangfujing. Tho the counter staff is not exactly friendly, but the porter definitely is!
The hotel is clean and big. We booked the normal room and with 2 twin size bed & an extra folding bed, we still have ample space to move around with 2 kids age 9 and 14. The bathroom is quite modern looking with attached hair dryer. The housekeeper will replenish the bottle water daily and there's even a small hotpot for you to boil your water. Do bring your own spoon if you're planning to make your own coffee!
05 Jun 2009
Decent hotel in central Beijin....
The rooms are very decent for the price. There is not much in the near vacinity but its just a 10 minutes walk to one end of Wangfujing street (main shopping/food area). Its a 3-5 minutes walk to the nearest metro station (Dongdan station), so sightseeing is quite convenient. It is not on the main road but we did not find it a hassle to walk out through some back lanes.
No comments on the food as we did not consume any meals there.
07 Sep 2008
Not the best, bad location.
I was travelling China and Hong Kong as a single mom traveller this summer with my 7 year old daughter. Beijing was our first stop.
Since we were travelling independently (not on a tour), I wanted to be in central Beijing, near enough to walk to the night food market, Tinamen Square, etc., but I needed to stay on budget (everything in Beijing is over priced - especially hotels). We arrived 2 weeks before the Olympics were to begin as well, so hotel prices were astronomical at best!
I found this hotel on elong, and it had a solid 3 star rating and a pool which would be a bonus for my daughter's legs after long walking days!
I paid approximately $80.00 per night - which is on par for a 3 star in a major city in many of the countries I have travelled to.
Upon arrival in Beijing, we cleared customs and immigration and got in the taxi queue. I showed the taxi driver the hotel address in chinese characters (whoever said the taxi drivers took a crash course in preparation for the Olympics was WRONG!). He has to ask 4 other taxi drivers, and apparently the hotel was off the main street near the Beijing Railway Station (and it was). It took about an hour to make way to central Beijing, and as we got close to the Railway Station, he stopped the taxi (but did not stop the meter) 3 more times before finding this hotel. No one knew of it or where it was.
As it turns out, it was off the main street, down a back alley, and only had a back entrance. For walking around, NOT safe for a single Mom and small daughter!! That was the first negative of this hotel.
Second negative, none of the front desk staff could speak ANY english, so check in and finding out where the pool was, and how to safely leave the hotel to find food, etc. was VERY difficult.
The pool was in the basement, and very small with no shallow end. Only 4 lap lanes which always seemed to be used by spitting, locals who would not make way for my daughter. Although my daughter is a very capable swimmer, we never had any space for ourselves. It was very uncomfortable with swimming attendants (not lifeguards because they were wearing full outfits, not swim suits) always following my daughter up and down the pool with a flutter board. not much fun! Also a way too loud ghetto blaster blaring all the while. No windows due to being in a basement, and very dark and hot.
The hotel room was decent enough, but had a clear window into the bathroom from the bedroom, so no privacy, but clean enough. Airconditioning was fine.
The hotel has no Wireless area, so if you have a laptop or Itouch, you are out of luck. I found a Starbucks about a 15 minute walk away, but with no english, the hotel staff could not tell me anywhere else to go which was a pain.... AND, this was called a "hotel & Conference Centre"!
There are really no food places or restaurants around the hotel, so we have to go for long walks to find food. The hotel food was out, because it was over priced ($60.00 RMB for breakfast buffet) and it was all chinese food, no western - like eggs, and toast.
Also, the in room safes did not work - they tried 4 different rooms and then offered to store my passports, etc. in the hotel safe for a price.
Because of the unsafe entrance of the hotel, I did not feel safe walking early morning to Tianamen Square with my daughter, and we basically had to take taxis and hire a driver for much of our 4 days in Beijing before we moved on... this happened no where else that we travelled to in China or Hong Kong.
On our last day, we were not leaving until 9 p.m. because we were taking an overnight train. I had things planned for the day to kill time, and asked how much for a late check out. They said anything after 2p.m. was full price. I said no, and they offered to store our backpack for the day. I asked how much for a shower, and for my daughter to swim while we were waiting to leave later in the evening. Again, this hotel was basically empty - they did not need our room!
They charged me $60.00 to have a shower in the stalls off the pool (read $10.00 CAD), and $60.00RMB for my daughter to swim. Pretty ridiculous if you ask me since we paid full price the whole time there, and only needed 4 hours!
Would I stay there again? No way - you can get way better for the price now that the olympics are done.