We found the value of this hotel to be exceptional; low cost with suitable comfort, amenities, and location. The Guidu Hotel is conveniently located near the line 4 subway from which you can move about the city quite easily using the rail system. The business-level room was large and comfortable. The bathroom was also large and had both a tub and shower. There was a decent breakfast and the spa was reasonably priced. Try a foot massage after walking around Beijing and climbing the Great Wall. Internet was available for free and the speed was decent. We visit Beijing a couple times each year for business and will definitely return to the Guidu.
Gui Du Hotel is a 4 star business hotel which is located in the city center of Beijing. It closes to the Beijing Financial …More
Built in 1918 this hotel has modern rooms and amenities without losing any of the original character or charm. There is wired internet in the room but wireless is at a cost of a rented modem which is installed promptly upon a call to the front desk. A 200 Yuan cash deposit is required and returned at check out less a 10 Yuan per charge for the modem.
It was very hot during my stay and thankfully the A/C worked very well in my room. The bed was a a bit hard. It did sleep well so I guess the hard'ish' bed was better than I thought it would be. The sheets were clean, nice quality and all white, which I happen to like. The bathroom was clean and the shower was good.
There is a large banquet room on the second floor used to serve a breakfast buffet everyday. The buffet is decent but not stellar. Fresh fried eggs are made as you wait and there are baked goods including toast for American style appetites. If the breakfast is not included in your room price you can pay cash or have charged to your room for 58 Yuan.
There is a convenience store which houses a train ticket kiosk as well as an ATM machine inside the hotel. Also a nice coffee shop.
The front desk staff is very polite and helpful
Xuanwu offers glimpses of the Beijing of old. Liulichang (culture) Street, restored to its Ming Dynasty splendour, is full of treasures, as is the equally intriguing 580-year-old Dashilan Street—the city’s oldest shopping strip. Other recommendations include the Wansheng Acrobatic Theatre, ancient Zhengyici Theatre, and Tianning Temple (the oldest standing structure in Beijing).
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