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out of 14 reviews
“Very good deal.. great place to stay in Beijing.”
Really nice apartments hotel, very friendly staff. Rooms are clean and huge with internet access and ability to choose between modern or traditional chinese furniture. Nice restaurant on top. For the price paid it was a really good deal.
“Good budget hotel”
Friendly staff, good sevice , they also have a english speaking department that can assist you 24/7.good budget hotel with good facilitys and also they provide a desk top computer with free fast internet in every room.
“Staying at Beijing Sentury Apartment Hotel”
I have stayed at the hotel three times and have always found the staff friendly and capable. The price is certainly reasonable. The location is a few blocks from the subway, which requires a short walk or taxi ride. The hotel restaurant is quite simple and not particularly inexpensive though.
I would recommend the hotel for it's price and cleanliness of our room.They have English speaking staff that were very helpful.I just wish they put some chairs and sofa in the lobby for visitors that are waiting for taxi cabs.
“Great room for the price”
Our hotel room was huge, compared to same priced hotels in the States. It had a washing machine (no dryer)which proved to be a huge benefit. The bathroom was great, but towels (like most in asia) were quite small. The AC units were quiet and powerful, also a huge plus for Beijing in July. The overall impression of the hotel was still utilitarian, but high end. Great room for price.
Very cheap. And the room is big.
“Good deal for the money”
A bit too far. Need a cab to go anywhere interesting. Comfortable rooms. Need to improve speed of internet, need more English speaking staff and could add foreign exchange in the hotel.
“Good Place for the Regular Price”
The service staff was outstanding. My fiancé and I do not speak Mandarin, we appreciate the effort of staff to communicate with us. They helped book a tour to the Great Wall. I recommend Mutianyu over Badaling when visiting the Great Wall, a bit further but fewer tourists. We had a one bedroom with kitchen. It provided a comfortable retreat from the busy city of Beijing. We did not cook, but appreciated the small refrig with cold beer to relax at the end of a full day. The beds are as firm, ok not firm, as hard as the beds in any Asia luxury hotel. I would like to be closer to a subway entrance. On maps, it seemed closer from Jinsong station to the hotel. We learned, while walking with luggage, Beijing is incredibly large much bigger than maps indicate. Bring comfortable shoes (you will also need them for the sites) or be prepared to take taxis to/from the subway. There were taxis available for 10 RMB to Jinsong or Guomao stations and worth saving your feet. The breakfast at the hotel was basic and fresh with typical western selections, fresh fruit, pastries, and dim sum. Served in an interesting industrially decorated top floor restaurant. If we had not paid the extreme premium during the Olympics, I would have a better appreciation of the hotels value. Based on the normal rates, I would not pay for a more expensive hotel. I would stay at the Sentury again and spend my money to upgrade to business/first.
Not a bad place, not new or recently remodeled. In fact it seems like this place has not received upgrades since it opened. Staff was friendly and helpful, going out of their way at times. They did upgrade us twice. Rooms were spacious but dusty. Location was hard to get to the first time. Do your map research before you go and take the hotels phone number so the taxi driver can call. Once you get their, the hotel has taxi cards which come in handy. Not near a subway station, so we taxied to the nearest station to venture out. Neighborhood is fine. Overall not a bad stay.