Minzu Hotel

51 Fuxingmennei Dajie, Beijing, Beijing, 100031, China

The Minzu was built in 1959 as one of Mao's "Ten Great Buildings" to celebrate a decade of the People's Republic—this paean to China's unity has welcomed many dignitaries over the years, but with the rise in the number of luxury hotels around Beijing, the hotel no longer attracts any significant visitors, and the only reason to stay here—other than price—is if you have business in the area. A lack of international brand recognition means it lies slightly off the usual tourism radar, despite its location near western Chang'an Jie, relatively close to Tiananmen Square.

PROS

  • close to the Xidan shopping area
  • good quality for price
  • spacious

CONS

  • service can be lackluster
  • feels tired
  • lack of buzz

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 010-6601–4466

HOTEL DETAILS

512 rooms, 40 suites
Rate Includes: No meals

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