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Beijing Hotels

Lüsongyuan (Lǔsōngyuán bīnguǎn)

Pros

  • Convenient location
  • Near restaurants
  • Unfussy courtyard conversion

Cons

  • A lack of luxury
  • Can be hard to find
  • Carpets are in need of a clean

Updated 08/30/2014

Fodor's Review

The traditional wooden entrance to this delightful courtyard hotel, on the site of an old Mandarin's residence, is guarded by two menshi (stone lions)—this is a classic old-Beijing experience, turned over to tourism, with no attempts at modern updates or fancy design, but, rather, just a good choice for cheap, traditional living. The guest rooms are basic, the windows are large, there's plenty of dark wood and red pillars, and five courtyards offer delightful

escapes in the forms of pavilions, rockeries, and greenery. It's all about location here: you're in the middle of an ancient neighborhood, within walking distance of Houhai, and just a block away from many restaurants on Nan Luogu Xiang.

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Hotel Information

Address:

22 Banchang Hutong, Kuanjie, Beijing, 100009, China

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Phone:

010-6401–1116

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 55 rooms
  • No meals

Updated 08/30/2014

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