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Beijing Hotels

Traders Hotel (Guómào fàndiàn)

Pros

  • Moderate price for a business hotel
  • Near the CBD
  • Plenty of shopping

Cons

  • A lack of good dining
  • Not really for tourists
  • Lobby could be bigger

Updated 08/30/2014

Fodor's Review

A functional name for a utilitarian hotel, Traders is located inside the China World Trade Complex, hence the prevalence of business travelers to be found staying here; its good-value, simple (think muted colors), efficient guest rooms hit the mark, as does its fine service and excellent health club (you'll want to eat out, though, but that's not always such a bad thing). This place certainly knows its market. Oh, and it's attached to a shopping mall too.

Hotel Information

Address:

1 Jianguomenwai Dajie, Beijing, 100004, China

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Phone:

010-6505–2277

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 570 rooms, 27 suites
  • No meals

Updated 08/30/2014

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By Kristen

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Feb 22, 2005

Trade up to the Traders Hotel

Hotel, attached to a mall, for all shopping needs! Exceptionally friendly bar, restaurant, concierge, and front desk staff. In-room massage service is WONDERFUL, and inexpensive....GREAT place to stay! Fabulous breakfast buffet, and many options for all meals...

By Shirley

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Aug 6, 2000

A Sweet Hotel

The worst thing about this hotel is it's location. Although it is near the "silk market", you would have to take a tour or a taxi to go to most other places around town. If you don't mind that, the Traders is a very clean, comfortable and pleasant hotel. The rooms are small, but contain everything one needs, including bathrobes and slippers. There's even a four o'clock complimentary Chinese "Tea" in the lobby to greet the weary tourist.

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