The hotel is a traditionally restored ‘Siheyuan', a compound of houses around a square courtyard, which is representative of pure ancient Chinese culture and style. The buildings feature the Qing Dynasty style dating back 300 years and which was first elevated in stature at the beginning of the Yuan Dynasty over 600 years ago. The hotel welcomes guests in its lobby and breakfast is served in the morning in the breakfast room. For an additional fee guests can take advantage of the laundry service offered.
The hotel is located in Xicheng District in Beijing. There are many sites of interest situated near the hotel, including the Forbidden City, Jing Shan Park, plus the Bei Hai and Hou Hai lakes.
The décor in all the rooms features the classical court style. All the rooms are decorated with gold ornaments and the traditional colour paintings of a renowned royal painter. The rooms are furnished with the hardwood, carved Ming Dynasty-style furniture. They also exhibit adornments representing Chinese traditional culture, such as Chinese calligraphy and paintings, ceramics, bronze wares, Dunhuang frescos, embroidery, paper-cuts, spun silk, dough figures, the facial makeup of Beijing opera and the commodities used by old Beijing citizens. The rooms are en suite with a shower and also feature a telephone, TV and Internet access.
The hotel offers breakfast.
American Express and VISA are accepted at the hotel.
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