Bamboo Garden Hotel, Beijing
No.24, Xiaoshiqiao, Jiugulou Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Located in the Downtown Beijing.
10-minutes walking distance to the subway (Gu Lou stop).
15-minutes driving from Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
20-minutes driving from Beijing Railway Station.
45kms from Beijing Capital Airport.
The Zhuyuan (Bamboo Garden) Guesthouse Hotel is a classical Chinese garden-style structure in a quiet lane west of the Drum Tower in Beijing. The guesthouse was formerly the residence of Sheng Xuanhuai, the Minister of Post of the late Qing Dynasty(1644-1911). It is also said to be the garden of Li Lianying, a noted eunuch of the Qing Dynasty. Since the late Qing Dynasty, many celebrated Chinese people, including Ma Hansan, Dong Biwu, and Kang Sheng had lived in this guesthouse. The halls and pavillions in the building are linked by tortuous, long corridors, with a tranquil and elegant surrounding of bamboo groves, rockeries, and fountains.
The hotel sees blooming flowers in spring, colorful lanterns and green bamboo swaying in the breeze in summer and autumn, and pines and snows in winter, all making the hotel an ideal place to hold banquets and greet guests.
Opened in 1982, decorated in 2006.
The 40 standard rooms, 4 suites and 2 deluxe suites offer the highest levels of comfort. Thoughtfully designed and tastefully decorated, the accommodation provides a unique combination of the latest facilities and a homely ambience. Each room is equipped with IDD telephone, in-room safe, individually controlled air-conditioning, color TV with local and satellite channels, radio, bedside control panel, refrigerator and mini-bar.
, Business Center, Currency Exchange, Restaurants in hotel, Coffee Shop, Tea shop
, Internet access–high speed, Cable/satellite TV, Air conditioning, Domestic Direct-dial phone, International Direct-dial phone
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