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Reviewed 4 November 2014

Readers, beware that I'm comparing this hotel to other Beijing Hotels, not to Western hotels!

Location -
Great! Super easy to find, a short walk to the Beijing Railway and right next to the Beijing Railway subway station

Rooms -
One of my least favorite things about Chinese beds is the hard mattress -- NOT any issue here! The mattress was supportive but soft that I could actually fall asleep well in it! The size of the bedroom was reasonable - a two door length bathroom, a separate shower stall from the rest of the bathroom, two double beds, a chaise. The room is reasonably clean - the carpet didn't have any noticeable stains, the sheets were clean, and towels smelled like laundry!

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Available in the lobby fairly decently. Then each room had its own wifi... A bit odd, but worked rather well! Works best when you turn on your TV for some reason...

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By far the best part of this hotel. A decent mix of Chinese and Western breakfast foods: at least 12 hot dishes, a station for wontons/noodles/udon, etc, yogurts, both fresh and canned fruits, breakfast congees, tofu nao, skillet station for eggs/pancakes, sausages, bacon, fried dumpings/bao, pastries, bread, cold cereals, and A COFFEE MACHINE!! SO much good food!! Breakfast runs 7AM-10AM - come early! by 8AM, the area gets pretty busy and the food is not as fresh.

Date of stay: October 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Amy L
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Reviewed 9 April 2014 via mobile

This hotel is close to the subway line 2 and the Beijing main train station. It's a huge building that seem to be paying megalomaniac homages to Mao wherever it can; particularly indoors. the facilities are not great: dirty shower room, buttons that fall when you push and Sellotape-like mendings in e.g. the hairdryer. English is barely spoken by their staff.

Date of stay: April 2014
Trip type: Travelled on business
1  Thank Snufkinn
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Reviewed 9 October 2013

The Hunan Mansion is a HUGE business hotel across the sreet from Beijing Railway Station. It is perfectly nice, clean, and seemingly well-run. However, be warned that the staff speak NO English whatsoever. If you speak no Chinese (and we don't) you have to get by with hand motions and just sign whatever they put in front of you.

Our room was very large with a rain shower in the bathroom. Great water pressure, great wireless internet, and tons of lighting. Breakfast is included, with both western and Chinese foods available.

The only thing preventing a "5" for this hotel is the lack of even basic English skills. We would expect that a hotel of this size would have at least one staff member who speaks English.

Date of stay: October 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank sbabones
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Reviewed 29 July 2013

I was staying just one day in this Hotel but it was a good choice. The location of the hotel is good near to south railway and bus stations. The staff of the Hotel was friendly. The room was clean and confortable.

Date of stay: September 2012
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Thank Herman D
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Reviewed 20 July 2013

This hotel wasn't cropping up much on western booking engines when we were looking for somewhere to stay in Beijing, but it was available at a very competitive price on the Chinese version of ctrip, and we booked it on a prepaid rate.

It's a fairly standard business class hotel, relatively modern, at least new enough that the tell tale signs of wear and tear you get in asian hotel rooms were not obviously evident. We arrived a little early for normal check-in, and the hotel was fully booked, but they obliged by getting housekeeping to get a room cleaned up very quickly. The quality of the cleaning wasn't quite up to standard but this was more to do with it being rushed as we were waiting to get into the room, the servicing of the room the 2nd day was much better. Nice bathroom and a full range of soaps etc.

Despite being targetted at the domestic/asian market (I think the hotel is owned in part by the Hunan Government) there were enough staff who could speak some English that it was very easy for me survive using a mixture of my pigeon Mandarin and English :)

The hotel had free Wifi in the lobby and we had free wired internet access included in our room rate. We had a query about the Wifi not working on one of our devices, and one of the hotel staff willingly obliged by putting their personal login details into my phone for the use of the China Unicom wifi service which worked for the next few hours as I roamed around the city. If you've got access to China Mobile or China Unicom Wifi this is accessible from the hotel rooms but I think it comes in from the street. I guess before long the hotel will need to roll out wifi in the rooms...

We took the breakfast in the hotel as part of our room rate and this was very good, and excellent range of high quality breakfast goods, both asian and western - the chefs will cook various omelets to order and were very happy to practice their English :) The hotel restaurants are priced at international/business levels, but if this isn't your thing or you're not on expenses there is a very good food court and some fast food places in the basement of the block opposite the hotel, just a minute across the street, and are highly recommended.

The main reason we chose the hotel was its location (2 mins walk from Beijing Zhan subway, or 5mins from the main railway station itself) and it's price (just RMB500 per night including internet and breakfast for 2 people when we booked) which for the quality of the hotel in its location was excellent. We were able to walk from the hotel down to Tiananmen Square in 25 mins or so although there are also plenty of buses and the subway.

Highly recommended if you need to go from/to Beijing Zhan.

Date of stay: March 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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1  Thank plunet
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