Beijing Leo Great Wall Hostel
Donggou Village, Badaling Town Yanqing Country
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Stay overnight next to the Great Wall of China. Ideal for those who want a budget option for staying near the Wall. The Great Wall has very few tourists, so it will almost be just you and the Wall. A great experience and a great get-away...
We are literally on the side of the Great Wall of China. Our area is very quiet, without lots of tourist shops and restaurants, so it is a real break from the city. You cannot find this place in the guidebooks...
Next to the rooms is a cozy cafe/bar. Relax and enjoy the free wireless internet, or try some KARAOKE/KTV!!
If you book for longer, you can also rent some bikes and visit the local sites around the beautiful Yanqing City.
There is no direct public transport to here yet, so you will have to take the train to the nearby YANQING CITY, from where we can pick you up for a small fee (no profit!). This really guarantees very few tourists!
**PLEASE BOOK AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE AND EMAIL US AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO ARRANGE WHERE/WHEN/HOW TO MEET!! YOUR EMAIL WILL GO TO THE BEIJING LEO HOSTEL SO YOU MUST SAY YOU HAVE BOOKED THE LEO GREAT WALL HOSTEL!**
PS We are affiliated with Lonely Planet top rated Beijing Leo Hostel. You may be able to get transport back to Beijing if there is space on their tour bus when it returns to Beijing...
PPS It is illegal to sleep on the Wall itself. but it is possible to get onto the Wall for sunset and sunrise for those all-important photos (may require ticket).
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