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Based on previous Beijing accommodation searches, the average starting price is £45
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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Beijing is £45 per night.
No.71 Ju'er Hutong , Nan Luo Gu Lane Dongcheng DistrictOutstanding 100%
No.9 Dongdaqiao Road Chaoyang DistrictOutstanding 100%
No. Jia 18, XiDui Main Street Gubeikou VillageOutstanding 97%
No. 1 Caiyuanjie - Intersection with Nanxiange St., Guanganmen-XichengExcellent 90%
Jing Guang Centre, Hujialou Chaoyang DistrictOutstanding 100%
No.6 DengCao Hutong DongCheng DistrictExcellent 92%
S.Yard,1 Zhiqiang Garden N. XiaoxitianExcellent 90%
julietmed Their stuff understand english very well and are very helpful, hostel have good wifi, clean rooms and bathrooms, heating system is good and all for good price.I am very satisfied with service.
19 Gulouwai Avenue (Gulouwai Dajie) Chaoyang DistrictExcellent 90%
8 Wangfujing East Street, DongchengExcellent 90%
29 Ren Min Shi Chang Xi Xiang,Dong Cheng District.Excellent 91%
katiegumbo The staff was really nice, spoke great English, and was very helpful in helping to get your bearings. The beds were really comfortable. The menu in the bar/restaurant was pretty limited, but there were plenty of restaurants nearby. Great location. Just a word of warning: make sure you know how to get there on your own, even if you've got a train station pickup scheduled. I don't know if it was just an off day, but everybody who arrived the same day I did (including myself) had a botched pickup and had to find their own way there. But aside from a rough start it was a good place from which to explore the city.
No.71 Xiaojuer Alley, Nan Luoguxiang Dongcheng DistrictExcellent 90%
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