Hotels in Beijing Hutong

leohostelLeo Hotel
Address: Leo Hotel, Guang Ju Yuan, 52 Da Zha Lan West street, Qianmen, Xicheng District, Beijing
Address in Chinese: 北京市西城区前门大栅栏西街52号阿来客栈
Tel: 010-63031595

With more than 8 years of history, the Leo Hotel is pretty famous in China. Located near some famous tourists spot such as Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, the hotel also continuously listed in some well-known travel guides. The Leo Hotel is also close to the subway network, enjoying a convenient transportation. The hotel is located in an ancient hutong area that enjoys more than 600 years of history. Guests can follow the busy street right up to Tiananmen Square from the doorstep of the Leo Hotel. Behind the hotel is a well-preserved hutong residential quarter. There you can experience the true “old Beijing”.

北京春秋园宾馆Spring Garden Hotel
Address: 11 Xisi Beiliutiao Hutong, Xisibei Dajie, Xicheng District, Beijing
Address in Chinese: 北京市西城区西四北大街西四北六条胡同11号
Tel: 010-66532900

Located in Xicheng District, the Spring Garden Hotel is close to many landscapes, including the Forbidden City, Jingshan, Beihai and Houhai bars. Inside the guestrooms of the Spring Garden Hotel are traditional decorations, featuring classic furniture, traditional Chinese craftworks as well as a set of articles and equipments. Apart from the comfortable and convenient facilities, the Spring Garden Hotel also offers unique cultural connotation. Each room will introduce you to the life of different distinguished emperors in Chinese history, as well as the dynasties that they lived in. The Spring Garden Hotel also provides customers with Chinese Mahjong lesson and Chinese calligraphy lesson.

hutongyinHutong Culture Inn & Hostel
Address: 17 Beixiawazi Hutong,Dongcheng District, Beijing
Address in Chinese: 北京市东城区北下洼子胡同17号
Tel: 010-6403 3650

As the first hotel of Hutong Inns, the Hutong Culture Inn & Hostel is inspired by the Beijing Hutong culture. Situated in Bei Luo Gu Xiang, one of the oldest hutongs in Beijing, the hotel is close to many historic interests, including Nan Luo Gu Xiang, Lama Temple, Houhai Bar Street, the Drum tower, Prince Gong’s Mansion, Deshengmen and Mao Zedong’s former residence. Apart from the cultural attractions, the hotel is also surrounded by some scenic beauties.

jiqingtangJi House
Address: 7 Shaluo Hutong, Bei Luoguxiang, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Address in Chinese: 北京市东城区北锣鼓巷纱络胡同7号
Tel: 010-84043131 / 84033131 / 84047676 / 64043838

The Ji House is located in a beautiful traditional Beijing courtyard which was once the gold and silver jewel market during the Yuan Dynasty. It is also the former residence of the revered poet Shen Congwen. Featuring a goldfish pond and ancient trees, the family-run hotel creates a tranquil courtyard for travelers to enjoy the tranquility of unspoilt traditional Beijing courtyard.

好园宾馆Beijing Hao Yuan Hotel 
Address: 53 Shijia Hutong, Dongsinan Dajie, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Address in Chinese: 北京市东城区灯市东口史家胡同53号
Tel: 4006756700

Built in the Qing Dynasty, the Beijing Hao Yuan Hotel is a delight place to stay when people are visiting the great city. The place once received Prime Minister Tony Blair in 1999. Surrounded by many well-preserved historical buildings built during the Qing Dynasty, the courtyard hotel is shaded by many ancient trees, creating a serene and classical atmosphere for your stay in Beijing. The restaurant here mainly offers Imperial court food as well as Western dishes.

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