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Red Capital Residence

No 9 Dongsi Liutiao Dongcheng District BeijingView Map
3.5/5 - Average
(33 reviews)

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Good Location
Free Wifi

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Review and Rating of Red Capital Residence

#1,915 of 6,243 hotels in Beijing (33 reviews)

Overall Rating (3.5)

Cleanliness (3)

Sleep Quality (3)

Value (3)

Service (4)

Location (4)

Rooms (3)

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For history

by Haineng on 06 Oct 2016 (Couple Traveller)

Honestly speaking, this wasn't a place for comfortable staying. If you don't know the history or the culture you probably find this place rather disappointing. This place is the former residence of Yoshiko Kawashima, who was a princess of Qing Dynasty and a espionage of Japan during early 18th. Furnitures there all got strong history background. Not suitable for those who looking for exotic experience, visit for the real history.

Unpleasant experience

by Shaun v on 24 Nov 2015 (Business Traveller)

I recently had to travel to Beijing, China for business. Since it was my first visit to China, I wanted to experience it first hand. This included not making a reservation at a mainstream hotel. But boy did this backfire big time! Although the staff are extremely helpful and friendly, I just couldn’t look past the bad state the hotel (if one can call it a hotel) is in. Right on top of my list of complaints would be the disgusting sewerage smell that greeted me when I entered my room (and the sta...
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So special but needs some improvement

by thereallife on 21 Sep 2015 (Solo Traveller)

I am very torn about this review. It is without a doubt a very special place to stay. All the details, the books, the furniture, photos, revolvers, telephones, paintings, sculptures - it's taking you back into the Mao age as per the hotel's promise. The courtyard setup around the tree is beautiful. The staff was great - they were always very friendly and when I couldn't find the pace initially (be careful if you book through hotels.com as they display the location in the wrong street) they pi...
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Excellent Choice

by Kim M on 13 Aug 2015 (Couple Traveller)

Cute courtyard boutique hotel gives you a sense of the hutong. Walkable to Forbidden Palace, Tiananmen Square, drum/bell tower. Easy access to subway. Friendly, helpful staff. The rooms are decorated with antiques. Breakfast was fine and included. The bomb shelter bar is a must see. Mattresses are very hard but I realize that all beds in China seem to be that way. We would definitely stay here again. Make sure to print out map in Chinese for your cab driver as it's difficult to find. The only ne...
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Enjoy a tranquil retreat in the middle of bustling Bejing

by Nicole H on 20 Jul 2015 (Family Traveller)

My husband and I toured China two summers ago and this was definitely a highlight. Bejing is a noisy, dirty capital city -- even the Forbidden City was a little disappointing owing to the crowds -- but the Red Capital was an oasis. Quiet, clean, and decorated in Oriental kitsch -- in a good way! There's an inner courtyard with a rock garden, and discreet staff who bent over backwards to make sure we were happy. Sometimes I was sitting in one of the comfortable chairs along the courtyard, and...
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Hotel Location


No 9 Dongsi Liutiao Dongcheng District Beijing

Beijing, Beijing, China

About Red Capital Residence



Bar and lounge
Business center
Airport shuttle
Handicapped accessible
Valet parking
Tour desk
Massage beauty center
Elevator lift
Reception 24 Hrs
Dry cleaning
Baby sitting
Air conditioner
No smoking
Golf course
Conference room
Currency exchange
Safe deposit box
Sauna bath
News stand
Atm cash machine
Mini bar
Cable satellite tv
Coffee maker
Hair dryer
Complimentary toiletries
Pets allowed