Beijing Four Seasons Courtyard Hotel is a four-star boutique hotel located in Xi Cheng District,Beijing, Beijing, China, featuring a 150 year old tradition Beijing courtyard house, with a charming garden and typical Chinese architecture.
Mao’er Courtyard is located in a historical hutong called Mao’er Hutong hidden in a protected hutong area of Beijing.
While traveling in Beijing and hoping to lodge at a Chinese traditional culture hotel, you may come to The Orchid Hotel, which is a boutique courtyard hotel in one of Beijing’s famous hutongs, where Old Beijing’s culture waft.
Hutong and courtyard are two things which are very familiar to tourists traveling in Beijing, and they also love them very much, for they can experience Beijing’s history and culture by lodging there.
Consisting of three separated yards, Beijing Courtyard is nestled in Jinpoluo Village, Xiwengzhuang Town, and on the southern bank of Miyun Reservoir.
Probably a traveler can lodge in Beijing cheaply as they still can enjoy their trip in this metropolis. Some may say luxury hotels can offer so much fun and pleasure when you lodge at them. But in fact, the hostels, which are cheaper, can provide you with
Hutong is a very traditional word for Beijing, for hutongs are only owned by Beijing than any other place in China. And hutong is not only a shallow street where stand traditional Beijing residences on two sides, but a place that gives you history and pea
Today more and more boutique hotels are built to transform Beijing into a more fashionable and easy-going place for tourists from around the world. If you’re looking for an intimate experience than large chain hotels, Hotel Cote Cour Beijing is the one
Located in Nanluoguxiang, Courtyard 7 is a courtyard hotel which features traditional Chinese culture and has 300 years of history. Staying at this hotel when you are traveling in Beijing, you will surely experience the real Chinese and Beijing culture.
Beijing Houhai Courtyard Youth Hostel is located in Sanbulao Hutong, the only remained courtyard hotel which was once part of the house of Zheng He, a famous navigator in the Ming Dynasty, one of the Old Beijing’s local featured, historically mysterious