Michael's House is one of the hotels where foreign tourists stay in Beijing.
Shan Zha Xiao Yuan was named after a hawthorn tree planted in the yard decades ago.
Fenglin Homestay is like a roll of ink painting, in which winding path leads to quiet retreats, and Zen room deep in flowers and plants.
The hotel is primitive and rustic in appearance but richly decorated inside, providing guests with butler-style service.
At the foot of Shengquan Mountain, Weiyang Homestay is adjoining to Hongluo Temple, Oriental Provence Lavender Manor and Yanqi Lake.
Zhuyuan Inn is well decorated with rocking chairs and swings embraced with trees and flowers and also raises many cute animals.
YIN Hotel, nestled in Shipian Village of Yanqi Town, is a fantastic place to savor a cloistered life.
While the small hostel just has over 30 beds, some of which are bunk bed, it is still a unique one because it is actually a renovated Beijing courtyard at the deep end of a Hutong.
The whole architecture can be traced back to 1875 when, as an A-class club, it was the favorite place of many celebrities at that time.
Located in the Beijing’s famous Hutong - Dashilan Hutong, the Leo Hostel is praised by the Lonely Planet.