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"Excellent hotel, great breakfast"
We stayed here for 3 nights, and the hotel was a highlight of our time in Beijing. I recommend booking the club level, as it includes breakfast, which was an amazing spread of Western food options, along with Chinese options. Location is pretty good, in a nice semi-secluded area, considering this is in the downtown Beijing area. It's located right next to the metro station which was super convenient. The rooms were spacious and comfortable, with air conditioning. The WiFi was acceptable. We found the concierge to be very helpful in booking tours in Beijing, along with directions around the city, and restaurant recommendations. Overall, we were very satisfied and would book here again if we are ever back in Beijing.
After our tour finished, it was great to check into the Park Plaza where nothing was too much trouble. The staff were friendly and the service and facilities first class. A very comfortable room in a great location. I particularly liked the hotel card which provided Chinese translations to major attractions to show taxi drivers as well as street address of this hotel as most taxi drivers do not speak English.
"A lovely hotel"
Well located,off the street front so very quiet, excellent staff, very comfortable beds and pillows, lovely breakfast. All in all not flashy, but exactly what we wanted. Well located for Forbidden City, close to the subway. Would recommend and would stay again without a doubt.
"Low key high quality"
Park Plaza sits tucked behind the more upscale Regent Hotel and the Jinbao Tower. Calm and professional with a nice ambient and good service. Breakfast is ok and Wifi is a bit quirky. This is not a place for those who want to show off but for those who want something cosy to return to after a long day of business in Beijing. Also, the air purifiers seems ok to me.
"Great location for solo travelers!"
I was a solo female traveler and felt very safe staying at the Park Plaza Wangfujing; even walking around the area at night. It's centrally located to all attractions. The subway station is just around the corner from the hotel. Starbucks is a few steps from the front entrance. The rooms were surprisingly large. It was clean and had updated furnishings. Bed was a little hard for my comfort so I requested an extra comforter and lined my bed with it as an extra layer of cushion. I was in Room 1002 which had a view of the alley behind the hotel. The elevators required you to insert your room key before allowing you to press your floor which was another added security feature. There was a police officer / security guard near the entrance each day & night. The bedroom / living area had a Queen bed, two night stands, TV, dresser, mini refrigerator, safe, closet, iron, ironing board, umbrella, laundry bags, slippers, shoe shine cloth, desk, swivel desk chair, small sofa, a round coffee table, blackout curtains, plugs that had various voltages (my USA plugs worked fine without any adapter or converter). The bathroom was fairly large and included the following amenities: shower over tub, a western toilet, toilet paper, towels, scale, hair dryer, toothbrushes, nail file, shower cap, sewing kit, Q-tips, razor, comb, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, two bottles of water which was replenished each day free of charge. There’s free wifi and an Ethernet cable in your room which had pretty good connection. Air conditioning control in the room. I elected the breakfast plan with my hotel rate. Breakfast is served between 6:30 am and 10:00 am M-F and up to 10:30 am on Saturday and Sundays. There was plenty of seating in the dining room located on the 2nd floor. The breakfast was buffet style which included hot entrees of various Chinese food, a noodle station, an omelet station, soup, sushi rolls, dim sum, yogurt, fresh fruit, juices, coffee, tea, assorted pastries, and salads. It was worth the extra cost for the breakfast. The menu of items only changed slightly each day. Housekeeping is available every day. You just notify them by pressing the housekeeping button by the door or the Do not disturb button when you don't want to be bothered. It seemed that they vacuumed each day. The concierge was helpful in providing directions, calling for a taxi, or giving you suggestions on tours. They also spoke enough English to get by. The front desk check-in was smooth and the receptionist also spoke enough English as well. I was able to exchange my US dollars at the front desk during check-in. The rate was even better than the rate I received in San Francisco! There is also a Bank of China just outside the main street of the hotel where you could do your currency exchange as well. I ended up going to the Bank of China on my last day to exchange my remaining Yuan back to US dollars upon my departure. The hotel did not provide the currency reversal change service. Be sure to keep your currency exchange receipt from the front desk and/or the bank because you'll need it if you want to exchange it back to your country's currency. There's a small fitness gym on the 3rd floor and a spa. I didn't use the spa/massages as the rates were twice as much as I found elsewhere. Overall, I was extremely happy with my stay at the Park Plaza Wangfujing.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM