Han'S Royal Garden - Beijing39.93706, 116.40436
ex. Hans Royal Garden Hotel
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Family Hotels in China
The 5-star tranquil hotel Han'S Royal Garden offers an individual accommodation within easy reach of Back Lakes, which is about 20 minutes` walk. The property opened in 2008 and features luxurious architecture.
The hotel is about 1500 meters from Forbidden City. The center of Beijing is 4 km away from the venue.
Nearby points of interest include a college, a museum and a temple.
The hotel lies close to Shichahai underground station. Han'S Royal Garden Hotel is easily accessible from Nanyuan airport lying within 25 minutes' drive.
Han'S Royal Garden Hotel features 33 guestrooms with a mini bar, satellite television, Wi-Fi, a private safe and a dressing room. They have wooden floor and Chinese furniture.
Eat & Drink
The air-conditioned restaurant provides splendid meals. Guests can relax in the wine bar serving relaxing drinks. The property is located near a subway station, about 250 meters from Black Sesame Kitchen and Passby Bar serving a wide selection of dishes.
There are computer equipment, a business center and a conference room available on site.
On-site treatment facilities feature steam baths and massage. Sport facilities include hiking and chess.
High-speed internet access is available in the entire hotel for free.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 33.
On-site car park
Poolside snack bar
Spa & wellness centre
Sports & Fitness
- Exercise gym
- Room service
- Car rental
- Bicycle rental
- Dry cleaning
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Shops/Commercial services
- Shoe shine service
- Newspaper service
- Continental breakfast
- Restaurant with air conditioning
- Poolside snack bar
- Packed lunches
- Buffet breakfast
- Business centre
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- High chairs
- Babysitting/Child services
- Children's pool
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Beach umbrellas
- Sun loungers
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Spa & wellness centre
- Air conditioning
- Central heating
- VIP room facilities
- Soundproofed rooms
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
In the Room
In the Room
1 Double bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
Location was very convenient with shops, bars and restaurants within walking distance. The hutong style accommodation was very unusual and quite well executed. The outside space was well maintained and spotless.
Sometimes service was patchy but they did try, just not upto the standards you expect from a small luxury hotel. Some areas not so pleasant like the dining area, the spa that was advertised but not open, should be areas to rest, sit where you can enjoy the setting. Make more of the communal areas and outside setting.
the peace and traditional character of the hotel, plus its location
nice staff that make me felt comfortable and relaxing, the old Chinese style construction is very attractive, food is good!
the shower tap fixed on the ceiling is not a good design.
Amasing design in chinese style, small number of rooms, money exchange at the reception, good breakfast (but not too good for the european taste), good and big room with tv and stereo, comfortable bed. Good private car service (we used it for the whole day to get to Great Wall an Ming tombs), nice and not very expencive.
The hotel is located in hutong, that's mean that it looks danger to get there in the night, even taxi didn't want to go there when you show them hotel's card, it is very hard to find the hotel for the first time. So we had to came back to the hotel before dark. By the way, due to the map it is located in the heart of the town. Hotel staff couldn't decide very simple questions by themselfes, usually they call manager.
Staff is very friendly and helpful and they try to make the most of your stay. The hotel is very nicely decorated and rooms are very comfortable. Overall a perfect experience! I would definitely recommend this hotel!!
Breakfast is good, could be much better for a hotel of this category.
very good service, nice traditional chinese hotel
The building is just fantastic.Beautifully restored,it feels like you are China 200 years ago but with comfortable beds and modern plumbing! The staff were all very friendly, especially Kent and Sherry who were also very helpful and knowledgeable about Beijing.The location is perfect as it is in a Hutong just two minutes walk from an area with bars and gift shops
The hotel has enourmous and rare qualities such as the location-if you want to explore and live the old Beijing- and the five patios are beautiful. But it fails in very easy and cheap-to-solve problems (see below). It feels like they had a huge budget (bathrooms are great, materials are great and the feeling you are in a completely exotic place is amazing) but at the end some money was missing for the last 2% of the construction. A shame. For very little it could be almost an Aman (which exists in Beijing and is out of this world).
The couloured lights in the main court are embarassing. The charming lake in the evening becomes a monument of kitch, with blue light. The aquarium in unbelievable. The garbage cans in the courts are horrible, cheap and pointless. The bedside table lamps are very, very cheap and spoil the decor. And the curtains need to be more practical. But all this is incredibly inexpensive to solve in Beijing. With very, very little investment the hotel can be wonderful. It may be a bit sad to have breakfast downstairs without windows but what is really difficult is the fact that the other rooms surrounding it are visible but are in the dark and it feels the hotel is abandoned.
We booked for two days and eventually decided to stay three. Everything is simply splendid. Go and see it. It is not the cheapest but certainly the best located in the mids of a Hutong. This makes it difficult to find the first time. Bring the Chinese printed out address with you to show the taxi driver. This makes thing a lot easier. The building is not a fancy glass, concrete and marble construction, but woods, antiques everywhere and painted with classical motives all around. For us this will stay the hotel to go in Beijing.
Nice traditional chinese hotel in a great location. Has nice gardens. Great restaurants around the neighbourhood with great food at very good prices. Nice shopping street a couple of minutes from the hotel.
When we booked the hotel, we declared that we were going there for our honeymoon. They ignored that fact completely. This was a total turn off as it wouldnt have cost them anything to make us feel "special" with a cheap wine, a few chocolates, or a few roses. It states that it is a luxury hotel, but all we received in our room was 3-4 tangerines (tiny and didnt even look fresh). Most of the stuff dont speak english. We needed the help of the receptionist to translate to our taxi driver our destination but she couldnt even understand what I was telling her. (Thank god we had our iphone with us) On another ocasion we have asked them to call us a taxi and tell the taxi driver our destination .. but when the driver arrived he wanted us to provide him with a map. During our 8 nights stay, we starved our selves during breakfast. The only edible food we found at breakfast was overcooked bacon, toasts (that took 10 minutes to get toasted) and eggs. It was a really poor buffet which out of 10-15 items someone not asian can eat only the above mentioned. (The chinese food looked and smelled awful . The croissants were as hard as rock. The furniture in our room were poorly maintained. I.E. the puff was missing a leg, the couch had red painting marks on it and the leather which decorated the drawers of the bedside tables was hanging down etc etc. The heating was going on and off and we felt cold most of the times. On the weekend a chinese family came to stay at the hotel, and we ended up having children screaming outside of our bedroom from 7am in the morning. For the price we paid (its one of the most expensive hotels in beijing) we were not satisfied at all.