With a stay at Beijing Perfect Hotel in Beijing (Dongcheng - Wangfujing), you'll be minutes from South Luogu Lane and close to Forbidden City. This hotel is within close proximity of Bell and Drum Towers and The Imperial College.
Stay in one of the guestrooms featuring plasma televisions. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers are provided. Conveniences include blackout drapes/curtains, and refrigerators can be requested.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.
Satisfy your appetite at a coffee shop/café serving guests of Beijing Perfect Hotel. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle and a train station pick-up service are provided for an additional charge.
The best thing about the Imperfect Inn it its situation in Beijing - we found the location pretty well placed, with the Gulou Dong Dajie littered with restaurants, some international coffee bars and clothes/other stalls of interest, if a little expensive down the popular Hutong of Gulou. As for the hotel, we liked the air conditioning, they changed our towels daily without fail, the bed was a good size if a little lumpy, as was the room a good size - though arguably lumpy also. The fish in the lobby were very friendly and swarm up to you when close by.
The receptionists were pretty cold and inconsistent in service. Tea and toiletries provided in the room were charged for at the end of our 3 week stay - including soap! The tea had no price advertised. In our three weeks there,our towels were changed every day, but they never once cleaned our room. A 'Western' breakfast is however included, though don't bother to get up for it, because they don't.What they should include in the price, is a clean room upon arrival, and regularly cleaned henceforward, soap, toilet paper, a consistent charge for internet use, and a smile on their faces that tells people they are there to help, not to dissuade people from visiting China. Bottom line, don't stay here, stay in a hostel.
The rooms are nicely decorated, light and pleasant. The street is lively, shops and restaurants in close proximity.
The breakfeast is mostly four different kinds of "european" white bread, and often the staff seems startled that you are expecting is. The breakfeast room is also the bar at night... The walls in the room, the halls and the lobby is worn. The nearest metro stop is a couple of busstops away, but the bus leaves pretty often.
there was nothing i liked about the hotel. I left after 2 miserable nights.
bathroom was not clean. A continental breakfast was promised on the website. What we got served was some toast bought in a hurry in the small supermarket next door. And some drink that was supposed to be coffee. etc. etc.
The staff were really friendly and helped us a lot.
The beds were really uncomfortable.
the place where it is situated is great because it's near important attractions
everything was fine
Lovely room, fantastic location, friendly helpful staff
The breakfast was very simple and plain. We were given a different room to the one we originally booked, and we were moved only after complaining. The hotel's credit card machine was 'broken' for many days of our stay.
helpful staff, great location
Location was very convenient
The continental breakfast needs to be improved, there was no variation during our stay
Very good reception welcome. Had a very enjoyable stay at the Perfect Inn. It's a small modern hotel in a good position--with hutong views. The staff were great--couldn't be faulted--very helpful. breakfast buffet with great coffee machine, dinner was ok but small menu choice. staff very polite. great Room/bathroom was good and spotlessly clean. yes we would stay there again more nights.
Hard to find
Style and friendly staff