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Red Capital Residence

Stay in the heart of Beijing
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7.5
  • Airport transfer

  • 210 meters to public transportation

  • Heart of the city

  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms

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Double Suite
Double Suite
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  • City view
  • 26 m²/280 ft²
  • 1 queen bed and 1 king bed
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Basic Double Room
Basic Double Room
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  • 50 m²/538 ft²
  • Shower
  • 1 king bed
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Single Room with Private Bathroom
Single Room with Private Bathroom
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  • 30 m²/323 ft²
  • Shower
  • 1 single bed
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Double Room
Double Room
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  • 40 m²/431 ft²
  • Shower
  • 1 king bed
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Nearest essentials

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What to eat nearby

Chinese cuisine
Chinese cuisine
Dongfang Meigui Food House
170 mChinese
Ku Xia Yi Zu
180 mChinese, Seafood
Long XinYuan Ge Restaurant
420 mChinese
Asian cuisine
Asian cuisine
Dadong Roast Duck (Nan Xin Cang)
460 mAsian, Chinese
Dadong Roast Duck (Nanxincang)
530 mAsian, Chinese
Fanqian Fanhou (Nanxincang)
530 mAsian, Taiwanese
Fast food
Fast food
Fan Er Pu
190 mFast food
BaoRui MenDing RouBing
470 mFast food, Steakhouse
Da Zhou Guo (DongSi)
660 mFast food

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Agoda Reviews (25)Booking.com Reviews (5)
7.5
Very good
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Cleanliness6.9
Facilities6.9
Location7.7
Room comfort and quality6.9
Service9.3
Value for money7.6
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6.4
Miriam from China
Solo traveler
Basic Single Room
Stayed 2 nights in December 2017
Not to be missed if you are into history”
If you are wanting something different, are interested in 20th century Chinese history and are happy without luxury, this little hotel is a MUST. Set in one of Beijing's remaining hutongs this one is full of Cultural Revolution history. The reception area is in one of the four traditional houses set, as always around a courtyard. There you can see all sorts of memorabilia from the famous ‘Long March’. Boards that are quite well written in English tell of the intriguing history of the house. The Chinese government is bulldozing the hutongs and eventually they will all be gone. When that happens, this quirky little piece of history will be turned to dust. Get there before it does. In terms of facilities, they are small and basic but clean and warm enough and the bed is certainly more comfortable than some Chinese hotels provide.
Reviewed December 16, 2017
8.4
David from Australia
Solo traveler
Basic Single Room
Stayed 1 night in October 2017
A glimpse of old Beijing”
I chose Red Capital Residence because I wanted to experience something of the real Beijing and it turned out to be perfect. The location is excellent for you to stroll around the old Dongsi Alleys and it's an easy walk to the subway. The place is an amazing time piece, the rooms are not huge but they are clean and full of atmosphere.. It was exactly as I had hoped and anticipated and I loved it.
Reviewed October 20, 2017
9.2
Matthew from Canada
Solo traveler
Basic Single Room
Stayed 2 nights in October 2017
Exceptional”
Really unique and cool spot in a Hutong neighbourhood. Close to some hip bars and interesting areas. Close enough to the major tourist parts of the city.
Reviewed October 12, 2017
4.8
MIchael from Canada
Solo traveler
Single Room with Private Bathroom
Stayed 2 nights in August 2017
some structures need updating”
very interesting and funky decorations hard to find in the dark -- no outside lights on sign or street # door lock for my single room very poor -- did not close properly shower door was missing much too expensive for the present building condition
Reviewed September 01, 2017
7.6
WAI from Malaysia
Couple
Stayed 1 night in May 2017
Great Experience”
Mao era Nostalgia
Reviewed May 03, 2017
10.0
catherine from United Kingdom
Solo traveler
Single Room with Private Bathroom
Stayed 3 nights in March 2016
Charm, flair and history”
atmosphere, location, history
One of the most charming hotels I've stayed in anywhere, packed with memorabilia and hugging a tranquil inner courtyard that's the perfect antidote to the bustle of Beijing. The furniture in some rooms is beautiful, particularly the lacquered box bed. The staff were eager to please. I will definitely be back. For the visitor bored by plastic luxury, this is a wonderful find.
Reviewed March 25, 2016
8.7
Johanna from Netherlands
Solo traveler
Double Suite
Stayed 4 nights in March 2015
Great”
Staff very helpful
Geeat
Reviewed March 28, 2015
9.3
YUHUA from Taiwan
Solo traveler
Double Suite
Stayed 1 night in August 2014
Beautiful decoration (traditional Chinese housing)”
Great staff, very clean bathroom
The main entrance is locked and you need to ring the bell to inform the staff which I think it was pretty safe. The staff was very helpful and nice but I communicated in Chinese so I'm not sure about their English. Room was very nice! Very clean bathroom with toiletries and towels. Bed was comfortable. There were mosquitoes so make sure you always close the door and windows.
Reviewed August 17, 2014
3.3
Yap from Singapore
Couple
Double Suite
Stayed 1 night in July 2014
Worn, torn and dusty”
Quiet, nice huge tree
Nice for a visit, have a drink, take pictures. Skip the accommodation.
Reviewed July 08, 2014
8.3
M from United Kingdom
Solo traveler
Double Suite
Stayed 1 night in September 2013
Quaint hotel and unique experience”
Memorabilia, garden, staff
Check-in was easy and my room was off the lovely central garden. My bedroom was full of interesting pieces, eg an old typewriter and calligraphy pens. I was offered complimentary green tea and red wine on arrival. The hotel staff also showed me round the interesting bar in the old bomb shelter. They also recommended a good restaurant just down the street for dinner. The hotel was very quiet and peaceful. The bed was hard but I was expecting that as it was an old wooden dais. Breakfast was served in the garden and was OK. Overall it was a unique experience to be in a hutong - not the most comfortable but unforgettable. The staff were all helpful and friendly. I would definitely recommend a stay here.
Reviewed September 23, 2013
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