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The rooms/apartments are nice but you would expect that from the price. We stayed in a 3 bedroom apartment in the apartments section of the hotel. It was clean and well appointed. However in the 100 sq m place there was not even one clip...More
Stayed at Legendale in late October 2017. Wonderful location in heart of Beijing. Within walking distance (30 min) of Forbidden City. Breakfast buffet is very good; rooms are large and foyer is beautiful. An excellent restaurant for Peking Duck is 5 min walk.
Just spent 1 night in the Legendale Hotel in Beijing. Truly fabulous. A relatively modern hotel in a baroque style. All the fixtures and fittings are gold, I mean all of them. Even things that did not need to be. The breakfast was good with...More
Would definitely stay here again, great location, close to Subway, fantastic staff, good breakfast and super comfortable bed.
The rooms are spacious, good shower, we even had a USB phone charger with multiple connectors.
We had two connecting rooms, one with a sitting room and...More
We stayed at The Legendale in November 2017. Beautiful Hotel, large rooms, fantastic staff and a great breakfast. There was a staff member in the breakfast room called Chiara, she is from Italy and she was fantastic to talk to. She gave us recommendations on...More
There is an airport rail linking the city's MTR system. It is easy to find. Just follow the signs. But, you must find out beforehand where to change into the MTR system and which station is closest to your hotel. There are... More
There is an airport rail linking the city's MTR system. It is easy to find. Just follow the signs. But, you must find out beforehand where to change into the MTR system and which station is closest to your hotel. There are also airport transfer coaches going into the city's main hotels, but again you have to find out beforehand which is the appropriate route. Unless you have a good command of Chinese, it is easier just to take a taxi.