A very pleasant setting across from a lovely lake park on Tsinghua campus is the main selling point here. The hotel is upscale for University guest houses in China. The wired ethernet connection worked fine, but wireless was available only in the lobby. The restaurant was adequate. The room was large and clean--showers were refreshingly up to date and leak free. The closets were a little cramped but acceptable. The beds were a little hard for my taste. Air conditioning worked and was easy to regulate--ditto the TV--mostly sports available for foreign travelers. If you use the internet, as in all places in China, it's advisable to have a VPN to your regular work so you can get google and NYTimes, Facebook etc. The web-fare for ordinary Chinese is getting more seriously restricted. As we were hosted, I can't say anything about price to value--great hotel for free.