My husband and I stayed here for a mini vacation. The room was very large and comfortable and the property was very pretty. However, it was EXTREMELY difficult to get a taxi. You must take a 5-minute walk down the hutong (alley) to the main road and then it is catch-as-catch-can to get a taxi. One day we waited in the rain for nearly 45 minutes futilely trying to get a taxi. We finally gave up and walked to our destination. Also, the hotel indicates that it has small snacks available everyday. However, one evening after returning from a full day of site-seeing we attempted to order some dumplings and a bowl of noodles and were told this was not possible. We were not given a reason other than "no food tonight." As a result, we ended up eating some granola bars we had packed in our suitcases because we were too exhausted to try and get a taxi to go to dinner. Overall, the place is nice, but it is very inconvenient.
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- Hotel Cote Cour Beijing is a neoclassical Chinese courtyard-style boutique hotel that is fully equipped with modern amenities. We are located in Yanyue Hutong within an historical protected hutong area of the city which used to serve as a rehearsal area for royal musicians during China’s dynastic period. We aim to provide you with a stress free and sustainable living environment, with dedicated staff and affordable rates. ... more less
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