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Marriott Bonvoy hotels in Beijing, China

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Category 2 - 12'500 points per night
  • Four Points by Sheraton Langfang
  • Four Points by Sheraton Beijing Haidian
  • Aloft Beijing Haidian
  • Courtyard Beijing Northeast
  • Sheraton Langfang Chaobai River
Category 3 - 17'500 points per night
  • Beijing Marriott Changping
  • Beijing Marriott Northeast
  • Renaissance Beijing Capital
  • Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing
  • JW Marriott Beijing
  • JW Marriott Beijing Central
Category 4 - 25'000 points per night
  • Sheraton Grand Beijing Dongcheng
  • Westin Beijing Chaoyang
  • Westin Beijing Financial Street
  • W Beijing Chang'an
Category 5 - 35'000 points per night
  • Ritz Carlton Beijing
  • Ritz Carlton Beijing Financial Street
  • St. Regis Beijing
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  • Bulgari Beijing
  • Sheraton Beijing Lize
  • Sheraton Beijing Huairou
  • Imperial Mansion Marriott Executive Apartments
  • Sandalwood Marriott Executive Apartments
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Old Jan 9, 02, 7:13 pm
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Marriott Bonvoy hotels in Beijing, China

Has anyone stayed at the Beijing Courtyard location? I would appreciate knowing the experience.

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Old Jan 10, 02, 7:56 pm
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I stayed there for a week last year. Very nice place right across the street from the Beijing Train Station and close to lots of shopping areas. I had no problems of any kind. The restaurant is pretty good, too.

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Old Feb 17, 02, 10:15 pm
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The hotel is part of a large shopping center complex, and office tower. I stayed there for a week when it first opened and it was very nice.

The Chongmenwen subway station is only one block away, and Tienanmen is only 2-3 stops from there. Adjacent to the hotel is a good grocery store where you can stock up on snacks and drinks, or sample the local cuisine. The store-make crispy duck was OK and the steamed pork buns too. Also, the shopping mall has a 'point to order' food court, so you know what you're getting.

I hired a car & driver from the hotel, and he drove me to the Ming Tombs and the Great Wall. For $80, it was an excellent deal! The car was an Audi.

The room was standard Courtyard, although it had a few more gadgets; it also had a large couch. Imagine what a JW Courtyard would look like, and you get the picture!!

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Old Jan 25, 03, 10:18 pm
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New World Hotel, Beijing

Hi,

Has anyone stayed at the New World Hotel, Beijing. There's not a whole lot of information on the web about it. I'm going to Beijing on Business, and this is the hotel my company put me up in.

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Old Jan 25, 03, 11:13 pm
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For a start:
www.marriott.com/dpp/PropertyPage.asp?MarshaCode=BJSCY
 
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Old Jan 26, 03, 12:28 am
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Thanks for the prompt reply, but this is not the hotel I was referring to. Here's the hotel link. http://www.newworldhotels.com/PEKNW/

I did some research and found that Mariott owns it.

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Old Jan 26, 03, 12:35 am
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I'm going to Beijing in February and I'm debating between Marriott and Hilton. The price at Marriott Beijing West is about the same as the Courtyard. At Marriott Beijing West, I can get a quality room for $85 including breakfast, or an executive level room for $90 with full executive lounge access. Would I get a breakfast in the Executive Lounge? If so, is the breakfast there comparable to the regular breakafast served? Thanks!
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Old Jan 26, 03, 1:02 am
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Sorry, SmouthMoose, I did not realise that you are talking about the Jing Guang, as there is no MR earning potential!

LisaHYou get breakfast (not comparable with a buffet breakfast in a restaurant) & cocktails in the Executive Lounge (if this is a matter: I do not know, if the Executive Lounge is open at weekends).
It was not asked but let me add: Marriott Beijing West & Renaissance Beijing are not as central as Courtyard New World Beijing.
 
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Old Jan 26, 03, 7:18 am
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I've stayed at the Courtyard New World Beijing a couple of times and liked it very much. The facilities are excellent, and the location is right on a subway stop. No problems at all.

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Old Jul 7, 03, 10:03 pm
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Is it conclusive the you can't earn MR points at the New World Hotel in Beijing?

My client picked the hotel, so I don't have a choice, but was hoping to get something for the 30+ nights I'm staying there...
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Old Jul 8, 03, 10:27 pm
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I did. No problem.

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Old Nov 11, 03, 11:38 pm
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This is a nice hotel, in a great location. There's a grocery store across the driveway, and the subway stop is one block away. There's a 3-4 level shopping mall below the hotel. It's the nicest Courtyard I've ever seen. I rented a car & driver for the day to see the Great Wall from the travel agency in the lobby -- excellent. I walked to Tienanmen Square from the hotel, but it took about 30 minutes I believe.
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Old Nov 12, 03, 6:50 pm
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I was actually pretty disappointed with this hotel, As a platinum, I was not offered an upgrade, and I thought that the room amenities were pretty dated - especially the radio built in to the nightstand, and the alarm clock! (cheap plastic analog model) Didn't notice much different than the standard Courtyard.

I guess I was too spoiled with my previous stay at the Renaissance Tianjin ... quite a pleasant surprise! Upgraded to a suite on the 40th floor, excellent service from the concierge staff, and a great location in downtown Tianjin ...
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Old Dec 11, 03, 8:51 am
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Beijing -- Renaissance

Has anyone had any experince with the Beijing Renaissance Hotel? I normally stay at the St. Regis but may give the Renaissance a try. How is location? Qaulity of hotel?
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Old Dec 20, 03, 10:50 am
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I'll be staying at the Renaissance in February... Would be interested to hear some comments as well.
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