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Tucked down an old Beijing lane between the Forbidden City and the nightlife spots of Chaoyang District, this small, friendly hotel occupies a lovingly restored gray-brick hutong home.
This small courtyard hotel blends traditional Chinese design with antique furniture and provides a wonderful retreat.
This boutique courtyard hideaway claims to have once served as a rehearsal space for Imperial musicians during the Ming Dynasty. Full review →
This courtyard hotel, down an unassuming alley, is the best of the bunch of a crop of courtyard accommodations that have flooded the Beijing market. Full review →
A charming mix of modern and traditional set around a courtyard lily pond. Full review →
With a calm, serene atmosphere and a lovely magnolia courtyard, this 14-room hútòng hotel is one of the most charming places to rest your head in town. Full review →
Artful rooms and suites have garden views, flat-screen TVs, down duvets, and a few private terraces. Full review →
This fourteen-room courtyard-style boutique hotel is bang in the middle of the city, near the Wangfujing subway station, but in a quiet hutong.
This hotel hidden deep in a hutong near the Forbidden City offers both comfort and authenticity – something that’s rare in Beijing. Full review →
This happy little courtyard hotel charms guests the moment they walk through the traditional red-lacquered gate. Full review →
4.5 Star Hotel