There are only 7 rooms here. Every room is decorated in a contemporary-Chinese style and come with air conditioning, heating, TV, wifi and en-suite bathroom. We hope that you can feel the charm of traditional Chinese culture here.
Liuhe is a typical Courtyard. In English, courtyard is sometimes referred to as Chinese quadrangle. Courtyard dates back as early as the Western Zhou period, and has a history of over 2,000 years. There are four building, which are normally positioned along the north-south and east-west axis. The building positioned to the north and facing the south is considered the main house. The buildings adjoining the main house and facing east and west are called side houses. The building that faces north is known as the opposite house. There are only 7 rooms here. Every room is decorated in a contemporary-Chinese style and come with air conditioning, heating, TV, wifi and en-suite bathroom. We hope that you can feel the charm of traditional Chinese culture here and have a an unforgettable memory.
Accès des voyageurs
From Beijing Capital Airport (PEK):
Subway: Airport Express to Dongzhimen Station----Line2 (6 stops) to Xizhimen Station----transfer to line4 (4 stops) to Xisi Station (EXIT A)----turn to south and walk along until a crossroad, then turn to west----Liuhe Hutong.
Airport shuttle bus: No.2 to XIDAN, subway line 4 to XISI Station (A Exit).
From Railway Station:
From Beijing South Railway Station: Subway line 4 (7 stops)to Xisi Station, turn west 150m.
From Beijing West Railway Station: Bus no.623 to Xisi West bus station.
From Beijing Railway Station: Subway line 2(5 stops) to Xuanwumen Station, change to line 4(4 stops) to Xisi Station.
By Subway :
Subway Station Name: XISI Station (Line 4) Exit A
5 minutes on foot
--50m from the Bus Stop
--500m (5 Minutes walk) from Subway Xisi Station (Line 4, Exit A)
--6.9km from Beijing West Railway Station, 8km from Beijing Railway Station, 7km from Beijing South Railway Station
--31km from Beijing Capital Airport
Échanges avec les voyageurs
A siheyuan (Chinese: 四合院; pinyin: sìhéyuàn; Wade–Giles: szu4-ho2-yüan4) is a historical type of residence that was commonly found throughout China, most famously in Beijing. In English, siheyuan are sometimes referred to as Chinese quadrangles. The name literally means a courtyard surrounded by buildings on all four sides.
Throughout Chinese history, the siheyuan composition was the basic pattern used for residences, palaces, temples, monasteries, family businesses and government offices. In ancient times, a spacious siheyuan would be occupied by a single, usually large and extended family, signifying wealth and prosperity. Today, many remaining siheyuan are still used as housing complexes.
I was born in a beautiful xinjiang, that is a piece of land full of legend.
University major is hotel management, and later to work in the hotel, once do suppliers for a five-star hotel in Shanghai.
In 10 years of experience in hotel industry, the germination of the idea want to open a special store.
I really like the city of Beijing, like the siheyun of Beijing, so he decided to leave Shanghai, came to Beijing, rented a courtyard was very old.
Spent all his savings, from material purchase to design to the communication with workers, I a person!
Think about or admire myself.
If you want to see what is real courtyard, must come to the yard of my dreams.