Common Space - part of kitchen where all the culinary magic happens.Common Space - adjoining dining area where good food and conversation is shared.
Master Bedroom, Heart of E Beijing
Master Bedroom, Heart of E Beijing


Chambre privée

2 voyageurs

1 chambre

1 lit


Chambre privée

2 voyageurs

1 chambre

1 lit

Veuillez entrer le nombre d'adultes.
Adultes
1
Veuillez entrer le nombre d'enfants.
Enfants
De 2 à 12 ans
0
Veuillez entrer le nombre de bébés.
Bébés
- de 2 ans
0
2 voyageurs au maximum. Les bébés ne sont pas pris en compte dans le nombre de voyageurs.
Vous ne serez débité que si vous confirmez
Vous ne serez débité que si vous confirmez

À propos de ce logement

Looking for a central place to call home during your time in the big dumpling? Join our house of three bilingual Beijing enthusiasts eager to share their food, their lives, as well as their perspectives on China as you create and refine your own.


Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 2
Salles de bain : 1
Type de lit : Vrai lit
Chambres : 1
Lits : 1
Type de logement : Chambre privée

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Frais de ménage : 9€
Réduction à la semaine : 8%

Description

Looking for a central place to call home during your time in the big dumpling? Join our house of three bilingual Beijing enthusiasts eager to share their food, their lives, as well as their perspectives on China as you create and refine your own.

We live in a spacious four bedroom apartment in one section of the Sanlitun neighborhood. You'll be staying in the master bedroom where, aside from affording you a little extra personal space and a large bed, you'll also have your own private bathroom.

The common room and kitchen areas are quite a bit larger than the average apartments with this type of location.

We love hosting our friends and friends of friends on a pretty regular basis whether it's for brunch, lunch, dinner, or film/documentary showings. We aspire to put on a casual discussion series where we invite Beijing-based friends or others traveling through town to talk about ideas on their mind or projects they are working on for a small group of folks who are interested in hearing and talking more about it.

Please take advantage of the living room to watch a movie (we could start our own DVD store) or read a book (a majority of China-themed, communications, and business, as well as a smattering of others) to unwind.

And though you may want to take advantage of the range of delicious delights Beijing has to offer outside of our doors, we'd be happy to have you join us for a meal. You could also use the kitchen if you'd like to cook yourself.

While our house is very social in nature, know that you are always welcome to join, or equally welcome to retire to the privacy of your room. We've structured the house in this way to ensure maximum privacy for you, if desired.

We're happy to help you think through the days you are with us. And in some cases, the days you have beyond us. Our house is a mix of Chinese and international folks, who have lived from big cities to small villages in other places outside of Beijing. We all also catch the travel bug from time to time, as well as travel for work both domestically and abroad.

We also enjoy going to a range of community events. We might not know what we'll be up to super far in advance, but when you're staying with us, we'll be able to give you the run down of what you might be able to join us for.

Whether it's assistance with your day or a desire to delve into deeper conversation, we're often down for a chat. Just let us know what you're up for.

We're just about a 10-minute walk from the more famous, and/or infamous, places of Sanlitun where locals and foreigners have been mixing for years.

Our neighborhood has been growing these past couple of years and there has been an influx of new restaurants and social gathering spaces.

Though our corner of the Sanlitun - Xingfucun neighborhood strikes a nice balance between a place where Beijing local life meets the world. Within a 5-minute walk from our door you could be sitting in one of the newer, trendier local watering holes, just as easily as you could be finding yourself in the neighborhood hole in the wall, or even the local market where most vegetables, fruits, and meats you might need are at your disposal.

Lots of daily life, as well as night life within walking distance.

Two subways lines are within a 15-minute walk in either direction. Line 2 (Dongsishitiao) and Line 10 (Tuanjiehu).

Is there an app for that? Why yes there:


We're happy to help you triangulate to any location you might need during your stay.

Did we miss anything?

Though we've casually hosted friends and friends of friends for years, with a pinch of professional hospitality experience to boot ( we're new to AirBnB, and just getting started.


Règlement intérieur

The house rules are pretty standard:

Take your shoes off when you come in the main door.
Be neat and tidy in the common areas (particularly the kitchen).
Sharing your quirky sides is strongly encouraged.
Open and honest communication is a must.
Have a question? A problem? Let's talk about it.


Annulations

Flexibles

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.


Disponibilité
Séjour de 2 nuits minimum

L'adresse exacte est communiquée uniquement lorsque la réservation est confirmée.

2 commentaires


Profil utilisateur de Sabine
janvier 2016
The place was nice and clean and the room was adequately spacious. I had everything I needed and for my purposes the location was perfect. I didn't get to meet Mc but he kept up communication the whole time to make sure everything went smoothly. But I met with his roommate. She was very nice and supportive. I would absolutely consider staying there again.

Profil utilisateur de Mike
décembre 2015
MCK was very welcoming and friendly. I highly recommend. He has been living in Beijing for many, many years so knows the area, sites, and logistics around the area well.

Pékin, Chine · Membre depuis décembre 2014
Profil utilisateur de Mc

I'm not here, nor there, but somewhere in between, connecting the dots.

I'm an American who has spent 9 years in China. 7 of them have been concentrated in the megalopolis of Beijing. 2 of them were in an out-of-the-way village in rural Yunnan Province.

China has taught me to look at the world through a different lens. It has shown me a different take on quality time, family, friendship, and hospitality. And everyday I am reminded how powerful difference can be, provided you have the right attitude. Isn't life all the more delicious when you indulge in what's in front of you with a curious mindset?

I wish AirBnB existed during my first chunk of time in Beijing. We were already in the habit of hosting friends and friends of friends. It's always fun to meet someone new, to have a meaningful conversation about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and share moments in time and pieces of the places and spaces we love with others.

Recently back in the big dumpling after a couple years mostly in New Haven, CT and a several month stint in Honolulu, HI. AirBnB is now alive and well, and the opportunity to bring it (and you) to our home is something my roommates and I are excited about.

Or perhaps I'm on the road and you'll be graciously hosting me and possibly the special one(s) I'm with?

Places that have altered my thinking: Upstate New York; Providence, Rhode Island; Beijing and Chengdu (Sichuan Province), China; Xizhou village, Dali, Yunnan Province, China (or anywhere, really, in Yunnan); Durban, Bulungula, Franschhoek, Capetown, and Rustenberg South Africa; Delhi, India; Yangon, Myanmar; Honolulu, Hawaii; Dijon, Bordeaux, and Paris, France.

Looking forward to meeting you, getting to know about your story, and sharing time and space together.

Feel free to drop me a line with any questions on your mind.

"And those were who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music."
--Friedrich Nietzsche