Courtyard 7 - Beijing, 100009, China
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Deluxe Double Room

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Deluxe Double Room serves as the living room and bedroom of the owner or head of the family. The northern, eastern and western buildings are connected by beautifully decorated porches. These passages serve as shelter from the wind and rain.

One king rosewood canopied bed with veils and curtains. Views of the garden and courtyard. Complimentart high-speed Internet access. CATV with premium channels. Wooden chair, desk and cabinet, bathroom with shower.

Chuang Ta
The simplest form of bed is a flat platform on legs called a "ta" or day bed. They were used for a short nap during the day as well as a place to enjoy the company of others. As mentioned above this type of bed could be easily taken outside. This convenient portability perhaps explains why the majority of them are quite simple in design as more ornate pieces can be more fragile.

Ba Xian Zhuo
At home or in a restaurant people gathered for meals around a central table. The most popular were called "Eight Immortal" tables, a reference to the group of figures representing a wish for long life as well as indicating that eight people could be comfortably seated. In addition to dining the table was used for preparing meals, serving refreshments and playing games. The table is the centre of attention for family and friends to enjoy each other's company.

Amenities

  • Slippers
  • Cable Channels
  • Bathroom
  • Heating
  • Minibar
  • Seating Area
  • View
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Refrigerator
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Telephone
  • Shower
  • TV
  • Free toiletries
  • Toilet
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Iron
  • Desk
Courtyard 7
No. 7 Qian Gu Lou Yuan Hutong, Nan Luo Gu Xiang
Beijing, 100009, China
Call: +86 1064060777

Info

Courtyard 7

Quadrangle is an important unit of Beijing’s traditional construction. As a typical quadrangle, Courtyard 7 consists of three rows of courtyards, which occupies an area of 1800 square meters. Restoration plan had the approval of the Beijing Bureau of Cultural Relics. The restoration project took more than three years’ time and lots of energy, human, material and financial resources were put into it. Some traditional technologies were used to restore the courtyard to the historical original condition.