Very very large pool but it's very very busy. The entrance is on the west side of the building. You need to go up the stairs to find the ticket office/changing rooms. Visibility in the water was ok, but it felt a bit grubby in general.
decent place to party but the staff needs more training. Some of the prices don't make sense as it goes from affordable to just way overpriced but it's gotta be one of the most fun places to hang out in that side of Beijing. Pho is a little too inconstent for my taste: I've had it at times and it tasted like it was flown straight from vietnam, other times it tasted like a Mc Donald's take on pho. come on guys, a little consistency please
probably the best and most reasonably priced wine list in Beijing... Not to take anything away from the food and the other drinks. The house wine is 160 a bottle and their most expensive at 350 including an Italian wine from tuscany that they sell for half the price of some other places i've been to. Oh yeah, the tagines and the lamb ain't bad either.
Some of the best italian food in town but man... can we actually try to make the portions bigger? a main dish at those prices should be able to last more than 3 mouthfuls. Still, great quality... just expect your wallet to be gang-raped.
Cool little place but they need to sort out their issues with the neighbors. I was there this past weekend having a good time until i walked outside for a fag. i got an earful from some older lady in the street telling me that foreigners don't respect China and shit like that. It got borderline to harassment levels and all i did was really stand outside on the corner smoking. I ignored that lady and moved on but then saw her harrassing some of the other customers. The bar staff, a few of which were outside smoking themselves, didn't even try to smooth things down. It's too much hassle
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