Beijing hotels are a RIP OFF!! Posted on April 25, 2019 beijing chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property RIP travel travel vlog vacation 24 thoughts on “Beijing hotels are a RIP OFF!!” It's a country of psychopathic savages with almost zero culture. people from any other country are going to be more civilized and yet they have to register with the police to visit the shit hole?Reply 6:01 i laughed sooooooo hard but felt bad for thatReply 6:01 i laughed sooooooo hard but felt bad for thatReply m y c u l t u r e i s y o u r w e d d i n g d r e s sReply Why no AirBnBReply Hi Wilson. Well if this clip is done recently then I can tell you that the prices for that 7 hotels raised by factor 2! Back in 2012 or so in shanghai I payed 200 rmb /night ( I know the rmb lost value ;)) but at that time it was around 25USD ! China is getting really expensive.. in general south east asia is getting really pricy ! A big part of that negative development is also that a lot of naive travellers from the west accept the first price given , because they compare it to THEIR country back home ! What is completely naive and I am glad that you mentioned it .. it’s China or Asia and Labour is so much cheaper and things getting so much cheaper produced !.. therefore the good old times that you can do a cheap Asia holiday gonna be history soon ;(Reply That's funny. When I checked into a Beijing hotel with my white Russian girlfriend as an AMWF couple, they even gave us a bigger room at the same cost.Reply Maybe you have problems because you come across as being very arrogant.Reply $100 USD Is cheap, cheap, cheap in much of the world. Try most of Europe.Reply Beijing isn't too bad, I got a 5* western chain (the cheaper places honestly don't look very appealing and I wanted to make sure they spoke English. Besides, that's the first and only time I've stayed in upmarket western chain anyway, so I thought why not) for $160 a night. Sure, it's more expensive than plenty of places – places that I've been that come to mind are SE Asia, especially Vietnam, where you could reliably spend $15 US a night. But in the same trip to Beijing I had just come from Japan, and let me tell you, that place is ridiculous expensive for hotels. I booked a reasonably priced $85 p/night Airbnb in Osaka which was a reasonable sized apartment by Japanese standards, but in Tokyo I paid $150 for a tiny little place (the whole room was taken up by two beds, there wasn't any space other than them really). Beijing is also still cheaper than the US and western Europe from my experienceReply I got recognized! WOW.,Reply its not a beijing thing. face it. You look pretty shady and to top it off, your from SAReply This guys video is interesting. You can check all his video, the content is I’m living in China, I visited everywhere with my suit, and China is Bad… I mean he is not focusing the traveling but how bad China it is haha.Reply You look like a movie star!Reply you are a lier ！bitch！get out of China！Reply Expensive rooms? Mate you've never been to Australia.Reply At 5:11 we need a city cleanout with gentrification and hipster microbrews in Daytona FL, that place is a rats nest of crime and povertyReply Many hotels don’t allow foreigners. CCP control. Third tier city hotels don’t have coffee and breakfast is a huge shocker.Reply You clearly haven't been to Europe. 100$ a night is not that much in a major city. But I guess complaining can feel like you're venting it all offReply Beijing is like New York City, $50 per night a rip off? Your mind is 10 years old at leastReply You just not earn enough to live in center Beijing, period. You think Beijing is still the same as it was 10 or 20 years ago? The train has moved and you are left behind.Reply They probably have secret cameras all your room since you’re a foreigner.Reply try get a room with that price in midtown new york.Reply I know you and C-Milk think registering with the police is a weird authoritarian thing, I agree, but you do have to do it in Germany as well!!Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.