Beijing Golf Palace


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About Beijing Golf Palace

Beijing Golf Apartments overlook the nine-hole golf course at Chaoyang Park (Beijing´s largest park). Interior style and quality vary. Many apartments are opulent, but a few are more tasteful. All Beijing Golf apartments have balconies with golf course views (green views being a rarity in Beijing).
*Pros: Low density. Golf course views.
*Cons: Many apartments have opulent decor. Not a vibrant expat community.
*Note: Apartment interior decor and quality varies greatly. Some tasteful, many not.

Selection of Homes at Beijing Golf Palace

Apartment 3bed 3bath 270sqm RMB36,000-42,000/month

Apartment 4bed 3bath 308sqm RMB50,000-60,000/month

This is only a selection of the many homes for lease at Beijing Golf Palace. For a full list of homes please contact us

Amenities at Beijing Golf Palace



Indoor Pool

Commute at Peak Hours

: 3km (10min)
: 17km (50min)
: 4km (15min)
: 1km (5min)
: 1km (5min)
: 19km (55min)
: 4km (15min)
: 14km (45min)
: 16km (50min)
: 1km (5min)
: 2km (10min)
: 16km (50min)
: 10km (30min)

Expat Reviews

Michael Voysey & Debra Sommer, 10 March 2009

We are extremely happy with every aspect of Beijing Golf, the quality, the general maintenance and friendly staff make it our first choice recommendation. The apartments are close to shops, restaurants and many are with-in walking distance.
Heating/Air-con all work fine making living in Beijing throughly enjoyable.

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E Hsu, 07 January 2009

Beijing Golf is a small, intimate residential complex. All of the units face the Chaoyang Golf Course, and it's very quiet, which is a rarity in this bustling city. We love to look out our windows and see open space. When the windows are open on one of those few blue sky days, its nice to hear birds chirping instead of traffic. There is a nice path surrounding the complex and the management company spends lots of time landscaping every spring to make it a beautiful outdoor environment.

The management company is Chinese, but they have been responsive to all of our needs, and although their English is not perfect, they do try. Our security staff are exceptional and will send luggage, groceries or anything else up to your apartment door if you need help. The entire complex is kept in great condition, and is very clean.

A smaller complex has its pros and cons. You rarely need to wait for an elevator, and it never feels crowded. In fact, sometimes you won't even see a neighbor all day. This means if you have kids, there aren't as many kids running and playing around - it's more like 10 than 50 in other complexes. Also since its a small complex, the gym is small, but is furnished with all of the highest-quality equipment, and it is rarely busy.

The apartments themselves are nice. The decor is more of a European than an American style, with lots of stone/marble work. Large living and dining area, with an open kitchen with sliding doors in some units. A few things to look out for: Each apartment may be different since they are all individual landlords, so you may need to look around at different units. The decor could be over the top in certain units. Closet and storage space can be limited too.

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