Palm Springs

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About Palm Springs

Palm Springs is located opposite the south gate of Chaoyang Park (Beijing´s largest park). The design concept at Palm Springs is an ornate oasis theme. Layouts are good but many interiors are opulent. Palm Springs has good recreational facilities with a large indoor pool, but not many people using it. It is a short stroll to expat restaurants, cafes and supermarkets at the West gate of Chaoyang Park and quite close to Sanlitun, Beijing´s diplomatic quarter.
*Pros: Palm Springs is near Chaoyang Park. Large common garden area.
*Cons: Mediocre management. Interiors mostly ornate. Not a vibrant expat community.

Selection of Homes at Palm Springs

Apartment 2bed 2bath 136sqm RMB17,000-22,000/month

Apartment 3bed 2bath 180sqm RMB25,000-28,000/month

Apartment 3bed 3bath 220sqm RMB35,000-40,000/month

Apartment 2bed 2bath 178sqm RMB23,500-27,000/month

Apartment 3+1bed 3bath 370sqm RMB50,000-60,000/month

This is only a selection of the many homes for lease at Palm Springs. For a full list of homes please contact us

Amenities at Palm Springs

Subway

Indoor Pool

Outdoor Pool

Commute at Peak Hours

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

Expat Review

Helen, 30 April 2009

I was hoping to like this place but didn't. I mean the building is rather nice as is the entrance, lobby, so on... but across the street and all around was just rubble and dirty and places under development, or just not being fixed up any time in the future. Nearby you can walk to a grocery store, restaurants, and so on... but to get there you have to walk along some rather un attractive places. As for the unit it was great with lovely kitchen, good size, but the view was lousy because it's hidden between buildings plus there was what looked like mega construction going on outside.

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