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Q: Where are there squash courts in beijing?

Where are there good quality squash courts in Beijing? I'm looking to play again. What is the price per hour?

I live within the second ring road but I'm happy to travel anywhere if it is a good price and a good place. 

 

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5 years 44 weeks ago in  Sports - Beijing

 
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Here is a list of some squash courts in Beijing.

Jade Palace Hotel
Address:No.76 Zhichun Rd., Haidian District
Tel:62628888
Price:100 yuan per hour
Time: 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM

East Lake Club
Address:No.35 Dongzhimenwai Rd.
Tel:64678221-3604
The club offers three kinds of squash membership cards. The 800-yuan card enables its owner to play for 10 hours together with three partners; the yearly 1,000-yuan card allows a maxium of four people to play together and charges extra 40 yuan for each time; the 1,500-yuan card is issued for a single player to practice in any opening hours for three months.
Time: 7:00 AM to 9:00 Pm

Sino-Swiss Hotel
Venue: near Beijing Airport
Tel:64565588-1217
Price:80 yuan per hour
Time: 6:00 AM to 10:00 PM

Kempinski Hotel
Address:No.50 Liangmaqiao Rd.
Tel:64653388-5721
Price:85 yuan per 45 minutes for non-club members; 120 yuan per year for club members, though, they need to pay extra 50 yuan to 60 yuan per hour in terms of membership and non-membership days.
Time: the court opens at 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM on Tuesday and Thursday and 1:00 PM-9:00 PM on Saturday for its members. The center suggests booking beforehand.

Beijing Holiday Inn Lido Hotel
Venue: near Jiangtai Rd. and Beijing Airport Rd.
Tel:64376688-1603/-1604
Exclusive to club members
Price: 16,800 yuan for an annual personal membership card and 27,600 yuan for a yearly family card.
Time: 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM

Hilton Hotel
Address:No.1 Dongfang Rd., the Third Ring E.
Tel:58655166
Price:200 yuan per hour
Time:6:00 AM-10:30 PM

Beijing Eastern Garden International Convention Center
Address:Xiaoying Town, Shunyi District (The center is a suburban resort.)
Tel:60485588
Price:118 yuan per hour

China World Hotel
Address:No.1 Jiangguomenwai Avenue
Tel:65052266-33
Price:an entrance fee for 200 yuan each time with no limits on hours; or 15,000 yuan for a yearly membership card.
Time:6:00 AM-11:00 PM

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Beijing USS Squash Club is said to be the first Squash Club in China and is quite popular among expatriates here. Maybe you can take a try.

 

http://www.uss-squash.cn/a/jisujulebu/2014/0114/141.html

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