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Where to stay in Beijing

As an international destination with a breathtaking portfolio of cultural and historic icons, the Chinese capital of Beijing has few equals.

Attracting more than 140 million Chinese and international tourists every year, the city has become one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations with visitors soaking up over 3,000 years of history by visiting attractions such as the Summer Palace, the Forbidden City and the Great Wall of China, which can be reached from the capital in less than two hours.

As a sprawling city, Beijing relies a great deal on its public transport network. The subway system was extensively improved and extended for the 2008 Olympic Games, while there is also an Airport Express train. Metro trains are regular and reliable, while visitors looking to explore across the country can also enjoy clean and efficient high speed trains. However, car rental in Beijing is also readily available.

Hotels in Beijing City Center

1. Waldorf Astoria Beijing

The Waldorf Astoria is one of many five-star choices in the Chinese capital that combines the charms of the Orient with contemporary style, service and hospitality. Located in Wangfujing close to the iconic shopping thoroughfare, the hotel is also within walking distance of the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and the Museum of China. Among the hotel’s amenities are a luxurious spa, an indoor heated swimming pool and a modern gym and fitness center.

2. Inner Mongolia Grand

Another city center hotel at a more affordable price, the Inner Mongolia Grand is a four-star option within close proximity of Wanfujing and the Forbidden city, while the railway station and high-speed access to the rest of China is just 100m away. The rooms are plush and functional and provide a calming oasis in the heart of this pulsating city.

3. Beijing City Line Hotel

Located close to Beijing Railway Station and Central Railway Station, this budget choice hotel is also close to many of the city’s famous attractions including the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square. A three-star hotel with excellent amenities, the Beijing City Line is an affordable choice in an excellent area.

Hotels in Sanlitun, Beijing

The area of Sanlitun and its neighbors Dongzhimen and Gongti are popular locations for all budget of travellers and are known for their dining, nightlife and shopping outlets yet still within easy access of the rest of the city thanks to the subway.

1. Ascott Raffles City Beijing

A five-star apartment hotel, the Ascott Raffles is located right next to Dongzhimen's transportation hub, providing guests with easy travel throughout the city. The hotel also features a gym and indoor swimming pool.

2. Oriental Garden Hotel

Located on South Dongzhimen Street in the Dongcheng district, this mid-price four-star hotel features lavishly-furnished rooms just 4 km from Beijing Railway Station and close to the thriving nightlife and entertainment of Sanlitun.

3. The Sanlitun Inn

A budget choice near the Sanlitun commercial area, Workers’ Stadium and the metro, the Sanlitun Inn is a modern boutique hotel with Chinese décor, local and international restaurants and easy accessibility to the city’s cultural attractions.

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D'Maris Coffman
D'Maris CoffmanLondon, UK

Beautiful city of almost 30 million people. Happened to be here on a rare stretch of clear days in 2013. Absolutely stunning and easily the most fascinating place I've yet been. Been back again in 2017 and 18 and amazed to see how much has changed!

Anna Penner-Ray
Anna Penner-RayHelena, Montana, USA

I spent 13 months living in Beijing teaching ESL to kids. I loved it, the local population (all 20 million of them) are kind. Make sure to try jian bing (if you're vegetarian "wo bu yao ro" will be your best friend), visit the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall, and wander through Wanfujing. I loved visiting the Temple of Heaven, and Lama Temple. Beijing's subway system is easy to navigate and inexpensive, you'll need to bargain with taxi drivers most of the time.

Make Molins
Make MolinsBarcelona, Spain

Although I hated the pollution and massification, I felt it was a very special place. Full of art, and tradition it felt like a very good visit (maybe one of the best in my stay in China).

Leow Cheng Lam
Leow Cheng LamKlang, Malaysia

Beijing is a big and great city. Although the API is not so good, but there are many historical places here such as The Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Yuhe Yuan etc. Beijing has many famous spot like Olympic Stadium, I heard my sons said got 32 or 36 spots, but we spent there 5 days , so cant visit all, only choose some of popular places.


The least expensive month is January, with an average of AED 271 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Beijing is July, with an average price of AED 366 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was AED 338 per night. This is 2% more than the average nightly price of AED 331 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Beijing, the expected average temperature in February is 0.6°C/33.0°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 31.6°C/88.9°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -8.5°C/16.7°F.
The nearest airport to Beijing is Beijing Capital (PEK) (24.40km). Other nearby airports include: Beijing Nanyuan (25.45km) Beijing Daxing (43.93km)

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