Best Beijing holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Beijing
Grand Millennium BeijingThe luxurious Grand Millennium is elegantly located in Beijing Fortune Plaza, close to the new CCTV Headquarters. It boasts an indoor swimming pool, pampering spa services and 4 dining options. Free internet throughout the entire property.Book now
SonGy Hotel BeijingSituated in a traditional Chinese courtyard house, SonGy Hotel Beijing is set in Dongcheng District, Beijing. Zhangzizhong Subway Station and Dongsi Subway Station (Line 5) are both within 10 minutes' walk away. Free WiFi is accessible throughout the property.Book now
Happy Dragon Alley Hotel Beijing Tian AnMen Forbidden CityHappy Dragon Alley Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Beijing, a 3-minute walk from Zhangzizhong Road Subway Station (Line 5). Housed in a historic Beijing hutong.Book now
Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa CentreBoasting 7 dining options, Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Centre is just a 5-minute drive from Agricultural Exhibition Centre and 10-minute drive from China International Exhibition Centre. It also has a heated rooftop indoor pool.Book now
Beijing East Hotel (The Forbidden City, Drum Tower)Located in Beijing and with Houhai Bar Street reachable within less than 1 km, Beijing East Hotel (The Forbidden City, Drum Tower) provides express check-in and check-out, non-smoking rooms, a bar, free WiFi throughout the property and a shared lounge. It is about a 10-minute walk to Shichahai metro station. The property is around 1.3 km from Nan Luo Gu Xiang. The accommodation features a free WiFi, 24-hour front desk, room service and organising tours for guests.Book now
Beijing liaoliaoxin hotel LeZaiNanluo Boutique HotelOffering a sun terrace, Beijing liaoliaoxin hotel LeZaiNanluo Boutique Hotel is located 470 metres from Nanluoguxiang Subway Station (Line 6 & 8). Free WiFi is provided throughout the property.Book now
Hyatt Regency Beijing WangjingSurrounded by urban greenery, Hyatt Regency Beijing Wangjing is located in Wangjing SOHO. Wangjing Subway Station (Line 15) is around an 18-minute walk away. Complimentary WiFi and parking are provided. A daylight-filled heated indoor pool is connected to a garden.Book now
Beijing 161 Beihai Courtyard HotelThe classic Chinese red colour and quadruple courtyard decorate Beijing 161 Beihai Courtyard Hotel, a spot located only a 6-minute walk from Ping'anli Subway Station (Line 4 & Line 6). It features a fitness centre and 24-hour front desk. All rooms come with free WiFi.Book now
Cendre HotelLocated along the famous night food street in Xiaoyun Road and a 10-minute drive from China International Exhibition Centre, the delicately furnished Cinderella is a chic spot offering rooms with European industrial loft designs and free internet. Parking is free.Book now
Nostalgia Hotel ( Beijing Temple of the Earth China International Exhibition Center)Nostalgia Hotel ( Beijing Temple of the Earth China International Exhibition Center) features air-conditioned rooms with cable flat-screen TV in the Dongcheng district of Beijing. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel has family rooms.Book now
Exploring Breath Taking Beijing
Beijing is one of China’s most popular cities, and for good reason. This bustling metropolitan city offers a dynamic view of eastern culture and a great range of technologically advanced services and features, which will make your stay both interesting and enjoyable. Vacation rentals in Beijing offer wonderful private accommodation in the area. Take a tour on the Yangtze river and visit the Great Wall of China, Forbidden City and Summer Palace. These tours simply must find a place on your vacation itinerary. As one of the leading tourist destinations in the world, Beijing is filled with local people who are keen to share their history, culture and love of the city. This makes it a friendly city to visit and colors your holiday memories with authentic local traditions and mood.
As the seat of three important Chinese dynasties, Beijing is steeped in history and culture, both ancient and more modern. During the evening you can enjoy wonderful Chinese food at one of the local restaurants located close to all vacation rentals in Beijing. Renting an apartment in the area is easy using the easy and free online registration process offered on the 9flats.com website. Beautiful Beijing promises an unforgettable vacation in one of the world’s most thought-provoking locations. Private accommodation offers a practical choice for your travel base while you are there.
Comfortable, Furnished Vacation Rentals in Beijing
A tour of the Hutong is not to be missed and can be accessed from the city center. Touring the old city in a pedicab is a unique way to see Neijing’s sights and learn about its culture. As the city grows, this older section is rapidly vanishing but is well worth seeing. Exploring the area on foot will give you a chance to see its tiny grocery stores, dumpling makers and little barbeque stands, which is as much a part of Beijing as its more crowded attractions. Beijing offers its visitors a great mix of old and modern cultures and these are all easily accessible from clean and modern flats in the area.
Stunning Beijing Vacation Guest House
Vacation rentals in Beijing are very affordable and cost much less than hotels. They are spacious and well-furnished making them a wonderful island for rest and relaxation once you’ve returned from your sightseeing for the day. A guest house in Beijing is a premium option for those who want to soak up true local life and since all accommodation is fully insured, this makes them very secure. Vacation homes in Xuanwu are also available for the intrepid explorer as are vacation rentals in Shanghai. If you intend to travel further to Phuket, a full range of furnished accommodation options is also available from 9flats.com for this strikingly beautiful city.
One day in Beijing by the New York Times
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