P.Loft Youth Hostel and Three Legged Frog Hostel are budget accommodation options in Beijing with room rates from 12US$ and 51US$ per night. Enjoy your stay at Saint Angel Hotel in Beijing city center if you're on a modest budget. If you would like to stay in an area that is within easy walking distance of An Ding Gate, book a hotel, such as the reasonably priced Apricot Courtyard Inn. Beijing Yue Bin Ge Courtyard Hotel and Cinderella Apartment offer affordable apartment rates in the heart of Feng-Tai district.
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Beijing airports & Subway stations
A number of hotels are in the vicinity of Beijing Capital International airport, including Jinglin Garden Airport Hotel and Beijing Capital Airport Fu Run Tong Hotel Xin Guo Zhan Branch. Consider booking a hotel like Jinjiang Inn Beijing Zhushikou near Ciqikou subway station, as this is a great way to explore other neighborhoods. Consider the nearby Han'S Royal Garden, an excellent hotel near Nan Luo Gu Xiang train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Chong Wen Men Hotel is a 3-star pick for travelers looking to stay right in the heart of Beijing's center, with a casino, a sauna and a health club. Another nice 3-star option is Tiananmen Best Year Courtyard Hotel in the downtown area. Xicheng is a notable district in Beijing, where you will find Old Beijing Square with room rates from 162US$ and Beijing Granary International Hostel for 27US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Beijing
If you're looking for a luxury retreat, try Ariva Beijing West, situated in Hai Dian district of Beijing. Hotel Kapok Beijing with a sauna, a sun terrace and a sundeck is an elegant boutique hotel a mere 25-minute walk from Peking Duck meal. If other hotels don't suit you, try the reliable Wangfujing Grand or Shijia House, located near Great Wall Simatai.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Families who are visiting Beijing and are interested in staying at a home-like place should consider booking an apartment like Beijing Xinxiang Yayuan Apartment next to Foreign Languages Bookstore. You can also try comfy Beijing Shanglv Zhixuan Yongli International Service Apartment B&B apartment, which includes an indoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and hiking. Super 8 Hotel Beijing Daxing Huang Cun and Far East Hotel in Daxing district are good options for the business traveler. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Intercontinental Financial Street in Hai Dian district, offering views of the city.
City Guide: Discover the best of Beijing
It's no understatement to describe Beijing as incredible; in its elegance, striking colors and impressive scale.
The largest city in China after Shanghai, its 17.5 million inhabitants occupy 16,800km of total flatness disturbed by unpretentious hills that surround the famous Forbidden City.
Beijing is a city where historical relics confront the 21st century. Once a sleeping giant, Beijing has changed rapidly, thrust on to the world stage almost overnight by the 2008 Olympic Games, the was awakened and rejuvenated, forcing hutongs – tiny Chinese alleys - to be overtaken by boulevards and high-rise houses.
Beijing was home to 350,000 visitors during the Olympics so there will obviously be a place for you to stay. Just browse our extensive database of Beijing hotels at Booked.net, all listed with photos, maps and secure forms from cheap hotels in Beijing to luxury accommodation.
In the epicenter of tradition, Beijing is host to 2000 years of rich history. It is the cultural and religious center of Asia once being the seat of Qing and Ming dynasties. The Ming period marked a cultural prosperity in Beijing that led to it being referred to as the “Northern Capital” ever since.
It is best reflected in the numerous attractions left by that Golden Era. These can be found throughout 14 districts mainly introducing Beijing to a mix of styles from imperial China to “Sino-Soviet” architecture, built between 1949 and the late 1960s, and modern buildings. Attractions include;
– Tiananmen Square, the largest square in Beijing, culturally vibrant, it hosts the Great Hall of the People, the Museum of Chinese History, Qianmen Gate
– Untouched by the Cultural Revolution, The Forbidden City was a home to Imperial court during regency of Qing and Ming dynasties
– Temple of Heaven – a symbol of Beijing located in green-surroundings, it is therefore extremely popular with tourists.
– Summer Palace is a cultural masterpiece as well as must-see while visiting Beijing
– Lama Temple, the most beautiful temple in the country
When the Qing regency fell in 1911, the following Republican Era deprived Beijing from capital credentials until that title was reinstated with establishment of the People's Republic.
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