Grand Hotel Beijing (5*) – One of the oldest and most renowned hotels in Beijing, the Grand Beijing has rooms overlooking the ancient Forbidden City, home for centuries to China’s Imperial family. Each of the opulent rooms is decorated with Classical Chinese style paintings and calligraphy, and furnished in the Ming and Qing style. Every room has free internet access, a flat screen LCD television, a personal fax, a safe, phones and an extensive range of complimentary bathroom products. The Grand Beijing has five different restaurants specialising in a variety of cuisines including Old Peking, Japanese and Cantonese, and two elegant bars, one of which overlooks the red roof tiles of the Forbidden City. After a hard day’s sightseeing guests can relax in the hotel swimming pool or spa. Other sights including Tiananmen Square and the colourful Wangfujing shopping street and night market are within walking distance.
The Capital Hotel – officially 5*, enjoys a superb location on Qianmen Street East in the Wangfujing shopping district. Rooms have satellite TV, broadband connection, safe, minibar, tea/coffeemaking facilities and hairdryer. On the 20th floor is a restaurant with panoramic views over the historic centre of Beijing, by the lobby is a restaurant serving buffet meals with both Chinese and Western dishes, and there are also Sichuan and Japanese specialitiy restaurants, cafe and bar. The hotel also offers an indoor pool, gym, billiards, bowling alley and spa.
The Bamboo Garden Hotel (3*) – Within walking distance of Beijing’s Drum and Bell Towers along one of the city’s authentic hutongs, the Bamboo Garden Hotel a traditional low-rise building, supposedly once owned by an imperial eunuch, set around a courtyard shaded by bamboo and with rockeries, fountains and flowers that is a very pleasant oasis of tranquility in the city centre. There are just 40 rooms, each furnished with satelllite TV, telephone, safe, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, minibar, internet access and a balcony, and the hotel offers a western and a Chinese restaurant, bar, café, shop, business centre, currency exchange, beauty salon, massage and sauna.
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