As one of China's most developed cities, Beijing boasts a variety of hotel options, ranging from big international chains and Chinese five-stars to an array of budget options. Visit our Beijing hotel section to search, browse and book a Beijing hotel to suit your needs.
Those looking for a slice of authentic old Beijing should overnight in a spruced up hutong dwelling like the Duge Courtyard Boutique Hotel or Qintang Courtyard 7 where traditional architecture melds with modern comforts.
If you prefer your luxury living in a more contemporary setting, then check out the numerous brand name five-star hotels in Beijing such as the Sofitel, Grand Hyatt or Ritz-Carlton, many of which are situated in the Chaoyang or Dongcheng districts and within walking distance of tourist hotspots the Forbidden City and Tian'anmen Square and key business and commercial areas. For 360° views of the city, head to the Park Hyatt Beijing perched in the upper floors of the China World Trade Center.
There are also a number of excellent and unusual hotel options out of town as well, particularly around the Great Wall of China. Add a new dimension to your experience with offerings like the Schoolhouse at Mutianyu or Great Wall Fresh program at Chenjiapu where sustainable tourism is the name of the game.
Only a 70 km (44 mi) drive from Beijing, Badaling (Bādálǐng, 八达岭) is the most visited section of the Great Wall. Constructed during the Ming Dynasty, Badaling underwent extensive..
Beihai Park (Běihǎi Gōngyuán, 北海公园) lies just to the west of the Forbidden City and until 1925, it was considered part of the imperial complex and therefore off-limits to..
Along with the Great Wall, the Forbidden City (Zǐjìn Chéng, 紫禁城), or "former palace" (Gù Gōng, 故宫), is one of the must-see sights in Beijing. In the..
Fragrant Hills Park (Xiāngshān Gōngyuán, 香山公园) is located some 20 km (12 mi) northwest of Beijing, not far from the Summer Palace. Though the name could easily refer to..