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Beijing, there are few cities in the world that are changing as fast as Beijing (formerly Peking), capital of China. Elegant hotels, high rising buildings and swanky shopping malls are dominating the horizon. 37 sports stadiums and 59 training facilities are coming into existence. The reason is not far to seek. Beijing has focused its attention on one thing only; the 2008 Olympics. In its run up to the 2008 Olympics, the city is making all efforts to make the event a resounding success.
Tourists are attracted by the history and culture of China. Beijing seems to be the base to start exploring the wonders of China. Home to nearly 14 million people, the city encompasses many attractions of cultural and historical interest including the Great Wall, former Imperial palace (known as the Forbidden City), the Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace and the remains of Peking Man at Zhoukoudian. The city abounds has 120 museums and more than 100 public gardens.
The first port of call for most tourists in Beijing is the Forbidden City, which lies at the heart of the city. This gigantic palace complex has 9,999 rooms and functioned as the administrative centre of China for five centuries.
Built in 1750 by the Emperor Qianlong, the dazzling Summer Palace in northwest part of Beijing at Kunming Lake continued to be an imperial residence until the death of Empress Dowager Cixi in 1908. The palace and spectacular gardens are open to visitors, who enter through the East Palace gate.
Beijing offers a wide variety of accommodations throughout the length and breadth of this vast city. Plan now for the 2008 Olympics and book your reservations. Here is a selection of hotels in Beijing. You can contact us to recommend a hotel in Beijing.
Grand Hotel Beijing
The Grand Hotel Beijing creates an ambience of deja vu and makes the guests feel the royalty of an ancient Chinese Emperor.
Grand Hotel Beijing boasts 217 guestrooms including 160 deluxe rooms and Palace View Rooms and 57 suites such as Deluxe Suites, Ambassador's Suite, Emperor's Suite etc. All the rooms are elegantly and eloquently furnished. All rooms are equipped with internet ports and free use of the fax machine.
For those with business purposes the hotel hosts a business centre which can send fax, photocopy and provide basic secretarial services, as well as conference rooms with audio visual facilities.
You can also enjoy the sauna, beauty salon and massage center
at Huadu Hotel.
China Garment Hotel Beijing boasts a total of 120 reasonably equipped and furnished guestrooms, including deluxe rooms, standard rooms and business suites. All rooms are enhanced with modern amenities including air-conditioning, satellite TV, IDD, DDD and internet access ports. The facilities and services at the China Garment Hotel Beijing consist of restaurants, 24 hr room service, beauty salon, dry cleaning and laundry, restaurants, wake up call, 24 hr room service and tour counter.
For guests' entertainment, the China Garment Hotel provides a wide range of facilities and services including indoor swimming pool, sauna, solarium and gymnasium. For the business travelers the hotel provides meeting rooms and business center. With its convenient location and relaxing ambience, China Garment Hotel is the perfect choice of accommodation while exploring Beijing.
Bamboo Garden Hotel