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Beijing Hotels

Choose one of our Beijing hotels that put you close to the very best of one of China's most bustling cities filled with centuries-old landmarks.

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Courtyard Beijing Northeast

Courtyard Beijing Northeast

Guest rating 4.3   598 Reviews
JW Marriott Hotel Beijing

JW Marriott Hotel Beijing

Guest rating 4.4   402 Reviews
JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central

JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central

Guest rating 4.6   461 Reviews
The Sandalwood, Beijing - Marriott Executive Apartments

The Sandalwood, Beijing - Marriott Executive Apartments

Guest rating 4.8   44 Reviews
Beijing Marriott Hotel City Wall

Beijing Marriott Hotel City Wall

Guest rating 4.3   416 Reviews
Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast

Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast

Guest rating 4.5   263 Reviews
Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel

Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel

Guest rating 4.6   894 Reviews
Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel

Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel

Guest rating 4.5   493 Reviews
The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Financial Street

The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Financial Street

The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing

The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing

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Beijing

The host city of the 2008 Summer Olympics, Beijing is China's second largest city and home to 17 million people. Center of the Ming and Qing dynasties, the city's history goes back centuries, and present-day Beijing is a seamless fusion of the ancient and modern. Guests staying at Beijing hotels can explore the Great Wall of China, shop designer-label stores and dance the night away at lively clubs, all in the same trip.

Beijing is a city of landmarks, not the least of which is famous Tiananmen Square, the world's largest public plaza. In the square itself, visitors will find the Monument to the Peoples Heroes and the mausoleum of Mao Zedong. Also located within the walls of the square, the intriguing Forbidden City (off limits to the public for over 500 years) is an ancient palace that provides a glimpse into China's imperial past. Our Beijing hotel guests will also enjoy a visit to the serene Temple of Heaven - a 15th-century temple used by Ming and Qing emperors to perform sacrifices on the winter solstice.

Visitors can also enjoy shopping in the upscale Wangfujing district, followed by a traditional meal on Ghost Street before returning to their hotel accommodations. Besides traditional dining influenced by China's diverse culinary types, Beijing neighborhoods feature restaurants that bring in flare from across Asia and the world.

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