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No.34 Xintaicang Hutong, Dongzhimen
1.5 Miles from the centre

Housed in a traditional Chinese building, Ming Courtyard is located a 5-minute walk from Beixingqiao Station. The hotel offers free parking facilities and free Wi-Fi throughout the building. Ming Courtyard is 5 km from Wangfujing Street and Forbidden City. Temple of Heaven is 7 km from the hotel. Featuring classical furnishings, air-conditioned rooms are fitted with an LCD TV offering clean and comfortable beddings, an electric kettle and a private bathroom with shower facilities and hairdryers. The hotel has a 24-hour front desk providing luggage storage facilities and safety deposit boxes. Bicycles and cars can be rented from the tour desk. Guests can enjoy drinks and Western dishes at the hotel’s courtyard.

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No.16, Shanxi Lane, West Street
2.2 Miles from the centre
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No.12 Zuoanmen Nei Street
3.4 Miles from the centre
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No.78 Dongsi Jiutiao
1.2 Miles from the centre

Happy Dragon Alley Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Beijing, a 3-minute walk from Zhangzizhong Road Subway Station (Line 5). Housed in a historic Beijing hutong, it offers free Mandarin lessons. Happy Dragon Alley Hotel is a 17-minute drive from Wangfujing Pedestrian Street. It takes 10 minutes by subway to many tourist attractions such as Lama Temple, National Museum and Tian’anmen Square. South Luogu Alley, Bell and Drum Towers are a 20-minute walk away. Both Beijing West Railway Station and Beijing South Railway Station can be reached in 25 minutes' drive. Beijing Capital International Airport is located 40 minutes' taxi ride away. There is a 24-hour front desk. The hotel’s tour desk can assist guests with making travel arrangements. Happy Dragon Alley Hotel offers a selection of day-tour routes. Guests can also rent a car or a bicycle to explore the city. A business centre, free Wi-Fi and free luggage storage are also provided. The air-conditioned rooms are fitted with an electric kettle, flat-screen TV, a seating area and wooden furnishing. For guests' comfort, towels, free toiletries and a hairdryer are provided. Some rooms are designed in a particular Chinese cultural themes. The on-site restaurant serves Western and Chinese dishes. A wide range of drinks are also available at the bar.

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per night from £34
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1.4 Miles from the centre
per night from £34
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2.5 Miles from the centre

Located close to the Sanlitun commercial area, Workers Stadium and the Metro Line 2 Dongsishitiao Station. Attractions like Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City and Lama Temple (Yonghe Gong) are also conveniently accessible. This Beijing hotel integrates the ancient charm of Chinese decor with a modern boutique hotel. It features Chinese and Western restaurants, a cafe, lobby bar and 24 hour Wi-Fi access in the public areas.

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per night from £36
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1 Nanwanzi Hutong, Nanheyan Street
1.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £45
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Donganmen Street, Dongcheng District,43
0.7 Miles from the centre

Piao Home Wangfujing is located in the city center area of Beijinig, surrounded by many sightseeing spots. It will take around 10 minutes to Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City by walk; only 150 meters faraway to Wangfujing area. Here is a good choice for you to stay in Beijing.

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per night from £47
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5.3 Miles from the centre

Da jiao ting international business hotel is located at the edge of the east fourth ring road central road (southeast corner). It is only a bridge from the subway station no.7. The north adjacent jingtong expressway, the south near beijing-kazakhstan expressway, the west side is east sihuan main road, the traffic is very convenient. Guomao CBD business district, Beijing east railway station, Beijing university of technology, shuangjing fuli city, pan jiayuan antique city, happy valley amusement park resort, drive to within 10 minutes. Hotel with modern decoration style, construction area of ten thousand square meters, to provide you with high quality bedding, wireless network, two multi-function meeting rooms can accommodate 120 people meeting, is the best choice for your business and travel.

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per night from £59
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Hotels in Beijing

Beijing, the capital of the most populous country in the world, with 21.5 million inhabitants is China's second-largest city. It is also the political, educational and cultural centre of the country and is rich in historical and important governmental sites. As one of the six ancient cities in China, it has now become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, with over 144 million national and international visitors a year.


Beijing's story dates back several thousand years but it first became noSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION in Chinese history after it was made the capital of the State of Yan, under the name Yanjing. Yan was one of the major kingdoms of the Warring States period, around 2,000 years ago.

Beijing Centre

At Beijing's heart is the majestic Forbidden City, a royal palace on a magnificent scale. The centre is also home to beautiful temples which were built in line with cosmology, and enchanting ancient alleyways teeming with life.

Tiananmen Square

At the geographical centre of Beijing City is the remarkable Tiananmen Square, the largest city square in the world. It occupies an area of 44 hectares, and is able to accommodate one million people at a time. The Monument to the People's Heroes in the centre commemorates martyrs who devoted their lives to the Chinese people, and at 38 metres high, it is the biggest monument in Chinese history.

The magnificent Tiananmen Tower in the south was built in 1417 during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). During this time, and the following Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), proclamations were issued from here to the whole nation. The public were prohibited from entering the tower at that time, but now tourists may climb it if they wish.

The Mao Zedong Memorial Hall in the south houses the remains of the famed leader Mao Zedong in a crystal coffin. You can also learn about Chairman Mao, Zhou Enlai and other founders of the state in the Hall.

The National Museum of China in the east officially opened in 2003 and has an emphasis on Chinese art and history. With more than three million articles, it provides a vivid portrayal of Chinese history.

The Great Wall

With a history of more than 2000 years, the Great Wall of China has been a World Heritage site since 1987. Winding across deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaus, it stretches approximately 5,500 miles from Hushan in the east to Jiayuguan Pass in the west, traversing Liaoning, Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Gansu and Qinghai. Some of the sections are in ruins or have completely disappeared, but it is still one of the great wonders of the world due to its architectural grandeur, historical significance and magnificent views from upon it.

Acrobats and Artists

Beijing isn't just the political centre of China, it's the cultural heart of the country too. The nation's top artists, writers, movie-makers and musicians gather here, making this the place to experience the best of authentic Chinese culture. Beijing has an increasing number of music venues, so there's more than enough to keep everyone busy during the day and night. Beijing is the centre for Chinese performing arts, and can offer mystical Peking opera, amazing tumbling acrobats and graceful Chinese classical dance.


Dining out is the main social activity for Beijingers, with restaurants being where they conduct business, romance loved ones, meet with friends and hold reunions. The amazing array of diverse restaurants and dishes you'll encounter near our Beijing hotels reflects this, and you can find food from all corners of the globe here. Enjoy succulent Peking duck and awesome noodles, fiery Sìchu?nese, Mongolian Hotpot and even Turkic–inspired Uighur cuisine.

The trip of a lifetime, Beijing is not to be missed.

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