Forbidden City Hotels – Recommended Rooms in 2016

  1. King Parkview Hote (0.9 miles from Forbidden City) 北京华育宾馆

Address: No. 55 Sha Tan Hou Street, Dongcheng, Beijing China

The hotel is located close to Jingshan Park; you can walk to Jingshan Park. Because there is no metro station nearby, you have to take bus or taxi. There is WiFi in the lobby. The hotel is designed in traditional Chinese courtyard style. The hotel has kept the Hejia Princess’ house from Qianlong period and Jingshi University (former mathematical department of Beijing University). The hotel is located in the center of Beijing. The south of the hotel is next to the Forbidden City and opposite to Jingshan Park and Beihai Park.

The hotel is 10 minutes driving from Houhai Bar Street, 12 minutes driving from Tiananmen Square, 40 minutes driving from Beijing Capital International Airport.

The hotel has 162 rooms, including four types of rooms. There is a big parking lot (approximately 1,000 square meter) in the hotel. The courtyard structure is suitable for any types of travelers.

The hotel has more than 10 large, medium, and small scaled conference rooms, which are suitable for different types of meetings and training. The hotel offers various facilities to satisfy different meeting purposes. The biggest conference is 300 square meter, which can hold 100-160 people. The east side of the conference room can view Jingshan and Beihai Baita.

The hotel offers Chinese restaurant, which provides traditional Beijing cuisine and Lu cuisine. The well-known “Peking Duck” is the featured dish of the restaurant. The restaurant has a size of thousand square meters, which is suitable to hold different scales of party and ceremony. The café is an ideal place for you to relax or meeting your visitors.

  1. Jingshan Garden Hotel – Forbidden City (0.9 miles from Forbidden City) 北京景山花园酒店

Address: No. 68 of San Yan Jing Hutong, East Jingshan Street, Dongcheng, Beijing, China

Beijing Jingshan Garden Hotel – Forbidden City is located in East Jingshan Street, Dongcheng. It is only a few meters away from the Forbidden City, Jingshan Park, Beihai Park, the Red Buidling of Beijing University and other famous attractions. It is a featured Hutong Hotel in the downtown Beijing.

The hotel is fully equipped with different amenities. It offers elegant guest rooms and dining services, mixed with both Chinese and western culture. Additionally, the hotel has a multi-function restaurant, bar, tea house. The outdoor courtyard has a beautiful scenery. You can enjoy the delicious food with a great view.

  1. Renaissance Wangfujing Hotel, A Marriott Luxury & Lifestyle Hotel (1.1 miles from Forbidden City) 北京金茂万丽酒店

Address: No. 57 Wangfujing Street, Dongcheng, Beijing, China

The Renaissance Wangfujing Hotel has 329 guest rooms and suits, located in the historical Wangfujing Street and close to the famous the Forbidden City. The shape of the hotel looks like an opened book. The two sides of the building are facing the Wangfujing street and the Forbidden City. You can have both the history and modern in front of your eyes.

The design of the lobby has taken all-day working model of the modern business travelers into consideration, realizing the transfer from working to relaxing. Every guest room and suit are decorated with soft and warm color with artistic style, equipped with high quality linen, flat-screen TV and luxurious amenities, and fast speed internet. The executive lounge of the hotel can see the whole Forbidden City, providing guests the time traveling trip into the history and modern.

The Fuyingge restaurant in the hotel is featured by the royal cuisine from the Qing Dynasty. The Wan Li is famous for its authentic traditional Cantonese food. The R Bar is known for its featured cocktail and live music show.

The 24 hours “Renaissance Guide” is the special brand concierge service, who have received special training to become the “ambassador of Renaissance”, helping guests experience the local life and modern music, food, art and other entertainment activities.

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