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Beijing

Places to stay

NUO Hotel

Hotel Eclat

Kerry Hotel

China World Summit Wing Hotel

Hotel Jen

NUO Hotel

Step into the luxurious life of Beijing's elite at the amazing NUO Hotel Beijing. This luxurious property welcomes its guests with a grand marble lobby filled with Chinese artwork vases, light-show mosaic roof, and plush lobby bar serving an exuberant selections of teas from the East. At NUO, a traveller will find rooms filled with every necessity - velvet slippers, warm marble floors, extremely comfortable beds, and views of Beijing for days. The room even features it's own tea set of authentic Chinese teas to prepare in the comfort of your own. The breakfast spread offered at the hotel's restaurant downstairs is also like no other, with international delicacies covering from finest sushi cuts of Japan to Spanish tapas to every Chinese dim sum favorite, and even an ice cream cart with toppings of any kind to boast. NUO is an excellent choice for any traveller visiting Beijing and looking to enjoy the city and the Chinese culture at it's best.

Hotel Eclat

A hotel with an art collection to boast. Each floor of this particular establishment has a completely unique design and art direction. Couches in elevators, Alice in Wonderland-esque bar downstairs, and unbelievable suites modeled after Harry Potter and other popular themes. With private swimming pools directly in the rooms!

Kerry Hotel

Shangri-La's finest and most central property in Beijing. At the Kerry Hotel you will find a 24-hour bar, best Peking Duck at the Horizon Chinese Restaurant, and a skybridge to other Shangri-La properties - China World Summit Wing. The hotel also features a traditional bakery and an exquisite wine bar downstairs to completely Kerry you away...

China World Summit Wing Hotel

Tallest Hotel in Beijing with multiple level lobbies, traditional Chinese cuisine restaurants, and tallest bar in Beijing - Atmosphere - overseeing all of the city and its vastness.

Hotel Jen

Most innovative modern hotel in Beijing for the modern traveller. Located in the tallest building in Beijing, this millennial hotspot has the largest gym in the city, a co-woring space, and numerous Chinese and Western-inspired restaurants around the property. And even a own micro-broewery & hat shop too!

Places to eat

TRB Hutong

N'JOY

TRB Hutong

Inside an 600-year old temple, in the heart of old Hutong - a restaurant like no other by the name of TRB glistens with warm lights of the modern interior design inside. This place used to go by the name of Temple and has since been renamed to TRB. An absolute must for any traveler to Beijing amongst other gems of the TRB Group.

N'JOY

Have the most exuberant of breakfasts and brunches at the NUO Hotel's downstairs N'JOY restaurant. An international buffet like no other. Don't forget the ice-cream and Japanese soy milk.

Places to drink

Mai Bar

D Lounge

Atmosphere Bar

Mai Bar

Secret bar in the heart of the Hutong district. Visit here for amazing cocktails and conversations.

D Lounge

Decadent bar filled with a hip sentiment and good house music.

Atmosphere Bar

Beijing's highest bar with epic views spanning this vast city of wonders.

Places to go

Tiananmen Square

Temple of Heaven

Forbidden City

Great Wall of China

Tiananmen Square

A grand square in the center of Beijing not to be missed on a first visit to the city. Visit in the day and later for some amazing night lights of this magical city.

Temple of Heaven

Temple of Heaven

Forbidden City

Forbidden City

Great Wall of China

The last world wonder still standing - the Great Wall of China should definitely be on the itinerary for any traveller to Beijing. The Wall has many entrances, some more scenic and secluded than others - we recommend the Mutianyu point for a more interesting experience. Expect to walk a lot and dedicate the whole day to the journey. A taxi or Uber to the entrance should do the trick unless you go with an organized tour which can be set up at any Beijing hotel.

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