33 East Chang An Avenue, Beijing 100004 Phone: +8610 6526 3388 Fax: +8610 8500 4380 Transportation: Subway Line 1 at Tiananmen East Rates: RMB 3800($530) single/double, RMB 5600($780) Suite Credit Cards: AmEx, DC, Visa, MC Internet: Wi-Fi internet access Website: www.chinabeijinghotel.com.cn
A Beijing landmark for more than a century, the 5-star Beijing Hotel is one of the most distinguished properties in Beijing and has played a key role in the city's history since 1900. Adjacent to the imperial Forbidden City and only 5- minute walk away from Tian'anmen Square -- center of Beijing, the hotel can ensure your comfort and convenience no matter you are taking a tour or on a business trip in Beijing. Combining modernism with Asian charms and Chinese hospitality, the 825 well appointed rooms and suites are able to satisfy the requirements and meet the highest standards of any discerning guests. With a wide variety of meeting and conference venues, catering from 2 to 1000 persons, the Beijing Hotel offers settings for every occasion, and its unique Chinese style banquet hall is truly a place where history has been made as the chosen location for many state functions, political conferences and international meetings. In February 2003 the Beijing Hotel has been honored with the "Five Star Diamond Award" from the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences for its excellent service and facilities.
1 Dong Fang, North Dong Sanhuan Rd, Beijing, China 100027 Tel: 86-010-5865 5000 Fax: 86-010-5865 5800
Hilton Beijing is a modern deluxe 5-Star hotel opened at the end of January 1994. Located in the heart of Beijing's new commercial and diplomatic district with direct access to the airport, the hotel is a refreshing retreat from an intensive day of meetings, shopping or sightseeing. Offering 340 rooms and suites, Hilton Beijing has the cozy atmosphere of a boutique hotel and the reputation for serving the finest selection of food and beverages in town. Hilton Beijing has been recognized for its superior service as one of the best hotels in Beijing in 2000. Its Louisiana Restaurant servicing Southern American food has been awarded twice as "first-rank restaurant in town" in 1996 and 1998.
Unwind in the Hilton Beijing hotel's 22nd-floor Executive Lounge. Do business in one of 4 meeting rooms or the fully equipped business centre or log onto the free wireless internet access in public areas. The hotel is located in the business district, just 20 minutes from the airport and Beijing's attractions. Dine in one of 5 restaurants and bars. Enjoy Asian flavors at the Hilton Beijing hotel's 24-hour Elements restaurant, specialty coffees at Caffè Cino and creative cocktails at Zeta Bar. Play squash, keep fit in the fully equipped gym or drift away with a relaxing sauna and massage at the Hilton Beijing hotel. Discover Beijing attractions from the iconic Tian'anmen Square and red-walled Forbidden City to the Summer Palace's solace. Located in Chaoyang business district, Hilton Beijing hotel has 4 meeting rooms, an Executive Lounge, business center and wireless internet access in public areas. Stay in a Deluxe Room or a light Executive Room with Executive Lounge access. All rooms in the Hilton Beijing hotel have high-speed internet access.
Nestled in the shopping district of Beijing, the Hilton Beijing Wangfujing hotel is located within walking distance of Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Relax after a meeting in the Executive Lounge, which offers views over the city, sample sumptuous Macanese cuisine at Vasco's or simply unwind in the swimming pool and Spa.
Address:1 East Chang An Avenue, Beijing, People's Republic of China 100738 Tel: 86 10 8518 1234 Fax: +86 10 8518 0000 Rates: RMB 1250 ($174) single/double; RMB 2250 ($315) Suite Credit Cards: AmEx, DC, Visa, Mastercard Internet: Wi-Fi internet access Website: beijing.grand.hyatt.com Map of Grand Hyatt Beijing
The Grand Hyatt Beijing is one of the finest hotels in Beijing and indeed China. In the prestigious Oriental Plaza in the centre of Beijing, the hotel is just moments from Tian An Men Square, the Forbidden City, the city centre and the Wang Fu Jing shopping street. The Grand Hyatt Beijing is a modern, elegant hotel, offering the best of both worlds - a subtle blend of Western and Oriental traditions encompassing contemporary hotel design and convenience with classic standards of service and excellence. The hotel also serves some of the best food in town in its restaurant Made in China. The Grand Hyatt Beijing has the Best Pool in Beijing.
Avantgarde superior Hotel in Beijing, China Address: 7 Worker's Stadium West Road, Chao Yang District Transportation: Subway Line 2 at Dongsishitiao or Chanyangmen Website: www.avantgardehotels.com or www.epoquehotels.com
The stylish Hotel G Beijing opened in May 2008 in the Chaoyang District, where bars and restaurants like the Green T. House abound. The design of the 110-room hotel G seems to be inspired by the retro-chic sensibility of the Austin Powers movie series, and guests have a choice of three restaurants: 25 Degrees (upscale burgers and cocktails), Gilt (Mediterranean cuisine) and Morio (Japanese fine dining). There is also a spa. Nightly rates start at about 2,010 yuan, or $289 at 7 yuan to the dollar, through the end of the month, after which the rates will increase to about 2,369 yuan, or $334 at the same exchange rate.
Soaring above the heart of Beijing’s Central Business District, Park Hyatt Beijing (Opening July 2008) will be part of the prestigious Beijing Yintai Centre, the tallest skyscraper on Changan Avenue and a symbol of the new China. Directly opposite the China World Trade Centre and the new CCTV Tower, the hotel is 40 minutes from the Beijing Capital International Airport, 5 minutes from the Embassy District and just 15 minutes from the Forbidden City by car. There will be 237 rooms on floors 37 to 49 in the Park Tower (part of the Beijing Yintai Center). Rates are expected to start at 3,500 yuan.
Escape to a realm of relaxation and rejuvenation at The Westin Beijing, Financial Street. Calm the mind. Excite the senses. Find renewal.
Two towers rise 26 stories high, one with 486 rooms and suites and the other with 194 residences. Spacious guest rooms are a sanctuary with the famous Heavenly Bed®, rainforest shower, and more. The Westin Executive Club provides further indulgences.
Unwind in the Westin Heavenly Spa. Recharge in the WestinWORKOUT® Powered by Reebok Gym. Or refuel in one of our seven restaurants and bars. You can even take a dip in our indoor swimming pool. Children will stay occupied thanks to the Westin Kids Club® .
A total of 1,686 square meters (18,142 square feet) of meeting and banquet space will suit every occasion. All offer state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment, an abundance of natural light, and complimentary wireless High Speed Internet Access. Our experienced and professional convention services manager will ensure that each event is a success and tailored to suit your every need.
An urban sanctuary of 2,094 square meters, the Heavenly Spa by WestinSM draws on modern hydrotherapy and Chinese-inspired philosophy.
Adjacent to the hotel, the Beijing Financial Street Conference Centre boasts an additional 1,808 square meters (20,106 square feet) of meeting and banquet space which can host conferences, trade gatherings, or small meetings.
The Westin Beijing, Financial Street and The Westin Executive Residence are centrally located just minutes from "The Forbidden City" and Tiananmen Square. The city's business, shopping, sightseeing, and entertainment districts are all easily accessible. Beijing international and domestic airport terminals are approximately 40 minutes away and Beijing West Railway Station is just a 20-minute drive.
The Westin Beijing, Financial Street will ensure you are rested, energized, enriched, and renewed.
2. The Westin Beijing, Chaoyang No. 1 Xinyuan Nan Road · Chaoyang District · Beijing, Beijing 100027 · China · Phone: (86)(10) 5922 8888
The new Westin Beijing, Chaoyang will be in a prime position in eastern Beijing with easy access to the Beijing International Airport highway link. The hotel will form part of a large mixed-use complex in Liangma He, which comprises office towers and extensive retail shopping. All 558 guest rooms and suites are oversized and fitted with Westin's signature Heavenly Bed® and Heavenly Shower®, as well as High Speed Internet Access and quality furnishings. Savor local and international delicacies from one of our upscale restaurants or recharge with some refreshments from our lobby bar. Rejuvenate with a visit to our full-service spa where you will enjoy a variety of treatments or relax in our indoor pool. Our business centre will be at your disposal and cater for all business requirements with a wide range of services. The Chaoyang district is home to diplomatic embassies, Beijing's evolving central business district, and the Olympic Park for the 2008 Olympics. The famous Sanlitun Bar Street, with a host of entertainment options, is also nearby. For the business traveler our Business Centre is at your disposal and caters for all business requirements with a wide range of services. Our 10 meeting rooms and 1,525 square metres of meeting and function space will ensure that The Westin Beijing, Chaoyang can cater to any event, large or small. Whether your next visit to Beijing is for business or pleasure, The Westin Beijing, Chaoyang will ensure that your every need is met.
Centrally situated in one of Beijing’s most fashionable areas, and adjacent to the exclusive Shin Kong Place shopping center, as well as J.W. Marriott, The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Central Place is the ultimate luxury destination for travelers en route to the 2008 Olympic Games, or those simply seeking to enjoy the many treasures of this timelessly beautiful city.
From its ideal location in the heart of the thriving commercial district along Chang An Avenue, The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Central Place offers business and leisure travelers such amenities as:
* 305 well-appointed guest rooms and suites * Three exceptional restaurants * 1,245 square meters of high-tech meeting space, including a 700 square meter ballroom
Find yourself at the center of one of the world’s most vibrant financial districts. The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing, Financial Street is an ideal choice for both business and leisure travelers. The sparkling, modern glass and chrome exterior never fails to impress, while our interior exudes elegance and warm hospitality. Cepe, on the ground level, serves the city's best upscale Italian fare.
Located at the intersection of Taipingqiao and Jinchengfangdong, The Ritz-Cartlon, Beijing, Financial Street features:
* 253 well-appointed guest rooms and suites * Three exceptional restaurants serving Chinese, Italian and all-day dining favorites * The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Fitness & Salon offering a variety of beauty treatments and rejuvenating therapies * An expansive health club with fitness center, heated indoor lap pool with Jacuzzi beds, steam and sauna rooms * A hair and nail salon * A multitude of meeting space * Convenient access to world-class shopping, cultural opportunities and entertainment
Directions FROM Beijing Capital International Airport (35 kilometers/22 miles) (40 minutes by car) 1. Proceed to the international arrival gate. 2. Take the Capital Airport Expressway and drive south towards the city center. 3. After about 22km, look out for the Dong Zhi Men bridge whereby you will exit the expressway to enter the Second Ring Road. 4. Continue driving towards west and remain on the Second Ring Road. 5. Take note that while remaining on the Second Ring Road, you will pass: Andingmen > Xizhimen > Fuchengmen 6. Look out for the North Yue Tan bridge whereby you will exit the Second Ring Road to enter Wudinghou Street. 7. At the second traffic light, turn right at Taipingqiao Dajie. 8. The hotel is 200 meters on your right.
The award-winning Shangri-La Hotel, Beijing is a landmark in the western part of the city, close to the financial district, Summer Palace, State Guesthouse, the Beijing Exhibition Hall, Beijing Zoo and 35 kilometers from Beijing Capital Airport. Its location and fine reputation has made it the choice of business and leisure travelers to Beijing, one of the world's oldest cities and the capital of China.
The hotel comprises the 24-storey 528-room Garden Wing and the recently opened, 142-room Valley Wing. The Valley Wing includes the Blu Lobster restaurant (a contemporary restaurant and lounge), a new, state-of-the-art health club which includes a 25-meter heated indoor swimming pool, and a rooftop garden.
The new wing is also home of one of the most luxurious spa facilities in Beijing: Chi, The Spa at Shangri-La. The function spaces feature an expansive Grand Ballroom and 13 elegant multi-purpose function rooms, making the Shangri-La Hotel, Beijing a premier location for conventions and events.
Shangri-La's Kerry Centre Hotel, Beijing 北京嘉里中心饭店 (Jializhongxin Fandian)
The Shangri-La hotel chain opened this palatial, upscale hotel to much fanfare in 1999. Its ultramodern interiors and convenient location close to Beijing's embassy and business district make it an excellent choice for business travelers and anyone who wants to be near shopping. The Forbidden City is a 10- to 15-minute drive away. What really distinguishes it from other glitzy hotels in Beijing is the amazing health club. With a full-service fitness center and spa, a jogging track, squash and tennis courts, and, of course, a pool, it's the health club of choice for expats living in Beijing. Centro, the lobby bar, is arguably the most popular hotel bar in the city. The free wireless Internet throughout the lobby, including in the bar and restaurants, is an added plus.
Shangri-la China World Hotel, Beijing (zhongguo dafandian) 北京中国大饭店
Location: one kilometer from the infamous Silk Market. Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City are located eight kilometers away Address: No 1 Jianguomenwai Avenue, Chaoyang district, Beijing 100004, China T: (86 10) 6505 2266 F: (86 10) 6505 0828 Transportation: Subway line 1 at Guomao Map of China World Hotel Website: www.shangri-la.com/en/property/beijing/chinaworld
The most luxurious hotel in Beijing, and often the choice of visiting heads of state. The Shangri-la China World Hotel is in the heart of the Central Business District (CBD), above a swish China World Shopping Mall and it has arguably the best restaurant in town in Aria.
Top 3 Hotels in China, #1 in Beijing and Mainland China Best Health and Fitness Facilities in Beijng Please note: From November 17, 2007 through June 19, 2008, The St. Regis Beijing will be closed for complete renovation. However, St. Regis Spa, Service Apartment and Restaurant will remain open during this period.
Address: 99 Jinbao Street , Dongcheng District , Beijing 100005 , China Reservations: (1800) 545-4000 US Toll Free (10800) 610-8888 (N China) | (10800) 261-0306 (S China) China Toll Free Telephone: +86 10 8522 1888 Fax: +86 10 8522 1818
Set comfortably between the sleek modernity of the business district and the ancient hutongs of traditional China, The Regent Beijing is in an ideal position to offer a complete experience of Beijing. Strategically located in the heart of the city's prime cultural and commercial district, the hotel is approximately 10 to 15 minutes walk to Wangfujing shopping districts, the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square and 45 minutes drive to the international airport.
Combining great location, world class personalized service and premium facilities amidst a classic contemporary environment; The Regent Beijing sets the new culture in China's dynamic metropolis.
Most Popular Hotel in Beijing (Zagat Survey, 2008) and Best Splurge Hotel in Beijing The Peninsula Beijing 王府半岛酒店 8 Goldfish Lane, Wangfujing, Beijing 100006, People's Republic of China Tel: (86-10) 8516 2888 Fax: (86-10) 6510 6311 Toll Free: 10 800 852 3888 (China North) Toll Free: 10 800 152 3888 (China South) Website:http://beijing.peninsula.com
A large traditional red-and-green Chinese pagoda gate leads into a forecourt, where a central fountain sits in front of the main hotel building. Inside, the lobby is dressed with subtle lights and marbled floors. Skylights bathe the lobby with natural light during the day. An older, well-heeled business and leisure crowd mingle, and small groups gather, in the lobby lounge over drinks and music in the evenings.
The Peninsula’s shopping arcade showcases top brands, such as Chanel, Versace, and Gucci, on three floors. Its terrific Cantonese restaurant, Huang Ting, features antiques dating from the Qing Dynasty, and is styled after courtyards of Beijing’s traditional noble houses. The most innovative Jing, a "modern meets Asian" restaurant, features a walk-in glass wine cellar and open-concept kitchens. Beauty and body care is offered at the Clarins Beauty Institut, which is complemented by an indoor pool and large fitness center.
Address: 16 Donghuamen Dajie, Dongcheng District (on the east side of the legendary Forbidden City) Tel: 010-6525-9988 Transportation: Subway Line 1 at Wangfujing Rates: RMB 1280 ($178) single/double; RMB 2,380 ($331) suite Credit cards: AmEx, DC, MC, V Website: www.hotelkapok.com
Opened in November 2006, Kapok Hotel was Beijing’s first boutique hotel. Designed by the leading Chinese architect Pei Zhu, whose Olympic digital command center looks like a monolithic microchip, it offers spartanly stylish rooms in a five-story minimalist box wrapped in a diaphanous fiberglass grid.
Named “A New Architectural Wonder of China” by Business Week in 2005, The Commune’s stunning architecture and location near the Great Wall make it a perfect place to retreat from the city. The thirteen original villas designed by international architects are often rented for lavish parties. Copies of the homes have been subdivided into more affordable hotel rooms. Managed by kempinski. Anantara Spa at the Commune offers guests a uniquely beautiful setting for indulgent treatments.
Named one of World's best new hotels in 2008 by Telegraph Media Group Swire Hotels to open First Luxury New Hotel in Beijing in Summer 2008 - The Opposite House Address: 10/F Centre Foreign Plaza, 6A GongTi BeiLu, Chaoyang District Phone: 010-6536-0601 Website: www.theoppositehouse.com
Swire Hotels’ first boutique hotel, the 99-room Opposite House at the Village at Sanlitun, in Bejing, is the first hotel by renowned avant-garde Japanese architect Kengo Kuma (his projects including LVMH group headquarters and the Suntory Museum in Tokyo) and creative Shanghai-based designers Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu. The name, The Opposite House, is derived from a translation of a Chinese word "瑜舍" (guesthouse), which historically described the building located opposite the main house in a courtyard where esteemed guests would stay. The hotel’s exterior, a striking emerald glass, is in keeping with the stunning glass exteriors of The Village at Sanlitun, one of Beijing’s premier open-plan shopping and entertainment destinations, of which The Opposite House is an integral part. Among the hotel’s many striking features, a stainless-steel-clad swimming pool is designed to dramatically reflect both natural light and exciting fibre optic lighting. Guest rooms meanwhile are strikingly open and simple with natural brushed oak floors, furniture and even bathtubs, with subtle touches of Chinese décor to evoke a sense of place in Beijing. The hotel’s 99 rooms will include 10 spacious suites which will be amongst the largest in Beijing with more than half being over 70 sqm. All guest rooms will be strikingly simple with natural wooden floors and subtle touches of Chinese décor, lending each one a sense of place. The Opposite House has eliminated the check-in counter and will greet guests at their cars and escort them to their rooms, producing keycards with a handheld unit.
Location: 83 Jianguo Lu, Chaoyang District Phone: 010-5908-6688, 888-236-2427(US) Transportation: Subway Line 1 at Dawanglu Website: www.marriott.com/bjsjw
Located in the central business district, the 5-star JW Marriott Hotel in Beijing is part of the China Central Place, an awe-inspiring complex featuring offices, shopping and residential towers. Opened in November 2007, this business- oriented hotel is wired for today with high-speed Internet, iPod docking stations in each room and oversized flat-screen TVs. Rooms are light and airy with plush bedding and contemporary bathrooms with their own flat-screen TVs. Three exquisite restaurants (Asia Bistro (Asian), CRU Steakhouse and Pinot Brasserie (French)) and two lounges (Lobby Lounge and Loong Bar) are perfect for dining and catching up with family and colleagues. After a busy day, relax in the indoor swimming pool and steam room, pamper yourself at QUAN Spa and visit the 24-hour gym for an invigorating workout. The exclusive Shin Kong Place and China Central Place shopping malls are adjacent.
Address:70 Yanyue Hutong, Dongcheng District Phone: 010-6512-8020 Price； $173 for standard room Wi-Fi internet access Website: www.hotelcotecoursl.com
For some hotelgoers no feat of modern design and engineering can compete with the charm of Beijing’s traditional courtyard houses. Mostly dating to the Qing Dynasty (1644 to 1911), many of the siheyuans, as they are called, have been the lamentable casualties of the city’s hyperactive bulldozers. Luckily, a precious handful have been preserved as guesthouses, and perhaps one of the finest, is this one. Painstakingly restored and stylishly renovated, it is a rambling, 14-room sanctum of Venetian plaster, glass mosaic tiles and Chinese antiques set among courtyards replete with a lily pond and century-old date tree.
Address: 15 Gongmenqian Street, East gate of Summer Palace, Haidian District Beijing 100091 China 北京市海淀区颐和园宫门前街15号 Phone: (86) 10 5987 9999, 1 800 477 9180(in US) fax: (86) 10 5987 9900 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Features: 18 rooms, 33 suites, doubles starts at $480 Website: www.amanresorts.com
Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing, a new upscale hotel opened in late September 2008, occupies a cluster of 100-year- old courtyard dwellings just outside the East Gate of the famous Summer Palace, about 10 miles northwest of Beijing’s Forbidden City.
The hotel is small, with 18 rooms and 33 suites decorated in burnished clay tile and exposed wood beams. There are three restaurants, a spa and pool. Rates for doubles start around $480.
Address: 33 Qihelou Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China Location: Centrally located in a very quiet and traditional area in Beijing. In walking distance to the Forbidden City, Tian An Men Square and Wangfujing Shopping Street. Distance to Beijing Capital International Airport 26 km (45 minutes). Phone:010-6526-5566 Accommodation: 46 room, eight suites and one Emperor Suite Rates: Deluxe room(one double bed, US$187), Superior Suite(one double bed, US$339) Website: www.theemperor.com.cn
This 55-room boutique hotel enjoys fabulous location opposite the east wall of the Forbidden City. It's also the only boutique hotel in China to be a member of the Design Hotels network. What really makes it stand apart though is the fabulous rooftop terrace.
Area: Houhai & the North Address: 9 Dongsi Liutiao, Dongcheng district, Beijing 东城区东四六条9号 Phone: 010-8401-8886 Rates: RMB 1,162 single; RMB 1,548 double Transportation: Subway Line 2 at Dongsishidiao or Bus No. 823,115,113, get off at Dong Si Shi Tiao Station Website: www.redcapitalclub.com.cn/residence.html
Beijing's first boutique courtyard hotel is located in a carefully restored, traditional Chinese courtyard house in historically preserved Dongsi Hutong. Each of the five rooms is decorated with antiques and according to a different theme, including the "Chairman's Suite," the two "Concubines' Private Courtyards," and the two "Author's Suites" (one inspired by Edgar Snow, an American journalist who lived in Beijing in the 1930s and 1940s, and the other by Han Suyin, a famous novelist). The bathrooms are modern, and all rooms have satellite television. There is also a cigar lounge where you can sit on original furnishings used by China's early revolutionary leaders, as well as a wine bar in a Cultural Revolution-era bomb shelter. Special arrangements can also be made for guests to tour Beijing at night in Madame Mao's Red Flag limousine. The Red Capital Residence offers a continental breakfast; for other meals take the hotel pedicab to the nearby Red Capital Club, a sister establishment also set in a restored courtyard home.
Address: 24 Xiaoshi Qiao Hutong, Xicheng District, Beijing 西城区旧鼓楼大街小石桥24号 Phone: 010-6403-2229 Room Information: 44 units Rates: ¥580-¥680 ($77-$91/£39-£45) standard room (discounts rare) Transportation: Subway Line 2 at Guloudajie (exit B) Website: www.bbgh.com.cn
Said to be the former residence of the infamous Qing dynasty eunuch, Li Lianying, Bamboo Garden was the first major courtyard-style hotel in Beijing and is among the most beautiful. It's slightly more luxurious than the Lusong Yuan , but with less character. Rooms border three different-size courtyards; each filled with rock gardens, clusters of bamboo, and covered corridors. Standard rooms in two multi-story buildings at opposite ends of the complex are decorated with Ming-style furniture and traditional lamps that cast pleasant shadows on the high ceilings. A restaurant looks out over the rear courtyard.
This elegant, traditional hotel, housed in two buildings (one that dates to the 1900s and one that's a modern tower), has the city's most enviable location steps from Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and Wangfujiang's shopping. Rooms are swathed in romantic chintzes, oriental rugs and French furnishings but include contemporary touches like flat-screen TVs and DVD players on request. The staff is professional and accommodating and will do anything from providing a perfect cup of earl grey in the secluded, turn-of-the-century-inspired La Vie to providing a personalized wake-up call with fresh coffee on demand. guests can lounge in the classic Writers Bar (named for the many famous authors who have stayed at the hotel) or dine at jaan, the acclaimed on site French restaurant. The hotel's fitness center is considered one of the capital city's best.
Address: Building E, 27 Central North 4th Ring Road (only 180m far from Water Cube and 500m to Bird Nest Stadium), Chaoyang District, Beijing Chinese Address: 北京市朝阳区北四环中路27号 Phone: 010-5877-7777 Opened in Dec. 2008 Website: www.panguplaza.com
To the west of the Bird's Nest and the Water Cube in the Olympic Green of Beijing there is a white dragon - a five- building complex known as Pangu Plaza.
Carefully designed to be reminiscent of the fabled creature, its head faces south and its tail north, with a three-building body in the middle. The tail of the complex is the newly opened Pangu 7 Star Hotel Beijing that invites guests to stay at the pinnacle of luxury.