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Holiday Inn Express Beijing Dongzhimen, an IHG Hotel, hotel in Beijing

Holiday Inn Express Beijing Dongzhimen, an IHG Hotel

Hotel in Dongcheng, Beijing

Ideally located in the embassy area, Holiday Inn Express is around a 15-minute walk from the popular Sanlitun Bar Street. It provides modern rooms with free internet.

8.8
Fabulous
1,492 reviews
Price from£79.09per night
Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven, an IHG Hotel, hotel in Beijing

Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven, an IHG Hotel

Hotel in Xicheng, Beijing

Holiday Inn Express is a 20-minute walk from Tao Ran Ting Station Line 4. It offers modern accommodation with free parking and free Wi-Fi in all areas.

7.9
Good
672 reviews
Price from£62.12per night
Novotel Beijing Peace, hotel in Beijing

Novotel Beijing Peace

Hotel in Dongcheng, Beijing

Centrally located in Wangfujing shopping area, Novotel Beijing Peace is only a 6-minute walk from Dengshikou Subway Station (Line 5) and a 13-minute walk from Dongdan Subway Station (Line 1).

7.6
Good
649 reviews
Price from£83.72per night
Sunworld Hotel Wangfujing, hotel in Beijing

Sunworld Hotel Wangfujing

Hotel in Dongcheng, Beijing

Ideally located in the heart of the bustling Wangfujing Commercial Area, Sunworld Hotel is surrounded by plenty of well-known shopping malls and stylish restaurants.

8.4
Very good
208 reviews
Price from£74.16per night
Zhong An Hotel Beijing, hotel in Beijing

Zhong An Hotel Beijing

Hotel in Dongcheng, Beijing

Beijing Zhong An Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Beijing Railway Station. It features a 24-hour front desk and rooms with en suite bathrooms. Free WiFi and free parking are provided.

8.7
Fabulous
120 reviews
Price from£55.32per night
Howard Johnson Paragon Hotel Beijing, hotel in Beijing

Howard Johnson Paragon Hotel Beijing

Hotel in Dongcheng, Beijing

The Howard Johnson Paragon Hotel Beijing is situated in Beijing's East Chang'an Avenue, opposite and a 5-minute walk from Beijing Railway Station (also the subway station).

8.5
Very good
277 reviews
Price from£88.44per night
Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing, hotel in Beijing

Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing

Hotel in Dongcheng, Beijing

Modern luxury can be enjoyed at Park Plaza Wangfujing Beijing, within 13 minutes' drive of Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.

8.7
Fabulous
474 reviews
Price from£134.53per night
Beijing Double Happiness Courtyard Hotel, hotel in Beijing

Beijing Double Happiness Courtyard Hotel

Hotel in Dongcheng, Beijing

Housed in a quadrangle compound with a history of over 200 years, Beijing Double Happiness Courtyard Hotel is the perfect spot offering a unique, traditional Chinese-style living experience in...

9.2
Superb
299 reviews
Price from£125.40per night
Happy Dragon Alley Hotel-In the city center with big window&heater, ticket service&food recommendation,Near Tian Anmen Forbiddencity,Near Lama temple,Easy to walk to NanluoAlley&Shichahai, hotel in Beijing

Happy Dragon Alley Hotel-In the city center with big window&heater, ticket service&food recommendation,Near Tian Anmen Forbiddencity,Near Lama temple,Easy to walk to NanluoAlley&Shichahai

Hotel in Dongcheng, Beijing

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.

8.5
Very good
266 reviews
Price from£93.14per night
Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Beijing Wangfujing, hotel in Beijing

Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Beijing Wangfujing

Hotel in Dongcheng, Beijing

Ideally located in the heart of the bustling Wangfujing Commercial Area, Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Beijing is surrounded by plenty of popular shopping malls and stylish restaurants.

7.9
Good
146 reviews
Price from£97.27per night
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Beijing's best hotels with breakfast

  • HUALUXE Beijing Xinan
    Breakfast options

    Situated in Beijing, 11 km from Tiananmen Square, HUALUXE Beijing Xinan features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking.

    9.0
    Superb · 10 reviews
  • Beijing Yun-zen Jinling Lotus Hotel
    Breakfast options

    Located in Beijing and with Qianmen Street reachable within 7.3 km, Beijing Yun-zen Jinling Lotus Hotel provides concierge services, non-smoking rooms, a fitness centre, free WiFi throughout the...

    9.0
    Superb · 6 reviews
  • The PuXuan Hotel and Spa
    Breakfast options

    Located on Wangfujing Street, The PuXuan Hotel and Spa is around a 10-minute drive to The Forbidden City, Jingshan Park and shopping district.

    房間夠大整體清潔,設計好有心思👍服務員態度非常好和細心,早餐美味超贊😋房間內的食品飲品費用全免,還有下午茶享用😄房價絕對超值😎

    9.2
    Superb · 70 reviews
  • Hyatt Regency Beijing Wangjing
    Breakfast options

    Surrounded by urban greenery, Hyatt Regency Beijing Wangjing is located in Wangjing SOHO. Wangjing Subway Station (Line 15) is around an 18-minute walk away.

    it’s cozy and gives feeling of home feels like so close to nature

    9.1
    Superb · 83 reviews
  • Cours Et Pavillons
    Breakfast options

    Cours Et Pavillons is located in the central Beijing. The hotel features a perfect combination of antique traditional courtyard houses with modern facilities equipment. Free WiFi access is available.

    9.5
    Exceptional · 8 reviews
  • Rosewood Beijing
    Breakfast options

    As the first China property for Rosewood Hotels & Resorts®, Rosewood Beijing takes contemporary sophistication to new heights.

    跟老婆在一起五年,这是第二次周年纪念在瑰丽过的。前台接待的同事crystal很贴心,送了小礼品。一次很愉快的入住体验。

    9.0
    Superb · 35 reviews
  • Waldorf Astoria Beijing
    Breakfast options

    Waldorf Astoria Beijing artfully blends rich Chinese tradition and modern sophistication along the prestigious Jinyu Hutong in Wangfujing.

    Staff were amazing and couldn’t be any more attentive. Fantastic

    9.0
    Superb · 94 reviews
  • Xinxiang Yayuan Beijing Sihe courtyard with sky garden terrace Near Tiananmen Square Forbidden City Wangfujing Pedestrian Street and the subway
    Breakfast options

    Beijing Xinxiang Yayuan Courtyard is located in Yanle Hutong, a 10-minute walk from Wangfujing. It is a surprise hidden in the ancient Beijing Hutong.

    All staff were kind and friendly, so I had a very comfortable stay.

    9.8
    Exceptional · 16 reviews

Budget hotels in Beijing

Hotels located in the centre of Beijing

FAQs about hotels in Beijing

From Chinese Dynasties to Cultural Dynamics

A world-renowned gem, sprawling Beijing has magnificent monuments and peaceful parks. At its heart is the world’s largest square - Tiananmen, surrounded by important museums and the amazing Forbidden City. This 15th-century, walled complex of palaces neighbours Jingshan Park and Beihai Park with its imperial garden.

Opposite Tiananmen Square is the ultra-modern National Centre for Perfoming Arts, a beacon of the city’s culture so impressively displayed at the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the Bird’s Nest Stadium.

To its east is the UNESCO World-Heritage listed Summer Palace, a lakeside retreat of emperors, while also UNESCO listed is the grand Temple of Heaven in Chongwen district, where remnants of Ming dynasty city walls are visible. Nearby are several hutongs, narrow alleys whose traditional architecture contrasts with wider, modern roads including Beijing Financial Street, the city's business area.

The most popular Beijing shopping street is Wangfujing, and other must-see sights include the giant pandas at Beijing Zoo and the Great Wall of China, an easy day trip from Beijing.

As you would expect from the capital of the world’s most populous country, there are a good number of 5-star hotels in Beijing on Booking.com, mainly in the Dongcheng and Chaoyang districts. There are also several hotels near Beijing Capital Airport in the north-east.

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What guests said about Beijing:

  • 6.0

    Travel in winter means all taxes & restaurant are smokey.

    Travel in winter means all taxes & restaurant are smokey. I wish I know that to start. Restaurants do not offer tea in pot but water only, disappointing. Still would travel in Beijing, perhaps in autumn when is not cold and smokey in doors.
    Chris & Yingchun
    New Zealand
  • 10

    It is important to know that google doesn't work.

    It is important to know that google doesn't work. Iphones go better there. It is recommended to download wechat or alipay, is the easiest way to pay. The food is amazing, you have to try everything.
    Gustavo
    Ecuador
  • 8.0

    Exploring Beijing was an absolute marvel!

    Exploring Beijing was an absolute marvel! This city, steeped in over a thousand years of history, unfolded before me like a captivating story. From hidden secrets of the past to the vibrant pulse of modern life, Beijing is a treasure trove of experiences waiting to be uncovered. Wandering through the ancient alleyways, I discovered the rich tapestry of Beijing's past. The Forbidden City and the Great Wall stood as silent witnesses to centuries gone by, offering a profound connection to the city's historical legacy. Beijing's culinary scene was equally enchanting. Street food stalls and traditional teahouses beckoned, offering a delightful journey through a myriad of flavors. Each dish seemed to carry a piece of the city's cultural heritage, making every meal a unique and memorable experience. Beyond its historical and gastronomic wonders, Beijing pulsated with the vibrant energy of a modern metropolis. Bustling markets, serene parks, and the juxtaposition of ancient traditions against a modern backdrop created an atmosphere of dynamism and excitement. In a nutshell, visiting Beijing was an incredible adventure, a perfect blend of ancient charm and contemporary allure. The city's hidden secrets, rich history, diverse cuisine, and vibrant spirit made every moment an exploration into the heart of China's capital
    Mark Somshor
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0

    The Mutianyu great wall was good.

    The Mutianyu great wall was good. Our hotel manager got us a rented car with a driver for the day.(750 Yuan). We left at 0900 and reached at 1030. There you need to buy a ticket for a shuttle bus to the cable car station. A hike is possible, but it's 3km uphill to the cbale car station. The ticket inclused the shuttle bus and cable car ride. We travelled up to tower 14 with a cable car, and then walked down to tower 5 for the toboggan ride back. Both transports are run by different companies, and the signs are not in english. Each company will try and persuade you to take only their rides up and down from the same tower. What we did cost more, but we got to walk the wall. And since it was downwards, it was a walk that's possible even for the elderly.
    A
    Aaron
    Malaysia
  • 10

    This is an amazingly modern city with beautiful attractions...

    This is an amazingly modern city with beautiful attractions and incredible array of events. I loved the food, the welcoming people. The summer palace was so beautiful. Near to this hotel is the Temple of Heaven which wonderful to see.
    David
    France
  • 10

    Excellent sight seeing, especially the Great Wall, Forbidden...

    Excellent sight seeing, especially the Great Wall, Forbidden City Tiananmen Square. We were one of the first western tour groups since before Covid and were so warmly welcomed by local people who were so friendly and wanted to take selfies with us. We had a wonderful trip.
    Debbie

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Beijing

  • From £122.01 per night
    8.2
    Very good · 79 reviews
    Whenever I'm in Beijing, this is my go-to hotel. It's located fairly close to a lot of shopping malls and it's in walking distance (around 700 m)from Shuangjing station, which can take you to the Universal Studios park (take line 7) by a really low price as the park is located quite far away from the city. Also, the breakfast is by far the best that I've had compared to the ones offered by different hotels across China, so i would definitely recommend paying for it.
    Arjleonardo
    Brazil
  • From £43.61 per night
    9.1
    Superb · 92 reviews
    Great views of the old section of the Great Wall from the guesthouse. Super local food. Short wall to the Lakeside Great Wall which is open to tourists but still beautiful, quiet and picturesque. Staff in hotel were very helpful, especially in arranging a private car from the guesthouse to Beijing airport. Lovely back garden with pool table and other play equipment that kept children entertained.
    Julian
    China
  • From £54.04 per night
    8.6
    Fabulous · 179 reviews
    The hotel is Hilton standard as good as it can be in China. But what beyond my expectation is a staff name Aria, she helped me with the shuttle, check out and even sending me packages which is not even her job, and to be honest it's rare to find Chinese staff who is willing to help you like this. I'm so blessed and thankful with her help, my short stay at this hotel is better because of her. :)
    Paweethida
    Thailand
  • From £149.48 per night
    8.7
    Fabulous · 474 reviews
    Very close to the metro (1mn) and walking distance to Wangfujing (5/10mn). Convenient store in front of the hotel, good breakfast. Fair value/price given the location. Front desk staff speaks good English (which is far from being a standard in China, even at international brands properties). They provide lots of water bottles throughout the stay.
    Sonysan
    France
  • From £77.53 per night
    8.6
    Fabulous · 60 reviews
    One of the best accommodations I have stayed in China, hotel rooms look very new, breakfast had a lot of variety, Chinese style and also Western options, the staff was friendly and polite. The nearest subway station is Dongsi, approximately 10min walk. Definitely a recommended option to stay in Beijing!
    Jordi
    Spain
  • From £166.55 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 153 reviews
    The hotel was in one of the 'hutong' zones with original hutong buildings rather than the characterless high rise blocks of flats. Very friendly staff and close to lots of very good restaurants with reasonable priced menus. Close to the Beijing tourist sites eg Forbidden City
    Stephen
    United Kingdom
  • From £111.15 per night
    8.2
    Very good · 225 reviews
    A good shower and comfy bed. This hotel used to be near the south Beijing railway station although the station had been moved to a new location. With heavy traffic now the norm in Beijing I would leave at least two hours to get to the southern railway station from this hotel.
    James
    Saudi Arabia
  • From £85.36 per night
    8.9
    Fabulous · 104 reviews
    The hotel is very nice, seems brand new, and the staff is helpful. The airport shuttle picked us up from the airport, and then dropped us off there at 5am the next morning for our flight. The hotel is just 5 minutes from the airport on their shuttle.
    Timothy
    China
  • From £107.11 per night
    9.1
    Superb · 260 reviews
    I have always enjoyed this rather special property. It’s my last day at the orchid before going home I’m leaving China. I wanted one last visit before I left. I’ve been there many times before and truly enjoyed the hotel and special hutong area
    Kristine
    Hong Kong
  • From £97.63 per night
    8.5
    Very good · 29 reviews
    The staffs are so nice and warm,I forgot sth in the hotel and they sent me to my new hotel personally,which is so nice! Living in the old Chinese huton and immerse yourself in the old Beijing atmosphere!
    PENGMIN
    Taiwan
  • From £186.02 per night
    8.8
    Fabulous · 145 reviews
    Near a few shopping malls so it's easy to get food outside. Beijing intl Airport is 40 mins away if no jam. Hotel room is clean n spacious n well equipped. Multiple international plug.. very convenient.
    ai hwa
    Singapore
  • From £98.53 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 259 reviews
    Was one of my best stays in Beijing very near to Subway station and shopping center,a lots of restaurants .The hotel looks very modern and the staff was great ,definitely I will come back soon !
    Ioan
    United Kingdom
  • From £114.98 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 166 reviews
    One of my usual hubs in Beijing. Excellent location, great, helpful staff, full-size swimming pool (very rare in China), enormous gym, a Jacuzzi that brings people together.
    GaborH
    Hungary
  • From £98.61 per night
    9.0
    Superb · 31 reviews
    Very good hotel. The rooms was very clean and nice and safety. All staff members are very friendly and professional Perfect locution in Beijing Sure I will back ! :)
    I. 🇮🇹
    Italy
  • From £90.40 per night
    8.8
    Fabulous · 1,493 reviews
    Clean comfy hotel, friendly and helpful staff, we took cabs to all major attractions in Beijing which easy and affordable… excellent breakfast , good value for money
    HUA
    Australia
  • From £62.35 per night
    7.7
    Good · 138 reviews
    Breakfast is acceptable. Thanks to the front desk, I could get 1 room upgraded. Airport is close to the hotel and we could get to the airport in a short time.
    Peggy
    Singapore
  • From £102.78 per night
    8.5
    Very good · 13 reviews
    Great hotel in the business part of Beijing! good standard of hotel at a relatively inexpensive price. There are many restaurants and shops nearby.
    Sierhai
    Belarus
  • From £120.54 per night
    8.6
    Fabulous · 90 reviews
    The hotel was super accommodating! I had an injury that made it hard for me to go upstairs, and they helped us to change to a ground floor room.
    Jenny
    United States
  • From £126.01 per night
    8.7
    Fabulous · 248 reviews
    Staff was friendly when engaged and the property is convenient to the Chaoyang area of Beijing.
    Marc
    China
  • From £88.53 per night
    9.4
    Superb · 419 reviews
    if transiting through Beijing Daxing AirPort reall
    Nomin
    Mongolia

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