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  • The hotel has a lovely ambience, and provides a genuine experience of traditional Chinese design. The location is great - easy walking distance from the Forbidden Palace. The staff were very helpful and made a genuine effort to ensure that my short stay was very well spent. I would specially like to thank Denny at the front desk for her excellent advice, and going out of her way to make sure I enjoyed my time in Beijing.

  • Hotel Nostalgia is more or less located between the Lama Temple and the Confucius Temple. It is in an old part of Beijing i.e not bulldozed for high rise buildings. The hotel is not located on the street but situated in the back of a little square which houses also young designers and artists also a restaurant and two bars are active but not noisy.

  • Great hotel! Unique in design. Front of the house staff very attentive, nice breakfast. If back to Beijing definitely stay there again

  • Staffs here in Rosewood are all friendly. They always meet our requirements by using the effortless way for us. Decorations are well designed, and size of the room is bigger than most of the hotels in Beijing.

  • This hotel is just amazing, definitely goes into my top 3 globally. The design is contemporary oriental, done to perfection. The rooms have huge bathtubs for couples. The food and service is impeccable, plus, the Mei bar is one of the go-to places in Beijing. It's a 10/10 for us!

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Indigo Mall
Indigo is built by Swire Properties – the Hong Kong property company behind the trendy Sanlitun Village and Opposite House. This impressive portfolio shines through in Indigo's design: it too boasts a contemporary façade and spacious interior. But it's not just the architecture that gives the impression that this mall is a notch above the rest, everything from the selection of businesses to the design of their marketing materials stand out. Occupying 86,000 square meters of retail space and another 55,000 square meters dedicated to office space, Indigo is no small fish to jump into the commercial ocean of Beijing. Some 200 retailers are expected to open shop there when the mall officially opens sometime this September. At the time of writing, a number of shops, restaurants, beauty salons and entertainment facilities were already open for business.
18 Jiuxianqiao Lu, Chaoyang District