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Beijing Boutique Hotels

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Boutique Hotels That Guests Love in Beijing
  • I liked the design of the room and the building and the vicinity to the forbidden city and other streets.

  • This is a boutique hotel. The hotel decoration is beautiful. A mixte of modern Chinese and contemporary art. I had a single room. Small but comfortable. I appreciated the basket of fruit and the daily water bottle. The hotel even provides an espresso machine in the room. I will come back for sure!

  • Great location - close to Qianmen pedestrian street, close to Tianmen square and Forbidden city. The subway is 10 min walk from the Hotel. The room was good enough, clean and warm. The hotel is in an old building, I enjoyed the traditional Chinese design!

  • Excellent overall experience! A beautiful design hotel, amazing staff, calm, minimal atmosphere, geat restaurant and excellent location. Thoroughly recommendable

  • "Cheap and cheerful" meets boutique hotel at the Yoyo, where the little design touches make a stay special. For the price you pay here, it's rare to find such attention to detail. Loved the flags and fairy lights on the way in and wall-sized photos of the Forbidden City canals in the rooms.

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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