We offer you budget-conscious hostels such as Beijing Heyuan Courtyard International Hostel with room rate starting with 40£ or Confucious International Hostel with only 35£. In case you're on a tight budget, stay at Chang Yard Hotel, which is a 10-minute walk from Temple of the White Dagoba . Just outside the city center, the district of Xicheng district offers an array of budget accommodations, such as Saint Angel Hotel or Industry And Commercial.
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Where to stay in Beijing?
Best cheap hotels in Beijing
Beijing airports & Underground stations
A number of hotels are in the vicinity of Beijing Capital Int. Airport, including Greentree Inn Beijing Capital Airport New International Exhibition Center Express Hotel and Capital Airport Hotel. Novotel Beijing Xinqiao is a great option located 5 minutes walk from Chongwenmen metro station that also offers a sauna, a Jacuzzi and lawn tennis. Harmony Hotel is an elegant hotel that will put you less than a 10-minute walk from Beijing East railway station.
Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
Beijing Intl Business Hotel News Plaza will put you within a 10-minute walk of the city center and is located in Beijing CBD district. New World Beijing Hotel puts you within easy walking distance of a shopping mall and commercial centres and offers an indoor swimming pool, a rooftop terrace and a private swimming pool. Look out for deals at hotels in Fengtai district including the 4-star Beijing Guizhou Hotel and Xin Xing Hotel.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Beijing
Kingrand is a stylish choice that will put you within short distance of National Museum Of China and it's located in Hai Dian district. Hotels including Changbaishan International and Beijing Sihe Courtyard Hotel offer high-end facilities and access to a Jacuzzi and cycling. Metropark Lido Hotel Beijing offers a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi as well as an unbeatable comfort of a chain hotel.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Beijing Templeside Lianlian Hutong Guest House is an affordable apartment for families located next to Gate of Heavenly Peace, with room rates from 40£. To explore gardens and parks, choose a snug Somerset Grand Fortune Garden next to ChaoYang GuiHua YiShuGuan. For the best business deals, look in Dongcheng district, where you will find 7 Days Inn Beijing Dongsi with room rates from 36£. Make sure to choose Grand View Garden near Buddhist?Books?and Culture Relics Museum of China - a top-rated resort with views of the park.
How to Find the Best Beijing Hotels with Hotelmix.co.uk
If you are looking for a comfortable accommodation for your next travel in Beijing, China we are happy to offer you the best Beijing hotel deals. From the imperial splendour of its Forbidden City to gleaming landmarks of modern architecture such as the Bird's Nest and the 44-storey CCTV Building, Beijing is a place of bold contrasts, where the old and new rub shoulders in ways that are constantly surprising. It's a city that offers iconic sights, an infectious energy and a dizzying choice of cuisine. With competitive deals on a large variety of best cheap hotels in Beijing, Hotelmix.co.uk is the website to use if you're looking for somewhere to stay in China's capital. We allow you to search according to your own priorities, be it price, spaciousness or location. Unbiased user reviews give you the inside scoop on matters such as customer service and amenities, and with our selection of photos, you can even check that the décor is to your liking. We are trying to help you make the best choice and select the finest Beijing lodging.
What to Explore in Beijing?
A maze of wooden buildings spread across 720,000 square metres, the Forbidden City will probably be top of your list of places to go after arriving at one of Beijing hotel room - marvel at the the Dragon Throne, the Hall of Supreme Harmony and the bejewelled Buddhas. For a sense of the city's past, explore the hutong, narrow alleyways full of rickshaws and street vendors. To see the trendy side of Beijing, go shopping in the hip, eclectic Gulou district or head to 798 Art District for the best of the city's contemporary art scene. Famed for its colourful makeup, the Peking Opera is a treat for anyone interested in 'quyi', Chinese performing arts. And to decompress after all this excitement, spend some time learning about the serene joys of classical Chinese gardening at Ritan Park and the Garden of Prince Gong's Mansion. Just book your best hotel in Beijing and start exploring all these interesting places!
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Beijing
The capital's cuisine is intoxicatingly varied and packed with flavour, and three words you'll want to be armed with as you head out to dinner during your stay in Beijing, China are 'bula' (mild), 'la' (spicy) and 'mala' (very spicy). In the Donghuamen Night Market you'll see street barbecues doing a brisk trade, serving everything from chicken and mushrooms to starfish and seahorses to hungry punters. The best place to start, though, is with key staples of the Beijing diet such as noodles or a platter of dumplings stuffed with pork or prawns and eaten with chopsticks. Between meals, work up an appetite by exploring the city on bike - Beijing is full of bicycle lanes, and pedalling slowly on two wheels is an ideal way of seeing the hutong. For more information on Beijing hotel deals and accommodations in Beijing use our website.