Beijing hotels

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Low Season February
High Season March
  Average price (weeknight): C$ 145
  Average price (weekend night): C$ 136

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Top tips for finding the perfect Beijing hotel

Visit the Forbidden City, a huge palace dating back to the Ming dynasty in which the royalty of China up to the Qing dynasty resided. Today it is a World Heritage Site and one of the most popular destinations for tourists. Hosted inside is the Palace Museum, exhibiting imperial Chinese art. Choose the Hotel Ascott Raffles City Beijing, nestled at the Meridian Gate, the entrance into the Forbidden City. The aparthotel offers luxurious apartments and a pool. A cheaper alternative is the Palace Hotel Forbidden City, a 3-star hotel located a 10-minute walk from the site.
To explore one of the most iconic religious sites, visit the Temple of Heaven, situated in the southeast of the city. The temple dates back to the Ming dynasty and the RJ Brown Hotel Beijing places you a 15-minute walk through the park from the temple. The 3-star hotel features breakfast, a bar and free Wi-Fi. Jun'an Hotel is a 4-star alternative, equally close but on the other side of the park encasing the temple.
Culture lovers will appreciate a visit to the National Museum of China, not far from Tiananmen Square, the Mausoleum and The Great Hall of People, so all cultural tastes are catered to. China Great Hall Hotel is situated amidst these cultural treats, about 7 minutes from Tiananmen Square and 15 minutes from the National Museum. Capital Hotel is a posh upmarket choice, about 15-20 minutes from the museum and Tiananmen Square.
Wangfujing in the Dongcheng District is the most famous shopping street in Beijing where travellers will find department stores, authentic tea stores as and a diverse range of food in the snack street. The luxurious Beijing Hotel is located in the pedestrian area of the street, opposite the Palaeolithic Museum. Only three cross streets further down is snack street, where visitors can enjoy delectable delicacies. Further north of the street is the Novotel Beijing Peace, a 4-star choice with chic rooms and close vicinity to all the amenities and shops Wangfujing has to offer.
One major reason travellers come to Beijing is, of course, The Great Wall, located in the north of the city. Choose the Mutianyu Great Wall section, as it is most popular with children and allows all members of the family to enjoy this mesmerising site. There is a cable car going up and a toboggan to get down again, great fun for young and old alike. To be close to this section of the wall, consider the Sunrise Kempinski Hotel, an upmarket choice situated in the wild nature of China, about a 45-minute drive from the wall. If you want to get the best out of Beijing city and the wall, opt for the ibis Kunming, which puts you about 1 hour to the wall and Beijing city centre by car.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Beijing

How much is a cheap hotel in Beijing?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Beijing for as cheap as C$ 12 in the last 3 days. The average price is C$ 163.
How much is a hotel in Beijing for this weekend?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Beijing hotels for this weekend for as low as C$ 28 per night. Users have also found 3-star hotels from C$ 41 and 4-star hotels from C$ 70.
Which are the most popular Beijing neighborhoods to stay in?
Hotels in Chaoyang, Xicheng and Haidian have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Beijing's different neighborhoods, check out our Beijing's City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Which hotels in Beijing are close to Beijing International Airport?
The Days Hotel Beijing New Exhibition Center is only a 7-minute drive from the airport and boasts a business area with banquet and meeting facilities. It also features modern rooms and breakfast. A cheaper option would be the Greentree Inn Beijing Capital Airport Second Express Hotel, also 7 minutes by car from the airport.
Which are 5-star hotels in Beijing?
Beijing is dotted with high-end luxury hotels, including the Beijing Prime Hotel Wangfujing, where you will be met with the best service available. The 5-star hotel features a swimming pool, gym and spa area, as well as a restaurant. Sunworld Dynasty Hotel Beijing is an equally impressive choice, also with a pool and gym, as well as a bar.
Which are cheap hotels in Beijing?
Budget-conscious visitors should consider the Beijing Zhong An Hotel, a laid-back, low-key hotel in Dongcheng with simple rooms and free Wi-Fi. Leo Hostel is another cheap choice with bunk beds and a cosy living area.
Which hotels in Beijing have facilities for disabled guests?
Spring Time Hostel features facilities for disabled guests as well as an airport shuttle, free Wi-Fi and a bar on site. Inner Mongolia Grand Hotel is a 4-star alternative, also with disability facilities and a spa area, bar and complimentary breakfast.

Where to stay in Beijing?

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Best Beijing hotels

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9.4 Excellent (3,924 reviews)
Pro " Spacious rooms "
Con " Bar staff didn't know Sazerac and asked me to Google how to make it, then gave me an Old Fashioned and tried to pass it on as a Sazerac. "
C$ 279
9.4 Excellent (3,271 reviews)
Pro " The rooms, the service - the concierges were all excellent. "
Con " Some of the day trips were extremely expensive - I expect a markup for the 4S but some of the prices quoted were crazy! "
C$ 346
9.4 Excellent (3,010 reviews)
Pro " Excellent staff with many foreigner-friendly features, including an international ATM and various services that one would expect from a hotel of this class. "
Con " No review available "
C$ 196
9.4 Excellent (2,147 reviews)
Pro " Upgrade to next level offered without prompting. Extremely well equipped and comfortable suite "
Con " We were disturbed at 02.00 very loud noise from building demolition work going on at adjoining property. When we called reception, the noise reduced to a just tolerable level. It was clear that the hotel's security had not noticed the problem until we pointed it out to them. The night manager came to our room at 05.00 and offered us a move to another part of the hotel. By this time, the noise had reduced and we were not willing to move. When we checked out in the morning, we had to ask to see the hotel day manager, although it was immediately clear that she was aware of the issue, We explained that we thought that, as the work was being performed on an immediately adjoining property, the hotel security should have taken care that their guests were not disturbed by the noise, and also that, as the buildings were so close, the hotel management should have ensured that they were aware of any work which might cause such disturbance. It was clear that the management did not agree, and relied on the fact that the work was not on their property as relieving them of any responsibility. After making some rather forlorn offers of compensation such as a free afternoon tea, we were encouraged to tell the management that we required some form of financial compensation for the disturbance, and eventually they agreed to waive the cost of our room service the evening before. As it was clear that this was as far as they would go, and having been clearly treated by the manager in what we felt was a condescending and dismissive manner, we accepted this settlement. "
C$ 506
9.4 Excellent (2,026 reviews)
Pro " Staff were amazing. Bed comfortable. Bathroom amenities nice. "
Con " Room felt there were 10 people smoking in it when I arrived. Used deodorant and aftershave to try and get rid of the smell. I’m a smoker but don’t smoke in the room. That’s why I ordered the terrace. The terrace was dirty and no ashtray. Carpet and sofa have seen their days! WiFi non existent in the room however, ok in restaurant/bar. "
C$ 420
9.4 Excellent (1,794 reviews)
Pro " Breakfast was fabulous, as was everything else. Superb. Staff are friendly and super efficient, with a special mention for Harry and Hannah in the Club Lounge who went out of their way at all times to be super hosts. "
Con " No review available "
C$ 352
9.3 Excellent (5,608 reviews)
Pro " Loved the decor "
Con " No review available "
C$ 246
9.3 Excellent (5,414 reviews)
Pro " Five star hotel with first class team of staff. Spacious room, fab location. I have truly enjoyed my stay! "
Con " No review available "
C$ 378
9.3 Excellent (4,504 reviews)
Pro " Perfect hotel, beautiful rooms and very helpful staff! "
Con " No review available "
C$ 268
9.3 Excellent (4,155 reviews)
Pro " How everything worked so fluently. "
Con " Noice from traffic "
C$ 242
9.3 Excellent (2,747 reviews)
Pro " I will forever miss that bed. "
Con " No review available "
C$ 339
9.3 Excellent (2,720 reviews)
Pro " English perfect staff,clean room,polite room service excellent "
Con " No review available "
C$ 342
9.3 Excellent (2,018 reviews)
Pro " The swimming pool is nice. "
Con " No review available "
C$ 151
9.3 Excellent (1,476 reviews)
Pro " This is a stylish, super modern hotel filled with expensive art in a nice location. The manager, front desk and restaurant staff understand excellence in customer service and strive to make you feel special. Simply superb! "
Con " No review available "
C$ 331
9.2 Excellent (7,663 reviews)
Pro " A a great hotel indeed with excellent service! "
Con " I have no complaints at all "
C$ 267

Best Beijing hotels near Forbidden City

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8.5 Excellent (831 reviews)
Pro " Amazingly well located- 2 minutes to Wangfujing station and 10 minutes to the shopping areas and restaurants. Beautiful hotel lobby and rooms, along with the best hotel gym I've ever been too. "
Con " The breakfast is not included and was extremely expensively priced! "
C$ 255
8.2 Excellent (1,489 reviews)
Pro " Is clean "
Con " The bed is hard "
C$ 111
8.0 Excellent (2,953 reviews)
Pro " Near to Wangfujing Street and Subway. It is about 10 minutes walk to the nearest subway and Wangfujing Street is just around the corner. 5 Star house keeping. The housekeeper were doing great jobs. "
Con " The bathroom do not have a bidet for washing. Water pressure was too low and it takes very long time to bath due to that. Beds are not comfortable to sleep on. "
8.0 Excellent (2,603 reviews)
Pro " No review available "
Con " Location is very good and room was clean and comfy "