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Shangri-La Hotel, Beijing


You know that Beijing is a city of contrasts, and Shangri-La Hotel, Beijing, is the perfect base for you to explore this vivid metropolis. Juxtaposing the old and new, Beijing offers a shopping paradise in its new malls and night markets, as well as ancient cultural attractions like the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. You can't wait to see it all.

But before you head out to explore the city, you check into Shangri-La Hotel, Beijing. Upon arriving to your room through the marble hall, you are immediately impressed. The rooms in Valley Wing have floor-to-ceiling windows and offers grand views of the city. You notice that the interiors are designed with an elegant décor and artwork. The suite is replete with luxurious touches.

You head down to take a look at the rest of the hotel. The 3,000 sq. m. garden catches your attention. They make the hotel a natural retreat among the urban confines of Beijing. Strolling past Koi ponds, Chinese pavilions and soothing waterfalls, you feel immediately soothed.

You discover that the hotel also offers facilities that energize the body and revive the spirit. You are tempted to dive into the heated indoor swimming pool.

But feeling hungry after a long flight, you instead head to the restaurants to check out your options. Being the culinary enthusiast, you realize there is much to enjoy. From the perennially popular Nishimura, to S.T.A.Y. French restaurant, you find a range of dishes; traditional Asian cooking through to the latest international favorites.

After your meal, you head over to Garden Bar and Terrace for a relaxing beverage. There, resting among the lush lawn and verdant trees, you feel totally at home.

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Room Information

Garden Wing
Garden Wing offers 528 elegant guestrooms and suites affording luxury and privacy, each with spectacular city or garden views.

All rooms face either the dynamic Beijing cityscape or the tranquil landscaped gardens. They range in size from 35 sq. m. / 377 sq. f. to an exceptionally spacious 70 sq. m / 753 sq. f.

To help keep you connected, Garden Wing rooms also come equipped with complimentary broadband Internet access, IDD telephones, and an executive writing desk.

All bathrooms include luxuriously plush towels, bathrobes, and premium Shangri-La toiletries.

Valley WingThe exclusive Valley Wing offers 142 exceptionally spacious and luxurious guestrooms, at a minimum of 50 sqm. Not to mention a choice selection of deluxe suites, including a 245 sq..m. Presidential Suite.
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Things To Do

Shangri-La Hotel, Beijing, is located near the financial district and Technology Park. It is also close to the State Guest House, the historical Summer Palace and Beijing Zoo, providing an excellent base from which to explore Beijing's many attractions.

Forbidden City: The world’s largest and best-preserved imperial palace is the Forbidden City. It was home to the emperors and empresses of the Ming and Qing dynasties. While the Forbidden City functioned as the administrative center of the country, it was off-limits to the public for 500 years, hence its title.

Great Wall: One of the Eight Wonders of the World, this immense wall (6,700km to be exact) was originally designed to defend against marauding nomads. The wall spans five provinces, winding across deserts, grasslands and mountains. Most visitors see the Great Wall at Badaling, 70 kilometers northwest of Beijing. We recommend visiting the Great Wall on a weekday, as it attracts huge crowds on weekends.

Ming Tombs: The Ming Tombs, about 50 kilometers northwest of Beijing. They are the burial site of 13 of the 16 Ming Dynasty emperors (1368 - 1644). Built over an area of 40 sq. km, each tomb is placed at the foot of a separate hill and links with the other tombs by a road called the Sacred Way. The Sacred Way is lined with 18 pairs of stone human figures and animals, which symbolize royal power and eternal strength. The only tomb that has been excavated is Dingling Tomb, which holds Emperor Shenzong, the 13th emperor of the Ming Dynasty.

Temple of Heaven: Built in 1420, Temple of Heaven was heralded as an epitome of the evolution of the Chinese civilization and subsequently declared a World Heritage Site in 1998. It is considered China’s largest complex of sacrificial buildings, built originally for the use of the royalty, but now valued by both local and foreign tourists.

The main attraction at Temple of Heaven is the original architect’s symbolic interpretation of heaven. Like the dark blue-tiled roofs on each building and pillars which symbolizes the solar system. It was often visited by the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasty for annual ceremonies of prosperous harvest. Temple of Heaven is located in Beijing’s Xuanwu district, which is near Traders Hotel, Beijing.

Tiananmen Square: Tiananmen Square is an immense courtyard that holds the reputation of being the world’s largest public square. A variety of historical edifices surround the square. This includes the Chinese Revolution History Museum, Chairman Mao’s Mausoleum, the Great Hall of the People, and the Monument of the People’s Heroes. Every day, an impressive flag-raising ceremony is performed at sunrise and sunset by a specially trained military battalion.

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Price Guide

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Price per person, per night.