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Novotel Beijing Peace vs The St. Regis Beijing

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Novotel Beijing Peace vs The St. Regis Beijing



Novotel Beijing Peace
The St. Regis Beijing

 

Novotel Beijing Peace

The St. Regis Beijing

Address 3 Jin Yu Hutong Wangfujing
Beijing
21 Jianguomenwai Dajie
Beijing
Phone 86-10-65128833 8610-6460-6688
Class 4 star 5 star
Price From $60.83 to $178.01 From $220.05 to $308.07
Floors 19 floors 19 floors
Rooms 401 rooms 258 rooms
Amenities Family Rooms
Fitness center
Swimming pool
Wheelchair accessible
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
First Class Hotel
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Swimming pool
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Spa
Luxury


  1. Novotel Beijing Peace
  2. The St. Regis Beijing
Novotel Beijing Peace

The Novotel Beiing Peace is ideally located in city center, at Wangfujing and within walking distance of the Forbidden City. Tiananmen Square and shopping mall(Oriental Plaza, Macau Center). Hotel offers in-room broadband,WIFI, and internet at I-Mac web station for free access.There is also a limousine service center and tour desk which provides you with tailor-made city tours.Hotel has easy access to multi-subway-lines and is a 15 min walk to Beijing Railway Station and 23 miles to the airport.



The St. Regis Beijing

The St. Regis Beijing is four blocks from the Silk Market, three miles from the Forbidden City, and approximately 25 miles from Beijing Capital International Airport. This location is also two blocks from the Friendship Store, three miles from Tiananmen Square and San Li Tun Bar Street, four miles from the Pearl Market and the Temple of Heaven, five miles from the Beijing Curio City Dirt Market, 11 miles from Antique Street, 18 miles from the Summer Palace, and 50 miles from the Great Wall. Hotel amenities include the 16,000-square-foot spa facilities (with natural spring water), full-sized pagoda, fountains, carp-filled streams, indoor swimming pool, poolside bar, kids' pool, Garden Court (casual western and Asian restaurant), Celestial Court (Cantonese cuisine), Danieli's (Italian), Astor Grill (fine-dining, European-style restaurant), Shun Sai (Japanese), and Press Club Bar. The white-marbled lobby is furnished with Chinese antiques, European artworks, deep sofas, and palm trees. The hotel also offers personalized butler service, room service, concierge assistance, a door staff, a stocked library, computer rentals, a business center, dry cleaning service, and a game room. All rooms feature Asian-inspired artworks, Chinese-style quilts, black-marble bathrooms, deep tubs, Chinese tea and fruit, bottled water, minibars, satellite TV, DVD and CD players, separate sitting areas, blackout drapes, multi-line phones, voicemail, bathroom telephones, bathrobes and slippers, hairdryers, and safes.



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