May 27, 2019 - May 28, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Known for its mix of modern architectural and ancient historical sights, Beijing, has a history dating back more than 3,000 years. Beijing is the capital of China and one of the largest cities in the area. Some of its most famous historical sites include Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City complex, and the Great Wall.
There is no shortage of things to do in the city of Beijing. For those who want to learn more about the city’s history and culture, you can stop by the National Museum of China, the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong, Ming Tombs, Prince Gong Mansion, Tanzhe Temple, or the Poly Art Museum.
Some of the popular sites and attractions of the city include the Terra Cotta Warriors, the 798 Art Zone, the Chairman Mao Memorial, or the Temple of Heaven. For adventure seekers, the Happy Valley Beijing amusement park can keep the whole family entertained.
Find what hotel you want to complete your perfect vacation by using Skyscanner’s hotel search tool. The search tool will help you choose your accommodations by star rating, chosen amenities, and price per night.
Many of the hotels are located around the residential areas towards the center of the city. The largest hotel area is in the cross section of G103 and S215 roadways. There are also available accommodations toward the outer edges of the city.
You can find 2 and 3-star hotel accommodations in the Beijing area for as low as $25 to $50 per night. If you are looking for larger hotels or more moderate to high-end accommodations you can expect to pay somewhere between $68 and $200.
Most of the hotels in the area will offer free Wi-Fi services, a variety of dining options, indoor pools or hot tubs, and fitness facilities. Some of the luxury amenities in the area include fine dining options, spas services, tea rooms, and even Zen gardens.
If you are looking for more luxurious accommodations and amenities on your trip to Beijing, there are multiple 4 and 5-star hotel options to choose from. Some of the popular 4 and 5-star hotels include:
Beautiful city of almost 30 million people. Happened to be here on a rare stretch of clear days in 2013. Absolutely stunning and easily the most fascinating place I've yet been. Been back again in 2017 and 18 and amazed to see how much has changed!
I spent 13 months living in Beijing teaching ESL to kids. I loved it, the local population (all 20 million of them) are kind. Make sure to try jian bing (if you're vegetarian "wo bu yao ro" will be your best friend), visit the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall, and wander through Wanfujing. I loved visiting the Temple of Heaven, and Lama Temple. Beijing's subway system is easy to navigate and inexpensive, you'll need to bargain with taxi drivers most of the time.
Although I hated the pollution and massification, I felt it was a very special place. Full of art, and tradition it felt like a very good visit (maybe one of the best in my stay in China).
Beijing is a big and great city. Although the API is not so good, but there are many historical places here such as The Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Yuhe Yuan etc. Beijing has many famous spot like Olympic Stadium, I heard my sons said got 32 or 36 spots, but we spent there 5 days , so cant visit all, only choose some of popular places.