Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • Pet friendly

Forget about hotels that charge USD 200 or more. You can stay in well-appointed studio apartments for a fraction of the cost. Just compare and contrast the facilities you see below with what you see elsewhere. Please note the presence of washer/dryer in each unit. How do you spell C O N V E N I E N C E?

You cannot get a better location than HERE in Beijing.It is conveniently located between two metro stations.

You could walk to Dongzhimen station in 5 minutes or less. This station is served by Line 2 and Line 13. It is also the terminal of the airport train. The embassy district and trendy Sanlitun are within easy walking.

You could do simple cooking in the apartment. However, most visitors would be unlikely to do that because of the wide variety of restaurants nearby: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indian and Western. Needless to say, you would also be well served by McDonalds, KFC, Pizza huts and other fast food chains.

All the modern facilities that most travelers take for granted are within easy access. You have a choice of many banks to transact your business. Shops and supermarkets that cater to foreign/domestic needs are within walking distances.

Located in the embassy district, security is this area would be better than most parts of Beijing.

Each unit has its own kitchenette, refrigerator, washing machine, dryer! (unusual in China), microwave oven, sheets and linen, private bath room with 24-hour hot water, broadband internet access, TV, 24-hr security, air-conditioning in summer and central heating in winter.

Your landlord provides a touring service. He is a Beijinger who knows the city 'inside out'. He owns a car (a 5-seater) and can show you around Beijing for RMB600. A trip to the Great Wall and Ming Tombs costs RMB700.
This is a personalized service without the irritating 'shopping stops'. With a deep knowledge of Chinese culture and fluent English, your host will give you an unforgettable impression of Beijing.

In short, you could hit the ground running in Beijing if you chose to stay here.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Beijing airport 25 km, Nearest railway: Beijing train station 5 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player, Staffed property
General Air conditioning, TV
Standard Kettle, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
Furniture Double Beds (1), Sofa Beds (1)
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Parking, Lift access, Wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Further details outdoors

Western food: McDonald's, KFC, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, etc.
Chinese food: Hot pot, Cantonese cuisine, Sichuan cuisine and Chinese fast food.

China Construction Bank, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Minsheng Bank

Oriental Kenzo department store, East Gate Plaza

Other facilities
Supermarket, Cinema, health club, Post office, hospital

Further details

Minimum 3 days occupancy

The Beijing region

Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China, the seat of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, and the Central People's Government of China.

It is the political, economic, cultural, and communication centre of the country, as well as that for international relations.

Beijing has historically been one of China's ancient capitals. Beijing has a history of over 3,000 years, which began with the overthrow of the Shang Dynasty (around the 16th-11th century B.C.) by King Wu of the Zhou Dynasty. Called Jing in ancient times, Beijing was once the capital of the State of Yan during the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 B.C.).

Later, during the Liao Dynasty, Beijing was the alternate capital, called Yanjing. During the Jin Dynasty, Beijing, then called Zhongdu, was formally made China's capital. Beijing was renamed Dadu during the Yuan Dynasty and later became Jingshi during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is now known as Beijing, meaning "north capital."

Beijing, China's capital since the Jin dynasty, has already enjoyed a history of over 800 years. Through their wisdom and hard work, the laboring people of previous and ensuing dynasties have left many marvels, cultural relics and objects, and a brilliant cultural legacy.

Tian'anmen Square, the largest public square in the world, is the centre of Beijing. In its midst towers the Monument to the People's Heroes and in the south stands the Memorial Hall of Mao Zedong. Flanking the west of the square is the Great Hall of the People and in the east are the Museum of Chinese History and the Museum of the Chinese Revolution.

Tian'anmen Square is now the essential destination for every visitor, Chinese or foreign, to Beijing. In addition, Beihai, Jingshan, and Xiangshan Parks, as well as the Badachu scenic area are all renowned tourist attractions in Beijing, praised by visitors from all over the

Chaoyang District

Chaoyang District is located in the eastern part of Central Beijing. It occupies an area of 470.8 sq.km, with a regular population of 2.82 million. This district is full of vitality and creativity; it has prosperous economy and harmonious social atmosphere.
  Chaoyang is praised as the “first district in Chinese diplomacy,” and it has been an important gate for China in dealing with foreign relations. Foreign resources are abundant here. More than 60 percent of foreign business agencies and more than 90 percent of foreign political agencies in Beijing are gathered in this district. The first, second and third embassy zones are located here, including the embassies of all countries, except Russia and Luxemburg, who have established diplomatic relations with China. As an open capital district, Chaoyang has also established friendly city relations with Manhattan in New York, United States; the La Defense Area in Paris, France; the Kangnam area in Seoul, Republic of Korea; as well as 24 cities in Germany, Japan, Australia and other countries.

  Chaoyang is an important node connecting the Chinese economy to the economy of the world. Its renowned Central Business District (CBD) is located in this area. In the 3.99 sq.km region of CBD, the floor space that has been constructed or is being planned has reached to 10 sq.km. More than 120 of the world’s top-500 companies have established operations in the district. Of the 24 foreign-invested banks in Beijing, 17 are located here. The new Beijing Television Centre (BTV), China Central Television Headquarters (CCTV) and the International Media Centre of Phoenix TV are nearing completion in Chaoyang. There are many profitable business opportunities here. Well- famous transnational companies and well-known brands to choose from, the CBD is becoming a smorgasbord and welcome respite for the rich.

  Chaoyang District is also a centre of modern sports and culture of the capital. All kinds of sports venues have functional and advanced equipments as well as supplementary services. The Asian Games, the World Junior Championships and many other international sports’ competitions have been held here with success. There are 14 main competition venues with different architectural styles. The Olympic Forest Park,“Bird’s Nest,”“Water Cube” and Olympic Press Centres will be landmarks in Beijing’ s new-century urban construction. The Olympic flag will soon flutter in the skies of 2008’s Beijing. Chaoyang District will take the Olympic business opportunities to develop its economy, sharing this feast with the whole world.