Tian Zhao Hotel Beijing (Beijing)
Tian Zhao Hotel Beijing

country: China, city: Beijing (Chaoyang District)

Tian Zhao Hotel Beijing Tian Zhao Hotel Beijing

Conveniently located in the Landao business cycle of Beijing, Tian Zhao hotel is adjacent to the foreign embassy area and the famous silk market.It is very easy to access the shopping mall and entertainment place.

The hotel rooms are various from the standard room to large size suite.Each room is equiped with modern facilities and adapted furniture.

The breakfast serves at the BI restaurant with both English and Chinese buffet.The hotel also has a coffee bar that offers a very ideal place for resting and chatting.

With its very convenient location and competitive rates,Tian Zhao is one of the best hotels for both leisure and business travelers.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Beauty salon
Business centre
Disabled facilities
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities (at cost)
Shopping arcade
Air conditioning
Internet access
Mini bar
Modem/data port connection

Extra Information:
3 kms to the nearest Airport (Beijing)
8 minute walk to the nearest Metro Station (Chao Yang Men Stop)
4 km to the nearest Station (Beijing Railway Station)
2 minute walk to the nearest Bus Stop
4 km to the nearest Fair Site (Int'l Trade Center)

No.18 Gongti East Street
Chaoyang District Beijing

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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