Foreign Experts Building Beijing (Beijing)
Foreign Experts Building Beijing

country: China, city: Beijing (Chaoyang District)

Foreign Experts Building Beijing Foreign Experts Building Beijing

Location
Hotel and apartment building is located by jian xiang qiao of north 4th ring and close to Olympic park and the express highway to the great wall. It's 2 km to international convention center, 12 km to city center and 25 km to the airport.

Rooms
There are 90 twin and 100 apartment rooms and suites. All equipped with modern facilities and access to high-speed internet. apartment rooms are equipped with cookers, wash machine etc.

Restaurant
Yue fu gong Chinese restaurant serves Hangzhou,Sichuan and Gangdong cuisines. Western food is available in Coffee shop 24 hours a day.

General
Hotel has very good conference facilities include 12 function rooms.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Beauty salon
Business centre
Concierge
Gymnasium
Indoor swimming pool
Laundry facilities
Lift
Parking facilities (at cost)
Reception
Room service
Sauna
Shopping arcade
Tennis court
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
Iron and ironing board
Mini bar
Modem/data port connection
Telephone
Television

Extra Information:

  • 12 km to City Centre

  • 25 km to the nearest Airport (Beijing)

  • 30 minute walk to the nearest Metro Station (Gu lou stop)

  • 13 km to the nearest Station (Beijing Railway station)
  • Address:
    No 8 Hua Yan Beili
    Chaoyang
    Beijing 100029


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