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The flourishing metropolis of Beijing is the world’s most populous capital city, and also China’s centre for industry, ranging from machinery to transportation and food and beverage. With 113 events in 2016, Beijing is amongst the cities with the most meetings and congresses worldwide, ranking 15th. Beijing is the fourth most important city for international business events in Asia, following Singapore, Seoul and Bangkok.
This bustling capital is situated West of the Bohai Sea and is known worldwide for its ancient culture, historic monuments from dynasties of over 5000 years ago. Little wonder then that Beijing saw 285 million tourist arrivals in 2017. However, China also has a formidable reputation as a top meetings destination, boasting superb conference venues and 6th in the ICCA ranking for meetings in Asia Pacific.
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China’s capital is divided into 16 districts; the East City, Dongcheng District and West City, Xicheng District are the two key areas of Beijing, steeped in cultural and historical sites. A predominantly cosmopolitan area, the Chaoyang District offers many superb shopping areas including the Silk Market, and is the location of Beijing Capital International Airport, with excellent accommodation closeby.
The industrial Fengtai District packs a punch despite its size, with various attractions such as Beijing World Park and the Marco Polo Bridge. In Western Beijing, the Shijingshan District offers many temples and structures dating back to the Ming Dynasty, as does the Haidian District with its botanical gardens and Fragrant Hills. Fangshan District, formally considered a rural area, became more urbanised due to the mining of rich natural resources found there.
Tongzhou District is one of Beijing’s most visited areas with plenty of nightlife and day-time attractions for your social programme, whilst Shunyi District has a strong ex-pat community, with many westernised bars and clubs. Changping District is the high-tech and science base of Beijing, and the District of Daxing is popular with tourists, famous for its ecological agriculture; likewise the Miyun District as Beijing’s famous ecological conservation area. Two popular holiday resort areas, Huairou District and the Yanqing District are superb locations to work and play, whilst the Pinggu District is best known – not for penguins – but its beautiful mountains and rivers, and particularly, the largest glass sightseeing platform in the world, 800 meters above sea level at Shilin Gorge.
Choosing from so many great locations may seem difficult. Perhaps you are considering holding your event in Dongcheng, but wonder if the facilities available at The Peninsula Beijing or the Sheraton Grand Beijing Dongcheng Hotel are more suited to your event? Alternatively, you may be caught between the Hotel Éclat Beijing and the NUO Hotel Beijing. Perhaps you have settled on a venue Chaoyang, but can’t choose between the Grand Millennium Beijing, The St Regis Beijing or the Ritz-Carlton Beijing?
Beijing offers excellent business accommodation and corporate venues for any size of event. The Westin Beijing Chaoyang and The Westin Beijing Financial Street offer luxurious premises in two key areas, boasting event space of over 1200sq m and 2000sq m respectively. The Rosewood Beijing offers a club and bistro as well as a luxury spa, and the Legendale Hotel Beijing has won awards as China’s Leading Business Hotel with its first-class business facilities. Perfectly placed for large-scale events are The Waldorf Astoria Beijing, Four Seasons Hotel Beijing and InterContinental Beijing Sanlitun, as well as the Shangri-la’s China World Hotel. The Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel, centrally located in the CBD area is also surrounded by shopping malls and restaurants, as is the Crowne Plaza Beijing Lido and Hilton Beijing Wangfujing, with the East Beijing right next door to the sizeable Indigo Shopping Mall.
With versatile meeting facilities for a capacity of 500, the New World Beijing Hotel can accommodate your event, as can the Shangri-La Kerry Hotel Beijing, with the added comforts of an indoor tennis court and aerobics studio for the energetic guest.
The Bulgari Hotel Beijing has beautiful views overlooking the Liangma River, and the super 5-star Park Hyatt Beijing has 246 contemporary rooms with state-of-the-art technology, and as does the Grand Hyatt Beijing and Holiday Inn Beijing Haidian. Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing offers an excellent conference centre, restaurant, bar/lounge and 216 comfortable and well-equipped rooms.
For excellent connections, luxury and value, the Ibis Beijing Tiantandongmen Metro Station Hotel, Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven and Swissotel Beijing Hong Kong Macau Center can oblige, and both the Beijing Marriott hotel Northeast and JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central have superb links to the main arteries which take travellers to and from the centre of the city.
If you are looking for something a little different, Beijing offers many trendy and boutique hotels, amongst them, the Shichachai Sandalwood Boutique Hotel, Conrad Beijing, W Beijing Chang’an and the Fairmont Beijing, as well as the self-styled Regent Beijing and Hotel Jen Beijing. Many hotels in Beijing offer pool, fitness or spa facilities, with valet parking and a concierge service, adding a touch of luxury to your corporate event in Beijing.
When sending your request for proposal, please also indicate what room equipment you require for your event, such as a projector or whiteboard, teleconference facilities or free internet. Whether you are looking for a hotel for under £100 per night or over £300 per night, with our platform you can easily find the best meeting hotel for your event. Further, with our flexible pricing, you can be sure that with ALLOCABO you will get the best online prices and be kept up to date with the best deals for Beijing through our Best Price Guarantee.
Travelling is easy in Beijing with every form of city transport at your door; Beijing From the Capital International Airport (PEK), Nanyuan Airport or Beijing Daxing International Airport there are great transport links to the Beijing Railway Station
Beijing West Railway Station and more locally, by City Bus; and of course, for an authentic journey, there are an abundance of rickshaws to take you to your chosen destination in Beijing.
As a world-renowned convention destination, there is nowhere better to celebrate your special corporate event! Most hotels – even in the 2 star and 3 star range, are equipped with a breakfast/lunch room and a restaurant to enable you to stay and dine in the evening with guests after your event. However, if you’re looking for something more, you will find that many of the 4 star and 5 star range of conference hotels have open spaces such as roof terraces, gardens or private areas to relax in. Many of the first-class hotels in Beijing also provide a range of deluxe rooms, superior rooms, club rooms, junior suites, executive suites and presidential suites.
You’ll find key information at a glance with ALLOCABO. When making your free enquiry, simply enter the number of nights and guests who will be staying to ensure that the hotel can provide you with a selection of the most suitable hotels. It is also good to know in advance your desired conference room seating arrangement (parliamentary, cinema seating, block form, U-shape) as some seating arrangements will affect the maximum capacity of each room available.
Whatever your equipment needs, most business hotels will have electric screens, free W-LAN, sound systems and podia (lecterns) with any other equipment bookable in advance. Our local partners can plan your event with you from decor and table arrangements right down to flip charts and stationery.
Beijing’s hotels also offer superb catering packages, with a huge variety of beverage and lunch options, from coffee breaks with snacks to fruit and pastries in the morning and/or afternoon, lunch and dinner. Lunch and evening meal options vary between buffet service, plate service, 2-course, 3-course, 4-course or gala menu.
The city of Beijing has much to offer your social programme; naturally, the Forbidden City, Great Wall of China (inc. Badaling and Juyong Pass) and Tiananmen Square will be top of your list, but also the Beijing National Stadium or Mutianyu are well worth a visit, as are the Bell and Drum Towers situated in the district of Dongcheng. For those who enjoy exploring, Beihai Park, Jingshan Park and the Old Summer Palace are great for a day out, or perhaps take a wander along Kumming Lake, Houhai Lake or Zhengyangmen, the ancient South Gate of Capital City. The Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven and Lama Temple are stunning examples of architecture, and if you have a penchant for the arts, the 798 Art District is for you.
The city of Beijing offers many superb restaurants, amongst them the Taste of Dadong with its modern Chinese cuisine, or the Crescent Moon Muslim Restaurant which has a reputation for doing wonders with mutton! Little Yunnan and In & Out are also popular eateries as is Zhang Mama for authentic Sichuan food, or Sheng Yong Xing roast duck restaurant with its bright and airy – yet cosy – surroundings.
Nightlife in Beijing is, as you would expect, exciting to say the least! Feel like a king (or queen) on the grand leather thrones in the V Plus Lounge as you lose yourself in great live music, or perhaps venture down to the Modo Ultra Club or Latte Nightclub with its crazy colourful decor, confetti cannons and acrobatic bartenders.
China’s capital holds a number of Trade Fairs, amongst them, Inter Airport China, the China Horse Fair, CIPE (Centre for International Private Enterprise), China Glass, and the Chine International Green Food & Organic Food Exhibition
Of all annual festivals in China, it will be no surprise that the Chinese New Year is the most celebrated, closely followed by the Beijing Mid-Autumn Festival and the Dragon Boat Festival. For art lovers, there’s the 798 Art Festival and the Chinese holiday from Oct 1 – 7, known as Golden Week, is also celebrated with music, food and 24 hour festivities across Beijing.
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Some of the more popular venue hotels in Beijing include: Marriott Beijing City Wall, Grand Mercure Beijing Dongcheng, Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center, Courtyard by Marriott Beijing Northeast