Oriental Bay International Hotel
9 Dixingju Ande Road, Dongcheng Distict, Beijing, 10001, China
Beijing Oriental Bay International Hotel, a luxury five-star business hotel offering a full range of dining services, recreational and fitness facilities is located to the south gate of Olympic Games Village, which is the intersection of Dongzhimen Business District and the Lama Temple Technology Garden.
The hotel has about 360 guestrooms designed for luxury, fashion, and elegance. The hotel has European, Southeastern Asian cuisine and excellent wine, combined with the most stunning view of Beijing City.
The hotel is a 40 minutes drive from Beijing International Airport, 15 minutes drive from Beijing Railway Station, 5 minutes walk from the subway station. It has a convenient access to the world famous sightseeing such as Forbidden City, Jing Mountain, Lama Temple and Drum Tower.
- Internet data port
- Satellite TV
- IDD and DDD phone
- Separate walk-in shower
- Business Center
- Fitness Center with Gym & Spa
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Two Restaurants
- 2 Bars
- 24 Hour Front Desk
- Room Service
- Bus Station (Andingmen) - 200m
- Beijing Railway Station - 8km
- Binhe Park - 500m
- Bus Station - Andingmen - 200m
- International Exhibition Center - 4.5km
- Capital Airport - 25km
Beijing, a metropolis in northern China, is the capital of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). It was formerly known in English as Peking (English pronunciation (info)). Beijing is also one of the four municipalities of the PRC, which are equivalent to provinces in China’s administrative structure.
Beijing Municipality borders Hebei Province to the north, west, south, and for a small section in the east, and Tianjin Municipality to the southeast. Beijing is China’s third largest city in terms of population, after Chongqing and Shanghai.
It is a major transportation hub, with dozens of railways, roads and expressways passing through the city. It is also the focal point of many international flights to China. Beijing is recognized as the political, educational, and cultural center of the People’s Republic of China, while Shanghai and Hong Kong predominate in economic fields.
Beijing is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, having hosted the seat of government from Yuan Dynasty in 1264 to the present, with the exception of a period of time during early Ming (1368-1420) and during the period from 1928-1949.
Beijing will host the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Great Wall at Badaling (Badaling Chancheng) China’s most spectacular sight stretches over 3,700 miles across China and is most often visited at this Beijing location, where cable cars lift you to dizzying heights to walk along the snakelike path through the mountains.
Forbidden City (Imperial Palace) Consisting of more than 9,000 rooms and spread over 250 acres, this huge palace complex was built in the 15th century and later extensively renovated and restored during the Qing Dynasty in the 18th century.
Tiananmen Square (Tiananmen Guangchang) Located in the heart of modern China and the site for massive parades and rallies, this was the site when in 1949, from a rostrum on the Gate of Heavenly Peace, Chairman Mao announced the establishment of the People's Republic of China.
Summer Palace (Yiheyuan) Once a summer retreat for emperors, this 290-acre park is still a retreat for the crowd-weary tourist, who can relax here or stroll around ancient pavilions, mansions, temples, bridges and huge lake, stopping occasionally at a shop or tea-house.
Temple of Heaven (Tiantan) Built in 1420 with a total area of 270 acres, this is the largest building for religious worship in China, which was originally used by the Ming and Qing emperors to pay homage to Heaven and to pray for a year of rich harvest.
Lama Temple (Yonghegong) A series of beautiful pavilions comprise this Mongolian-Tibetan yellow-sect temple, which features an impressive fifty-four-foot high Buddha carved from one piece of Tibetan sandalwood.
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