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Beijing International AirportWelcome to the Beijing Capital International Airport, also known as PEK. We offer a large variety of accommodation and hotel reservation services for over 30 different airport hotels near Beijing Airport. One inexpensive airport hotel would be the Days Inn Business Place Longwan Beijing, only 6.5 km away. For a more comfortable 5-star hotel during your visit to Beijing, try the Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast. Whatever your needs might be we are committed to help you find the perfect airport hotel. We offer great discounts on Beijing Airport hotels, hotel parking packages, and Beijing rental cars. Only 29 km from the center of Beijing, the Beijing Capital International Airport is a great way to get you to your destination. Thank you for shopping at Airport Hotel Guide.

Where To Stay

      • Holiday Inn Express
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    • Holiday Inn Express Beijing Airport ZoneThe Holiday Inn Express Beijing Airport Zone is located 6 miles from Beijing Capitol International Airport, and just over a mile from the Cui Ge Zhuang Subway Station. This hotel provides a complimentary buffet breakfast daily, along with other amenities, such as Wi-Fi access, business services, and an on-site restaurant.
      • CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport
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    • CITIC Hotel Beijing AirportJust 3 miles from Beijing Capitol International Airport, the CITIC Hotel Beijing Airport offers an airport shuttle, free breakfast, and a swimming pool to guests. It is a short trip from many attractions of Beijing, and provides amenities such as a fitness center, business center, hot tub, tennis courts, and multiple on-site restaurants.

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About Beijing Capital International Airport

Located 20 miles northeast of Beijing's city center in an enclave of Chaoyang District, Beijing Capital International Airport is the busiest airport in Asia and the second-busiest in the world. The airport welcomes 73 million passengers annually with over 70 airlines flying to 200 cities worldwide. The airport has three terminals: Terminal 1 has domestic flights; Terminal 2 handles international flights and flights between Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan; Terminal 3 was built to accommodate visitors for the 2008 Olympics and is the second-largest terminal in the world. To get from PEK to Beijing, take the Airport Express Lane that runs from the airport directly into the city.

You may be half of a world away but home-style comfort will never be far at hotels near Beijing Capital International Airport. There are over 30 different airport hotels close to the airport terminals. If you're looking for a budget-friendly option, Days Inn Business Place Longwan Beijing has affordable rooms, free Wi-Fi and a Daybreak continental breakfast. Holiday Inn Express Beijing Airport, situated 6 miles from PEK and 1 miles from the Cui Ge Zhuang Subway Station, provides business services and an on-site restaurant. Another preferred option is CITIS Hotel Beijing Airport, which houses a swimming pool and fitness center as well as tennis courts for guests.

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Welcome to Beijing

Get ready for the hustle and bustle of one of the largest, most sprawling, cosmopolitan cities in the world. As the capital of China, Beijing is the country's political and cultural hub, offering a window into its extensive history juxtaposed alongside rapid modernization. More than 19 million people live in Beijing, where preserved palaces border new subway stations and attractions overflow like the dim sum. Visitors can find many world-famous historical sites - such as Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City - scattered throughout the various neighborhoods. Compared to Western cities of similar size, Beijing is quite affordable, making it a great place to take a vacation or business trip. However, like other getaways, weather can make or break things. Summer can be ridiculously hot and humid, and winter gets freezing and gray - travel connoisseurs advise that you visit in spring and fall.

With such a vast city layout, navigating from point A to point B can be tricky. If possible, avoid street traffic; the underground train (also called the underground dragon) may be the fastest and most convenient form of transportation in Beijing. Make sure you plan your route in advance to facilitate trip times. If riding a bus is necessary, keep in mind that they often get very crowded, so always secure your personal belongings.

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Things to Do in Beijing

A daytime view of an ancient building in BeijingIt would take years plus an emperor's attitude to conquer all of the attractions in China's capital. First things first, head to Tiananmen Square where you'll find the Forbidden City, the National Museum of China and numerous other monuments. Afterward, head to nearby Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan), a green space has been a preserved sanctuary for more than a millennium. An hour's drive north lies the city's and perhaps the country's most renowned attraction: the Great Wall of China. The 2,232-year-old wall weaves 5,500 miles throughout the rolling hills.

When the crowds inevitably get overwhelming, take a note from the ancient emperors and retreat to the Summer Palace (Yiheyuan), which possesses the largest imperial garden in China. The Seventeen-Arch Bridge spans across Kunming Lake, boasting wonderful views of the east bank and South Lake Island. Don't miss the Olympic Park for a look at the National Stadium, National Aqautic Center and the Olympic Forest Park.