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Beijing is an ancient city with a venerable past that dates back over three millennia. Once the seat of power for the Emperors of China, this bustling metropolis is now a leading global community in the areas of commerce, culture, and science. It is home to several well-known UNESCO World Heritage Sites—such as the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, and the Summer Palace—as well as a number of internationally renowned cultural institutions. Some of the finest museums, theaters, and art galleries in the world reside within Beijing, like the National Museum of China, the National Art Museum of China, and the National Theatre for the Performing Arts. The city also features countless upscale storefronts within which to shop along its celebrated Wangfujing Street. Guests will even discover many awe-inspiring public gardens, including the breathtaking Beihai Park. Come stay at the Beijing Hotel NUO to experience all that this amazing city has to offer.

Nearest Airport

Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) – 25 km/15.5 miles

Hotel Address

33 East Chang An Avenue, Beijing

China 100004

Historic Hotels Worldwide Recommended Points of Interest

  • Beihai Park

    Beihai Park

    Experience the heritage of this former imperial park, which has existed for more than a millennia.

  • Beijing Zoo

    Beijing Zoo

    Discover the wide variety of animals at the world-renowned Beijing Zoo.

  • National Centre For The Performing Arts

    National Centre for the Performing Arts

    Attend a theatrical performance at the National Centre for the Performing Arts.

  • Summer Palace

    Summer Palace

    Explore the history of the mighty Qing Dynasty at the Summer Palace.

  • Temple Of Heaven

    Temple of Heaven

    Discover the heritage of the Ming and Qing dynasties at this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • The Palace Museum

    The Palace Museum

    Experience the ancient history of Imperial China at The Palace Museum.

  • Yuanmingyuan Park

    Yuanmingyuan Park

    Discover the historic ruins of a former palace that was originally created during the early 18th century.