Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel

Address: No.61 Dongsanhuan Middle Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | 4 star hotel
 
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      Arrival in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by deniseminardi on Mar 10, 2015

      2 comments, 3 photos

      Matthew and I had a fantastic first day in Beijing.  We explored the Jingshan Park and walked around central Beijing.  In the afternoon, we want to the ex-pat section in Sanlitun.  Upscale restaurants and shopping - Matthew was in his glory.  Jet lag is a problem and Matthew was sound asleep by 7 p.m.

      On our way to Beijing

      A travel blog entry by anna.and.daniel on Dec 14, 2014

      1 photo

      ... 30 min prior to landing which if they let me continue I would have finished! Argg China Eastern really?!?! Also one last *****, they really suck at pressurizing their cabins! I have had no problems on any of the flights with congested ears except for China Eastern and tonight was the worst. I assume my condition was exaggerated by my sinus and respiratory problems but when I got of the plane I could not clear my left ear so I could only hear out of my ...

      4 down, 2 to go!

      A travel blog entry by arhaycox16 on Jul 13, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... residents and the local and foreign visitors are all trying to prevent the destruction of the hutongs in the massive industrialization campaigns. They really are treasures of Beijing which take you out of the fast moving life of the huge city to a cultural experience in "old Beijing". The one child policy is loosening as most of China's population is aging. If the population continues to remain mostly people over the age of 60, then there is no one to serve in the workforce. ...

      Beijing, for the very first time

      A travel blog entry by travistravels on Aug 05, 2012

      17 photos

      ... as in the seat cars. There aren’t people standing around filling up the aisle or entrance way. It’s not as noisy (usually) and the bathrooms tend to be a bit cleaner.

      I arrived in Beijing a bit after noon and I thought that I’d have an easy time of getting
      to my hotel, L'hotel du Palais Rouge (Lama Temple) , by taking the metro lines. Wrong.
      Apparently my map of the ...

      Being in Beijing

      A travel blog entry by scottszy on Oct 30, 2011

      6 photos

      ... us, and the usual fun of bartering and arguing our way down to a price we wanted to pay. We seemed to upset a few stall owners that day, unless their sad faces were part of the hard selling act - most likely true.

      The 12 hour journey eventually approached and it's fair to say it seemed more like 24. Limited legroom as you can only imagine, and seats which certainly were hard meant that sleeping was an interesting concept. But we managed some stints ...