Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel

Address: No.61 Dongsanhuan Middle Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100022, China | 4 star hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Beijing

    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.

    China, the Old and the New, Beijing

    A travel blog entry by kwdestinations on May 01, 2015

    13 photos

    ... hall, knitting groups, just endless life. The photography is wonderful. The faces of these seniors are the road maps to their lives, including surviving Chairman Mao’s reign. They are all laughing and the newest interest I saw was playing games on their cell phone! Trees are in blossom on this spring day. We click away with our cameras.

    Then a visit to the Hutong. Back streets are alive with activity. We take rickshaws through ...

    Our first real taste of China ...

    A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 16, 2014

    32 photos

    ... tea, then guiltily a cappuccino, which was quite good. We met Nicky, sharing a table, from Guangzhou spending 5 days in Beijing for the first time accompanying her Danish husband on a business trip. Her parents were babysitting her young son. Nicky had spent two years working in Shanghai but was glad to get back to Guangzhou. She found the Shanghai people very competitive, pushy and grasping. She admitted, a little wryly, to using an automated forbidden city guide in Cantonese, as ...

    Annoying things about China!!!

    A travel blog entry by littledragon on Jan 14, 2013

    3 comments, 11 photos

    ... kicking ass! Zero tolerance on any man, woman or child who does this to you! I will buy a beer for anyone who can punch a small child's head clean off with one blow! One that pushed in, not just any kid. VOICE VOLUME Mostly Chinese men, but some women too, have a problem controlling the volume of their voice in public places. They're happy literally shouting at their friend who is next to them on a bus or subway. Mobile phones seemed to have really confused a large part ...

    Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City Tour

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Dec 14, 2011

    41 photos

    ... the cold of China. The kids has some burgers.

    After Maccas we went into the shopping centre and bought some gloves and beanies – yes the horse had bolted, but tomorrow we are out in the cold again – and this time we needed to be prepared.

    Up the very top of the New World was the food court – we sat down had a feast of Chinese again and took our time. After the New World we ventured back to the hotel via ...