Hilton Opens Beijing Airport Hotel

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 29 July 2010

Hilton has grand opened the Hilton Beijing Capital Airport hotel.

The hotel, located right at Terminal 3, features 322 guest rooms, seven restaurants and bars with 32 private dining rooms, two ballrooms and 21 meeting rooms with more than 3,000 square meters of meeting space, executive concierge services, a luxury spa and state-of-the-art fitness center.

The rooms range in size from 45 square meters with 3.5-meter-high ceilings to a 365-square-meter Presidential Suite. There are 18 two-story, two-bedroom duplexes and all rooms have contemporary designs, separate walk-in showers, 37-inch flat panel TVs, high-speed internet access, with complimentary access to the Executive Lounge for Executive Room and Suite guests.

The hotels seven restaurants and bars cater to every culinary need. My China has chefs from Sichuan, Hunan and Beijing and offers both private dining and open restaurant seating. YueShang specializes in Cantonese fare served in all private dining rooms. Compass Grill features two open kitchens, one for grilled steaks and seafood and one with a dedicated Tandoori chef, a special aging room for prime beef and an extensive wine list. Other features include an international buffet, 24-hour service, a Cuban cigar bar and an entertainment lounge featuring the longest bar in Beijing.

The hotel features more than 3,000 square meters of meeting & function space with two large ballrooms and 21 breakout meeting rooms which are designed to service a range of meetings, training programs, conferences, exhibitions, weddings, parties and private events.

The Hilton Spa has five fully equipped treatment rooms with private baths. The fitness center is outfitted with Techno Gym equipment including dual-action training machines, treadmills, upright cycles and functional training glides, as well as a 25-meter indoor swimming pool.

Located a few minutes from BCA Terminal 3 by free shuttle bus, the hotel is in close proximity to the Express Rail station and is only 16 minutes to the city centre, and a 10 minute drive to the new China International Exhibition Center. The Wangjing Business District, Great Wall, Olympic Village and Summer Palace are all less than 45 minutes by car.

Beijing Capital Airport is the nerve center for international travelers in China as well as burgeoning business and industrial community that rings the airport. The airport has an average of 1,400 domestic and international flights daily and serviced more than 65 million travelers last year. The local business community surrounding the airport features a growing and vibrant mix of Chinese and multinational companies, which use Beijing for their global or regional headquarters.

Hilton Beijing Capital Airport is a dynamic property that will become a top gateway to China, with international travelers staying overnight after long-haul flights before connecting to their final destinations. The hotel will host leisure guests and business travelers from top companies that want the convenience of Terminal 3 and Hilton standards for events, business, dining and guest services. Hilton continues rapid growth across Asia and this hotel brings a new dimension to our growing portfolio in Beijing, which already includes the worlds top lifestyle hotel and another of the citys top metropolitan hotels, said Martin Rinck, Area President Asia Pacific, Hilton Worldwide.

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