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Fifth Conrad Hotel in China Opens in Beijing

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 6 March 2013
 

Hilton has opened the Conrad Beijing, its flagship property in Chinas capital city and the fifth Conrad hotel in China.

Located approximately 20 kilometers from Beijing Capital International Airport, Conrad Beijing enjoys close proximity to both the central business district and embassy areas. The hotel is within walking distance to premium dining, entertainment and shopping hubs, including Sanlitun Village, Solana and Shin Kong Place. It is also a short drive away from Beijings most famous attractions, including Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven.

The hotels 289 guest rooms and suites feature oriental influences, a three-meter ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer picturesque views of Tuanjie Lake Park, the iconic CCTV building and the captivating Beijing skyline.

Recreational facilities include a 25-meter swimming pool, a fitness center equipped with the latest Life Fitness equipment and an on-site SPA.

Conrad Beijing joins more than 20 Conrad Hotels & Resorts that offer Conrad Concierge - technology that allows travelers to customize their accommodation through a mobile device.

We are very pleased to be opening Conrad Beijing, a fantastic addition to our luxury hotel portfolio and our 34th hotel in Greater China. China continues to be an important market for us, and we look forward to adding more choices for our guests with our pipeline of more than 110 projects in the country, said Martin Rinck, president, Asia Pacific, Hilton Worldwide.

Hilton, Conrad, China, Beijing

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