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The hospitality and rising economy of Beijing extends to its hotels, which are numerous and range from very friendly, clean youth hostels to five-star luxury accommodations. While most of the cheaper Beijing hotel options are situated in the city’s newer areas farther away from the city center, there are plenty of options right in the middle of Beijing, convenient to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
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Raffles Beijing Hotel- Hotel
33 Chang’an Ave. East; +86 10 6526 3388;
This is a beautiful, historic hotel is located right around the corner from the Forbidden City and offers extreme luxury in the heart of Beijing. Onsite, the Writer’s Bar has several cozy nooks for enjoying cocktails, and the rooms are decked out with comfortable beds, ornate marble stairways, dim lighting and fantastic service.
Bamboo Garden Hotel- Hotel
No.24, Xiaoshiqiao, Jiugulou Street, Xicheng District; +86 10 5852 0088;
Situated in an old hutong (alleyway) district, this cozy Beijing hotel is convenient to the lush shores of Houhai Lake. The hotel itself seems from a bygone era, with traditional Ming Dynasty style furnishings and décor, unique Chinese octagonal windows and leafy bamboo trees wafting about. The rooms here feature traditional furnishings, rounded doorways and are affordable without seeming cheap.
Haina Hostel- Hotel
14-8, Dongzhi Men Nei Da Jie, Dong Cheng District; +86 10 84073936
This small friendly inn functions as both a hotel and a hostel, with privates and dorms available for affordable prices. Clean and serviceable, the staff members speak a passable amount of English and the rooms are small but well kept. The hotel is located in northeast Beijing near the Dongzhimen District along a strip of unique restaurants and nightlife options, very convenient to the metro.
Leo Hostel- Hotel
52 Dazhalan St. West; Qianmen District; +86 10 6303 1595;
This bright, comfortable hostel around the corner from Tiananmen Square is about as centrally located and friendly as a backpacker could ask for. Situated in a historic Beijing siheyuan, or courtyard home, the hostel has a stunning old Beijing atmosphere and it is located in an old hutong (alleyway) district of Beijing, where just outside the front door you’ll find a charming busy shopping street with dozens of small stores and food vendors.