Beijing Hotels


Hilton Beijing (Běijīng Xī'ěrdùn jiǔdiàn)

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At a Glance


  • not far from the airport
  • One East restaurant does a great roast
  • good service


  • far from the sights
  • neighborhood lacks charm
  • the bar's a bit much

Hilton Beijing (Běijīng Xī'ěrdùn jiǔdiàn) Review

Rather out on a limb for a big-name hotel, the Hilton Beijing lies at the city's northeast corner; it's a good choice for those wanting easy access to the airport (just a handy 20-minute ride away) but quite a schlep from the main sights. One of the elder statesmen of the city's hospitality scene, it has several fine pluses to keep in mind: an assured staff is helpful to the last; the guest rooms, where renovated, are clean and modern (if rather simple); and the health center has recently undergone a much-needed polish that makes it a real asset. The hotel's One East restaurant, all dark wood and louvered windows, offers American cuisine and an extensive wine list. The Zeta Bar is more showy with Chinese-inspired birdcages hanging above the crescent-shaped bar.

    Hotel Details

  • 502 rooms, 52 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 04-23-2013

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