Novotel Beijing Peace Hotel
Beijing, Beijing & Around, China
At a Glance
The Novotel Beijing Peace Hotel is ideally located in central Beijing close to the vibrant area of Wangfujing. It is within walking distance of the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and shopping malls.
The Square Restaurant has an Asian and International buffet as well as offering a la carte menu. Le Cabernet is located in front of the hotel and offers French cuisine for both Lunch and Dinner.
The Hotel has an indoor swimming pool and a fitness centre and offers bicycles for those wishing to explore the city independently.
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Beijing enjoys four distinctive seasons owning to its humid continental climate, ranging from very warm during the summer: 28ºC to 38ºC, to chilly and dry during the winter: -10ºC to 10ºC. Autumn (September to early November) is the optimal season to visit Beijing as the weather is gorgeous and fewer tourists are in town. In winter, it’s glacial outside (dipping as low as -20°C) and the northern winds cut through the city. Arid spring is OK, apart from the awesome sand clouds that sweep in from Inner Mongolia and the static electricity that discharges everywhere. Spring also sees the snow like liuxù(willow catkins) wafting through the air and collecting in drifts. From May onwards the mercury can surge well over 30°C. Beijing simmers under a scorching sun in summer (reaching over 40°C), which also sees heavy rainstorms late in the season. Maybe surprisingly, this is also considered the peak season, when hotels typically raise their rates and the Great Wall nearly collapses under the weight of marching tourists. Air pollution can be intolerable in both summer and winter.
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Located in the city centre, just a short walk from Wangfujing Street, and very close to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, the 389 rooms of Novotel Beijing Peace Hotel are in a prime location for getting to know the city.
Each of the Novatel’s modern rooms is ample sized and equipped with all the modern amenities of a city hotel. There is also the option to upgrade to a Club Room, which will grant you access to the Lounge where you can enjoy breakfast with great views of The Forbidden City. This is also a good option for families, as the hotel has larger rooms to accommodate the whole family and a play area for children.
The hotel is well located to explore the city. Conveniently, the main railway station is a short fifteen minute walk away, the shopping hub of Wangfujing is on the hotel’s doorstep, and key attractions such as the Forbidden City are within walking distance.
The hotel has two restaurants including an all-day buffet restaurant offering international cuisine and an a la carte French restaurant, La Cabernet, which is located in front of the hotel. There you can enjoy the elegance of French décor paired with delicious French cuisine, only a stone’s throw away from your hotel room. The extensive dining options mean there is something for all tastes to enjoy in a stylish setting.
The hotel has an indoor swimming pool as well as a small fitness centre.
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