Crowne Plaza Beijing International Airport

Hotel Front Desk: 86-10-58108888

Hotel Fax: 86-10-58101188

Hotel Email: info@cpairportbj.com

Check In: 2:00 PM | Check Out: 12:00 PM | Local Time: 7:30 PM


Train
Beijing Train Station

-Distance from hotel: 18.64 MI/ 30 KM North East

- Take second ring road from train station till Capital Airport high way, coming out from YangLin exit to the hotel. Or 5 mins south west driving from Subway line 15 NCIEC station.

Underground

Subway Line 15 - NCIEC station

- Distance from hotel: 0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM North

- Cross the traffic light and turn to right when drives from hotel.

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- Car Parking Available

- Complimentary Daily Self-Parking

- Currently hotel provides free parking lots

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Location

  • This hotel is located near an airport
  • Closest City: Tian Jin
  • Distance from the Hotel: 100.0 KILOMETERS
  • Local Time Zone : GMT+8

Nearest Train Station

Beijing Train Station

Distance to Hotel: 18.64 MI/ 30 KM North East

Nearest Subway Station

Subway Line 15 - NCIEC station

Distance to Hotel: 0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM North

What's New

The National Centre of Performing Arts, or The Egg, is a colossal titanium pod that seems to float on its man-made lake. This futuristic dome stages traditional opera and world-class contemporary performances from touring orchestras.

Tips

Beijing is a city in perpetual flux with renovations affecting everything from the Subway to the Forbidden City. Ask Crowne Plaza Beijing International Airport for an up-to-date map and for tips on the best way to navigate this ever-changing metropolis.

Don't Go Home Without

Discovering Beijing's hutongs. These alleyways were the city's arteries for centuries. Modernisation has led to their decline but many remain vital expressions of city life. Explore Yandaixie Street near the Back Lakes and shop at Nan Luogu Xiang.

Must See

The Chairman Mao Zedong Memorial Hall in Tiananmen Square is a reminder that this vast plain once staged momentous events. Admire its symmetry and its modern spin on traditional Chinese architecture, built on a base of red Sichuan granite.

Must Do

Dragon thrones, watch collections and Renaissance art are a fraction of the treasures of the Forbidden City. A quick tour of this maze-like palace complex takes 3 hours. It's unlikely that even its former residents managed to see each of the 8000 rooms.