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Jing Guang New World Hotel

Updated:2008-06-16 14:56 | Source:

Jing Guang Center, the tallest building in Beijing, is an operating mansion whose modern skyscraper stretching 209 metres, some 52 storeys high with a fan shaped, blue glass facade set high amongst the white clouds of Beijing. Jing Guang Center is a joint venture complex. The partners include Hong Kong Jing Guang Development Co. Ltd. and Beijing Hua Yang Economic Exploit Co. Ltd. The Center managed by Hong Kong based New World Hotels International formally opened on June 18, 1990. New World Hotels International is a high-quality brand of hotels in Asia operated by Marriott International Inc, the world's leading hospitality company. The Center comprises 3 sections, namely a 5 star hotel--Jing Guang New World Hotel - an office tower and deluxe apartments. The first 7 levels are public areas featuring deluxe western or Chinese restaurants and bars, banqueting, and well equipped business centre with fully furnished office space and all season swimming pool with natural SUNLIGHT.

Location:(Located in CBD of Beijing, 5 miles to Beijing Station, 21 miles to Capital Airport, and 5 miles to Bus Routes:Take No.9, No.729, No.112, No.115, No.118, No.846, No.855, No.859 Bus and get off at Hu Jia Lou Stop Commuter Service:fleet of limousines Types of Rooms:standard rooms, deluxe rooms, suites, deluxe suites Catering Facilities:Dynasty Restaurant, Café Renaissance, Tsuru Japanese Restaurant, Lobby Garden and Rendezvous Recreation Facilities:Gymnasium,beauty salon,shopping worls, first class fitting centre are free for the guest. Conference Facilities:8 conference rooms and one great banquet hall Disabled-Friendly Facilities :service devide and passage for the disabled people CreditCard:All kinds of credit cards are accepted.

Address:Hu Jia Lou, Chao Yang Qu, Beijing, P.R.C.

ZIP:100020

Telephone: 65978888

Fax: 65973333

website:www.jingguangcentre.com

(Source: http://english.visitbeijing.com.cn/services/Accomodation/)

Editor : Zhu Jia

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