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Beijing Chenghong Hotel

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

  Located east to the Asian Games Village and sit beside the North 4th Ring Road, Beijing Chenghong Hotel is a three-star hotel with easy access and a complete array of facilities for business, accommodation, catering, conference, and recreation. Apart from its 180 guestrooms and office rooms all equipped with Broad Band, DDD and IDD devices, the hotel has a multifunctional hall which, with a seating capacity of 300 people, is equipped with first-rate facilities for conferences and recreational purposes. In addition, the hotel has several medium-sized and small conference rooms to meet different demands. The Chinese restaurant, on the second floor and serving mainly dishes of Guangdong, Sichuan, and Huaiyang cuisine, along with its quality chefs, distinctive rooms and considerate service, is an ideal outlet for you to entertain friends and guests. Or you may prefer the lobby to hold business talks, receive guests, or meet friends in a cozy and elegant atmosphere. The business center.

  Location:east to the Asian Games Village and sit beside the North 4th Ring Road , 17km from the airport 16 k Bus Routes:740、840、847、939、713、18、119、62、419、112、113 Surrounding Environment:the travel college, Huatang Shopping Centre Types of Rooms:singles, doubles, suites and deluxe suites Catering Facilities:Chinese food( dishes of Guangdong, Sichuan, and Huaiyang cuisine), coffee Recreation Facilities:billiards, shuffleboard, pingpong, KTV Conference Facilities:a multifunctional hall, several medium-sized and small conference rooms to meet different demands Disabled-Friendly Facilities :a suites for the disable, restroom in the main hall is available for the disable CreditCard:VISA、Master、JCB、Peony Card, Great Wall.

  Address:No. 17 huiandongli Chaoyang District, Beijing

  ZIP:100101

  Telephone: 64929997-7100、7500

  Fax: 64926894

  website: www.ChengHongHotel@sina.com.cn

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

Editor : Zhu Jia

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