There truly is something for everyone at our world-class Beijing Capital Hotel. Sample the best Peking duck in the city at the Fat Duck Restaurant, book one of our signature Touch Spa treatments for a unique pampering experience, or see some of Beijing’s hottest bands and DJs in the R Bar. And all of this without leaving the confines of the hotel! Once you do make it outside, you’ll find our central location is ideal for exploring the delights of Beijing or the 500 years of Chinese history that awaits you in the nearby Forbidden City. Let resident Navigator Chuck guide you to the most exciting attractions in Beijing.
Explore the diverse selection of this shop and find unique Chinese ceramics, jade beads, paintings, and other beautiful pieces.
Panjiayuan Flea Market is China's largest secondhand market. You will find all kinds of crafts, antiques, old furniture and periodicals on sale here. A must visit if you want to get your hands on some really good stuff at cheap prices. However, make sure you know the art of bargaining and are good in differentiating a real deal from a fake one. Open seven days a week, the market attracts both domestic as well as foreign tourists. Traders from all over China have their stalls put up in this market. Covering an area of 48,500 square meters, it is a place you can't afford to miss when in Beijing.
Address: 18 Hua Weili, Off Third Ring Road, Beijing, 100021, China
Phone: +86 10 5120 4673
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 08:30 AM to 06:00 PM,Saturday to Sunday from 04:30 AM to 06:00 PMHotel: Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
Distance: 8.1 mi
shop / 8.1 mi
This market sells all things silk. It is the ultimate destination for tourists to take home some silk at reasonable prices.
While the infamous Silk Alley on Jian Guo Men attracts hordes of foreign tourists and prices to match, this little clothing market is where the Chinese locals go for their silken chinoiserie. Running parallel to Qian Men Avenue at its northern end, it consists of stalls selling pajamas, underwear, cheong sams, bags, ties and all manner of Chinese and Western garments made in silk. A popular product is the mini decorative silk mobile phone holder.
Address: Zhu Bao Market Street, Qian Men Avenue, Xuan Wu District, Beijing, 100051, China
Phone: +86 10 8119 1011
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 09:00 AM to 10:00 PMHotel: Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
Distance: 4.1 mi
shop / 4.1 mi
The China-born fashion house is synonymous for its unconventional designs and use of materials. Make a statement with the unique pieces.
Not until very long ago, Blanc de Chine was a relatively unknown name among the general masses; the reason being that it catered exclusively to high profile celebrities. In recent times however, it has opened up to the luxury fashion market and has since had a formidable reputation. The cutting-edge designs draw inspiration from ancient Chinese cultures and are guaranteed to be head-turners.
Address: 1 Jian Guo Men Wai Avenue, 3L207, China World Shopping Mall, Beijing, 100000, China
Phone: +86 10 5961 1816
Website: http://www.blancdechine.com/Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
Distance: 2 mi
shop / 2 mi
A tiny tea-house serving fresh and nutrition-centric vegan dishes. The set-menus, offering a broad range of dishes, are a bargain.
Samadhi Vegetarian Teahouse serves pure vegetarian cuisine. Adorned with a Shiva Guanyin statue and servers dressed in pure white, the restaurant's menu emphasizes fresh, healthy and nutritious food. The set menu is affordable and lets one try the variety of the vegan fare. The braised tofu skin with mixed mushrooms, pure matsukake soup and barley rice are some of the signature dishes here. You can sip on Chinese tea which is available throughout the day.
Address: 16 Xinyuan Nan Lu, 2nd Floor, Shifanghaoting Building, Beijing, 100125, China
Phone: +86 10 8453 1644Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
Distance: 4.3 mi
food / 4.3 mi
Dress to impress at this lush lounge with five themed areas, a rooftop terrace, wine bar and a posh crowd. The food is great too!
Xiu has an amazing vista of the CDB (Central District of Beijing) and serves quality mixed cocktails along with a simple menu of bar snacks for you to enjoy while listening to the live jazz and pop bands. There is also a large wine room where you can enjoy fine wines and liquors. If you are aiming to impress some business associates, or if you are just looking for a nice place to relax and have a good time, this is the right place to be.
Address: 2 Jianguomenwai Da Jie 6F, Beijing, 100022, China
Phone: +86 10 8567 1838
Opening hours: Sunday to Wednesday from 06:00 PM to 02:00 AM,Thursday to Saturday from 06:00 PM to 03:00 AM
Website: http://xiubeijing.com/Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
Distance: 1.3 mi
drink / 1.3 mi
This restaurant, popular with affluent businessmen, offers BBQ treats and traditional Korean dishes like Shabu Shabu.
Over 300 types of traditional dishes of the Korean cuisine are on the menu, but the specialty here is the Shabu Shabu. Dining at Ai Jiang Shan might be a privilege for most as it leans on the expensive side. Many affluent businessmen frequent the restaurant to impress clients. The elaborate desserts here are equally worth the expense.
Address: 12 Jianguomenwai Dajie, Fifth Floor, LG Twin Towers,, Beijing, 100020, China
Phone: +86 10 5109 6036
Website: http://www.aijiangshan.com/Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
Distance: 1.9 mi
food / 1.9 mi
Find the old staircase on the right side of the Chaoyang Theater. Climb it. Have a Japanese single malt over hand-carved ice. Sensational.
Address: 36 East 3rd Ring Road North, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 6507 1107Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel
Distance: 2.4 mi
drink / 2.4 mi