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Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel

Perched above one of Beijing’s most famous streets and with incredible views of the Forbidden City, there’s no better way to explore the Chinese capital than with a stay at the Wangfujing hotel. Ideal for business travelers, we have all the modern amenities you’d expect as well as five flexible meeting spaces and a spacious ballroom that can be readily adapted for any event. If you want to impress your clients, invite them to an evening at our Hutong Club’s private dining area, complete with karaoke and golf simulator. Meanwhile, let local Navigator Jefferson be your guide to the dozens of enticing shops and eateries on ever-bustling Wangfujing Street.


Mutianyu Great Wall - find
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Mutianyu Great Wall

One of must see attractions in Beijing.
This section Great Wall is famous for its good view and location. It is around 80km from downtown. It has a cable car to the top of mountain and also has a slide to get down from the top. Around 90% of guests are people who come from abroad.
Address: Mutianyu, Huairou District, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 6162 6873
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 40.42 mi
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Yu Gong Yi Shan

A Chinese proverb about a foolish man who wants to remove a mountain and who succeeds in it!
It is a tiny live venue located in a parking lot across the Worker’s Stadium in Beijing. The venue was awarded the “best live house” by That’s Beijing Magazine.
Address: 3-2 Zhangzizhong Road, Dong Chen District, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 6404 2711
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 1.94 mi
Capital M - find
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Capital M

Have dinner on the rooftop and you can see the Tian'anmen area at the same time.
This restaurant has a stunning view over Tian'anmen area. The changing menu features seasonal tastes. A range of fine wines and classic cocktails are offered at the bar, and small dishes and desserts are served in the Oval Room to the left of the bar from 5pm-midnight.
Address: 2 Qianmen Street, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 6702 2727
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 1.55 mi
Tai Ku Li - find
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Tai Ku Li

This is a department store where you can find brands like Adidas, Nike and Apple.
This is the hottest shopping spot in the city, which was named Salitun Village before. A great combination of playful architecture, cosmopolitan eateries and extensive shopping options.
Address: 3 Gongti Bei lu, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 6417 6110
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 4.09 mi
Vics - find
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Vics

Vics is one of the largest and most impressive dance clubs.
Vics is the Beijing No.1 bar here, it has the best location which located at North Gate of Gong Ti. After a exciting football match, it is a great place to have a happy hour.
Address: Gongti Bei Lu, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 5293 0333
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 3.55 mi
Bei Hai Park - find
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Bei Hai Park

The Royal Garden that is the closest to Forbidden City.
Bei Hai Park is located in Central Beijing. It is one of the oldest and most authentic imperial gardens in China. It has a history of over1000 years.
Address: 1 Wenjin Street, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 6404 0610
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 1.51 mi
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Temple Restaurant Beijing

Nice French-style restaurant where you will discover something wonderful.
Located in a 600-year-old temple, this restaurant impresses with its exquisitely presented French dishes, with relatively small portions and rich, bold flavors.
Address: 23 Shatanbeijie, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 8400 2232
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 0.97 mi
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Shin Kong Place

You will find Prada, Armani, LV, and Gucci in this luxury shopping department store.
This department store brings in more than 900 international brands. Shin Kong Place sells mid to high level clothing and goods. Twenty international brands have made their debut appearance in China at this mall.
Address: 87 Jianguolu, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 6530 5888
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 4.51 mi
UCCA Store - find
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UCCA Store

The UCCA Store showcases products from well-known designers. Definitely make a trip here if you stop by to see the exhibitions.
Inside the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, the UCCA Store features a variety of products from renowned artists and designers. Find clothing, home decor, books, accessories, and even furniture in this eclectic yet well curated shop. Pick up a leather bound traveler's notebook to record special journeys in. Or, check out the PUSU furniture, designed with intellectuals in mind. 
Address: 2 Jiuxianqiao Road, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 8459 9715
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 7.9 mi
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Duck de chine

Widely recognized for serving some of the city's best roast duck.
This stylish restaurant is extremely popular among both locals and expats. Side dishes also stand out, and seasonal recommendations from the chefs change every two months. This is also a top spot for dim sum, which is discounted 50 percent at lunchtime.
Address: 98 Jinbao Street, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 6521 2221
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 1.43 mi
Forbidden City - find
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Forbidden City

The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty.
The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty—the years 1420 to 1912. It is located in the center of Beijing, China, and now houses the Palace Museum. It served as the home of emperors and their households as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government for almost 500 years.
Address: 4 Jingshan qian Jie, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 65132255
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 0.63 mi
Jing A Taproom - find
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Jing A Taproom

Jing A is a new space offering 16 taps so that you can get the largest selection.
Jing A is a new space offering over a dozen taps of beer, which makes it amongst the largest selection of beer taps in the city. There is something wonderful about a freshly-poured pint of stout from a tap.
Address: 1949 Gongti Bei Lu, Beijing, China
Phone: +86 10 6501 8883
Hotel: Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel
Distance: 4 mi

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57 Wangfujing Street Dongcheng District Beijing 100006 China +86 10 6520 8888 Book now

Services & Amenities

  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC fragrance
  • Fitness Center
  • High Speed Internet
  • Restaurant On-site
  • Meeting Event Space
  • Full Service Spa
  • Business Center
  • Pool