Jade Garden Hotel Beijing
The Jade Garden Hotel was built in the 1930’s. In 1946, the Chinese Communist Party signed the Cease-Fire Agreement with the Guomindang. To carry out the Cease-Fire Agreement, the Guomindang, the Communist Party and the United States set up a joint Cease-Fire Committee in Beijing. The Jade Garden Hotel was chosen as the headquarters of General Ye Jianying, a hero of the Long March, and the Communist Cease-Fire Delegation—just some of the history of this building and its surroundings. The Jade Garden Hotel is situated at the center of Beijing. From the hotel’s entrance, you can see the east gate of the Forbidden City and the only walking street, Wangfujing Street, at the heart of Beijing’s shopping and business center, just five minutes away. From rooms on the south side of the hotel, you can see Tian’anmen Square and the traditional Beijing family house compounds (hutongs) surrounding the hotel. Tian’anmen Square and many impressive official government buildings, as well as the Ming imperial city wall, are within sight of the windows of guest rooms on the east side of the hotel, a 5 minute walk away. The Jade Garden Hotel has received a government rating of four stars, and in 1995 was designated a historical landmark. The guest rooms are furnished with comfortable Chinese furniture, modern or traditional. With its convenient location, beautiful surroundings and the best of service facilities, the Jade Garden Hotel is as the ideal choice for all travelers.
No.1, Nanheyan Street, Dongcheng District Beijing,China 100006
Taxi or Subway Line 1 to Tian'an men East Station or Line 5 to Dongdan Station
Child within 3years is for free when sharing the same bed with parents
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