The Chang An Grand Hotel Beijing (Shaanxi Mansion) is located in Beijing’s Chaoyang District, where the majority of Beijing's Foreign Embassies are and home to the World Center with Beijing’s bustling Central Business District. We are minutes from China’s historical Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Chairman Mao Zedong Memorial Hall and driving distance to “The Great Wall of China”. Close by is the well-known Sanlitun bar street shopping area. Be amazed by Olympic Park, built for the 2008 Summer Olympics, stroll the famous Silk Street and you can browse the neighboring Antique Mall City as well as catch up on your reading at the Capital Library.
Our professional Guest Service staff and our unique architectural style complimented by traditional Chinese décor welcomes you to the beautiful Chang An Grand Hotel Beijing (Shaanxi Mansion).
At The Chang An Grand Hotel Beijing (Shaanxi Mansion), our service matches the architectural artistry and attention to detail of the hotel, emphasizing individuality while providing traditional and unparalleled guest satisfaction. Reflective of a five-star hotel, we offer all the amenities and services you would expect, in an environment that is relaxing and attentive within peaceful surroundings.
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The Chang An Grand Hotel Beijing (Shaanxi Mansion) is located in the 3rd Ring in the southeast corner of Beijing city near the Jinghu and Jingha Expressway, 30 minutes from the Beijing Capital International Airport and just 5 minutes from the famous Central Business District (CBD), 15 minutes from the Beijing Economic-Technological Development Area (BDA). The hotel is adjacent to Beijing Antique City which is China’s largest curio and folk art market. Other area attractions include the Panjiayuan Flea Market, Capital Library (one of the Beijing's largest libraries) and Longian Park......【more】