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Phone:

(010)58168999


Address:

No.88 Dengshikou Street, Dongcheng District Beijing


Postal Code:

100006

Lobby - Sunworld Hotel Beijing

Sunworld Hotel Beijing


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Sunworld Hotel Beijing (formerly Beijing Tianlun Songhe Hotel) is located in dongcheng district, the center of downtown Beijing at the corner of Wangfujing and Dengshikou (the 'Golden Street' and 'Silver Street' of Beijing). Sunworld Hotel Beijing is near many famous historical and cultural landmarks, including the Forbidden City, Tian An Men. There are many commercial buildings and shopping malls in close vicinity. There are also many places of interest to visit like the “Siheyuan” (the Chinese Bungalow). The 308 guest rooms and suites have been designed with a traditional but refined style.


Sunworld Hotel Beijing offers 308 guestrooms in an 11-floor building fronted by a gated courtyard. Four restaurant venues include a bar with snooker table. A basement relaxation centre offers five massage rooms, a sauna, and a relaxation lounge with TV. A fitness centre is also on site.


The ballroom of Sunworld Hotel Beijing is 220 square metres (2,367 square feet) and can hold up to 330. There are three further meeting rooms, two of 70 square metres (753 square feet), and one of 120 square metres (1291 square feet). The business centre has five computer terminals with Internet access (surcharge) and a range of business, translation, and secretarial services. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) covers the hotel’s public areas.

Sunworld Hotel Beijing 's conference facilities include a 220-square-metre (2,367-square-foot) ballroom, which is complemented by a small business centre and wireless Internet access (surcharge), which covers the public areas. A fitness centre is also on site, as well as a relaxation center incorporating massage rooms, sauna, and TV lounge.

Contemporary Wangfujing Street, renowned for its shopping, is just around the corner; but down the back alleys that lead away from it are traditional restaurants and bars in an atmosphere of Old China. Just to the north, the city’s back lakes district has also survived development, and offers wandering lanes and old houses along a rambling series of lakes—a good escape from the city centre.