NUO Hotel Beijing epitomises elegance and exclusivity. Ideally situated at the crossroads of famous Chang An Avenue and the district of Wangfujing, NUO Hotel Beijing is in the heart of the prestigious business and commercial districts. Resting a few minutes from the city's must-sees such as the mystical Forbidden City, historical Tiananmen Square and the Silk Market. Built in 1900, it has hosted guests in elegant exclusivity since that time with seamless service and delicious cuisine.


  • Authentic décor in a historical building
  • Walking distance to all major sightseeing
  • Close to local markets
  • Fantastic service
  • Wangfujing Street where you can taste the local delicacies


Beijing, China

How to get there

The hotel is about 50 minutes by taxi from the Beijing Capital International Airport, which is served by both international & domestic flights.

Best time to go

Generally speaking, the best months to visit China are in the spring or autumn months of April, May, September and October as temperatures are warm and it is fairly dry.

Our thoughts

The location can't be beaten at NUO Hotel Beijing, which is key to maximising sightseeing while in Beijing. To really immerse yourself in the colonial history of NUO Hotel Beijing try their famous 'Afternoon Tea' after a day's sightseeing.

  • Fitness centre
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Drawing room


East 33 - East 33 caters for all taste buds, from traditional Chinese dishes featuring dim-sum and spicy Sichuan dishes to authentic Italian pizzas and pasta, this Asian meets Western mix creates a unique international buffet restaurant.

Jaan - Jaan brings you back to the glamorous 1920s when the Grand Hotel de Pekin was known as the Number One Hotel in the Far East. The original 1920 dance floor and sparkling crystal chandeliers showcase the days when NUO Hotel Beijing first served as the meeting place between Chinese and foreign dignitaries. French cuisine is what we praised here and is complemented by a wide selection of prestigious French and New World wines.

Writers Bar - The Writers Bar, the long-established rendezvous point for both social and business gatherings. The cuisine may be described as sophisticated comfort food; but it's home to all the favourites such as sandwiches, pasta, salads as well as steak tartare, a jumbo hot dog and classic New York cheesecake - which are considered by locals as the best in town. 

NUO Hotel Beijing optimises French regal glamour with a hint of Oriental, and this can be seen throughout with its careful mixture of French architecture. There is a collection of Grand Suites and Landmark Rooms which are designed and finished with impeccable standards; marble bathrooms, traditional ornate rugs and all-encompassing beds. There are also the Personality Suites, which are a collection of nine rooms that are each designed to highlight the personality of a particular dignitary.

The nine Personality Suites are:

  • Dr Sun Yat Sen Suite
  • George Bernard Shaw Suite
  • Zhang Xue Liang Suite
  • Guo Moruo Suite
  • Bernard Law Montgomery Suite
  • Li Zong Ren Suite
  • Henri Cartier-Bresson Suite
  • Charles de Gaulle Suite
  • Feng Yu Xiang Suite
  • Ancient Observatory
  • Bei Hai Park
  • Beijing Underground City
  • Hutong Square
  • Li River
  • National Grand Theatre
  • Panjiayuan Antique Market
  • Peking (Beijing) Opera House
  • Tianmen Square
  • The Temple of Heaven
  • The Forbidden City
  • The Lama Temple
  • Wangfujing Street
  • Yuan Ming Yuan (Old Summer Palace)

The larger rooms and suites are great for families and the staff's "can do" attitude makes the hotel very accommodating for children.

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