Luxury Apartments in Central Beijing
Nestled in the heart of Beijing’s World Trade Centre commercial circle and in the core of Chaoyang District, Fraser Suites CBD , Beijing offers more than just business convenience.
Located right in front of The Place, a major shopping mall, the property is situated within the vicinity of luxury shopping, international restaurants, a diverse range of amenities and a scenic park that balances the city’s hustle and bustle with serenity and tranquility.
Whether it is for business or for leisure, alone or with a family in tow, Fraser Suites CBD, Beijing is the desired accommodation for all travellers.
Fraser Suites CBD, Beijing
12 Jin Tong Xi Road,
Chao Yang District, Beijing,
Fraser Suites CBD, Beijing
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
- Supermarket-Olie (3-minute walk)
- Starbucks (5-minutes walk)
- Vista Clinic (3-minute walk)
- Ritan Park (10-minute walk)
- Subway stations (5-minute walk)
- Silk Market (10-minute drive)
- CCTV Leaning Tower (10-minute walk)
- China World Traders Centre (3-minute walk)
Getting to Fraser Suites CBD, Beijing
Airport Shuttle Bus
- Take Line 1 and alight at Da Bei Yao Station,
- 15 minutes walk to Fraser Suites CBD Beijing.
Airport Express Train
- Take the Subway Line 10 and alight at Jin Tai Xi Zhao Station, or
- Guo Mao station at Subway Line1 and Line 10, or
- Yong An Li Station at subway Line 1
- 10 minutes walk to Fraser Suites CBD Beijing.
- Arrange in advance if desired so that the taxi driver can meet you at the Arrival gate. Charges typically comprise a starting fare plus a mileage fare chargeable by the distance.
Located in northern China, Beijing is China’s political, economic, cultural and educational centre as well as its most important centre for international trade and communications.
With a history that dates back three millennia, Beijing is home to many landmarks and architectures that are illustrious of its rich culture and heritage. Well known for Tiananmen, the world’s fourth largest square in the world, the well-preserved imperial palace - Forbidden City, and the iconic Great Wall of China that has been destroyed and restored many times throughout its entire history, Beijing constantly marvels visitors both from various parts of the country and around the world.
The city is by all means a modern and fashionable city that exudes vitality of the 21st century with its towering skyscrapers, busy shopping malls and heavy city traffic. With an extensive transportation system comprising expressways, national highways, conventional railways, high-speed railways and one of the world’s busiest airports, Beijing as a capital city of China connects far and wide, locally and internationally.
Essential Facts About Beijing
Elevated at 143 feet above sea level, Beijing has a continental climate. The best times to visit Beijing are May, September and October. December and January are the coldest months, with an average temperature of –4° C (–25° F); while June and July are its warmest with an average temperature of 26°C (79° F).
English is used at major corporations and key places of interest.
GMT +8 hours
Here are three types of visas for foreigners who are residing in China for a period of time.
- ‘Z’ (Vocational) Visa
This visa is for foreigners employed by independent investment joint ventures or foreign investment enterprises in Beijing. The same will apply to their spouses and dependents. This visa is also for foreign expatriates working in Beijing, and their dependents.
Within 30 days of arrival, all family members must visit the Exit and Entry Administration of the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau to have their resident applications processed.
- ‘X’ (Study) Visa
This visa is for foreign students entering Beijing for studies. Within 30 days of arrival, students must visit the Exit and Entry Administration of the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau to have their resident applications processed.
- ‘J-1’ (Journalist) Visa
This visa is for resident correspondents and journalists based in Beijing. Within 30 days of arrival, they must visit the Exit and Entry Administration of the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau to have their resident applications processed.
For more details, please visit the Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau website at www.bjgaj.gov.cn.
The unit currency is Renminbi (RMB), which comes in denominations of one, two, five, 10, 20, 50 and 100. Credit cards are widely accepted at larger establishments.
All prices are tax-inclusive when charged and there is no other tax that needs to be levied.
Tipping is not commonly practised in China. Most hotels automatically add a 15% service charge to the total bill.
Banks and government offices:
Mondays to Fridays, 08:30 to 17:30 hours
Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 18:00 hours
Saturday, 09:00 to 13:00 hours
Shops and department stores, may vary but mostly:
Mondays to Sundays: 09:00 to 21:00 hours, including public holidays.
The three biggest mobile telephone service providers are China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom.
Medical facilities in Beijing are generally of high standard.
Voltage is 220V AC.
New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year or Spring Festival (three days), Labour Day (three days) and National Day (three days).
- ‘Z’ (Vocational) Visa