Crowne Plaza Beijing Chaoyang U-Town is perfectly located in the Central Business District, adjacent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Embassy areas, Sanlitun Bar Street and The Silk Market. The hotel is only a 5-minute walk from Chaoyangmen Subway Station and just 30 minutes drive from Beijing Capital International Airport. The hotel adjoins popular U-Town Lifestyle Center and Shopping Mall, which features a vibrant array of leisure and entertainment venues. The hotel’s 360 well-designed guest rooms are well soundproofed, luxurious & comfortable. Located on the 18th-20th floors, our Crowne Plaza Club Floors offer tailor-made services in an executive style, with exceptionally high levels of comfort. Meeting facilities is a must to introduce, the hotel features a 1050 sqm pillar-free Crowne Ballroom , eight flexible function rooms, nature daylight Foyer and 480 sqm glass-roofed Chapel . The hotel features 500 sqm of space for health oriented leisure options, including a fully equipped gym, sauna, spa, steam room and our heated indoor swimming pool with glass roof and bar. Treat yourself to wonderful authentic German food & home-brewed beers at our signature Hopfenstube Restaurant. Our ‘Cafe on the 6th’ all-day dining restaurant offers an extensive buffet or a la carte option throughout the day. Or simply relax at our very comfortable Chao Lounge off the lobby for afternoon tea or a refreshing drink.
Everything excellent about this hotel: service, location, rooms, pool.
There was no air conditioning so my room fluctuated between 26-28C. Much too hot to sleep in. The beds in the twin room are not wide enough for two people to sleep on, as is the custom for some rooms in China.
Good location next to a shopping center with direct access to the mall. Nice rooms and well maintained pool area including whirlpool. Price for breakfast highly overpriced at 155 RMB++
Internet service was ridiculous. Blocked my email from two of my US and HK companies, couldn't us SKYPE at all and took their staff 1 hr to even get me connected to Internet.