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Welcome to City Court

City Court The hotel is within walking distance of the Bell & Drum Towers, Nanluoguxiang bar street, the scenic Shichahai area and the underground train station. It lies approximately 3.5 km from the Forbidden City (North Gate) and Jingshan Park, 2 km from Beihai Park (North Gate) and some 5 km from Tiananmen Square. This establishment is about 7 km from the main 2008 Olympic stadium and 26 km from the airport.||Renovated in 2008, the hotel is housed in buildings dating back to the Ming Dynasty (500 years ago), which were then expanded from the beginning of the Yuan Dynasty of over 600 years ago. It was once part of the mansion belonging to MuKuShi, the fourth daughter of NuErHaChi (the first Emperor of the Qing Dynasty). This historic city hotel comprises a total of 24 rooms and a garden. Facilities on offer at this air-conditioned establishment include a lobby area with a 24-hour reception service and 24-hour check-in/check-out service, a hotel safe, a café and a bar.||All rooms come with comfortable and complete facilities, including a private bathroom, a direct dial telephone with domestic and international calling, an LCD TV and individually adjustable air conditioning and heating units. They are also equipped with Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and a king-size or double bed.||Guests may select their midday meal from a buffet.||Guests arriving by car from Beijing Capital Airport should drive from the flyway to the airport express way, and then straight on to Andingmen West Street. Then turn right onto Beiluogu Alley, and right again on to Huafeng Street. Finally, drive to Liulisi Street, and guests will find the hotel by the side of the road.
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