Beijing Municipal Commission of Tourism Development


Experience a Hutong Lifestyle at VUE Hotel


VUE Hotel is perfectly located in the heart of the capital, minutes away from the city’s famous attractions, such as the Tian'anmen Square, the Forbidden City, Jingshan Park, and the Temple of Heaven. Enjoying great view of the Houhai Lake, while the Prince Gong’s Mansion and the Former Residence of Soong Ching-ling are within walking distance, it is a great place to experience the unique and unforgettable hutong lifestyle, an essential part of any visit to Beijing.

Designed by a famous studio from Singapore, the hotel was built based on a group of historic buildings from the 1950s. Once entering the hotel, you will discover a series of landscaped gardens, a bakery café fronting the bustle of the hutongs, a signature restaurant in a warehouse, a rooftop bar overlooking the lake, a gym, and over 80 rooms and suites, several with private gardens or with views overlooking the park or lake.

The rooms of the hotel feature a style of contemporary aesthetic, from the intelligent lighting system to the room-wide Bluetooth audio system, from the in-room coffee machine to the hypoallergenic, 600-thread-count sheets, all of these are designed to satisfy different requirement of the guests. Ancient history, modern convenience, and futuristic design come together in harmony for an unforgettable guest experience at VUE Hotel.

Address: No.9 Yangfang Alley, Xicheng District, Beijing

Tel: (86)010-5385-9000


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