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Fairmont Beijing Hotel is located smack-dab in the Central Business District among heavy competition, but stands out from other luxury hotels in China’s capital thanks to its excellent location, food and beverage options, and special leisure amenities. Just two blocks away from Beijing’s Yonganli subway station, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel is ideally located for both business and leisure travelers — and if you’d rather not take the subway, there are plenty of taxis around to drive you the short distance to some of the city’s biggest attractions and commercial areas. Even the pickiest guests will find something tempting in one of Fairmont Beijing Hotel’s dining venues, which includes Lunar 8’s famous Peking duck, the Champagne Bar Asian-inspired cocktails and delicious snacks and The Cut, which is modeled after a Chicago steakhouse. The guest rooms are spacious and nicely appointed with Nespresso machines, a Bose sound system, bedside control panels, and marble bathrooms with an advanced Toto washlet and a gilded rain showerhead. Leisure guests can retreat to the three-level Willow Stream Spa housed on the hotel’s rose-gold glass-covered skybridge, or make use of the large gym, yoga studio, indoor swimming pool, steam room and in-house tai chi lessons. A Fairmont Gold club lounge on the 20th floor serves not just complimentary refreshments, but also a tempting breakfast spread, English and Chinese afternoon tea, and evening cocktails.