A city where past heritage and modern architecture nestle together, Beijing has made its presence felt in the world map ever since the dawn of human civilization. This is the site of atleast seven Unesco world heritage ruins- The Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palca, Ming Tombs, Zhoukoudian, Great Canal and the Great Wall of China, of which the last one defines the geographic and architectural marvel which has immortalized China. Apart from these glorious structures, there are some jaw dropping buildings like CCTV Building, Galaxy Soho, the NCPA concert hall and the Olympic Stadium. And ofcourse, who can miss the Chinese Temples that glitter Beijing with their presence!The capital city of people’s Republic of China, Beijing populous glares hard in the eyes of the travellers, yet at the same time one is overawed by this city which serves as political, educational and cultural centre of the country.Characterized by the vastness between the locations, it would be an experience in itself to explore broad boulevards and modern buildings which have come to replace the earlier hotungs with narrow lanes and single story buildings.There are some expensive hotels in the city centre, especially in Dongcheng District and on the eastern 3rd Ring Road in Chaoyang District, however one can definitely locate a decent accommodation with a large number of three and four star mid-range hotels throughout the city and in all districts. Rosewood Beijing, The Regent Beijing, Jing An Shangrila Hotel, Hotel Eclat, The Peninsula, Aman at Summer Palace Beijing are some good hotels in Beijing where you can plan your stay.