Rent Serviced Apartments in Beijing

Luxury Furnished Accommodation in Beijing

Beijing is the most populated capital around the world. Like any other city, it comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages for its visitors. Pros are the beauty of its culture, the authenticity of its food, and a variety of its endless experiences. Cons are obviously about the lack of personal space and congested options to stay in. 

The good news is that with some of the most thoroughly designed top serviced apartments in Beijing, that set of cons can be conveniently ignored. One can choose from over 87 eclectic selections spread across the massive city. Secure localities, premium décor, and comfort above anything else are the foundational pillars of serviced apartments by

Our Best Furnished Apartments for Long and Short Term Rentals in Beijing

If you are looking for luxury Beijing accomodation, we have a range that are ideal for business or leisure. Rent apartment in Beijing are available for your long or short stay. Each serviced apartment comes with all amenities included.

Benefits of Beijing Accommodation

One major benefit of Beijing accommodation here is a spacious comforting stay option in the usually congested. Amid the mix of old and new cultural residences, top-class modern apartments well-furnished with the classiest décor, make the apartment culture extremely loved and encouraged here. 

Considering the ever-increasing popularity of the serviced apartments, the prices are most competitive. This makes the possibility of striking a great deal, for a modern apartment in a posh area, extremely high. This is unlike several other big cities in China and abroad. 

Corporate Housing in Beijing

Being home to the HQs of most state-owned companies, the capital city is a center of 4 of the world's biggest banks as well. With the most number of Fortune Global 500 companies in the world, Beijing is a corporate hub on a massive global level. There is no question about the significance of corporate accommodation in beijing. with its well-researched selection of exclusive serviced apartments promises a highly comforting stay in Beijing. The warm decor and features ensure the utmost homely comfort away from home. With strategic locations nearest to the subway stations, the convenience factor of the apartment setup makes most popular accommodation for corporate housing in Beijing.

Holiday Apartments in Beijing

With a whopping 62.9 million tourists visiting China (2018), Beijing alone attracted 3.93 million. This makes the city a very popular destination for family, solo, and group holidays.

With a mix of old and new culture, luxury and budget-friendly options, eclectic food, and shopping places, Beijing is home to innumerable holiday apartments. The competition being immense in the Beijing holiday apartments industry, a holiday stay on a budget is quite conveniently available here.

With pick and drop facility, food and groceries ensured, gym memberships, meet and greet facilities, and a lot more, holidays can be way more convenient and affordable than a hotel. If the visiting group is worried about craving home food after a point, the fully-stacked apartment kitchen has got everyone sorted.

Where to Stay in Beijing?

If you are looking for the best places to stay in Beijing. Here are the best neighbouhood which are famous for the serviced apartments in Beijing:

Facilities in Our Rent Apartments in Beijing, China

As far as amenities in our short term rentals in Beijing are concerned, they range from the most basic comforts to the most rarely provided ones. While a traveler needs a handful of features in a place to make the most of a stay, it is the topmost quality of those very basic features that give us the edge over our competitors.

From the first impression of the warm oak floors, crisp linen upholstery, and stunning modern furnishings to the comforts of living in the coziest environment; the collective package of them all make our rent apartments in Beijing so irresistible. 

Travelers are delighted at the level of customizations that our apartments offer. From twin-sharing basis for students living together to traditional abodes giving the authentic cultural vibe of Beijing, the most stunning high-end abodes to the tightest budget tests, we cater to all living preferences alike.

Each rent apartments in Beijing, China is well-crafted with exquisite wooden flooring, branded kitchen appliances, rich velvety upholstery, crisp white bed linens, spacious bathrooms with luxurious toiletries enough for all, and the highest quality mattresses to make it all worth it. We are proud to provide such an unmatched experience in China’s sprawling capital.

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Facts about Beijing City

  • Beijing is China’s capital city.
  • After Shanghai, Beijing is the 2nd most-populated city of the massive country. 
  • Beijing became the political center of 6 significant dynasties that ruled over 21 centuries.
  • Since its inception 'Beijing' was the 16th name given to the magnificent city in 1403.
  • The rich history of the capital city dates back to 3000 years of evolution and 700 years of diverse rule. This makes it one of the oldest inhabited places across the globe.
  • The National Museum of China is listed in some of the largest in the world.
  • The historic city is home to 7 UNESCO World Heritage sites. 
  • The city is home to the largest wall (The Great Wall of China) and the largest Palace (The Forbidden City with 8728 rooms and 90 distinct courtyards and palaces) in the world.
  • Tiananmen Square is the 2nd largest of its kind across the globe. 
  • 9 million people on average take the subway in Beijing every day.

Cost of Living in Beijing

The cost of living in Beijing is surprisingly quite low as compared to other big cities of that stature. While the food and entertainment bills can be easily managed, the living expenses might still sting when dealing with real estate.

Buying a property can be a tough deal with a language barrier, agency formalities, and several other obligations that are a part of property dealings in the country. 

While it may take a good time to adjust to the extremely different surroundings of the country and the city, having a familiar comfort with homely food facilities in the form of a fully-equipped and customized Beijing accommodation will be a real boon.

Tips for Visiting Beijing City

  • Get a local SIM card as soon as possible.
  • Get a VPN super soon to be able to use the regular apps on your phone. 
  • Driving or hiring cars would be a bad option considering Beijing's terrible traffic. Most taxi drivers speak only Chinese. 
  • Just in case, tourists need a special license to drive here. 
  • Prefer eating with friends because the food served here is always a lot for a single person. Restaurants here serve in family-style as sharing is a part of their culture. 
  • Use Baidu Maps for accurate mapping, even though it is in Chinese, it is still more accurate than Google Maps. 
  • Bargaining is a part of the culture here. Slash the price by half, and sometimes even more. 
  • Weekend mornings are best for antique shopping with great bargains.
  • Ink pads and calligraphy brushes are great souvenirs to take back.
  • Eating the iconic Peking Duck is an entire experience in itself. One must-eat this whenever in Beijing.
  • One of the most loved dishes by tourists here is the light wheat crepe made with eggs and bean paste, the Jianbing.
  • Noodles and dumplings in all shapes, stuffings, and sizes are a must-try here.

Things to Do in Beijing

Q. What are the most popular things to do in Beijing?

  • Climbing the massive Beijing Wall has to be the topper of this list. 
  • Must witness the famous Beijing Opera: *Liyuan Theatre (for Opera), *Chang'an Grand Theatre (for Opera), *National Grand Theatre (for its breathtaking dome structure amid water, built with massive glass and titanium)
  • Visiting China's 1st Street, Wangfujing Street (Beer fests, authentic vibe, open cafés).
  • Learn traditional Chinese calligraphy. 
  • Visiting the ‘Bird’s Nest’ in the Olympic Park which is the world's largest and intricate steel structure which was built in 2018 for the Summer Olympics.
  • Visit Tiananmen Square and read about its history and the legend of ‘Tank Man’.

Q. What are some free things to do in Beijing?

  • One of the poshest and most romantic spots, The Place, is free to enter. 
  • Experience the Rice Terrace plantation in Longsheng
  • Capture the surreal Botanical Garden.
  • Visit Yuyuantan Park for its blooming cherry blossoms
  • Boating in Guilin, Li River & Yulong River.
  • Visit the Summer Palace for its alluring 200-year old Magnolia trees. 

Q. Does Beijing have many romantic attractions?

  • The boating experience in the traditionally built and intricately decorated local boats on the Shichahai lake, with lights all around and a musician playing privately for you. A perfect place for proposals.
  • 798 Art Home or SoHo offers a very artistic and romantically inclined ambiance that oozes of ancient luxury and culture. Perfect for a day time spree with your partner. 
  • The Place with 250X30 meters of a massive sky screen which flashes personal messages, the 2nd largest of its kind in China. Recommended during night time and is ideal for proposals.
  • The Summer Palace or the ‘Museum of Royal Gardens’ is a majestically romantic Beijing site.

Q. What are the most family-friendly things to do in Beijing?

  • The Panda House
  • China’s magnificent World Park is a great family-friendly place to explore here as it has a collection of over 100 significant landmarks from around the world in one place. 
  • Jiamao Shopping Centre has a mix of supermarkets, restaurants, entertainment, and playgrounds for kids. Its proximity to Beijing Zoo makes it a great option for a family outing with kids. 
  • Enjoy a breathtaking Beijing view from the World Trade Center Tower III with over 81 floors. The huge building is the 33rd tallest one across the globe and the tallest one in Beijing. 
  • Bai Gong Fang is a collective workshop with over 100 handicraftsmen which makes for a great family experience to explore the authentic culture of Beijing.
  • Beijing Ancient Observatory is a great site for astronomy buffs. 
  • Festivals like Spring FestivalsThe Festival of Blue DragonLantern Festival

Q. What are the more unusual things to do in Beijing?

  • 2 hours ahead of Mutianyu, the Badaling segment allows you to slide down the Zig-Zag slide straight to the ground. The fun wall sights on the way are magnificent.
  • Take a pedicab, much like the Indian 'Rickshaw' in the Hutong area of old Beijing.
  • Trojan Fairy Restaurant offers an unusual meal experience conceptualized around night vision and taste. 
  • Experience the world’s longest outdoor dragon-shaped escalator. Kids find it very fascinating.
  • Dongyue temple with 76 unusual stages of the afterlife. It is a very distinct experience in itself.
  • Eat at this highly questionable restaurant which serves faces, genitals, claws, and more weird things on the menu. 
  • Visit the China Watermelon Museum. It is quite unusual in its concept but very fascinating and appealing in its use of technology, massive laboratory-like glass structure, and neon lights.

Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Beijing

UNESCO heritage Sites:

  • The Great Wall of China (Mutianyu is a fairly less-crowded section and Badaling is the most popular one)
  • The Ming Tombs
  • The Grand Canal
  • The Temple of Heaven
  • Peking Man Site
  • The Forbidden City
  • The Summer Palace

Sites of Worship:

  • Lama Temple
  • Temple of Agriculture or Xiannongtan
  • Ox Street or Niujie Mosque
  • Shichahai or the 10 Temple Lake (For old Beijing charm and a moment of peace; it is a lovely black lake). Some remaining temples here include Guangji Temple, Guangfu Guan, and Huoshen Temple.

Museums Sites:

  • Capital Museum
  • The National Museum of China
  • Beijing Ancient Architecture Museum
  • Paleozoological Museum of China

Places to Eat in Beijing

Popular categories:

  • Quanjude (Most popular for the iconic Peking Duck)
  • Choy’s Seafood Restaurant (Traditional Chinese seafood)
  • Jin Ding Xuan Restaurant (Since 1998) (for Cantonese cuisine)
  • King’s Joy Beijing (For vegetarians)
  • Dali Courtyard (For a romantic cosy meal)
  • Kiev (For Ukrainian cuisine and great 6 pm concerts)
  • Fangshan Restaurant (Imperial Court-style setup and cuisine from the Qing Dynasty)
  • Destination Club (LGBT hub, art, food, and more).

Locally Loved

  • Spring Trees 
  • Baron Rozi Xinjiang (Lamb delicacies)
  • Jindingxuan (For affordable dimsums)

Bar streets

  • Sanlitun bar street (Posh)
  • Nanluoguxiang Hutong (Modern version)
  • Workers' Stadium
  • Houhai Bar street

Food Streets

  • Fucheng Street (Upscale)
  • Niujie (or Ox Street) Muslim Street
  • Qianmen Street (Most popular)


  • Nice Rice
  • Mr. Shi’s
  • Xian Lao Man

Street food in Beijing

Food Streets

  • Wangfujing Snack Street is the most popular one among tourists and a bit of souvenir shopping can be done too.
  • Donghuamen Night Market has a crazy variety of Chinese snack stalls serving snakes to scorpions and whatnot.
  • Guijie Street or Ghost Street is famous for more spicy Beijing snacks. It is open round the clock and crawfish is a specialty here. 


  • Roast Duck Wrap/ Taco/ Puff
  • Barbecued Squid
  • Kung Pao Chicken
  • Jianbing (a specialty breakfast crepe)
  • Dumplings
  • Handmade Tofu Dishes
  • Cold Sesame Noodles
  • Zhajiangmian Noodles and Luzhu Bowl (An elaborate noodle dish served with secret soybean paste and a bowl full of pork organs and intestines in broth).
  • Miancha Bowls (Creamy sesame porridge)
  • Red Bean Cake (Instagram-worthy snack served shaped in alphabets)
  • Pork Dishes (fried in ball shapes or served in sweet sauces)
  • Douzhi (Stinky fermented bean soup, some love it while some hate it but it is another specialty here.)


  •  Bīngtánghúlu: It is a glossy red candy-like ball that is made with sugar syrup dipped fruits and is iconic to Beijing.
    • Àiwōwo: White coconut-covered rice balls with a sweet filling of hawthorn, dates, or bean paste.
    • Wāndòu huáng: This is a sweet delicacy made from split peas mashed and pureed to melt in the mouth.
  • Lǘ dǎgǔn or rolling donkeys: Sticky rice covered in soybean flour.

Tip: Do try the Beijing yogurt to wash the street food down

Shopping in Beijing

  • The Place (Lavish mall vibe)
  • Panjiayuan Flea Market (For authentic Chinese antiques, affordable)
  • Yandai Xiejie Street (For art galleries, antique shopping, and cafes)
  • Nanluoguxiang Hutong (Affordable but has variety; for bars, handicrafts, and clothing)
  • XiuShui Street or Silk Market (Most popular)
  • Xidan Commercial Street (For shopping malls)

Antique Shopping

  • Liulichang Street (For old books and paintings)
  • Panjiayuan Street (For huge statues and furniture)
  • The whopping 5.8 acres of the Beijing Curio City has over 500 antique stores. It is the largest among the Asian trading centers of antique. Film fests and exhibitions are other prime attractions here.

Transportation in Beijing

The subway network of Beijing is the longest and the busiest across the globe (2016). It is quick, efficient, and cheap. If opting for an authentic local experience, go for the subway any day. It is intricately connected to most parts of the city.

Buses are a great option as well as far as affordability is concerned. Rickshaws are a must-try in the hutong alleys. Not many know that bicycles are one of the most popular preferences here. A good chunk of the outdoor area is dedicated to bicycle stands.

Bullet trains are a great means for intercity travels to Hong Kong, Shanghai, and more. One must anyway experience bullet trains when in China. The Tianjin Cruise Port is just 200 km away for a memorable cruise experience in the country. There is a special subway line called The Airport Express for movement from the airport but most serviced apartments provide that facility anyway.

As far as air travel is concerned, Beijing is home to 2 huge airports and a new 3rd one. While Beijing Capital International Airport is the largest in the country, Nanyuan Airport and Daxing International Airport are the other less popular additions.

Weather in Beijing

Being the capital of extreme weather conditions, the city is most pleasant between March to May and August to November. Both summers and winters being bitter, the spring and autumn seasons are most loved by visitors here.

The air quality is comparatively much better during these months. The temperatures during the spring season range from 14-20 °C. The Autumn period witnesses the range of 15-25 °C. 

With so much to experience and explore, Beijing deserves a closer look as a passionate local which can only be possible if one spends a few weeks or months in this historic capital of China.