Venue & Hospitality

Venue Details:

Radisson Blu Hotel
Beijing
6A East Beisanhuan Road,
Chaoyang District
100028 Beijing
China

Conference Dates: August 10-11, 2017

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.
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Transportation

Driving Directions to

 

Directions from Beijing Capital International Airport to Radisson Blu Hotel, Beijing -
 
From the airport by car:
  • Take the Airport Expressway toward the city for approximately 20 kilometers. 
  • Exit at Sanyuanqiao and turn west to Sanyuan Xiqiao toward the CIEC. 
  • Turn left from Sanyuan Xiqiao, and find the hotel on the right.
 
From the airport by subway:
 
The Airport Express of the Beijing Subway departs from Terminals 2 and 3 and makes a stop at Sanyuanqiao, from which travelers can walk or take connecting transportation.
 
From the airport by bus:
 
An airport shuttle bus runs several lines into the city. Travelers can take Line 4 Gongzhufen, which stops at the CIEC next to the hotel.

 

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About City

Beijing, Jing for short, is a city in northern China and the capital of China. Lying 70 mi (102 km) west of Bohai Sea, it outskirts Hebei Province toward the north, west, south, and for a little segment in the east and Tianjin toward the southeast. This city is a noteworthy transportation center point, with many railroads, streets and motorways going through the city. It is likewise the goal of numerous universal flights landing in China. It is viewed as the political, instructive, and social focus of China. With a past filled with over 3,000 years, it has been a basic piece of China's history. There is barely a noteworthy building that doesn't have at any rate some national chronicled essentialness. Being the capital of China for around 850 years, it is one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, offering China's most awesome cluster of attractions. No other city in the country draws in more explorers. As the platitude goes, one who neglects to achieve the Great Wall is not a genuine legend. Without going by the Great Wall, no excursion to this city or the nation is finished. The Great Wall of China is a progression of stone and earthen strongholds in northern China, constructed, modified and kept up between the fifth century BC and the sixteenth century to shield the northern fringes from Xiongnu assaults amid different progressive administrations. At the heart of this city is the Forbidden City, home to the heads of the Ming and Qing administrations, the biggest royal residence complex of the country and the world. The Forbidden City likewise has the Palace Museum with majestic accumulations of Chinese craftsmanship. Siheyuan (Courtyard houses) and hutong (back roads) just develop in appeal as they diminishing in size. Patio houses are normal of places of northern China, a full epitome of the Chinese logic of "the solidarity of man and nature." Courtyards guests can see today were for the most part worked from the Qing Dynasty to 1930s. Hutong is the most run of the mill sort of old paths. More than 7,000 back roads are scattered all through the city, each has a story to tell. Those slender paths bend through more established segments and frame an outdoors exhibition hall where you can cheerfully meander heedlessly for a considerable length of time. To encounter the old Beijing, a Hutong visit is an absolute necessity. Old One is awesome and stunning while New One is phenomenal and energizing. Financial change and the readiness of the 29th Olympic Games have quickened the pace and size of progress and equipped the city with a feeling of advancement. This city these days offers a perpetual blend of theaters, discos, bars, business focuses, a wide range of eateries and shopping centers that will amuse guests. 798 Art Zone, the presentation focus of cutting edge Chinese craftsmanship, has the yearly 798 workmanship celebration. The International Music Festival was started in 1998 and held in the city every year. This city brags more than a hundred shopping centers, including the customary shopping ranges like Wangfujing, Qianmen Dashilan, and Xidan and the recently developed business territories like Guomao, Oriental Xin Tian Di and Zhongguancun Square. On the off chance that you scan for global exchange dress, you can't miss Xiushui and Yaxiu. Need a savor the night? Simply discover a bar and unwind. This city has many bar avenues and bar zones with bright neon lights requiring those bar darlings of the night. Other than savoring a bar, guests can go to listen to Peking Opera during the evening. Peking Opera is a type of customary Chinese theater which joins music, vocal execution, emulate, move and aerobatic exhibition. It is to a great degree well known in the capital and has come to be viewed as one of the social fortunes of China.