A purpose-built sanctuary that draws its design cues from traditional Beijing siheyuan (quadrangle mansions), The PuXuan is hands-down one of the city’s most stylish hotels.
Inward-facing courtyards create a wonderful feeling of seclusion, with windows artfully positioned to frame views of the world outside, such as the tapering eaves of hutong rooftops, or the grand pavilion atop Jingshan Park.
As a base for sightseeing, you couldn’t ask for a more central location; a subway station is just beyond the hotel’s entrance, and you can reach the malls of Wangfujing or the gentrifying alleyways of Dongcheng District on foot.
Facing a busy traffic intersection, The PuXuan occupies the upper portion of a modernist cuboid building home to a fine-art auction centre.
Broad avenues lead from the hotel to Beijing’s commercial and retail heart of Wangfujing, and you’ll also find pockets of hutong to explore nearby.
A corner tower of the Forbidden City is a fifteen-minute stroll away, opposite delightful Jingshan Park.
The PuXuan is just over the road from the National Art Museum of China.
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