Chateau Laffitte Hotel, a grand French chateau in Beijing

The French who are traveling to Beijing and do not want to give in to Chinese style, preferring to maintain the habits and moods of the Great nations, we have a hotel recommendation that will suit them. The Chateau Laffitte Hotel in Beijing was in fact built from scratch, recreating a real French chateau thatis really great although not reaching the heights of majesty and elegance of the castles of the Loire.

Chateau Laffitte Hotel

Chateau Laffitte Hotel

Hotel's small island

Hotel’s small island

The Chateau Laffitte presents itself as a luxury hotel with a spa and wine museum and for those who don’t know, Chateau Lafite is one of the most famous French wines and is very expensive. The hotel was built in the middle of a small island surrounded by a wide channel passed by two bridges in white stone. Surrounded by a large park, also in style, the castle offers a range of accommodation: Standard rooms, Executive suites, Suites and Grand Suites.

The big bridge

The big bridge

Hotel's front garden

Hotel’s front garden

There are two bulding and the two structures are connected by a large porch that spans a huge yard, a kind of parade that from the pictures it looks really very large (it is said that as many as 10,000 people may find the spot). If you are interested in staying at Lafitte you have to arrive in the city of Qijiazhen which is 15 kilometers east of Beijing Capital International Airport and 10 kilometers south of the Olympic Village.

Interior

Interior

Hotel's room

Hotel’s room

 

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