Comfort Inn & Suites Sanlitun, Beijing
No. 6 Gong Ti Bei Lu
Phone: (86) 10 85235522
Fax: (86) 10 85235577
No. 6 Gong Ti Bei Lu Chao Yang District, Beijing, CN, 100027
- Phone: (86) 10 85235522
- Fax: (86) 10 85235577
The Village at Sanlitun is an open air shopping center that has a wide variety of stores as well as places to eat. The center is a combination of traditional Beijing streets and courtyards as well as modern styles. Whether you're bargain hunting or looking for an enjoyable meal, you can find it all in this center.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
Yashow Clothing Market is a wonderful place to shop. You can find western labels at a ridiculously low cost. It is a very advisable place to shop for genuine Chinese silks, and if you know the art of haggling you can get quite a reasonable price. On the third floor, you can find some good tailors. Head for the fourth floor, if you are looking for souvenirs and gifts.
This is Beijing's largest English language library, boasting over 16,000 titles, a gourmet restaurant, a terrace on the roof and a bookstore. Features a rotating annual schedule of writers that engage the public in literary discussions and lectures. The Bookworm is a powerful force within the community, promoting education through the wide availability of high quality materials.
On open-air shopping extravaganza, San Li Tun Market is full of treasures and good finds. From knock-off clothing items from your favorite designers to accessories such as sunglasses, and handbags, this market has it all. The street it resides on also features a variety of bars and restaurants, so its easy to grab something to eat while shopping.
Many a newcomer to China has had difficulty finding good quality meat, fish, cheese, bread and spices. Charlotte's is one of the few places in Beijing to provide the taste of home that Europeans miss. There is a sizable cheese selection (primarily imported from Europe), as well as domestic and imported meats in Western cuts and a satisfying collection of salamis and hams. It is the only place in Beijing offering a spread of fresh sausages (which can be custom made), or sushi grade tuna. Prices are higher than in local shops. Delivery is available.
With several outlets throughout the city, Jenny Lou's is a premier supplier of Western-oriented and imported foodstuffs and products. Most foreigners know it as the place to go for reasonably priced alcohol, cereals, bread and more. The stores, reminiscent of mom-and-pop groceries, are generally small and stocked to the brim—this location is no exception. As well as canned and boxed goods there is a dairy and cheese section and fresh fruits and vegetables. Free delivery within 2 kilometers. Additional branches: Ri Tan East Road; Fang Cao Di; Xiang Jiang Garden; Shun Yi County.
If Aladdin had a favorite dessert you can be sure A-Tian would make it to his satisfaction. This is basically a Middle-Eastern confectioners, specializing in baklava and all manner of honey-and-nut Arabic delights. It is also one of the best places around to buy vegetarian cooking ingredients such as lentils, bulgar wheat, chickpeas and ghee. On one side of the shop are the beautifully displayed sweets, and on the other is a small seated area where you can enjoy a coffee and a falafel sandwich.
Right next to Landao Department Store is this building that looks a little less old and a lot more organized. Here you will find a nice range of sporting goods including rackets, nets, roller blades, roller skates, exercise equipment, and athletic shoes and clothing. The rest of the floors carry the usual mix of clothing, accessories, appliances, and furnishings. If you are tired of shopping, go up to the six level Game Arcade and try your luck at fighting some digital bad guys.
The Lufthansa Center is a four-story complex next to the five star Kempinski Hotel includes an exclusive retail center and business center. The product range is extensive, from electronic equipment, artworks, and footwear to artifical and fresh flowers, clothes and a wide selection of sportswear, including Speedo and O'Neill swimwear. Most shops feature high quality hand crafted wares. The extensive fabric department contains beautiful Thai and Chinese silk, linen, wool and brocade at reasonable prices. In house tailors will help you design a unique suit of clothes. The jewelry counter is staffed with experts on jade and Shanghai pearls, ready to educate and assist in the selection of just the right gift. A favorite is the summer hats collection next to the Ecco shoe shop. If you ask the sales assistant, she will come up with boxes full of fantastic and elegant hats hidden from view. The Lufthansa Center shops staff more than 2300 people, and the majority of them speak multiple languages, so any question, desire or service is literally just a question away.
Karolina Lehman is a one-stop shop for wallpapers, porcelain, lamps and candle holders for your house. There are even cups and saucer sets with traditional, floral and animal designs on them. Deck up the interiors with house with the interesting animal wall-hangings available at this store.
Considering a trip to Siberia or need to equip your own private army? This is the store for you. A large room stocks wind-and-waterproof army coats, jackets, gloves, camping gear and hats--even hats with earflaps. All the serious clothing you could ever need in severe climates and conditions can be found here. The shop is situated right next to Furniture City, near China World and the Kerry Center.