Grand Hotel Opening in Beijing: Wanda Vista Beijing

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Wanda Vista Beijing (formerly Sofitel Wanda Beijing) officially opened on January 1, 2018, as the 19th Wanda Vista branded hotel.

Wanda Vista Beijing strives to deliver an unrivaled experience to guests. This experience reflects the venerable culture of Beijing City: a keen sense of courtesy, a deep-rooted philosophy of gastronomy, an artistic and classy environment. Wanda Vista Beijing primarily focuses on urban elites who relish extraordinary services in Eastern elegance that seamlessly blends with local culture, bringing them “Pure Oriental Delight”.

Located in the heart of Beijing’s Central Business District, Wanda Vista Beijing is close to Guo Mao Subway Station, and enjoys easy access to major tourist attractions such as the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square.

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