Weary travellers passing through Beijing's Daxing International Airport can now unwind at the new in-terminal Aerotel Beijing hotel.
It's China's first airport hotel that's co-located within an airport terminal, being a five-minute walk from domestic check-in and a 10-minute stroll from international departures.
This makes it accessible to passengers jetting near or far, but does mean that travellers connecting between international flights will still need to pass through Chinese immigration, rather than remaining within the international departures area as with some on-site airport hotels.
Spanning more than 9,000 square metres over two levels, the Plaza Premium-managed property claims to be one of the world's largest airport hotels, inside what is now the largest single-structure terminal in the world at Beijing Daxing.
Aerotel Beijing offers 215 guestrooms, starting from boxy and windowless 11sqm Superior Single Rooms through to 26sqm Family Rooms for a little more space.
All feature modern amenities including a pillow menu, high-speed WiFi and in-room IPTV, along with the expected creature comforts such as a powerful shower and quality bedding.
The 24-hour Library Lounge offers an international buffet and an à la carte menu, with a focus on local flavours. During any downtime, travellers can work out in the Fitness Corner or play a game of billiards in the Game Room.
Small meetings and functions are also taken care of with two rooms available for use with AV equipment and seating up to 36 guests.
Busy road warriors can take advantage of flexible round-the-clock check-in and check-out times to suit their flight schedules, with rooms being offered at both hourly and day rates.
Bookings can be made online with Aerotel, although walk-up reservations are also accepted.
Guests arriving from the city will find the nearest entrance on the first floor of the north-east pier, while travellers arriving by plane can access the Aerotel via the second floor of that same pier.
Of course, when an international journey calls for a transit via Beijing, many globetrotters can make use of the country's Transit Without Visa program, allowing entry into the city for up to 144 hours when arriving from one country and travelling onwards to another.
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