The World’s Largest In-terminal International Airport Hotel Now Open in China

With 160 locations in 42 international airports across the world, Plaza Premium Group is without a doubt an expert at meeting travelers’ demands for an amazing airport experience each and every time they travel.  They enhance the journey of everyday travelers through their extensive airport lounge work, airport hotels, airport dining and meet & greet services

The group has now opened Aerotel Beijing, which is the largest in-terminal international airport hotel in China.  Located on the first and second levels of the Northeast Pier of Beijing Daxing International Airport, it is only a 5 minutes’ walk to the domestic airline check-in counters.

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With nearly 10,000 square feet and 215 guest suites, Aerotel Beijing features a contemporary look and beautifully designed space, making travelers feel like they are home away from home. The room options available are convenient for single travelers, couples, or families, and include the Superior Single, Superior Double, Deluxe Double, Family Room, and Accessible Room. The rooms are equally high praised for their quality bedding, soothing lighting and powerful showers. Aerotel Beijing also features a library lounge, fitness corner, game room, and multi-functional spaces for meetings and private dinners.

Photos: Courtesy of Plaza Premium Group

The flexible check-in/out is an added bonus, and the hourly rates allow travelers the added convenience of staying in the comfort of their own rooms before their next flight, without having to book an entire day/night at hotels at full daily rates. But honestly, with this level of convenience and comfort, why would you even want to leave?

Photos: Courtesy of Plaza Premium Group

This is just a start, the Plaza Premium Group plans to open 40 more Aerotel across several airports by 2024. Safe travels.

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