Largest in-terminal airport hotel opens at Beijing Daxing

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Aerotel, the world’s largest chain of in-terminal airport hotels, has opened a new hotel at Beijing Daxing International Airport in China. The airport, which is one of the largest in the world, opened its doors to passengers last week. 

The new Beijing Aerotel is a two-story hotel located in the northeast pier of the airport. It is the largest in-terminal airport hotel, spanning across more than 9,000m2 to offer 215 guest rooms.  

“We created Aerotel to take care of travelers needing a space to rest right at the terminal with no constraint on check-in time. Because of our uniqueness, we have already established the brand’s footprint in Asia, the Middle East, South America and Europe in four years,” said Song Hoi-see, founder and CEO of Plaza Premium Group, owner of the Aerotel chain. “We welcome this precious opportunity to become an integral part of Beijing Daxing International Airport with our 20 years of experience in airport hospitality to make travel better for international travelers visiting the capital.” 

The hotel offers a range of guest rooms, including superior single, superior double, deluxe double, family room and accessible room. All rooms have wi-fi, soothing lighting, IPTV for entertainment and power showers. The hotel also features a fitness suite, games room and a restaurant. 

Furthermore, the hotel houses two meeting rooms and a VIP room, which are equipped with audio and visual systems and have a capacity of up to 36 guests. Aerotel offers a unique hourly charge system, which enables guests to check in at any time during the day and night.

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