Comfort Suites Yayuncun, Beijing
302 Hui Zhong Bei Li
Phone: (86) 10 59636699
Fax: (86) 10 59636655
Located in the Wudaokou, an area known for its many bars and the students that frequent them, this club is known for its all you can drink nights on Fridays and Saturdays. The huge dance floor accommodates those looking to groove to techno and hip hop spun by resident DJs. The club opens at 8:30p.
If you're in search of a nice place to chill out with your friends then you should head to Lobby Lounge and Bar situated in Radisson SAS Hotel, Beijing. The well lit decor with cushioned seats will provide you comfort. The ambiance is very soothing and the live piano playing helps you unwind and relax. The cocktails available will refresh you as you sink into the relaxed mood of this place. This is a great place to hold a conversation over a couple of nice cocktails.
This is a venue for Beijing's rock and punk bands – proof that the live music scene in China is alive and well. The Rhine has a large stage and great sound equipment for those who want to listen to good bands play quality music. The clientele is mostly young Beijingers but depending on the band many younger foreigners can be found here. Look out for exciting new debuts as well as established favorites. Try out their drinks here from Beijing Draft to Qingdao beer or even any of their mixed drinks.
One of the more happening clubs in the city, Club Tango holds a prestigious position in the nightlife scene of the city. Located in the culturally significant Temple of Earth park, this club is elegantly designed, spacious, and comprises a bar, a lounge, and a dance floor. Internationally and nationally known DJs and musicians come here to perform, and usually the shows are packed with locals as well as visitors.
This high-caliber mega-disco has an army theme worth pondering. Just imagine this—an iron drawbridge, an army jeep that serves as a bar and a crashed helicopter that dangles overhead. This is one of the oldest and most venerable discos in Beijing. You are assured a good disco night out at NASA's, especially if you can snag one of the free tickets hovering around town.
Pepper, a multi-level nightclub near the Chaoyang Park's West Gate, livens up the standard nightclub with fun and frolic which makes it very popular. Dance floors playing house and hip-hop music occupy the lower floors, while those looking for conversation there is a lounge with hookahs and jazz music being played upstairs. Moreover, there is a terrace is open during the hot summer months. The decor is standard but the real attractions are the bartenders, who put on a show every night throwing around bottles and breathing fire as they serve up specialty cocktails.
This courtyard restaurant offers a dynamic menu featuring European cuisine. From pizzas and pastas to the light-on-the-stomach burgers to salads, quiche, and baked potatoes, there's something for one and all. Seafood lovers also have their way with the various fresh-water offerings. Complement your meal with a pick from the extensive wine, beer and cocktail selection. Those trying to avoid alcohol can delight in the fresh fruit juices, smoothies and hot beverages. Choose to take your seat on the cozy sofas in the air-conditioned interior or bask in the warm sun in the courtyard outside. What's more, free wireless Internet is available here; workaholics can indulge.
Nestled in the hustle and bustle of the Hai Dian district and tucked above a bookstore, Lush offers many options for the twenty-something crowd. The place is known for being a hangout for foreign students, but of course it is never short of Chinese patrons. Lush offers a full bar and a cafe, should you become hungry. Various shows can fill the small and simple place with at most two hundred people. There is something for everyone here, including Open Mic on Sundays, Movie Night on Mondays, and Pub Quiz on Wednesdays. Those uninterested in all of the above can go during the weekend for live music or for tasty desserts. The music is good, the drinks are cheap, so indulge yourself at Lush.
Skip the clubs with blaring, too loud music and opt for a grown-ups night out at the chic Yue Fu Jazz Club. This Dongcheng venue is tucked away in the Hotel M, where local and international jazz artists wow the crowds. A traditional jazz club, Yue Fu features small candlelit round tables up near the stage, with lounge seating of comfy sofas and chairs along the backside of the room. Patrons are asked to keep quiet during the set, seeing as the music is truly the star of the entire place.
Lion King KTV is one of the most popular KTV centers in Wudaokou’s bustling student area. Conveniently located close to the subway station, Lion King KTV is a favorite destination for Chinese and Korean students for its comfortable rooms, good song selection and low prices. Student discount is available if a student card is provided. Lion King KTV serves a wide range of drinks including Qingdao beer, Bacardi Breezers and cocktails, as well as a selection of Chinese and International-style bar snacks for hungry singers. -Jennifer Pooley
This place is a favorite with university students. There always seems to be a party going on plus the students like to take advantage of frequent drink promotions(particularly around exam time). Party, party, party, drink, drink, drink is the credo here. Regulars of this establishment soon forget the existence of other nightlife haunts in Beijing. Could it be that drinking is the cause?
With minimalist decor centering around cement and yes beds, Bed also serves excellent drinks, tapas, and Asian finger foods. Not only that, but Bed has a record for pleasing its customers in various ways. In 2007 it was voted "Best Decor" and "Best Place to Bring a Date" in That's Beijing magazine. It's definitely worth a visit, even if you don't have a date.