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NUO Hotel Beijing

Eco-conscious lodging inspired by the Ming dynasty

Situated not far from the hip 798 Art Zone sits NUO Beijing, blending traditional Ming influences with an emphasis on reducing its environmental impact and adopting green practices to the benefit of guests. Adhering to Wen Zhengheng’s Treatise on Superfluous Things, the hotel’s 438 rooms are an exercise in understatement. A light touch of artworks accentuate these simple, albeit sumptuous spaces. Here, seven restaurants and bars boast plentiful offerings – from the Zen-like ambience of the Yuan Tea house, to traditional Ming dining at Jia and speakeasy cocktail glamour at O’Bar.


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