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by Michael C. Lowe | February 01, 2011
The 2008 Beijing Olympics prompted an influx of new venues and hotels to China's 3,000-year-old capital city, including the 297-room Marriott Northeast.

Built in 2009 in Beijing's Chaoyang District, the hotel features five dining options. Among them are the Beijing Bistro, which offers an international menu that includes tapenade-coated lamb and a 10-ounce Australian rib eye; and Choy's Seafood, which features traditional Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine.

All areas of the hotel offer Wi-Fi, including the property's 17,222 square feet of meeting space.

(Click here to read "EmergĀ­ing Meetings Market: China.")