Beijing International Convention Center
Beijing International Convention Center is a five-star convention center owned by the Beijing North Star Industrial Group LLC. Located in the Beijing Olympic Business District, we have a view of the Beijing Olympic venues to the north, the Fourth Ring Road to the north, and we are situated directly east of the Beijing North Star Continental Grand Hotel, with which we share indoor links. Since 2002, we have partnered with the Beijing North Star Continental Grand Hotel to deliver a seamless business experience. By integrating our business operations, we have captured an ever-expanding share of the market, and provide conference, exhibit, office, residence, entertainment, and shopping services under one roof.
Since opening in 1990, Beijing International Convention Center has hosted conferences, exhibitions, large events, and provided office space to many national and international clients. With over 50 meeting rooms in various configurations and 5,000 square meters of exhibit space, we have hosted the annual meetings of the National People's Congress and Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women, the Beijing 2008 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the second China-Africa Young Leaders Forum, the World Mind Sports Games, the Tour of Beijing professional cycling race, and many more major national and international events. In terms of service, are always working to upgrade our facilities and hardware, implement innovative management strategies, provide better quality of service, and gradually grow into a leader in the exhibition industry.
The Beijing International Convention Center is located in the flourishing Yayuncun area along Beijing's North Fourth Ring Road, where the central axis of the city meets the Fourth Ring Road, and right next to national stadiums like the Bird's Nest and the Water Cube. It's a 20km trip east to the airport, a 9km journey south to Tian'anmen Square, a 10km excursion west to the Summer Palace, and an 80km sojourn north to the Badaling section of the Great Wall. And with the Olympic Village only a stone's throw away, there is no better location in the city from which to base your business trip.