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The Red Capital Club/Residence
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Commune by the Great Wall

 ". . . An unforgettable experience, a not-to-miss."

Commune by the Great Wall is a private collection of contemporary architecture designed by 12 Asian architects. It was exhibited at the 2002 la Biennale di Venezia and awarded a special prize. Commune by the Great Wall was named “A New Architectural Wonder of China” by Business Week in 2005.

The "Walnut Valley" of the Commune by the Great Wall includes 11 villas with 46 guest rooms and 1 Commune club which opened in October 2002, and the "Stone Valley" includes 31 new villas with 190 guest rooms, the Commune of the Children (Kids' Club), 1 Anantara Spa, 1 fitness room and the conference centre, which opened in September 2006.

Located in the Shuiguan Mountains amidst 8 square kilometers of private land, 1 hour 15 mins drive away from Beijing International Capital Airport, 20 kilometers away from the main train station (Qing Long Qiao station) and 1 hour 15 mins drive from Beijing city center, the property enjoys an easy access via the Badaling Expressway. 15 minutes' drive from Badaling private airport, available for Helicopters (20' minutes transfer from Beijing Capital Airport) and small aircrafts on the 800 metres long runway.

Review of Elizabeth W: 

What a wonderful night spent at the Commune! It was a mountain oasis from the ultra-modern Shanghai and Beijing. The staff went out of their way to help us in all aspects, they catered to all of our needs and provided superb service. The restaurants were excellent, we enjoyed a romantic and chic dinner after watching the sun set over the mountains from our deck. Hiking alone on the Great Wall made us feel like we were in another world. An unforgettable experience, a not-to-miss.

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The Red Capital Club and Residence

Red Capital Club and Residence are located in two Qing Dynasty period courtyard houses called 'siheyuan'.

Red Capital defines China retro-chic through hip hotels, cool clubs and alternative media.

Red Capital’s distinguished style in restoration of historic buildings, unique entertainment concepts, and experimental media productions, brings China's lifestyle to a new epoch. Red Capital management fuses Eastern and Western philosophic approaches expressed in creative style which gives new definition to traditional ideals.

Red Capital Club was selected by Conde Naste as among the “world’s sixty hot tables” for the millennium.

Red Capital Residence was awarded “the world’s fifty most romantic hotels” by Travel and Leisure and “101 best hotels in the world” by Abecrombie and Kent.  Red Capital Ranch by the Great Wall is Beijing’s first eco-tourism resort. Red Capital Studio’s “Searching for Shangri-la” won critical acclaim for its experimental approach in filming throughout Tibetan regions over a three year period.

At Red Capital, red capitalists of the world unite!

For enquiries and reservations send an email to:

info@redcapitalclub.com.cn

Or contact Red Capital

Club in China at:

Telephone: 86 10 6402 7150

Facsimile: 86 10 6402 7153

Website:

The Red Capital Club and Residence

Sighted at the Red Capitalist's Club: 
Former Australian Prime Minister Hon. Bob Hawke (right) and Former New Zealand Prime Minister Hon. Michael Moore (left)

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