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Eat in the light-filled glass atrium – dishes include open-faced smorrebrot sandwiches and light salads – then check out the second-floor gallery of Georg Jensen pieces.
Window shopping A brisk 30-minute stroll west is the district of Gulou, home to a clutch of beautiful design and furniture shops, and anchored by the Drum and Bell Towers, two imposing 13-century brick-and-wood structures.
The brave should try the hot and sour fish head, or stick to classics like chilli-laced cauliflower and lotus root, served classily in black lacquered bowls. Cultural afternoon For a condensed shot of Beijing’s art clout, grab a taxi to the 798 Art Zone (no phone; 798district.com) in the Dashanzi area northeast of the city.
For a tour of the area, try Bespoke Beijing (bespoketravelcompany.com), which sends you out with a Chinese expert and curator to meet artists in their studios for ¥4,000.
An aperitif You won’t find a better spot for a pre-dinner drink than cocktail bar Miles at 33 Sanlitun Xijie (0086 10 6416 4560; no web) in Beijing’s trendiest district Sanlitun.
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For single expats in Beijing, dating is even harder.A couple of streets over in Zhujia Hutong at number 9 is a former brothel, now reimagined as an elegant coffee shop Berry Beans (0086 10 8319 7503; no web), with fashion label Bifu (0086 10 6313 5944; no web) across the courtyard.Lunch on the run Southern Fish at 166 Yangmeizhu Xiejie (0086 10 8315 2539; no web) serves homestyle Hunanese food (translation – lots of wok-fried vegetables tossed with chilli) in a simple-chic setting.Zip past Rem Koolhas’ trouser-leg-like CCTV Building, Zaha Hadid’s rockstar-looking Galaxy Soho mall, the Bird’s Nest (AKA the 2008 Olympic stadium) and the space-age “egg” that is the National Centre for the Performing Arts.A four-hour tour in a two-person sidecar costs ¥1500 for the first passenger and ¥900 for the second.It typically costs no more than around ¥100 into town. Staying there The Opposite House (0086 10 6417 6688; theoppositehouse.com) is the five-star art lover’s hotel of choice, with regular art parties attended by local creatives and curated rotating lobby installations. If you want to stay among the hutongs, boutique Orchid (0086 10 8565 9295; theorchidbeijing.com) has a roof deck and traditional courtyard-style rooms.The two in-house restaurants are destinations in their own right. Beijing’s homegrown luxury hotel brand NUO has opened its second property in the city on Chang’an Jie (0086 10 6526 3388; nuohotel.com), right in the heart of town. It has just opened nearby residences for long-term guests if you want to extend your stay. Getting there British Airways (08, ba.com) and Air China (00800 86 100 999, uk) fly direct to Beijing from London Heathrow.Return fares start from £387 with Air China and £409 with BA.Take a view Make straight for Jingshan Park, just north of the Forbidden City to the park, where, once you’ve paid the ¥2 entrance fee, you’ll find older Chinese doing tai chi and singing badly tuned opera.It’s an easy climb to the hilltop pagoda, which gives a 180-degree view over the imperial buildings and russet roofs of the Forbidden City – a good option if you don’t have time to visit the entire complex.