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What a Deal: 8-Days/6-Nights in Beijing For $555


The Lowest-Priced China Package Ever Offered

Blaine, WA, April 20, 2010—China Spree Travel, known for first-class travel at bargain prices,  has come up with an incredible bargain for fall/winter.  Their newest—and best—deal  is an amazing $555 for an 8-day (6-night) Beijing  Free Style Package that includes round-trip, non-stop transpacific air fare from San Francisco on Air China, airport to hotel transfers, centrally-located 4-star hotel accommodations and daily American buffet breakfasts. (The price is $855 non-stop from New York/JFK.).

Unlike other tour operators who stash clients in the suburbs, China Spree provides a comfortable, centrally-located  4-star hotel, the Huabin International.  Since “free style” means travelers are more-or-less on their own, it’s important for such a package to provide a hotel that’s convenient to sightseeing attractions, restaurants and shopping. The 464-room  Huabin International Hotel is only a 10-minute walk to Tiananmen Square and some rooms have a view of the Forbidden City. All rooms are equipped with LCD TVs with satellite channels, broadband Internet access, central air conditioning, mini-bar, telephone, hair dryer, coffee maker and in-room safe.

Reasonably-priced optional tours that include meals are available. There are optional tours to Beijing’s imperial treasures: Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace,  the Great Wall of China, the Ming Tombs and the Temple of Heaven, as well as a rickshaw tour of the city’s hutongs, or traditional neighborhoods, with visits to a courtyard-style home and flower market and a meal with a local family.

The $555 price is for departures November 1 to December 6, 2010 and January to mid-March 2011.  Prices quoted are the cash discount rate, are per person double occupancy, are subject to availability and do not include departure taxes and a fuel surcharge of $319.  Add-on air fares are available from other U.S. cities.

This package is such a bargain that anyone who puts  $4.50 a day in a piggy bank will have enough cash by November to pay for a trip to China.

For additional information and reservations, log onto and click “Specials.”  China Spree’s toll-free telephone number is 866-652-5656.

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