The Beijing Winter Olympics will be held from February 4-20, 2022, with 7 major events, 15 sub-events, and 109 minor events. In terms of figure skating, one of the most popular events, the order of figure skating team competitions and individual events has been greatly adjusted. In the previous two Winter Olympics, the order of doubles, men's singles, ice dance, and women's singles was adopted. The Beijing Winter Olympics were changed to men's singles, ice dance, women's singles and doubles.
Most of the figure skating competitions will be held from morning to noon Beijing time. The five games of ice dance rhythm dance, women's singles short program and free skating, duo short program, and free skating will be held in the evening. The performance skating will be held on February 20th. The closing ceremony was held on the same day.
Feb. 4 Team Event, M Short Program, Ice Dance Rhythm Dance, Pairs Short Program: 09:55-14:55
Feb. 6 Team Event, W Short Program, Pairs Short Program: 09:30-12:45
Feb. 7 Team Event, M Free Skating, Ice Dance Free Dance, W Free Skating: 09:15-12:30
Feb. 8 M Short Program: 0915-13:30
Feb. 10 M Free Skating: 09:30-13:40
Feb. 12 Ice Dance, Rhythm Dance: 19:00-22:40
Feb. 14 Ice Dance, Rhythm Dance: 09:15-12:50
Feb. 15 W Short Program: 18:00-22:10
Feb. 17 W Free Skating: 18:00-22:10
Feb. 18 Pairs Short Program: 18:30-21:45
Feb. 19 Pairs Free Skating: 19:00-22:10
Feb. 20 Gala Exhibition: 12:00-14:30
*For a complete and official schedule published by the Olympics Committee, please contact us.
The latest (the 9th) version of the schedule was released on June 11, 2021, following approval by the International Olympic Committee and is still subject to change. Follow us on Facebook and receive alerts of the updates once the future edition is published.
Mercure Beijing Zhongguancun is located at Zhongguancun St, the same street where the Capital Indoor Stadium is located. Taking a taxi, it is only 15 minutes away.
The hotel is also close to one of Beijing's must-see attraction - the Summer Palace. The Summer Palace, an imperial garden during the Qing Dynasty in China, formerly known as Qingyi Garden, is located in the western suburbs of Beijing, 15 kilometers away from the city, covering an area of about 290 hectares (2.9 square kilometers), adjacent to the Old Summer Palace. It is a large-scale landscape garden built on the basis of Kunming Lake and Wanshou Mountain, based on Hangzhou West Lake and absorbing the design techniques of Jiangnan gardens. It is also the most well-preserved imperial palace and imperial garden, known as the "Royal Garden Museum" .