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We especially enjoyed the opportunities we had to go off the beaten path ... and look forward to sharing even more authentic experiences.
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Raffles Beijing Hotel

Why We Love This Hotel :

Location: Within walking distance to the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and other attractions.

Accommodation: Large rooms with classic quality decor and added extras.

Iconic: Stay in one of Asia’s most distinguished high-end brand hotels.

Style: Sparkling chandeliers hung on soaring ceilings, above a royal-blue carpet on a white marble staircase; Raffles Beijing is where timeless sophistication meets Chinese ostentation. 

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  • ROOMS
  • FACILITIES
  • DINING
Raffles Beijing boasts a well-equipped, fitness center with a sauna and steam room, state-of-the-art meeting and banquet facilities, a peaceful drawing room and a comprehensive mini-library. The business center, complete with a food and drinks buffet, offers printing, photocopying, fax, binding, conference phone services and wireless Internet access. Additional services include babysitting services and a 24-hour concierge service.

Business Center

Business people needn't worry about work while on vacation. The hotel business center can take care of all printing, photocopying, fax, binding, conference phone services and internet matters. There is also a drawing room available, perfect for studying or contemplation as well as a library with international newspapers, books and magazines.

Modern Fitness

The modern fitness center has cardio equipment, free weights, a sauna and steam room. The friendly staff provide a supply of complimentary towels, water and refreshments.

 
Raffles Beijing offers three world-class dining venues serving up international, French and authentic Chinese cuisine. In typical Raffles style, the Writers Bar invites you to soak in some 1920 sophistication whilst enjoying afternoon tea or a fine single malt on the rocks.

East 33

East 33 is located on the hotel's 1st floor of the grand States Building, the restaurants welcomes guests to savor top-class international cuisine for breakfast lunch and dinner. The restaurant is designed with an open show kitchen for a dramatic dining experience.

Jaan

Award winning Jaan restaurant overlooks Chang An Avenue of one Beijing�s main thoroughfares and serves creative French cuisine paired with fine wines.

The Writers Bar

The Writers Bar exudes 1920s charm and displays memorabilia of writers associated with Raffles and Beijing. Visit the bar in the afternoon for dainty cakes and savories to accompany your afternoon tea or coffee or in the evening for a selection of wines, beers, and spirits.

 

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