One of the most memorable experiences was visiting the pandas in Chengdu. Getting a private tour ... proved to be everything we wanted and more.
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Conrad Beijing

Why We Love This Hotel :

Location: The Conrad Beijing is ideally-located in vibrant Beijing, close to popular tourist attractions, as well as the city's major commercial and business districts.

History: From this hotel’s uniquely up-close-and-personal Beijing location, guests can check out Beijing’s rich and colorful history with ease and comfort.

Service: The ever forward-thinking Conrad has its own concierge app, that allows guests to read about local attractions, book a spa treatment, and even request a dinner reservation.

Guests can get out of the hustle and bustle of Beijing and escape to the Conrad Beijing’s state-of-the-art fitness center, take a casual swim in the 25 meter pool, or get completely pampered at the luxe spa.

Fitness Center

Guests wanting to keep in shape will love the 24-hour fully-equipped fitness facility. Personal trainers are available for guests who require one-on-one attention.


A 25 meter heated indoor swimming pool is provided for guests' use, accompanied by a sauna and steam room, as well as a relaxing whirlpool.


The Conrad Beijing's well-appointed spa features fully-trained spa therapists and five treatment rooms. A large selection of treatments are available, from massages, to mani-pedis, to facials.

The Conrad Beijing’s five distinctive and unique restaurants and lounges range from a culinary library to a rooftop lounge.

29 Grill

This aptly-named restaurant's signature dishes include sumptuous grilled steaks and seafood dishes, happily topped off with an extensive wine list. This split-personality restaurant provides two different atmospheres to provide diners with either an intimate, romantic, and sophisticated dining experience, or a more relaxed casual and social one.


Reminiscent of a vogue library, Chapter's unique dining concept takes its patrons on four distinct culinary journeys, or "episodes", that are both authentic and innovative. With high ceilings and flooded with natural light, Chapters is a great place for guests to enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Lobby Lounge

This relaxed and comfortable space can provide either a great social environment for catching up with friends or colleagues, or for chilling out on the plush sofas with a good book and a cup of tasty coffee.

Lu Yu

Lu Yu celebrates the ancient art of Chinese tea appreciation, starting at the entrance, where guests are introduced to three new varieties of tea leaves daily. The restaurant features both open-plan and private dining rooms that can accommodate up to 20 guests and which feature impressive private live cooking.


Just recently opened in July 2013, this chic and sexy lounge on the hotel�s stunning rooftop is a great evening venue. The lounge features a resident DJ pumping out tunes, as well as a fantastic selection of cocktails, fine spirits, imported beers, wines and Champagnes.



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