Location: The Park Hyatt is based in the heart of Beijing, China’s vibrant capital city, housed in the tallest skyscraper on one of the city’s busiest streets.
History: The hotel looks across the street to the China World Trade Center, the largest up-market commercial mixed-use development in the world. This complex, built in 1985, has become known as “the place where China meets the world”.
Service: Each room features 24-hour butler service, meaning that guests in any of the hotel’s rooms and suites never have to lift a finger.
Towering above Beijing's Central Business District, the brand-new Park Hyatt Beijing occupies the top floors of the central building of the new, mixed-use Yintai Centre, the tallest skyscraper on Chang'an Avenue and a symbol of the new China. Directly opposite the China World Trade Centre and the new CCTV Tower, the 237 rooms and suites of the Park Hyatt offer king-sized beds, flat-screen televisions, satellite TV, climate control, and dramatic views over the Beijing cityscape. The hotel's sleekly modern interior makes the most of the 360° panorama and includes the highest restaurant in Beijing, the China Grill, which sits on the 66th floor and is crowned by a dramatic glass pyramid. There are two other restaurants serving Western and Chinese dishes, as well as the China Bar, a swank cocktail lounge adjoining the China Grill. In the lower floors of the tower, the Park Life complex offers further options for dining, bars and entertainment, as well as luxury boutiques and beauty services. The Tian Spa (tian means heaven in Chinese) has eight treatment rooms offering massage, and aesthetic and treatments rooted in the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, as well as a relaxation lounge, exercise studio and a lap pool. The fitness center, within the Park Life complex, includes cardio and weight areas, an exercise studio, and an indoor swimming pool. Personal butler service is available, and there is also a 24-hour business center and high-speed wired or wireless Internet throughout the hotel. The Park Hyatt is 15 minutes from the Forbidden City by car, and 40 minutes from the Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK).
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
Guests can choose from three different room types: standard, deluxe and suite. Each room features an elegant, contemporary design and luxurious, modern amenities
These 164-square-foot corner rooms provide guests with sweeping views of downtown Beijing. Inside, rich woods add to the feel of ultimate luxury, with a king-size bed and work desk. The well-appointed bathroom features a spa-inspired bathtub, as well as designer amenities.
These 278-square-foot suites provide guests with lovely city views. Featuring a king-size bed, separate living room and study areas, a guest bath, and a main bathroom featuring a spa-inspired bathtub, heated floors and designer amenities, these rooms are truly luxurious in every sense of the word.
These 147-square-foot rooms are decorated with rich, luxe colors. They feature king-size beds, topped with 400-thread-count sheets and down duvets, as well as a well-appointed bathroom featuring a limestone bathtub and fabulous heated floors.
The Park Hyatt Beijing provides guests with a variety of facilities and activities to keep them occupied during their downtime in the vibrant Chinese capital, from the state-of-the-art fitness center, to a lazy day spent poolside, with the most amazing landscape views of Beijing.
Those planning on hosting an event will be happy to know that the Park Hyatt Beijing provides some of the city’s best meeting, conference, and banquet venues, ideal for a special event. The hotel has an Events team on-hand ready to assist any guest who requires their services.
Those who enjoy a good sweat session will enjoy the hotel’s state-of-the-art cardio and strength training equipment, with personal trainers on hand to provide one-on-one advice, as well as group training sessions. Saunas, whirlpools, and steam rooms are also available for guest use.
Guests can laze the day away by the hotel’s well-appointed, expansive 82-foot indoor pool, which is surrounded by plush lounger with complimentary towels’ for guests’ optimal comfort.
Guests can benefit from thousands of years of ancient Chinese healing knowledge, which has been incorporated into the treatments and therapies at the Park Hyatt Beijing’s Tian Spa. Pool
With a choice of three stunning restaurants and two swanky bars, one of which being a rooftop bar, guests are truly spoiled for choice of cuisines, vintage wines, champagnes and a wide variety of interesting and exciting foods from around the globe.
Dishes containing prime cuts of tender meat and succulent seafood are the specialty here, at this all-day dining restaurant that sits at the top of the hotel. Guests will enjoy the 360-degree views of Beijing, as well as the restaurant’s wide selection of wines and the breakfast buffet.
This cocktail bar serves up some of the best city views of Beijing, amidst a wide selection of tempting drinks and vintage wines, as well as high quality liqueurs.
Get ready to be entertained: this vibrant restaurant provides live culinary entertainment, with chefs cooking up a storm from their cooking stations dispersed throughout the restaurant. The dishes mainly focus on classic Chinese cuisine, but also incorporate contemporary techniques.
This relaxed all-day dining venue serves up Western and Asian comfort food, afternoon tea, and a wide variety of beverages. Guests will find this social hub a wonderful spot to meet a friend or colleague for a drink
Everyone loves Xiu - this art deco-style rooftop garden has five of its very own themed-bars, featuring a funky live band, a wine bar, authentic Peking Duck, a martini and vodka bar, and a cigar lounge.
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