Situated in the Central Business District of China's bustling capital city, this luxurious hotel offers some of the most spacious rooms in Beijing. The opulent designs of the rooms, with plush amenities and gorgeous artwork, extend to the restaurants, which are not only gorgeously decorate but also feature gourmet dishes as prepared by experienced chefs, ranging from traditional Chinese dishes to international flavors. An expansive spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, and magnificent pool solidify the hotel’s status as a premier destination.
Why We Love This Hotel
Wellness Facilities: Wellbeing is at the heart of the Rosewood experience, with restorative amenities including Sense, A Rosewood Spa's six treatment rooms and two spa suites for overnight stays, an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, and fitness studios for workouts and yoga sessions.
Dining Diversity: The Rosewood Beijing boasts six restaurants and lounges, offering a variety of fine dining experiences, from French Bistro casual to authentic Chinese hot pot; and from northern Chinese specialties to Cantonese favorites.
Luxury Touches: All accommodations provide Frette 600 thread-count linens and bespoke Rosewood bathroom amenities by Lorenzo Villoresi, while 24-hour personalized butler service attends to your every need.
- Beijing, China
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- 24hr Room Service
- Banquet Facilities
- Business Center
- Indoor Pool
- Meeting/conference Facilities
- Multilingual Staff
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
Luxury meets style in all of the hotel's 282 spacious rooms and suites that pair lavish furnishing and amenities with cloisonné paintings and beautiful fine art prints. All rooms feature natural finishes, textural overlays, spacious bathrooms, and walk-in closets. They can be fitted with a king-sized bed draped in Frette 600 thread-count linens and are equipped with such modern amenities as 50" LCD smart TVs, a Samsung soundbar speaker system, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Each room is also fitted with a mini fridge fully stocked with premium liquors and a Nespresso coffee machine. Room service is available 24 hours a day, and all guests of suites can enjoy access to the exclusive Manor Club.
Covering up to 540 square feet and offering magnificent views of the Beijing skyline, this opulent accommodation features a full marble bathroom and can be appointed with a single king-size or two twin beds, while a rollaway or crib bed can be supplied on request. Guests are welcomed to upgrade to either the Grand Deluxe Room to enjoy the added space of a 600-square-foot accommodation or the Club Deluxe Room to enjoy exclusive access to the Manor Club.
Ranging between 540 to 590 square feet, guests of the Premier Room can enjoy views of the iconic CCTV tower. The spacious room is generously furnished with a leather-covered chaise lounge, sofa, coffee table, lounge chair, and workstation desk. The bedroom can be appointed with either a single king-size or two twin beds, and the full marble bathroom features a rainforest shower and standalone bath. Guests are welcomed to upgrade to the Club Premier Room to enjoy exclusive access to the Manor Club.
Equipped with a desk, printer, fax machine, and office supplies, this spacious, 680-square-foot Grand Studio accommodation was designed with productivity in mind.
Spanning a generous 730 square feet, this suite features an enclosed bedroom area with a king-size bed and a separate living room. The room's expansive windows cast sweeping views of the CCTV Tower, and guests of the suite can enjoy exclusive access to the Manor Club.
Combining contemporary and Oriental details, this expansive accommodation offers 807 square feet of living space, with an enclosed bedroom, walk-in closet, guest bathroom, and separate living area with a table and chairs.
With a separate living room and private balcony fit for an al fresco breakfast or glass of wine at night, this large suite covers 800 square feet and provides magnificent views of the Beijing cityscape and CCTV tower.
Featuring views of the CCTV Tower, this spacious suite covers 1,075 square feet and includes a balcony, a private, oversized bathtub, and an in-room massage table.
The largest suite at Rosewood Beijing, Beijing House covers a generous 1,905 square feet and accommodates up to two adults and one child. Appointed with a king-size master bedroom, the suite features a grand foyer, spacious living and dining rooms, a separate kitchen, a full marble bathroom, plus a guest bathroom. A stay in this suite type also offers exclusive access to the Manor Club and a higher level of privileges.
The opulent hotel is fitted with premium facilities to provide guests with a respite from the bustling capital city. A giant swimming pool, luxurious spa, and state-of-the-art fitness studio cement the hotel’s status as a haven for comfort and relaxation.
Fitted with state-of-the-art Technogym and cardio equipment as well as weights, this fitness center represents a fantastic place to keep up with fitness goals. All machines are equipped with VISIOWEB, which allows guests to surf the internet, play games, and watch TV during workouts. A yoga studio measuring 38 square meters and fitted with floor-to-ceiling mirrors and an assortment of relevant equipment holds weekly classes, and one-on-one sessions can be arranged upon request.
The hotel's in-house spa boasts a variety of treatments from facials to massages to treatments specially designed for guests trying to overcome jetlag. There are special treatments for men and expecting mothers, as well as manicures and pedicures.
This 830 square meter heated indoor swimming pool is situated on the sixth floor of the hotel. Lined with loungers and providing views of the sky as framed through a dome glass roof, the pool also features artwork by renowned artist Li Yongfei. Guests can directly access the Jacuzzi from the pool.
The luxurious hotel features six on-site options for dining and drinks, ranging from a French bistro to a traditional hot pot restaurant. Guests also have the option to enjoy Cantonese and Northern Chinese dishes. There is also an entrance area lounge where guests can sip on specialty coffees, and at night socialites gather at the hotel’s trendy cocktail bar.
Serving French dishes in a contemporary bistro style, this interactive restaurant features an expansive, open-island kitchen with a wood-fired oven, grill, and large wok. This restaurant also boasts an extensive wine selection and large cheese display. Bistrot B is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Guests can dine in a serene outdoor terrace, or in a private dining room.
Bistrot B Bar & Lounge
Surrounding the grand entrance and atrium of the hotel, this spot features an open pastry counter and also serves specialty coffees and teas.
This restaurant delivers authentic, exhilarating Northern Chinese specialties such as hand-pulled noodles, Beijing duck, and a variety of dumplings. Country Kitchen features beautiful décor with granite, wood, and a pallet of soft red tones. Terracotta and oil paintings provide it with a truly unique setting.
Showcasing whiskey, wine, and cocktails as prepared by award-winning mixologists, this trendy spot also features a special outdoor lounge. Guests of Mei can also snack over tapas.
Headed by experienced chefs, Red Bowl provides guests with a traditional hot pot meal.
The House of Dynasties
Serving traditional Cantonese cuisine and an authentic Cantonese dim sum lunch with preparations overseen by a veteran Master Chef of Hong Kong, Sham Wing-On. The beautifully decorated spaces in this unique restaurant are inspired by historical dynasties.
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