History: First opening its doors in 1989, the Peninsula Beijing has undergone a comprehensive renovation, setting a peerless new standard.
Location: A stone’s throw from the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square, the Peninsula is at the heart of Beijing, located among its most iconic landmarks.
Service: Guests can enjoy the quality and attention to detail for which Peninsula is renowned throughout the world.
The timeless Peninsula Beijing sets the bar for elegance and luxury even higher, as it completes a full renovation, and emerges even more palatial. In the heart of China’s fast-paced capital, the hotel combines imperial architecture and ancient culture with contemporary style and luxurious modern conveniences. From the hotel’s own fleet of chauffeur-driven custom Rolls Royce Phantoms, to decor featuring masterpieces by internationally-renowned Chinese artists, every detail is attended to. Fully overhauled rooms and suites feature sleek decor in cool, tranquil hues, decked out with every conceivable convenience and comfort. From afternoon tea in the iconic lobby to world-class cuisine crafted by well-traveled chefs, diners will be delighted, and both business and leisure guests will find relaxation amid the spa and wellness facilities.
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.
Peninsula Beijing’s elegant rooms and suites have been newly re-styled and lavishly appointed, sparing no luxury. Taking design cues from the interior of private yachts, combined with classic Chinese features, the ambience is uniquely opulent.
This sprawling suite is ideal for a family of four, allowing for space and privacy within its 1776 square feet. Separate from the dining room, the living space features an 80-inch HDTV cinema screen and the large windows boast gorgeous city views.
Guests can enjoy more than 800 square feet of space, divided between the living, working and sleeping quarters in this stylish room. Here, Chinese artistry is given a modern twist with sleek lines, earth tones and cutting-edge amenities.
Every need is attended to, thanks to the comprehensive facilities available to guests at Peninsula Beijing. Whether spending time in the city for business or pleasure, visitors will find themselves relaxed and rejuvenated in the spa, the pool and the fitness center.
Guests seeking to keep up their fitness programs will be delighted with the state-of-the-art range of Life Fitness equipment in the hotel’s gym, where personal trainers are on hand to offer tailored advice.
Bedecked with Chinese wooden lattice-work, marble and granite, the spa is a tranquil escape from the bustle of the city. Visitors can relieve all stresses and tensions with a range of ayurvedic and western healing therapies and treatments, administered by experts.
Diners find themselves in the elegant surroundings of the home of a Beijing nobleman, surrounded by parasols and tables from the Ming Dynasty era. Huang Ting serves fine Cantonese cuisine and traditional tea in its new Tea Lounge.
Bright and modern, the decor is as fresh as a Chinese garden and the delicious Mediterranean farm-to-table concept provides fitting flavors. Diners can relax throughout the day, pairing the dishes with fine wines and refreshing cocktails from the bar.
The restyled Lobby Lounge is demonstrative of the iconic elegance of Peninsula properties across the world, and the ideal place to indulge in the celebrated afternoon tea experience - complete with live musical accompaniment.
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