Rosewood Hotels & Resorts’ first hotel in China, the 283-room ultra-luxury Rosewood Beijing, will present contemporary surroundings that are warm, refined, and serene. With residential-style layouts amongst the city's largest, the hotel’s guestrooms will evoke luxury apartment living sensations. Natural finishes and textural overlays, spacious bathrooms and walk-in closets, and non-traditional, residential elements and accessories with subtle Oriental overtones will complete the sophisticated, home-like surroundings.
Rosewood Beijing will feature Six restaurants and lounges serving an array of authentic international cuisines, a Sense Spa with suites designed for overnight stays, an indoor swimming pool, gym, yoga studio, and 33,000 sq.ft. of premier meeting and event space. The hotel will offer more landscaped outdoor space than any other Beijing luxury hotel, with terraces, gardens, and balconies incorporated into the design of many of the restaurants, leisure facilities, and event venues.
Luxury Accommodation - The layout and design of the magnificent hotel rooms in Beijing are based on the home style. The hotel has 283 luxurious rooms and suites that look like luxury modern apartments. The rooms are decorated in natural tones and textured fabrics. The bathrooms are extremely spacious, with walk-in closets and stylish home-inspired elements that blend in with the oriental charm to create a luxurious home atmosphere. All rooms feature original cloisonné paintings, fine art prints, floor-to-ceiling windows, and bathroom mirrors with built-in TV.
Dining - When it comes to the taste of Beijing, people always think of Beijing roast duck. In fact, in addition to this well-known dish, Beijing also has a wide range of diverse cuisine. From the exquisite cuisine of Western restaurants to Chinese restaurants' rare game, from warm private dining to luxurious star-rated restaurants, from authentic traditional flavors to enticing innovative dishes... Beijing is a world of rivers and rivers. Metropolis.
The RED Restaurant - The lively atmosphere is a unique interpretation of the Chinese and new friends. In the “Red” hot pot restaurant, guests can choose their favorite dining mix from the rich menu of wines to open a brisk prelude to the festive atmosphere. The restaurant's original home-brewed beer, creative cocktails, Japanese sake, and wines allow guests to enjoy a unique dining experience from the moment they enter the door. Guests who eat alone can enjoy the unique food aesthetics, and friends can share delicious food on the hot pot table. Groups of more than 10 guests can choose semi-enclosed private rooms or book a "hemp" for 16 people and a "hot" for 12 people in the private room. Share the food with friends and family in the most comfortable way, and taste the chef's exclusive set menus and services.
Zhu Qing, appointed as the Red Hot Pot Restaurant's head chef, has been in the restaurant industry for 20 years. He is familiar with the East and West food culture. The hot pot restaurant, which is the only one of the high-end hotels in Beijing, will definitely incorporate a new food concept. Master Zhu studied the basic western diet in a coffee shop in a hotel in Beijing in 1995. From 2001 to 2005, he traveled to South Africa and gradually grew into a local Japanese hot pot restaurant. After returning to China, Zhu Qing further developed his culinary skills in the famous French restaurant at Courtyard. After that, he became the deputy head chef at a famous Japanese restaurant in Shanghai to manage and manage the restaurant.
Treasures - Sense Spa combines classical therapy with modern techniques combined with traditional Chinese medicine and ancient court etiquette to recreate your centuries-old secret recipe to help you stay young and beautiful. To the true, pure, and pure, Sense Spa brings a balanced journey to the guests, breathing in with nature, reaching a peaceful and harmonious environment. The combination of science and nature, health, and beauty is not only a rejuvenating face, a healthy body.