Beijing is the People's Republic of China's capital, renowned for its ancient palaces, imperial gardens, and picturesque natural scenery. Beijing is a modern business metropolis with the charm of an ancient city. The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing, is an integral part of the China Central Place Development, in the Central Business District's very heart. The Hotel, three office towers, an upscale shopping mall, and an apartment complex are surrounded by garden landscaping, providing a rare and rejuvenating sanctuary in the capital city.
Blending Beijing glamour with traditional English elegance, this city center hotel presents indulgence, exploration, and gathering opportunities. Set within downtown’s main business district, the hotel offers a collection of 5-star amenities that reflect China's traditions and evolution. Features - Three unique, international restaurants, Live music at The Ritz-Carlton Bar, More than 14,000 sq. ft. of event space, Luxury spa with ancient healing rituals, A Garden Suite and romantic garden, Elegant, English manor-inspired rooms.
Rooms & Suites - Reflecting the elegance of an English country home, hotel accommodations embody luxury in both their design and amenities. Spacious guest rooms feature workspaces and marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, and suites offer residential touches, including living rooms and walk-in closets. Guest Room Features & Amenities: Twice-daily housekeeping with evening turndown service, Premium bathroom amenities, Plush terry cloth robes, 24-hour in-room dining from our delectable city center hotel’s menu, Wired and wireless Internet in guest room in restaurants, health club, spa, swimming pool, banquet rooms for guests and public visitors, Fully stocked refreshment bar, Multi-line phones with voicemail, AM/FM clock radio and iPod docking stations, In-room safe for valuables and laptop computers, The Ritz-Carlton signature linens and featherbeds, Complimentary morning newspaper, Separate bathtub and shower, Marble decoration in the bathroom, Complimentary overnight shoeshine.
Dining - Honoring Local & Global Cuisine - Tradition tints each dining experience at this Beijing hotel. Familiar Italian cuisine is reimagined. An English manor-inspired lounge hosts Afternoon Tea. A tea master hosts Chinese fine dining. A cocktail bar honors the classics. And a restaurant celebrates Asia’s finest food cultures. "Aroma" – All day dining restaurant, Aroma. Offering international gourmet experiences featuring Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Southern Asian, and Western dishes from an open kitchen setting, with exciting desserts for sweet endings. "Yu" - Delectable Chinese cuisine at Yu comes with fineness and sophistication of jade for its namesake, as seven luxurious private chambers and a tea master await all comers to intimate and sumptuous gastronomic affairs. The Lounge - In classic English manor home sophistication and elegance, The Lounge provides a blissful get away from the city's noise and haste with refreshing afternoon tea or exquisite champagne for business meetings or personal pleasure.
The Spa - Blending ancient rituals and modern skincare science, The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Beijing, offers a temple of wellness in the heart of the city. Focusing on health and beauty, the hotel spa offers a range of luxury treatments performed by skilled therapists. The space is contemporary yet tranquil and features 7 single lavish treatment rooms, 2 Couple's Suites, and a Jade Treatment, including a VALMONT Facial Treatment and a set of comprehensive health and beauty therapies with an overall goal of enhancing wellness.
Area & Attractions - Beijing’s history spans millennia, changing names and faces over the years. Today, glimpses of the past and present live side-by-side, offering various cultural, historical, and culinary opportunities. In the heart of the Central Business District (CBD) and steps from East Third Ring Road and the subway, this Chaoyang District hotel is ideally situated for getting around and exploring Beijing. Within a six-mile radius of the hotel, guests can visit Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City; spend an evening exploring bars along Sanlitun and Houhai streets; shop international designer labels at SKP Shopping Centre, or take in a little sunshine at Chaoyang Park.