The Conrad Beijing is situated in the heart of Beijing’s Chaoyang area, a prime business and entertainment district that’s close to sights such as the iconic Central China Television (CCTV) building, the renowned Silk Street Market and upscale shopping. The 29-story tower, which was designed by acclaimed Chinese architect Ma Yansong features a futuristic façade that was inspired by the framework of “nerve tissue” and thoroughly modern interiors to match. The 289 guest rooms sport a soothing all-beige palette, sleek furnishings, marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, and floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase city and Tuanjie Lake Park views.
There are also a bevy of options when it comes to food and drink at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel. Its all-day dining spot Chapter is reminiscent of an antique European library; Lu Yu is dedicated to tea culture and boasts a two-story wall with Chinese tea; the Lobby Lounge offers a casual setting to enjoy light bites, afternoon tea or a glass of wine; 29 Grill serves some fabulous seafood and chops; and the just-opened Vivid is the hotel’s nightclub and the new place to see and be seen.
A tranquil, five-room spa and well appointed fitness center with swimming pool round out the luxe amenities at Conrad Beijing.