443 Rooms / 57 Suites
Opened in 2005 in a newly constructed, contemporary tower that sits atop the Dengshikou subway stop, The Regent Beijing delivers a contemporary setting with Asian flair and prices that are a shade lower than those of its peers. Rooms are decorated in deep hues of aubergine and gold and have flat-screen TVs, duvet-topped beds and marble-clad bathrooms with deep soaking tubs. A spacious indoor pool and extensive fitness center with yoga studios keep guests fit, and the Serenity Spa stays open until 1 a.m. with a menu that includes acupuncture, traditional Swedish massage and more. Jinbao 99 is a popular eatery for those seeking a blend of modern and traditional cuisine. The hotel’s upscale Chinese restaurant, Lei Garden, is considered a top spot for Cantonese cuisine and if you crave more Western-style fine dining, Deccapo serves Italian plates while Morton's The Steakhouse has a romantic flare. For a casual lunch or evening cocktail, the garden-view Lobby Lounge has a menu for each.