Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing, Beijing

Beijing’s new boutique beauty
VERIFIED LUXURY

Whether you want to take in modern delights along Wangfujing (one of the city’s most famous shopping streets) or soak up the imperial grandeur of the ancient Forbidden City, Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing, Beijing has a location to rival all others.

There’s a world of wonders to soak up inside the high-end hotel, too, from a Zen-like spa with its skylight-clad lap pool to extra spacious accommodations affording views of the Chinese capital’s most famous UNESCO World Heritage Site. The boutique hotel also adds fetching design touches, including a one-of-a-kind red, pink and peach fish lamp designed by the renowned Frank Gehry suspended from the lobby ceiling and art-deco-inspired uniforms by fashion icon Vivienne Tam for the bar staff.

Speaking of which, be sure to toast your trip with a cocktail and an eye-popping sunset from the terrace of late-night lounge MO Bar.

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Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Taking inspiration from Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing, Beijing’s proximity to the Forbidden City, the serene spa offers an escape fit for royalty with indulgent treatments like the two-hour Emperor’s Longevity and four sumptuous suites each with its own unique theme.
  • As stylish as they are satisfying, the luxury hotel’s dining outlets are not to be missed. Savor classic steak and seafood plates at the Adam Tihany-designed Mandarin Grill + Bar or dig into dim sum and classic Asian fare from respected Hong Kong chef Wong Wing-Keung at Café Zi.
  • You can spread out here. The plush accommodations are among the largest in the city.
  • The bar manager and mixologists at MO Bar are exceptionally friendly — you’ll always have someone to converse with, even when traveling alone. Though the innovative cocktails and Forbidden City view terrace will likely keep you plenty occupied.
  • From room terraces to restaurant balconies to rooftop bars, you’re spoiled for choice of where to watch the sun set dramatically over the Forbidden City.

Things to Know

  • Whether you’re searching for theater tickets or an entire weekend itinerary, ask the Beijing hotel’s concierge staff. The team’s on-the-ground knowledge and tips are second to none.
  • Looking for a little retail therapy? The property is perched above WF Central, a luxe shopping and dining destination with outposts from brands like Fendi, Gucci, Jimmy Choo and Longchamp.
  • The dog-friendly hotel caters to four-legged friends in style. Pampered pooches can look forward to beds and toys from luxury pet accessory brand Teddy Maximus and dedicated in-room dining menus.
  • Working out isn’t a chore here. The gym at Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing, Beijing is home to a gorgeous lap pool, a wood-clad fitness center equipped with a Skillrun treadmill and its own personal trainer.

The Rooms

  • Starting at a spacious 592 square feet, the 73 jade-hued accommodations are a supremely stylish stay. All boast floor-to-ceiling windows, some with views over the Forbidden City.
  • Though the location may be historic, the rooms at this Beijing hotel are equipped with plenty of tech touches, like tablets for ordering room service, Dyson hair dryers and Bluetooth Bose speakers.
  • Spa-like marble bathrooms provide a serene escape at the end of a long day of sightseeing with heated floors, oversized rain showers, separate tubs and luxe Parisian Diptyque toiletries.
  • Live like an emperor when you check into the palatial 2,799-square-foot Presidential Suite. With a separate dining and living room, the space’s highlight is the private 3,229-square-foot terrace overlooking the adjacent UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Nearby Attractions

  • A world of Chinese street food awaits at the famous Wangfujing Snack Street. A two-minute walk from the luxury hotel, this famous pedestrian avenue serves up everything from spicy noodles to skewered scorpions.
  • For a unique view of the Forbidden City, head to Jinshan Park to the north. The hill in this little oasis commands excellent vistas over the walls of the ancient imperial palace.
  • Head five minutes south to notorious Tiananmen Square for unapologetic Communist grandeur and the chance to peek at former Chairman Mao’s embalmed corpse.

Amenities
24-hour room service
Babysitting services
Bar
Fitness classes
Gym
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Pet friendly
Restaurants
Spa
Getting There
No. 269 Wangfujing Street, Beijing, 100006 China
TEL86-10-8509-8888
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
PKX (1 hr 10 min)   PEK (40 min)   TSN (1 hr 50 min)  
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