Park Hyatt Beijing

A soaring sense of calm in the city
VERIFIED LUXURY
As part of the Beijing Yintai Centre, Park Hyatt Beijing soars above the busy Central Business District. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel is housed within the Yintai Centre, just south of the China World Trade Centre, and towers above all other neighboring buildings. The glass-walled lobby on the 63rd floor can inspire vertigo with stunning views of the city’s many architectural wonders, like the CCTV Tower just a few blocks away.

With 237 guest rooms and suites, you won’t find a bad room in this hotel. Offering amenities such as 400-thread-count linens and heated bathroom floors, these rooms are decked out with luxury.

With a quiet enclosed front drive, a dimly lit lobby and a swift elevator that will sweep you from the ground floor to the sky-high lobby in a snap, the luxury Beijing hotel serves as a sanctuary in the midst of a very busy city.
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Our Inspector's Highlights
  • The Zen sensibility of Park Hyatt Beijing immediately sets it apart from other luxury hotels in China’s capital. The hotel whispers tranquility around each corner, with floor-to-ceiling windows and inviting white leather benches that will lure you to sit and unplug.
  • In the evening, the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel transforms into a hotbed of nightlife, with the neon skyline wrapping around both the bustling bar XIU and the more sophisticated lounge in the China Grill.
  • Also not to be missed? The enormous carved wood screen depicting a traditional pavilion in the mountains that greets you as you enter the lobby.
Things to Know
  • There’s no need to fuss with the translation app on your smart phone when you’re conversing with the concierge at the Park Hyatt Beijing — the staff is fluent in Mandarin, English and Japanese.
  • A selection of pre-planned daytrips is available which make the would-be intimidating process a cinch. Just tap a finger on your choice, and the concierge will get you on your way in snap.
  • Tours include bird watching at Jingshan Park, visits to local temples and an intimate tête-à-tête with famed oil painter Xiao Peng and wife Yang Jia in their home.
The Rooms
  • The 237 guest rooms are far from the cookie-cutter modern design copied throughout Beijing.
  • The swanky design style of Park Hyatt Beijing is considered traditional, with Ming- and Qing-era furnishings in the guest rooms.
  • The bathroom has an open layout with a square spa tub and walk-in shower.
  • An East Asian touch is apparent in the sliding doors that close off the bedroom.
The Look
  • The expansive grounds are inspired by a classic Chinese temple, and feature covered pathways, stone bridges, landscaped gardens, courtyard dwellings, and separate sandalwood pavilions housing the restaurants, library and lobby.
  • The wood beams lining the hallways connecting the different areas of the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel are painted with vibrant blue and green designs, echoing the colorful Qing dynasty artwork.
  • Public areas are stunning in their simplicity — polished Jin clay tiles glow an amber-brown in the daylight, complementing the wood latticed windows, coffered ceilings and white walls.
  • Jewel-toned silk pillows invite guests to sit on one of the many sofas flanking the walls of the Arrival Pavilion and Library.
Getting There
2 Jianguomenwai Street, Beijing, China
TEL86-10-8567-1234
NEARBY AIRPORT(S)
PEK (30 min)