Park Hyatt Beijing

A soaring sense of calm in the city
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.
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
PEK (30 min)  
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