Regent Beijing

A contemporary stay with Asian flair
Opened in 2007 in a newly constructed, contemporary tower that sits atop the Dengshikou subway stop, 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, Daccapo serves Italian plates, while Morton's The Steakhouse has a romantic flare.
Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Regent Beijing offers a convenient location close to the historic hutong district with its narrow alleys. Tiananmen Square is less than a mile away, and the Forbidden City sits 1.5 miles from the luxury hotel.
  • Find a sanctuary in Serenity Spa's 12 suites, where you can choose among Asian and European services. For something unique, try a treatment in the foot massage suite.
  • It’s worth upgrading to an Executive Room, an Executive Suite or a signature suite to gain entry to the 17th-floor Regent Club, an exclusive lounge that serves all-day refreshments. These accommodations also come with other complimentary perks, like butler service, luggage packing and unpacking and garment pressing.
  • You’ll be spoiled for choice among the property’s dining options, but be sure to have a meal at Lei Garden. Part of the Hong Kong-based restaurant group that popularized XO sauce, the Beijing spot specializes in delicious modern Cantonese fare.
  • The staff is helpful and attentive. Consult the expert concierge to ensure your Beijing travels go smoothly.

Things to Know

  • The family-friendly hotel offers kid-specific amenities, including a toy welcome gift and a dedicated children’s pool.
  • Early risers should partake in the complimentary breakfast in the lobby that runs from 5:30 to 6:30 a.m.
  • Explore the area by borrowing one of Regent Beijing’s free bikes.

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Getting There
99 Jinbao Street, Beijing, China
PEK (30 min)  
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