Kerry Hotel, Beijing

A refreshed Beijing retreat
After undergoing an extensive multi-million dollar renovation that began in 2010, The Kerry Hotel, Beijing, is now one of the capital's hottest hotels. Conveniently located in the city's Central Business District, the hotel is accessible to the adjacent China World shopping center via an enclosed skybridge.

An onyx and white marble floor sets the stage in the lobby, with glittering crystal chandeliers and a golden cloud of sculptural butterflies hanging above the living room-style furnishings.

The lobby gets going every evening with one of Beijing's most popular hotel happy hours at Centro, a sleek space with pulsing music and expertly crafted cocktails.

Fitness enthusiasts will love the hotel’s brand new Kerry Sports Beijing fitness facility, the second such multi-million dollar renovation project to open in China after Shanghai.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• You’ll hear it before you see it — the Centro lobby bar plays host to heavy traffic for its famed 5 - 8 p.m. daily happy hour. Sample from the extensive wines by the glass list or a specialty cocktail, like the Negroni or Sazerac.

• All rooms feature a complimentary mini-bar stocked with regular and peanut M&Ms, Oreos, crackers, almonds, cashews, sodas, two kinds of juices and Tsingtao Beer.

• Club rooms come with access to the 18th floor club lounge, which includes a buffet breakfast, all day snacks, evening happy hour with canapés and incredible personalized service.

• Breakfast is a culinary tour at the buffet at Kerry’s Kitchen, including made-to-order pancakes, waffles, kaya toast, egg dishes and noodles. The former comes with a number of delicious toppings like vanilla sauce, maple syrup, jam and more.

• The brand new multi-million dollar gym offers an incredible amenity for fitness enthusiasts of every level. There’s a professional grade gym, locker rooms, wet areas, juice bar, massage services and exercise studios for yoga, Pilates, dance classes and kick-boxing.
Things to Know
• The hotel does not have its own spa, though guests are welcome to use the spa in sister hotel China World Summit Wing next-door; staff is able to make reservations for guests.

• Handy especially in the winter months, the hotel is connected by a glass-enclosed sky bridge to the China World Mall, which in turn is just steps away from Guomao subway station.

• The bathroom mirrors in the club rooms have a handy digital clock and outside temperature display, as well as an embedded television.

• For those who stay at the hotel on the rare blue-sky day, the hotel offers a rooftop outdoor jogging track on its fourth floor.
The Rooms
• The guest rooms at the Kerry Hotel, Beijing are spacious and contemporary, integrating nature patterns with a calming color scheme of slate, taupe, gray, mushroom and soft blues.

• Each room includes a 40-inch LED television, DVD player and Bose sound system with mobile phone charging dock on the nightstand, as well.

• Nature prints add visual interest throughout the room, such as the silver leaf-patterned backdrop for the bed and the large green bamboo print above the fabric baggage bench.

• The bathrooms feature white marble flooring, smooth beige stone walls and contemporary chrome-plated fixtures by Hansgrohe are used, including a rain showerhead, in addition to a white porcelain sink and advanced washlet by Toto.
The Look
• The Kerry Hotel, Beijing has a luxurious and modern design style, making generous use of crystal, marble and living room-style furnishings.

• Clusters of plush sofas and armchairs are placed throughout the lobby and are accompanied by lantern-style table lamps and large-scale Chinese ink stroke paintings, while behind the long reception desk is a backdrop of tall interlocking glass panels hand-painted with a wispy green and pink mountain landscape.

• A sea of onyx and white marble spans across the two-story lobby floor, and is lit from above by a series of suspended spherical crystal chandeliers designed by Lasvit.

• Modern art, including the cloud of gold butterflies hanging by the entrance of Kerry’s Kitchen and an 59-foot-long water feature along the glass façade of the lobby dotted with cast-metal sculptures, add an upscale touch to the vibrant setting.

• Upbeat lounge music plays in the lobby throughout the day, giving the hotel an energetic vibe balanced by the comfy seating areas and calming color scheme.
Getting There
1 Guanghua Road, Beijing, China 100020
PEK (26 min)  
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