|Description||Location. Positioned at the crossroads of famous Chang An Avenue and the Wangfujing district, Raffles Beijing Hotel is located in Beijing, China's cultural and commercial center. The Forbidden City, historical Tiananmen Square, the Silk Market and the Beijing railway station are within walking distance. |
Hotel Features. Four distinctive on site restaurants and bars offer fashionable dining. Cuisine selections range from modern French at Jaan, to sophisticated Asian and western dishes prepared at East 33. High Tea is presented at La Vie. Large parties, intimate gatherings and corporate conventions are accommodated in the hotel's flexible function rooms that boast intelligent lighting systems, dimmable, motorized batons and high tech equipment. Enhanced property amenities include a business center, fitness center, an indoor pool, on site boutiques and tennis courts.
Guestrooms. This property offers 171 guestrooms that display intricate Oriental detail intertwined with exquisite French design. Standard rooms blend traditional charm with modern sophistication to produce features such as inviting seating areas, timber flooring and five fixture bathrooms with twin washbasins and marble tiled floors. Executive rooms grant private lounge privileges. Opulent décor extends a gracious welcome in the hotel's Grand and Landmark Suites, distinguished by period furnishings that reflect this region's imperial past. The Presidential Suite showcases four luxurious bedrooms, a private meeting room, a mini theater, a study, a gym and Roman style bathrooms with a spa tub and sauna.
Expert Tip. The property's Personality Suites allow guests to walk down memory lane with those formerly associated with the hotel. Guests who reserve accommodations in, for example, the George Bernard Shaw, the Charles de Gaulle or the Sun Yat Sen Suites will find themselves transported into another era via a wealth of memorabilia relating to these significant individuals. The hotel's Writers Bar honors the many literary luminaries who have penned prose about the hotel's charms.