- Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing is located at a prime Beijing address, a few minutes away from the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square and just off the main Chang’an Avenue thoroughfare, allowing easy access to the CBD and the financial district.
- The famous palace complex isn’t the only site at the hotel’s doorstep; Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing is located within walking distance of Tiananmen Square, the National Museum and the National Art Museum of China.
- Our stylish hotel overlooks landmarks such as The Forbidden City and offers 73 rooms and suites which are some of the largest in Beijing.
- After a day in meetings or exploring Beijing, sip a cocktail at MO Bar where international DJs will spin the soundtrack, order a steak at the Mandarin Grill, or tuck into Asian cuisine at Café Zi.
- Blending contemporary aesthetics with classic Chinese décor, the hotel is home to two restaurants and a bar, all of which open onto an expansive rooftop garden terrace.
- With an exquisite spa offering signature wellness programmes, a fitness centre and a 25m indoor lap pool with sky roof, Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing will provide the ideal intimate retreat for Beijing residents and visitors alike.
- From imperial treasures to alternative architecture, peaceful temples to fine art, Beijing offers up an impressive array of cultural and historical experiences.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
A short stroll from Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing is Tiananmen Square, the absolute centre of the capital city of the world’s most populous nation. The world’s largest public gathering spot is faced by the Forbidden City, the biggest palace on the planet, with almost ten thousand rooms. The vast scale and enormous sprawl of Beijing (it has some 21 million inhabitants) always astonishes visitors.
The most wide-ranging and extravagant collection of Chinese cultural riches lies within walking distance of Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing. The Forbidden City, an architectural masterpiece, was where Ming and Qing dynasty emperors lived in glittering splendour. Allow at least half a day just to traverse the endless series of magnificent courtyards – having already observed its epic, vermillion-walled grandeur from the terraces of Mandarin Oriental.
located along the eastern flank of Tiananmen Square, displays artefacts, and treasures, from the nation’s three thousand years of continuous civilisation. Just off the western edge is the National Centre for Performing Arts which regularly plays host to the finest orchestras and ballet troupes from China and the world.
Lovers of luxury are only a short elevator ride away from one of the city’s finest malls, WF Central, which carries all major designer brands. The air-conditioned slickness of the upscale boutiques contrasts with the rough and ready raucousness of Panjiayuan antiques market, a gigantic indoor-outdoor cornucopia of treasures.
Nobody has ever been underwhelmed by China’s most renowned structure, the Great Wall, which snakes along the mountains outside Beijing. One of the best spots to marvel at this awesome engineering feat is the restored section at Mutianyu. Take the gondola up, hike along a section of wall, pose for pictures atop watchtowers, then hurtle down via the Great Wall toboggan run (a winding metal chute with individual sledges).
Sip a cocktail at the MO Bar while enjoying majestic views towards the Forbidden City; dusk is particularly magical as the fading sun highlights the rusty red of the walls. Later in the evening, a nightclub atmosphere prevails, with a DJ spinning sounds for Beijing sophisticates.
Our stylish hotel overlooks landmarks such as The Forbidden City and offers some of the largest rooms and suites in Beijing. Blending contemporary aesthetics with classic Chinese décor, the hotel is home to two restaurants and a bar, all of which open onto an expansive rooftop garden terrace. With an exquisite spa offering signature wellness programmes, a fitness centre and a 25m indoor lap pool with sky roof, Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing will provide the ideal intimate retreat for Beijing residents and visitors alike.
Beijing is one of the most food-obsessed capital cities on Earth, where you can dine like an emperor on China’s lesser-known regional specialities. Sample Xinjiang-style barbecued lamb and flatbreads at Crescent Moon in Dongcheng; and wild mushroom stir-fries and Bai-style goat’s cheese from Yunnan eatery In & Out, in nearby Chaoyang Qu. For gourmet pan-Asian fare including wok-fried tiger prawn in sweet and sour sauce, Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing’s Café Zi is the hottest ticket in town, especially if you can bag a terrace table with views of the Forbidden City. If you’ve got a craving for Beijing’s signature dish, Peking duck, seek out Sheng Yong Xing, a luxe roast duck restaurant that serves the flame-licked duck skin together with tiny jewels of caviar.
Rooms and suites at Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing are simply sublime. The design is tailored specifically towards the sophisticated needs of the contemporary traveler, deftly combining residential style and luxurious amenities. The location, just minutes from the Forbidden City, means some rooms and suites have a spectacular view of the iconic Ming Dynasty palace.
These city-view rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows allowing natural light. The luxurious and airy Superior Rooms are 55 sqm, with a contemporary residential elegance. Each has a large designer table and a marble-tiled bathroom with an oversized rain shower, double basins and Diptyque toiletries.
The luxurious, light-flooded Deluxe Rooms are generously sized at 55 sqm and have an exquisite design and relaxed ambience. Each room has a supremely comfortable bed, a sumptuous, marble-tiled bathroom and a large designer table.
These luxurious rooms have natural light flowing in through the large windows. The luxurious and light-filled Premier Rooms have a contemporary residential ambience. A sumptuous, marble-tiled bathroom with an oversized rain shower, stylish bathtub and double basins are among the other sophisticated touches.
These luxurious light-filled rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and a terrace. These elegant rooms have a terrace of up to 28 sqm, a private-apartment-like design and a large designer table. The sumptuous bathrooms have an oversized, walk-in rain shower, Diptyque toiletries and double basins.
These luxurious and spacious rooms have a view of the iconic Forbidden City. Ample space and an unbeatable Forbidden City view through the floor-to-ceiling windows are the defining features of the Mandarin Rooms. The light and airy contemporary design and spa-like bathroom create a mood of refined luxury.
These luxurious and spacious suites have sweeping views out over the city. Panoramic views of Beijing are offered through the floor-to-ceiling windows of the Deluxe Suite. The 100 sqm suite design features separate areas for living and sleeping and a spa-like bathroom with an oversized rain shower.
These large and luxurious suites have a generous-sized terrace and city view. The suite is an ample 108 sqm, with an additional two terraces totalling 50 sqm. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow light to flood into the luxurious interior. The bathroom is a spa-like haven, with an oversized rain shower.
These suites have great views of the Forbidden City, the world’s largest palace. Imagine waking up to a view of the world’s largest palace. The aptly-named Premier Suite, with its stunning Forbidden City vista, is a super-luxury take on imperial tradition, with every conceivable modern convenience.
These generously sized luxury suites look out towards the Forbidden City. The 120 sqm Mandarin Suite enjoy stunning views over the Forbidden City, one of the world’s architectural masterpieces. The light-flooded suites have a stylish and sleek contemporary look, with an emphasis on comfort and luxury.
These large luxury suites have a huge outdoor terrace. The Garden Suite has an additional courtyard-style terrace area spanning a generous 300 sqm that can also be used for entertaining. The suite itself is 100 sqm of contemporary luxury, with a sumptuous, spa-like bathroom.
A Forbidden City-view luxury suite with ample space for entertaining. The luxurious Oriental Suite enjoys a stunning outlook over the iconic Forbidden City and also has ample space to host a celebration, or cocktail party. A six-seater dining table and stylish furnishings create a homely ambience.
The finest suite in Beijing, with a commanding view of the Forbidden City. This palatial suite is the last word in luxury, with views over the Forbidden City. The 260 sqm suite has a separate area for hosting dinner, or drinks, with the option of using the 300 sqm terrace to discreetly entertain guests.
Fabulous dining with restaurants offering spectacular terrace views of the Forbidden City.
Mandarin Grill + Bar
Mandarin Grill + Bar takes a traditional approach to serving prime imported steaks and seafood. Whether it is delicately-cooked tenderloin or grilled Baby Australian Rock Lobster, the chefs offer superb renditions of culinary classics, using seasonal ingredients. The seamless service and and the Adam Tihany-designed interiors make this a peerless dining experience. It is also the only Beijing luxury-hotel grill that offers impressive garden-terrace views of the Forbidden City. The Wangfu Room, which can seat 12 people, is a discreet option for private parties, or business discussions.
Café Zi serves Asian and Cantonese favourites prepared a-la-carte. Menu highlights include the lunchtime dim sum dishes from Michelin-starred Chef Wong Wing-Keung, renowned as one of the finest chefs in Hong Kong. Café Zi will have a wide range of Asian dishes, all cooked to order, using the finest, and freshest, seasonal ingredients. The all-day restaurant offers a splendid roof-terrace view of the Forbidden City, one of China’s ancient architectural treasures.
MO Bar is a sophisticated cocktail bar, and late-night lounge, with superb outdoor terrace views of the iconic Forbidden City. Whether it is early evening cocktails, mid-evening catch-ups with friends, or late-night partying to a DJ soundtrack, this is the favourite bar of Beijing’s cosmopolitan crowd. A relaxed décor, carefully-curated cocktails and a fabulous Forbidden City view terrace make it a very special sunset-onwards spot.
Serenely calm oasis in the heart of the hotel, The Library is, as the name suggests, a haven of calm in the heart of a bustling city, with understated décor and unobtrusive service. Guests can choose from a range of teas, coffees and light snacks, or order more substantial sandwiches. The Library is the perfect place to unwind after a full day of business, sightseeing or shopping.
Spa, swimming pool and fitness centre offer a five-star exercise environment, The Spa offers an unrivalled package of pampering and relaxation options designed to enhance overall wellness, while the fitness centre and swimming pool allow guests and members to complete their workout regimens in a five-star luxury environment. The pool with natural light streaming through the glass ceiling. Ceramic, gently-warmed ergonomic chairs allow swimmers to wind down comfortably, and slowly, after their exertions. The fitness centre’s flagship piece of gym equipment is the SKILLRUN, an advanced treadmill that offers full-body resistance, allowing participants to maximise their work-outs.
The pool is one of the hotel highlights: a superb 25-metre lap pool that is bathed in natural light streaming through the glass ceiling. Ceramic, gently-warmed ergonomic chairs allow swimmers to wind down comfortably, and slowly, after their exertions.
Whether your preference is a long, relaxing massage, an invigorating mud-based treatment, or a beauty pampering session, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing, a haven of calm, has it covered. A form of touch therapy that utilizes the principles of acupressure and Chinese medicine. This experience can be very effective both for prevention and for treatment of many ailments, including headaches, general aches and pains among others.
The fitness centre’s flagship piece of gym equipment is the SKILLRUN, an advanced treadmill that offers full-body resistance, allowing participants to maximise their work-outs. Other state-of-the-art equipment is geared towards specific workout regimens, allowing guests to continue their everyday fitness routines while away from home.