PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS:

  • This Ritz Carlton property in the Chaoyang district represents the Old World charm that’s often associated with the luxury hotel brand. The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing’s classic appeal is on display with elegant, English manor-inspired rooms, marble foyer with fresh flower displays, the spa-level heated pool and fine-dining restaurants like Yu.
  • The Beijing hotel is just steps away from the shopping at Shin Kong Place and a 20 to 25 minute car ride from top tourist attractions like the Forbidden City, so it’s conveniently located for sight-seeing.
  • Offering a variety of massages, facials and body wraps, The Ritz-Carlton Spa and heated indoor pool provides weary travelers with numerous great ways to relieve sore muscles from the long flight.
  • Marble-lined bathtubs come stocked with comfortable bath pillows and bath salts making a long soak a luxury that we won’t turn down.
  • The luxury hotel’s swanky cigar and whiskey bar features comfortable couches and strong drinks — which are the exact reasons why we love it.

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.

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Beijing Ancient Observatory

Located on the southwest side of the Jianguomen crossroad in the Dongcheng District, the Beijing Ancient Observatory, one of the oldest observatories in the world, was built in 1442. During the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties, this observatory served astronomers in their star-gazing reports to the Emperor, who considered the movements of the celestial bodies to be a highly important affair. The astronomical instruments were also utilized for sea navigation. In 1673, the Jesuit Ferdinand Verbiest supervised the rebuilding of some of the instruments and further developed the observation of the stars and planets with other Jesuits. The main astronomical devices are located on the observatory roof and the exhibition rooms within house ancient star maps dating back to the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907). Opening hours: 9 a.m.-11 a.m.; 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Last Entry at 4 p.m. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.



Forbidden City

Lying at the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City, called Gu Gong in Chinese, was the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Now known as the Palace Museum, it is to the north of Tiananmen Square. Rectangular in shape, it is the world’s largest palace complex and covers 74 hectares. Surrounded by a six meter deep moat and a ten meter high wall are 9,999 buildings. The wall has a gate on each side. Opposite the Tiananmen Gate, to the north is the Gate of Divine Might (Shenwumen), which faces Jingshan Park. The distance between these two gates is 960 meters, while the distance between the gates in the east and west walls is 750 meters. There are unique and delicately structured towers on each of the four corners of the curtain wall. These afford views over both the palace and the city outside. The Forbidden City is divided into two parts. The southern section, or the Outer Court was where the emperor exercised his supreme power over the nation. The northern section, or the Inner Court was where he lived with his royal family. Until 1924 when the last emperor of China was driven from the Inner Court, fourteen emperors of the Ming dynasty and ten emperors of the Qing dynasty had reigned here. Having been the imperial palace for some five centuries, it houses numerous rare treasures and curiosities. Listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987, the Palace Museum is now one of the most popular tourist attractions world-wide. Opening hours: Open daily all year.



Prince Gong Mansion

This grand compound sits in a neighborhood once reserved for imperial relatives. Built during the Ming Dynasty, it fell to Prince Gong, brother of Qing emperor Xianfeng and later an adviser to Empress Dowager Cixi. With nine courtyards joined by covered walkways, it was once one of Beijing’s most lavish residences. The largest hall offers summertime Beijing opera and afternoon tea to guests on guided hutong tours. Some literary scholars believe this was the setting of the Dream of the Red Chamber, China’s best-known classic novel.



Summer Palace

Situated in the western outskirts of Haidian District, the Summer Palace is 15 kilometers (9.3 miles) from central Beijing. Having the largest royal park and being well preserved, it was designated, in 1960 by the State Council, as a Key Cultural Relics Protection Site of China. Containing examples of the ancient arts, it also has graceful landscapes and magnificent constructions. The Summer Palace is the archetypal Chinese garden, and is ranked amongst the most noted and classical gardens of the world. In 1998, it was listed as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

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The Ritz Carlton Beijing Reception

In a city where the story spans millennia, The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing shares the past in ways that blend seamlessly with the present. Rooted in the art of the tea ceremony and borrowing classic English countryside elements, the hotel offers a central location in China Central Place and next to luxury shopping at SKP Shopping Centre. Amenities include a wedding chapel, three restaurants, a spa and several meeting spaces.

Blending Beijing glamour with traditional English elegance, this city center hotel presents opportunities for indulgence, exploration and gathering. Set within downtown’s main business district, the hotel offers a collection of 5-star amenities that reflect the traditions and evolution of China. Reflecting the elegance of an English country home, hotel accommodations embody luxury in both their design and amenities. Spacious guest rooms feature workspaces and marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, and suites offer residential touches including living rooms and walk-in closets.

Reflecting the elegance of an English country home, hotel accommodations embody luxury in both their design and amenities. Spacious guest rooms feature workspaces and marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, and suites offer residential touches including living rooms and walk-in closets.

The Ritz Carlton Beijing Deluxe Room

Deluxe Room

  • Very spacious room layout.
  • Stunning bathroom with bathtub and separate rain shower.
  • English Country Manor Decoration.
  • Option to upgrade to Club Level Access.
The Ritz Carlton Beijing Club Room

The Ritz-Carlton Club Room

  • 4-hour Club Lounge access.
  • Very spacious room layout with scenic views.
  • Stunning bathroom with bathtub and separate rain shower.
  • This accommodation is eligible for Club Level Access.
The Ritz Carlton Beijing Club Executive Suite

Executive Suite

  • Large living area and walk-in closet.
  • Luxurious, spacious marble bathroom.
  • Complimentary high-speed Internet access.
  • Option to upgrade to Club Level Access.

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The Ritz Carlton Beijing Ritz Carlton Suite

The Carlton Suite

  • Spacious living area with scenic views.
  • Luxurious marble bathroom with a 20-inch LCD television.
  • Walk-in closet.
  • Option to upgrade to Club Level Access.
The Ritz Carlton Beijing Club Executive Suite

Club Executive Suite

  • 24-hour Club Lounge access.
  • Large living area with scenic views.
  • Luxurious marble bathroom with a 20-inch LCD television.
  • This accommodation is eligible for Club Level Access.
The Ritz Carlton Beijing Club Carlton Suite

The Club Carlton Suite

  • 24-hour Club Lounge access.
  • Spacious bedroom, living area with scenic views.
  • Luxurious marble bathroom with a 20-inch LCD television.
  • This accommodation is eligible for Club Level Access.

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The Ritz Carlton Beijing Ritz Carlton Suite

The Ritz-Carlton Suite

  • 24-hour Club Lounge access.
  • Separate bedroom, living room, powder room.
  • Lavish dining area with seating for ten.
  • This accommodation is eligible for Club Level Access.

Tradition tints each dining experience at this Beijing hotel. Familiar Italian cuisine is reimagined. An English manor-inspired lounge hosts Afternoon Tea. Chinese fine dining is hosted by a tea master. A cocktail bar honors the classics. And a restaurant celebrates Asia’s finest food cultures.

The Ritz Carlton Beijing Yu

Yu

Delectable Chinese cuisine at Yu comes with fineness and sophistication of jade for its name sake, as seven private dining rooms and a tea master await all comers to intimate and sumptuous gastronomic affairs.

The Ritz Carlton Beijing Barolo

Barolo

Embark on an Italian culinary journey in Beijing Classic Italian cuisine with a modern twist. The most famous of Italian wines, Barolo, from the Piedmont region of Italy. Cozy and elegant ambiance. Barolo is home to a true Italian culinary experience in Beijing.

The Ritz Carlton Beijing Aroma

Aroma

Across Asia, culinary traditions have been building for centuries, sustaining billions of people with food that layers spices and flavors. At Aroma restaurant, The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing pays homage to Chinese, Indian, Japanese and other Asian cuisines with a la carte menus and buffet-style presentations prepared in open kitchens. Weekends feature brunch and a seafood dinner buffet.

The Ritz Carlton Beijing Bar

The Ritz-Carlton Bar

Distinct like an exclusive gentlemen’s club. The Ritz-Carlton Bar is the perfect oasis in the city for pleasurable indulgence in stylish cocktails and tasteful snacks in the great company of friends and live entertainment.

The Ritz Carlton Beijing The Lounge

The Lounge

In classic English manor home sophistication and elegance, The Lobby Lounge provides a blissful getaway from the noise and haste of the city with refreshing afternoon tea or exquisite champagne for business meetings or personal pleasure.

Health club with heated indoor lap pool, steam and dry saunas, beauty treatments, and gymnasium.

The Ritz Carlton Beijing Gym

Fitness Center

The Fitness Centre is open 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Featuring the latest cardiovascular equipment and Kinesis® TechnoGym, making it possible to work out all the muscles of the human body, thanks to the equipment’s versatility, infinite movement combinations so that different muscles are exercised simply by changing the exercise position.

The Ritz Carlton Beijing Spa

Spa

Blending ancient rituals and modern skincare science, The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Beijing offers a temple of wellness in the heart of the city. Focusing on both health and beauty, the hotel spa offers a range of luxury treatments performed by skilled therapists. The space is contemporary yet tranquil and features 7 single lavish treatment rooms, 2 Couple’s Suites, and a Jade Treatment including a VALMONT Facial Treatment and a set of comprehensive health and beauty therapies with an overall goal of enhancing wellness.

The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing kids club

Kids Club

The Ritz Kids program is aiming to delight younger guests by making memories that last well beyond their hotel stays through engaging and immersive experiences focused on education, culture, adventure, and promoting environmental awareness of our planet for the future.

Area & Location

Area, Country
Beijing, China
Nearest Airport
Beijing Capital International Airport, Beijing
Local Currency
Chinese Yuan/Renminbi (CNY/RMB)
Time Change
GMT +8
Language
Mandarin Chinese
Best time to go
Best visited between May through September.

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