- One of Beijing’s most glamorous boutique hotels, with elegant and exclusive interiors, just short sedan chair ride away from the Forbidden City.
- Oriental charm meets contemporary luxury at Waldorf Astoria Beijing. From the sleek and stylish lobby to the opulent bathrooms, you’ll find a unique blend of modern elegance, rich Chinese heritage and legendary Waldorf service.
- Its location in the heart of Beijing puts you just steps away from popular shopping malls, museums and historic attractions like Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
- For a more refined experience and greater privacy, the Hutong Studios and Villa are located in a separate wing of the hotel with a private entrance.
- From a distance, Waldorf Astoria Beijing looms majestically, an elegant latticework of copper and bronze cleverly designed to age gracefully via a process of natural oxidation.
- In place of an ostentatious lobby, the Beijing hotel is all silk-lined corridors, discrete chambers with tall ceilings,daring art pieces and gold-flecked Italian marble.
- Peacock Alley was the name of the original concourse connecting the Waldorf to the Astoria in New York, where trendsetters strut their stuff to see and be seen.
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.
10 minutes’ drive from Waldorf Astoria Beijing, the Temple of Heaven was built in 1420, during the reign of Emperor Yongle. Covering an area of 2,730,000, it was the site on which emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties offered sacrifices to Heaven, prayed for rain and a good harvest. Then Temple of Heaven is the largest extant sacrificial temple in China. Its architectural layout, structure and decoration have not only occupied an important position in China, but are also part of a valuable world heritage. The Hall of Prayer for a Good Year is the main building of the Temple of Heaven. IN 1998, the UNESCO listed the Temple of Heaven as part of the world cultural heritage.
This special arranged trip will take you to the highest institution of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The senior doctor will explain the theory of Qi and help prescribe you herbal medicine. You may also experience the miracle of acupuncture.
10 minutes’ drive from Waldorf Astoria Beijing, Beihai Park is known for its Qionghua Islet, Beihai Lake and White Pagoda. It is the best place to go boating in summer and skiing in winter. The Circular Wall on the west side of the southern gate was part of the royal garden of the Ming and Qing dynasties.
Yonghe Lama Temple is a temple and monastery of the Geluk School of Tibetan Buddhism located in Beijing, China. The building and the artworks of the temple is a combination of Han Chinese and Tibetan styles. Yonghe Lama Temple was originally built to the order of Emperor Kangxi in 1694 to serve as a residence for his son and successor-Yinzhen. In 1744, the ninth year of Emperor Qianlong, the lama temple was renovated with an 18-metre high statue of Maitreyathat made from a single piece of sandalwood.
The Great Wall of China was built on high mountains which is a series of fortifications made of stone, brick, tamped earth, wood, and other materials, generally built along an east-to-west line across the historical northern borders of China in part to protect the China against intrusions. A comprehensive archaeological survey, using advanced technologies, has concluded that the Ming walls measure 8,850 km. Another archaeological survey found that the entire wall with all of its branches measure out to be 21,196 km. Today, visitors from Beijing travel to parts of the Great Wall closest to the city, namely Badaling, Mutianyu and Jinshanling.
Waldorf Astoria Beijing is located at the central Beijing with walking distance to Forbidden City, one of the most famous scenery spot in China. The Forbidden City is located in the middle of Beijing and is the former palace of the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is the largest and best-preserved group of the ancient wooden architecture in the world. First built in 1406 in the fourth year of Emperor Yongle, it is the place where 24 emperors were enthroned, occupying an area of 720,000 square meters.
Populated with art galleries and shops, the 798 Art District was an area full of military-industrial factories in the 1950s. It has since been developed into an artists’ community, holding notable exhibitions since 2003.
Located in the historic centre of Beijing, the Waldorf Astoria provides the perfect fusion of modern luxury and the traditional orient. With a brilliant mix of contemporary art pieces and classic architectural elements the hotel encapsulates Beijing. Beijing is fantastic and vibrant metropolis combining rich imperial history and modern development with some brilliant hidden corners. With its attention to detail, beautiful artistic touches and wonderful service the Waldorf Astoria is the perfect base from which to explore this city. The hotel is situated in the heart of Beijing just steps away from the major shopping and nightlife districts as well as cultural sites such as Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the famous Beijing night market with lots of weird and wonderful goods to try!
With 176 rooms, the Waldorf Astoria Beijing feels more boutique than big chain, but still manages to squeeze in a swimming pool, whirlpool, and spa. Beside the main hotel building, a separate structure offers ‘hutong’ guest suites in Qing Dynasty style, including a mammoth-sized villa with its own private pool and garden. With no real lobby as such, service is discreet, but there’s always somebody there when you need them. Test out the fantastic spa treatments and therapies with a dip in the beautiful indoor pool or indulge your taste buds at the award-winning Brasserie 1893 or Zijin Mansion restaurants. However you choose to spend your time in Beijing, this luxurious hotel will ensure your stay is seamless the delightful concierge team at the Astoria will be on hand to assist with any special requirements.
Impeccably stylish spaces, accented with walls of purple or eggshell blue silk, and replete with Art Deco touches like cubist dividers delineating the sleeping and living areas. The room tech is controlled via a tablet handset, and other luxe touches include Ferragamo bathroom amenities and Japanese-style toilets. Ask for a west-facing room on the higher floors and you should just about glimpse the white dagoba atop Beihai Park and the arched eaves of the Forbidden City.
Double Double Premier Room
Enjoy the warmth of home in the elegantly designed Double Double Premier Room with 2 double beds. Unwind before the 46-inch HDTV in the bedroom, or watch the 50-inch HDTV in the work and lounge area. The room also features a modern bathroom stocked with exquisite bath amenities. Special touches include fluffy bathrobes.
King Deluxe Room
Experience contemporary luxury in this superbly appointed Deluxe Room featuring a plush king-sized bed dressed with fine linens. Stay productive at the expansive work area or unwind before the HDTV. Featuring complimentary WiFi, coffee and tea facilities and a selection of pillows for extra comfort and restful sleep. The room also includes an alarm clock with a CD and MP3 player and a lavish bath with twin vanity and exquisite amenities.
King Deluxe Terrace Room
Relax on the inviting terrace overlooking the garden courtyard or the quaint Hutongs. The richly furnished Deluxe Terrace Room features a comfortable king-sized bed enhanced with fine cotton linens. Stay productive at the generously proportioned work area and keep in touch with complimentary WiFi. Enjoy pampering amenities, pillow menu and the convenience of high-tech in-room facilities.
King Premier Room
Enjoy the warmth of home in the elegantly designed Premier Room with a grand king-sized bed. Unwind before the 46-inch HDTV in the bedroom, or watch the 50-inch HDTV in the work and lounge area. The room also features a modern bathroom stocked with exquisite bath amenities. Special touches include fluffy bathrobes.
Enjoy a taste of contemporary elegance in the commodious Ambassador Suite. Relax in the living room, in the separate study or in the spacious lounge with HDTV and an elite music sound system. Guests have the option to host a small gathering in the dining area for eight guests and unwind with a drink from the minibar sumptuously stocked with premium beverages, deli snacks, wine and champagne.
Located in the Waldorf Hutong Courtyard, the three Hutong Studios are between 67 square metres and 100 square metres in size. These elegant studios are designed with the modern traveler in mind, whilst providing the guest with a traditional experience. Studios feature luxurious bathrooms and amenities, as well as comfortable living and working areas. Stay connected with contemporary multimedia devices and surf the web with WiFi.
King Deluxe Suite
Experience luxurious comfort in the King Deluxe Suite featuring contemporary decor and floor-to-ceiling windows for ample sunlight. Unwind in the separate living room perfectly designed for entertainment and relaxation. The master bedroom offers a king-sized bed with fine linens, an additional LCD TV and a lavish en-suite bath with pampering amenities.
King Premier Suite
Relax in this indulgent Premier Suite offering a grand residential living space. Enjoy in-room dining at the comfort of the private living room. The suite features a work area with complimentary WiFi and a beautifully appointed bedroom offers a king-sized bed and a lavish bath with premium amenities.
King Premier Terrace Suite
Absolute privacy and sumptuous luxury are the mainstays in the King Premier Terrace Suite. Relax in the living room or admire beautiful surroundings from the terrace. The bedroom features a king-sized bed, a dressing area and a lavish bath with exquisite amenities. Enjoy opulent robes and fresh white towels.
Experience true elegance in the Presidential Suite where lavish details abound at every turn, from unpacking service to personalized meal planning with the Executive Chef. The suite offers private lounges and an entertainment area. Featuring a master bedroom, complete with walk-in closet, offering a bath with Courtyard and Hutong views. The suite boasts a separate dining room for 10 guests and a fully equipped kitchen.
Hutong Courtyard Villa
Terrace, 1050 sq. m., living/dining room, kitchen, private swimming pool, 2 bedrooms. This luxurious space, spread over three floors, is the star of the Waldorf Hutong Courtyard, featuring a 145 sq. m. private courtyard garden. The master guest room with a large terrace occupies the upper floor, while the ground floor houses the living room, one guest room, and a dining room for 12. Host dinner parties catered by the hotel’s Chinese and Western chefs. The basement features an indoor pool, relaxation area, steam room and sauna.
Brasserie 1893 is the main restaurant, a dozen or more tables surrounding an open kitchen dominated by two magnificent blue glazed Italian Molteni cooking ranges. The food doesn’t fully live up to the setting; think modern American riffs on hotel stalwarts like the club sandwich (poached chicken and crisp bacon on house-baked multigrain), together with play-it-safe Asian fare like Cantonese egg noodles stir-fried with king prawns. Steaks are good but pricey, and come with sides like creamed mash and pumpkin.On the second floor, Zijin Mansion is the hotel’s Chinese restaurant, a modern take on Cantonese and Beijing dining with five private rooms, and Peacock Alley is a breezy art deco bar that does a nice line in afternoon tea, including single mouthful servings of Waldorf salad.
Inspired by its namesake at Waldorf Astoria New York, Brasserie 1893 offers an ambience of relaxed, contemporary luxury and a choice of continental dining options. Brasserie 1893 is all about candid chef-and-guest interaction, gastronomical indulgence and visual bliss. The central focus of the restaurant is the show kitchen, which is installed with two exclusive Molteni stoves, bringing the chefs into close contact with guests. Sip an exquisite glass of wine as you watch the chef grill your steak to perfection or prepare oysters.
Peacock Alley is an upscale 66-seat lounge that orchestrates the perfect symphony of Waldorf Astoria’s classic surroundings and fresh contemporary ambiance for quick meals, afternoon teas, informal business meetings and sweet breaks. The elaborate bar and secluded lounge immerses guests in a classic and convivial ambience. Classic Waldorf cocktails and exciting innovations are all available from the drink list.
Zijin Mansion is the perfect restaurant to blend traditional eastern cuisine with western wines. Featuring a wine cellar with 400 different wines from New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Argentina, Chile, and France. The legendary, rare and classic wine collection includes not only first-growth Bordeaux like Grand Cru or Premier Cru but also many undiscovered labels.
Located on the first floor of the hotel, Patisserie Couture is more than just a tempting dessert and pastry shop. Its library setting features welcoming plush sofa seats and luxurious surroundings, making it the perfect oasis to escape from the hustle and bustle outside. Signature items at Patisserie Couture include the New York classic Red Velvet Cake and the unique Beijing Style Red Velvet Cake. Both can also be savored at Peacock Alley. Other items include handmade pastries, whole cakes, chocolates, fresh loaves of bread and a stunning selection of Macaroons.
Experience exceptional service and world-class facilities at the Waldorf Astoria Beijing hotel.
Swim in the heated indoor pool and relax in the soothing whirlpool.
A peaceful oasis amid a bustling city, Waldorf Astoria Spa is a place of refuge and relaxation. Indulgent treatments married with exceptional care create a place where guests release stress and experience tranquility. The Waldorf Astoria Spa, a luxurious wellness escape where discerning guests undertake unique and authentic spa journeys, offers a full menu of spa treatments, salon services and fitness activities. With seven treatment suites and a spa retail boutique, the spa specializes in authentic and energizing body and face treatments for both men and women. Skilled therapists deliver signature calming, results-oriented therapies with products featuring exotic ingredients. The fitness room is equipped with the latest cardiovascular and weight training machines. Swim in the heated indoor pool and relax in the soothing whirlpool.
The unparalleled spa experience, delivered through iconic True Waldorf Service, includes a diverse assortment of approachable wellness offerings. A team of spa experts uses an array of world-renowned products and local ingredients to provide guests with tailored treatments to meet a variety of wellness and beauty needs. The Waldorf Astoria promise of impeccable attention to detail, highly personalized therapies and an inviting yet intimate environment ensures that each spa experience is unique and truly unforgettable.
The fitness room is equipped with the latest cardiovascular and weight training machines.