St. Regis Beijing

Beijing, China

  • St. Regis Beijing View 1

    Classic club style with an oriental flavor

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    Classic club style with an oriental flavor

  • St. Regis Beijing View 3

    Classic club style with an oriental flavor

  • St. Regis Beijing View 4

    Classic club style with an oriental flavor

  • St. Regis Beijing View 5

    Classic club style with an oriental flavor

Why we choose St. Regis Beijing

An urban sanctuary in hectic Beijing, where the staff takes service seriously

  • 24-hour butler service with complimentary coffee and tea delivery
  • The Evening Wine Ritual includes wine, cocktails and canapés
  • It has the most specious hotel garden in Beijing

Beijing is a huge city and a top international draw for business and pleasure. Finding the best luxury hotel can be daunting, to say the least, but the St. Regis is a good place to start. It’s hard to argue with the 24-hour butler service—the only hotel in town where you can get that perk. In addition, a truly great location and luxurious amenities make it the go-to destination for heads of state, so it’s likely you’ll feel pretty good about it, too.

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We suggest

Diplomat Deluxe Rooms with a Butler service.

What you need to know about the hotel

The feel of a private residence and the appointments of a huge luxury brand

  • Cool off in the glass-enclosed, Roman-style swimming pool and then relax in the two natural hot spring water Jacuzzis
  • Among the fitness class choices is ancient Chinese discipline and martial art Tai Chi, taught by a professional Tai Chi Master
  • The business lounge located at 187 is perfect for private tasting or business support where any in-house guest can enjoy a daily wine ritual

The St. Regis’ 258 guestrooms are sleek and modern-without verging into avant-garde-and come equipped with the latest technologies. All good choices, though we’re partial to a Diplomat Deluxe Room. But you won’t want to spend all your time in the room once you discover the great dining here, which attracts guests as well as locals. Sink your teeth into everything from Italian eats from Danieli’s, voted “Beijing’s Finest Italian Restaurant”, to the Celestial Court’s authentic Chinese cuisine. We particularly enjoy specialty venues like the lobby lounge and Press Club bar, which are the dominant features of the St. Regis Beijing, and inspired by its heritage as the new social mecca featuring a refinded elegance with clasic cocktails, wines and champagne.

Where is it and what's nearby

One of the best addresses in Beijing—close to shopping and must-see sights

  • “Tea” and “China” are synonymous, so hit Malian Dao street to sample and haggle for teas you just can’t get back home
  • Make tons of time for the 7 million-square-foot Forbidden City complex, the largest and most elaborate imperial palace in China
  • If you want to escape the hubbub, head to Milu Park, an ecoreserve packed with indigenous deer and migratory birds

Staying at the St. Regis Beijing puts you in the center of the capital’s diplomatic and commercial district, with the Silk Market just a few minutes’ walk and the Forbidden city a 10-minute cab ride away. Also just a quick walk or ride from the hotel is Tianamen Square, The Great Hall of the People, The National Arts Centre, the shoppers’ paradise of Wangfujing, many of Beijing’s original hutongs and tons of restaurants.

In Beijing, there’s a museum for everything, plus more temples, religious sites and historic monuments than you could possibly hope to tackle in a month. Work with the concierge to pare down your list, and check out the things that are most appealing to you.

How to enjoy Beijing

According to Katie Melua there are 9 million bicycles in Beijing. There are actually more cars, but still, the song’s sentiment captures the romance of the city where 1,000 year old walls nestle comfortably amid 21st century architecture and traffic

  • Put the pagoda on top of the hill in Jingshan Park on your must-see list, it affords picture perfect views over the Forbidden City
  • Pay your respects to the embalmed remains of Chairman Mao at the Mao Mausoleum south of Tiananmen Square
  • Wudaoying Hutong has something for everyone. It brings together the best from the East and the West - from coffee shops and fast food to the VA Bar, which features up-and-coming music artists and local bands as well as its own open mic night on Wednesdays.

For an exclusive insight into Beijing, discover the places just off the main tourist trail. Chonghua Palace (Palace of Double Glory), for example. It is one of the 980 buildings that comprise the Unesco World Heritage Site, The Forbidden City, and is usually off limits in order to protect its gold brick floor. Special visits can be arranged, though: speak to your concierge.

It is easy to find a crowd-free trip to the Great Wall. The edifice is huge. You just need to pick a less popular spot for this stunning attraction, such as Mutianyu or hike to Jiankou. It’s also possible to get a unique take on many other Beijing treasures. The Seventeen Arch Bridge over Kunming Lake at the Summer Palace at sundown is spectacular and the hutongs give a flavor of the city when the bike was still king.

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    When to visit Beijing

    Fall is a lovely time to visit Beijing, when the summer heat has cooled and the skies are a crisp blue. It’s also best to avoid local holidays when attractions can get very crowded.

  • We say

    A great location in the heart of the city.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with St. Regis Beijing, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Buffet breakfast daily for up to two in-room guests
  • USD $100 equivalent resort or hotel credit to be utilized during stay
  • 15% discount off Iridium Spa
  • 4pm late check-out, subject to availability

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