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What We Love

  • Restorative full body rose and geranium wrap in the Willow Stream Spa
  • The crispy Peking duck at Lunar 8
  • Watching TV while soaking in the oversize bathtub
  • Even though it has more than 200 rooms, the hotel feels intimate and friendly

What To Know

  • Fairmont Gold Rooms include free breakfast and afternoon tea
  • A visa is required for a stay in China
  • WiFi is an additional cost of $16 per day
  • A 15 percent service charge per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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City Classic Lobby Resort restaurant function hall café


Urban sanctuary that typifies the new Beijing and its East-meets-West vibe in the heart of the business district

The Look

Designed by Japanese architect Paul Tange, the Fairmont stands in stark contrast to some of the behemoth skyscraper hotels that surround it in the uber-modern Central Business District. The rose glass-clad tower takes its architectural inspiration from the past and is meant to evoke one of China’s ancient city gates. Interiors are bedecked with Chinese artwork, and panoramic windows allow for lots of natural light, creating a setting that feels both modern and warm.

Bed and Bath

Commodious guestrooms have floor-to-ceiling-windows that offer views of new Beijing, such as the China World Trade Center. Sleek and understated, the decor melds Asian minimalism with Western fluff. Beds have 400-thread-count linens and mother-of-pearl headboards that mimic the building’s China gate motif. Painted in tranquil ivory hues, the rooms are enlivened with gem-colored raw silk pillows and understated Chinese drawings and paintings. Spa-style bathrooms feature heated floors, a TV visible from the oversize bathtub and rain showers stocked with Miller Harris bath products. Fairmont Gold Rooms also have blingy 24K gold shower heads.


Serving an international clientele of business and luxury travelers, the Fairmont Beijing offers both Western and Chinese options for dining. Lunar 8, a classic Cantonese restaurant, consists of myriad private dining rooms. With superlative Peking duck and dim sum, it attracts locals as well. A swish steakhouse that draws inspiration from Chicago’s storied eateries, the Cut serves succulent beef and grilled seafood. The three-tier Willow Stream Spa offers a treatment menu with both Eastern and Western possibilities — as well as housing an immense fitness center, swimming pool, yoga room and tai chi workout area (the hotel is known for its one-on-one tai chi tutorials). With myriad champagne choices, the Champagne Bar buzzes as an evening social scene. And the Lobby Lounge Bar serves well-mixed craft cocktails.

How to Get There

Fairmont Beijing Hotel
No.8 Yong An Dong Li, Jian Guo Men Wai
Beijing, 100022 China


Lounge Staff amazing

Selina & her team were fabulous! They made us feel at home from the outset. Selina in particular took the time to talk to us & met all our requests with ease. She is an asset to the team & provides superb customer service. A very enjoyable stay & will definitely return.

Best Luxury choice for CBD area Offices and Silk street shopping

Fairmont Beijing is located in modern central Business District and is luxurious hotel in Chaoyang area and 3 minute walking distance from yongnali subway station and very popular Silk street market(Exit A from Station).
Hotel reception is well versed in English.
Hotel is beautiful and rooms are adequate in size, lovely mattress and lovely Bathroom. One can also use Gymnesium for exercise.
Breakfast was well laid with chinese and International dishes.Mr Mahesh Gawhane from India is Executive sous Chef and he is very supportive and served us vegetarian dishes and took good care of us as well as other customers. Quality of Food was excellent.
Taxi from beijing capital airport cost RMB 100 and to Beijing South station for high speed trains will cost 35-40 RMB.
Overall great stay at this Luxury accor group Hotel

Warm home

It's really an amazing trip for me and my family! The team of the concierge did a lot for us .At first,is the Mark helped us with the tour every day,all the details he arranged,so observant and sweet.And Leesin,the boy who gave us very good recommendation for the restaurant ,on truth,it's pretty good of the TRB Hutong near by the Forbidden City. Furthermore,Devin solved a big problem of the transportation for us,it's a terrible traffic in Beijing!At last,I'm so appreciate with Mrs.apple who have a good team and lead them so successfully!