4.5
Very Good 986 Reviews
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What We Love

  • The China Grill restaurant, one of the highest restaurants in the city, with 360-degree views
  • A 25-meter indoor lap pool and fitness facilities on the 59th floor
  • Healing treatments based on Traditional Chinese Medicine in the Tian Spa

What To Know

  • WiFi is free in guest rooms but not in the business center
  • There is an additional charge for breakfast
  • Parking isn’t free, even if you do it yourself

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Casino
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

A sleek, sophisticated contemporary hotel set high above Beijing’s Central Business District

The Lowdown

Park Hyatt’s hotel in the prestigious Beijing Yintai Centre is the tallest skyscraper on Chang’an Avenue (a symbol of the “new China.”) The 246 contemporary guest rooms have blond wood, crisp white linens, functional workstations for the hotel’s many business travelers, and spa-inspired bathrooms for anyone who wants to relax. The spa itself is inspired by traditional Chinese medicine, and its treatments include tui na massage and cupping; no less enticing are the fitness center and lap pool high in the sky. The varied dining venues include an outpost of the China Grill steak house with staggering city views, while the Xiu complex includes three bars, wine cellars, and live entertainment.

In the Area

The hotel is directly opposite the China World Trade Center and the architecturally striking CCTV tower, and within walking distance of major tourist attractions such as Beihai Park, built in the 11th century as an imperial garden and now a public park; Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City are also in range. The contemporary art scene is thriving nearby as well, including the 798 Dashanzi Art Zone, the Red Gate Gallery, and the Today Art Museum.

How to Get There

Park Hyatt Beijing
2 Jianguomenwai Street
Beijing, 100022 China

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 986 Reviews
Expected more
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Guestroom was fairly big, comfortable and enough for business purpose. Wifi connection may need improvement. Facilities like water pot was not very clean. One should expect more than present from a global famous hotel.

Weekend work trip
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Really quite enjoyed this Hyatt property - the rooms are very large, great linens, great views and beautiful breakfast room up on L66 Grill. The only downside was checkout - 5 staff members, 2 guests departing and took almost 15 minutes (there just seemed to be a lot of paper shuffling and typing on the computer!) - this really just needs to be a seamless experience (wouldn’t like to think what would happen at z busy time).

The rain shower!! Oh the rain shower!!
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Lots of reasons to stay here. Great customer service, lovely views, reasonably good food. Comfortable, well-appointed room: Modern and clean. Very conveniently located. But seriously, BEST. RAIN SHOWER. EVER. Also, I may be addicted to the Aromatherapy toiletries they provide.

Poor Service
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Had the worst experience at their Bar - China Bar. Unfriendly staff with long faces. Wouldn't have gone there but for the current renovation which makes going up and down and in and out of the lifts troublesome.

Disappointed
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I was disappointed about my recent stay at Park Hyatt Beijing. I have stayed here several times and this was the worst experience. I understand renovation has been going on, but flies in toilet? Fly bodies on toilet floor the next day? Chatting and giggling waiting staff at breakfast? And what happened to the warm and enthusiatic staff? The lady who checked me in was very nice and that was it. No one else cared.