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The Peninsula Beijing in Beijing, China
Renamed from The Peninsula Palace Beijing to The Peninsula Beijing following the completion of the final phase of a US$34 million renovation programme, The Peninsula Beijing is now unquestionably the premier hotel in Beijing for business and leisure travelers, as well as the venue of choice for important events and celebrations. Having opened in 1989, The Peninsula Beijing has an imposing, traditional Chinese architectural-style exterior, integrated with the ultimate in luxurious, modern hotel amenities and facilities. Ideally located in the center of Beijing, The Peninsula Beijing is just a short stroll from Beijing's Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, and is within easy access of Beijing Railway Station. The hotel offers 525 superbly appointed and spacious guest rooms and suites, based on The Peninsula's tradition of comfort, subtly blended with Chinese influences.
Each one of the hotel's guest rooms is equipped with advanced technology for the convenience of hotel guests. Featuring two of the finest and most innovative restaurants in Beijing, Jing, a "modern meets Asian" restaurant, and the brand new Huang Ting, offering exquisite Cantonese cuisine, the hotel has set new standards of service in China. The Peninsula Beijing offers a range of fitness facilities that includes a fully equipped Fitness Center, a heated swimming pool, steam rooms, saunas, as well as massage and beauty treatments. The hotel also features the most prestigious shopping arcade in Beijing, The Peninsula Arcade, with 50 exclusive designer boutiques. The Peninsula Beijing - the premier address for both business and leisure travelers to the Chinese capital.
Location of The Peninsula Beijing
Nearest Airport: NAY
Reviews for The Peninsula Beijing
Have previously stayed at the Rosewood and Ă‰clat in Beijing. Found the Peninsula to be a great option for a more central location. Beautiful and very well appointed. Luxe feel all around and love the contemporary touches and technological considerations to a classically beautiful space. Staff was all welcoming and professional. Room service breakfast was great too. Loved the cinema room in the Beijing Suite.
The service was really dreadful here - we've stayed previously at the Peninsula in Tokyo & Paris, and this one in Beijing is not being run as well as the other two I have stayed at. Every interaction was frustrating and not well thought-through. I won't stay here again. On arrival at the station there had been a mis-communication about my pick-up. It took 3 phone calls from the station to speak to someone. #frustrating. I asked to speak to a manager, but this wasn't acted on, so I had to ask again. #pathetic I paid for a massage only to find out there was a special offer advertised in my room that they hadn't told me about, but they added extras for for "service fee" #overcharged There were blood stains on the bathroom towelling #gross There's a free shoe-clean service, but for some reason it took three conversations to make it happen, and three times housekeeping coming into the room when I was trying to shower on arrival. #timewasters #no-privacy Even the hotel signage is bad. There's a sign in the lift/elevator saying the bar is on the 14th floor. Actually it isn't. Wasted ages trying to get there, only no bar. #timewasters The running of the hotel is not being seen from a customer's point of view. At these prices, it's a disgrace.
philippefraser - London, UK
What a wonderful hotel everything was 5* as expected, staff were excellent, the spa treatments were expensive but well worth it got a wonderful upgrade as I was celebrating a special birthday everyone made our stay so special excellent memories, thank you
eileencarr2018 - Morpeth, United Kingdom
Stayed 3 nights. Major confusion with my room allocation on check in, started off on the wrong foot. Reception handled it in a professional manner. Room was very high tech & very well designed, best I have come across. Breakfast at Jing was disappointing, we didnâ€™t even bother having our breakfast by the 3rd day. Coffee was cold, hot food was cold. Food poor quality for a hotel this calibre and what they charge.
ct8Brisbane - brisbane
Just got back from a two week trip to a China which started and finished at the Pen in Beijing. We flew back into Beijing from HK and got to the hotel past midnight for a v short stay before our trip back to the UK. We have a young family and it was a delight to find we had received an upgrade from our previously amazing suite into an either larger one! It is rare in our travelling experience to see an example of a hotel spending some time to think â€śwhat does this family need when it gets here?â€ť -lovely touches like a plate of sandwiches for the adults and the kids, beds turned down, lamps on low, curtains drawn -you get the picture -other hotels around the world take note -this is how you do it!!!!
MattieB2012 - Chelmsford, United Kingdom