Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing
Rosewood Beijing

Rosewood Beijing

Jing Guang Centre, Hujialou, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China

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“Elegant Chinese Artistry”

Dragons and lions, calligraphy and cloisonné paintings – there’s no escaping the fact that you’re in China here. The country’s rich history is played out in dramatic artworks, art books, and artifacts placed throughout the elegant hotel. Rosewood Curators encourage guests to explore their fascinating city, while back at the hotel, a sumptuous spa and gorgeous rooms offer space for the soul to expand (overnight expansion is available in spa suites).

Best time to visit : All Year

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What we Love

What we absolutely love about the property and feel sure will dazzle you too.

  • Luxurious, cozy residential feel with art and coffee table books everywhere
  • Manor Club benefits – from courtesy car within the vicinity to fragrance butler, packing and unpacking – are some of the most extensive we’ve seen
  • Big rooms that range from 45 to 177 sq. m.
  • Stunning heated pool, gold tiled, indoors yet sun-kissed (thanks to the glass dome) and framed beautifully by trees

  • Rooms
  • Dining
  • Leisure
  • Location
  • The Insider

283 Rooms and Suites

Sophistication meets residential-style accommodation at this Beijing luxury hotel. With 283 luxurious rooms and suites that are amongst the largest in the city, the guestrooms evoke sensations of lavish apartment living. Featuring natural finishes, textural overlays, spacious bathrooms, walk-in closets, and non-traditional elements with subtle Oriental aesthetics, guests discover an intimate and sophisticated surrounding in the midst of Beijing. All Rosewood Beijing accommodations feature original cloisonné paintings, beautiful fine art prints, floor-to-ceiling windows, and built-in TVs within the bathroom mirrors.

Room Facilities

  • Complimentary high-speed WiFi and broadband Internet access
  • Fully stocked mini bar with premium liquor selections 
  • Frette bathrobe
  • Walk-in wardrobe 
  • Nespresso coffee machine  
  • Frette 600 thread-count linens 
  • Bespoke Rosewood bathroom amenities by Lorenzo Villoresi
  • 50" LCD Smart TV 
  • Blueray DVD player
  • Bluetooth music station 
  • Samsung soundbar speaker system  
  • Bedside control panel for lighting, AC and drapes 
  • Complimentary VOD (Video On Demand)

Need to Know

Check-in 15.00 / Check-out 12.00

Deluxe Room
Deluxe Room
  • 2
  • 45 - 50 sq. m.
  • King / Twin
  • Beijing Skyline

The Deluxe Rooms offers residential style living space and a magnificent view of the Beijing skyline, with a choice of either a king bed or two twin beds. Each guestroom is elegantly accessorized with refined art, books and ornamentation to deliver a contemporary and homelike environment. Deluxe Rooms are located on floors 7 through 23.

Grand Deluxe Room
Grand Deluxe Room
  • 2
  • 56 sq. m.
  • King / Twin
  • Beijing Skyline

The Grand Deluxe Rooms offers residential-style living space and a magnificent view of the Beijing skyline, with a choice of either a king bed or two twin beds. Each guestroom is elegantly accessorized with refined art, books and ornamentation to deliver a contemporary and homelike environment. Grand Deluxe Rooms are located on floors 7 through 23.

Premier Room
Premier Room
  • 2
  • 48 - 55 sq. m.
  • King / Twin
  • Beijing Skyline

Offering residential style living space and a magnificent view of the city skyline. These spacious guestrooms are elegantly appointed with an elegant touch of art, books and ornamentation for residential luxury. Featuring a leather-covered chaise lounge, sofa, coffee table, lounge chair, workstation desk and large windows, guests can enjoy all the comforts of home. Premier rooms are located on floors 7 through 23.

Grand Studio
Grand Studio
  • 63 sq. m.
  • 1 King
  • Beijing Skyline

With a city view of Beijing, Grand Studios were designed with business travelers in mind. Featuring generous living space, these guestrooms are decorated with natural finishes, textural overlays and beautiful art. A separate living room and a working station desk equipped with a printer, fax machine and office supplies are also available. Grand Studios are located on floors 7 to 23.

Club Deluxe Room
Club Deluxe Room
  • 2
  • 56 sq. m.
  • King
  • Beijing Skyline

Club Deluxe Rooms offers residential-style living space and a magnificent view of the Beijing skyline. Guests staying in Club Deluxe Rooms enjoy exclusive access to the Manor Club, a tranquil atmosphere for guests seeking a private urban refuge and privileges such as unique services and offerings. Each guestroom features refined art, books and ornamentation to deliver a contemporary and homelike environment.

Club Premier Room
Club Premier Room
  • 2
  • 50 sq. m.
  • King / Twin
  • City and CCTV Tower

These spacious guestrooms are elegantly appointed with elegant art, books and ornamentation for residential luxury. Guests staying in Club Premier Rooms enjoy exclusive access to the Manor Club, a tranquil atmosphere for guests seeking a private urban refuge and and privileges such as unique services and offerings. Featuring a leather-covered chaise lounge, sofa, coffee table, lounge chair, workstation desk and large windows, guests can enjoy all the comforts of home.

Manor Suite
Manor Suite
  • 2
  • 68 sq. m.
  • King
  • City and CCTV Tower

Evoking sensations of luxury apartment living, Manor Suites provide a sophisticated surrounding for guests. The Beijing suite offers a majestic separate living room and an enclosed bedroom area with a king size bed. Corner suites are available, with sweeping views of the CCTV Tower and the city of Beijing from floor-to-ceiling windows. Guests also have the option of connecting the Manor Suite with a Deluxe Twin Room or Premier Twin Room to create a two-bedroom suite. Manor Suites are located on floors 7 to 23.

Rosewood Suite
Rosewood Suite
  • 2
  • 75 sq. m.
  • King
  • City and CCTV Tower

Rosewood Suites bestow an air of elegance in a residential-style surrounding. Tastefully decorated with both contemporary and distinctly Oriental details, the suites offer a warm and serene sanctuary in Beijing. Featuring an enclosed bedroom, walk-in closet, guest bathroom and separate living room with table and chairs. Guests also have the option of connecting the Rosewood Suite with a Premier King Room to create a two-bedroom suite. Rosewood Suites are located on floors 7 to 23. 

Terrace Suite
Terrace Suite
  • 2
  • 74 sq. m.
  • King
  • City and CCTV Tower

Relax and rejuvenate in sublime style in a beautifully appointed Terrace Suite. These exclusive Beijing suites feature a king bed, a separate living room, and a private balcony—perfect for enjoying an alfresco breakfast, a sunset glass of wine or quiet moment of reflection, while taking in breathtaking views of the Beijing cityscape and magnificent CCTV tower.

Spa Suite
Spa Suite
  • 2
  • 100 sq. m.
  • King
  • City and CCTV Tower

At Rosewood Beijing, the Spa Suites offer an enchanting environment for relaxation. Featuring a king bed, an outdoor balcony with views of the CCTV Tower and an in-room massage table or oversized bath tub, guests can unwind and feel rejuvenated. This Beijing suite is a paradise for both the mind and body.

Beijing House
Beijing House
  • 2
  • 177 sq. m.
  • King
  • City and CCTV Tower

As the largest suite at Rosewood Beijing, Beijing House brings luxury to new heights. Providing grand living space, this suite offers a grand foyer entrance, separate kitchen, separate guest bathroom, large walk-in closet, and study office with a large screen TV. It also features a separate dining room that seats up to 10 people, a fireplace with an overhead TV, and a spacious living room with three sofas. With floor-to-ceiling windows and Art Deco/Chinoiserie paintings, Beijing House is the emblem of sophistication in Beijing.

Bistrot B Lounge Bar
Bistrot B Lounge Bar
Built around the grand entrance and the atrium of the hotel, guests will feel an exquisite sense of arrival with Bistrot B Lounge • Bar's soothing music and décor. The open pastry counter offers freshly baked croissants and breads in the morning, sweet pastries, cakes and cookies in the afternoon and crêpes and chocolates at night.
Bistrot B
Bistrot B
Bistrot B is one of Beijing’s most celebrated dining spots—an enchanting epicurean haven serving expertly prepared authentic French cuisine and fine wines in a buzzy modern dining room and twinkling terrace.
Red Bowl
Red Bowl
This one-of-a-kind restaurant with a menu celebrating Chinese hot pot offers the freshest meats, seafood, and vegetables cooked at the table along with a vast assortment of draft beers, wine and sake.
Country Kitchen
Country Kitchen
For an exquisite taste of Beijing, the One Michelin Star Country Kitchen presents an array of Northern Chinese specialties. With an open show kitchen and a wood-roasting oven, chefs demonstrate their culinary art with dishes such as hand-pulled Chinese noodles, Beijing duck and a variety of dumplings. 
The House of Dynasties
The House of Dynasties
The House of Dynasties in Beijing presents an authentic Cantonese dim sum lunch and exquisite Cantonese cuisine.
MEI
MEI
MEI, a vibrant venue for cocktails and tapas, is a sophisticated scene in Beijing. The bar showcases a large whiskey, wine and cocktail selection served by an award-winning mixologist and features an outdoor lounge that is a haven for young socialites. 
Sense, A Rosewood Spa
Sense, A Rosewood Spa
Immerse yourself in a sense of serenity, a sense of calm and experience a sense of Beijing. Our exclusive wellbeing experiences blend science, nature and beauty, to harmonize the body and the mind with lasting impressions of serenity and radiance.
Fitness Studio
Fitness Studio
Ensuring that both holidaymakers and business travelers can keep up with their workout regime, a premier fitness studio is available
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
A haven of calm amidst the hustle and bustle of Beijing, this is a pool that is as grand as it is soothing, as ambitiously built as it is intimately relaxing.
Yoga Studio
Yoga Studio
Dedicated to the wellness of the body, the yoga studio at Rosewood Beijing allows guests to keep up with their practice even while away from home.

Rosewood Beijing

Located in the prestigious Chaoyang District, this elegant Beijing hotel delivers a unique blend of modern sophistication and comfort. Rosewood Beijing lies in the heart of Beijing’s Central Business District (directly across from the iconic CCTV Tower), surrounded by urban skyscrapers, high-end shopping and famous entertainment.

Jing Guang Centre, Hujialou, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China

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Vito Romeo
Vito Romeo
Managing Director

Born in Italy, Vito Romeo has more than 30 years’ hospitality experience, his passion for excellence and enthusiasm towards the luxury hospitality industry has resulted in a successful career spanning many different countries from Europe to Asia. He has held senior hospitality positions in multiple brands include Rosewood, Ritz-Carlton, Shangri-la, etc. Since 2017, he has been Managing Director at Rosewood Sanya, and was appointed Managing Director at Rosewood Beijing in April 2020. 

Forbidden City
Forbidden City

Forbidden City, also called the Palace Museum, is surely one of the top 10 places to visit in Beijing. It is the most complete and largest wooden structure complex in the world. Serving as the royal palace of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368 - 1911), it contains numerous exquisite antiquities and cultural relics. The Treasure Gallery and Clock and Watch Gallery are the most popular galleries.
Location: to the north of the Tiananmen Square in the city center; enter from the Tiananmen Tower

Badaling Great Wall
Badaling Great Wall
There is no doubt that the Great Wall of China should be the first must-see place in Beijing, especially the Badaling Great Wall, which is the most complete and essential section. Badaling is divided into south part and north part. The best location to enjoy a panorama of the great ancient fortifications is at the 8th watch tower in the north section, which is also the highest one among the 43 watch towers. Since it’s so popular among tourists, it may be crowded on holidays. Then Mutianyu Great Wall is also a good option.
Location: in Yanqing District, 70 km (43 mi) north and 1.5 hours’ bus ride from downtown Beijing

Image credit: Dolly442 at English Wikipedia
Lama Temple
Lama Temple

Lama Temple, also called Yonghe Palace, is the largest and best preserved lamaseryin Beijing. It once was the residence of Emperor Yongzheng (the third emperor of Qing dynasty). After his death, it was converted into lamasery in 1744 and so Yonghe Palace became the national center of Lama administration. Occupied an area of 66,400 sq. m., Lama Temple is comprised of torii, Grand Hall, Yongyou Hall, Falun Hall and Hall of Boundless Happiness. It is dotted with screen wall with carved murals and decorated archways. The interior pavement leads to the main halls. The evergreen pine and cypress add the peaceful and secluded atmosphere. The Yonghe Palace with the distinctive ethnic characteristics of Manchuria, Han, Mongolia and Tibet has the highest rank in China.

Image: Haluk Comertel

M WOODS
M WOODS

M WOODS is an independent, not-for-profit art museum founded in 2014. Across two museum sites, M WOODS 798, housed in a former munitions’ factory in Beijing’s 798 Art District, and the newly inaugurated M WOODS Hutong, inside the M WOODS Art Community, located in the city’s historic DongCheng district, present a year-round programme of exhibitions, performances, music, education, live events and talks. The museum’s emphasis is on presenting new and historical work by Chinese and international artists, often those who have rarely or never had a solo exhibition in a Beijing institution. M WOODS has presented the first institutional solo exhibitions in Beijing by artists such as Yinka Shonibare CBE, David Hockney, Richard Tuttle, amongst others, and collaborates with international museums such as Tate Modern, London, to present unique experiences and exhibitions for a local audience.

Today Art Museum
Today Art Museum

Today Art Museum is located in Chaoyang District in the heart of CBD, just off Baiziwan Road in the Pingguo Community. Today Art Museum was founded in 2002.The museum aims to promote Chinese contemporary art based on an internationalized vision and a contemporary ideology. As the first non-for-profit, non-governmental art museum in China, TAM is dedicated to explore an appropriate development strategy for museums of its kind within a Chinese context. Through the construction of a larger institutional framework and by carrying on relevant academic practices, TAM hopes to solidify its standing in the history of art and offer a multi-tiered approach to China’s burgeoning art scene. TAM also promotes international dialogue through exhibitions and events that provide structure for meaningful cultural exchange between Chinese and non-Chinese artists and organizations.