Beijing Hotels



Peninsula Beijing (Wángfǔ Bàndǎo jiǔdiàn)


At a Glance


  • close to sightseeing, restaurants, and shopping
  • rooms are impeccable
  • near the Forbidden City


  • lobby is squeezed by the surrounding luxury shopping mall
  • hectic atmosphere
  • rooms could be bigger

Peninsula Beijing (Wángfǔ Bàndǎo jiǔdiàn) Review

Guests at the Peninsula Beijing enjoy an impressive combination of modern facilities and traditional luxury—guest rooms are a little small for this sort of hotel, but are superlatively well-appointed, with teak and rosewood flooring, colorful rugs, and high-tech touches like custom bedside control panels that let you adjust lighting, temperature, and the flat-screen TVs; the service is excellent, as is the spa. Food fanatics, take note: one on-site restaurant, Jing, serves delicious East-meets-West fusion food while Huang Ting, a second restaurant, provides a rustic setting for some of Beijing's tastiest dim sum. Work off the meals in the fully equipped gym or swimming pool—or take the 10-minute walk to the Forbidden City.

    Hotel Details

  • 525 rooms, 59 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-21-2013

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