Beijing Hotels



The Regent (Běijīng Lìjīng jiǔdiàn)

At a Glance


  • convenient location
  • close to the subway
  • spacious rooms


  • unimpressive breakfast
  • occasional blemishes in some rooms
  • check-in can be slow

The Regent (Běijīng Lìjīng jiǔdiàn) Review

Some of the most suavely elegant guest rooms in the city, an excellent location—a block from the Wangfujing shopping district—and an imposing, soaring glass-walled lobby are just some reasons why the Regent is a top choice for the rich and famous (and those getting there). Decor is impeccable in taste: dark teak woods, beautifully carved furniture, couture bedspreads, sleek daybeds, artist-designed rugs, and mahogany-encased walls make many guest rooms worthy of the pages of Architectural Digest. But nothing can compare with the fabulous views out those floor-to-ceiling windows: Witnessing the twilight hour here, with Beijing lighting up for the night, can be a sublime experience. Traveling executives will appreciate the large desks and wireless Internet connection. The hotel has good restaurants: Li Jing Xuan, which offers excellent Cantonese dishes; Daccapo, which serves contemporary Italian; plus Grill Bar, known for its thick and juicy steaks.

    Hotel Details

  • 500 rooms, 25 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 04-23-2013

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