Beijing Hotels


Four Seasons Hotel Beijing (Běijīng Sìjì jiǔdiàn)

At a Glance


  • some of the best service in the city
  • elegant rooms
  • impeccable attention to detail


  • extraordinarily expensive
  • not particularly close to key tourist hubs
  • lobby feels a little cramped

Four Seasons Hotel Beijing (Běijīng Sìjì jiǔdiàn) Review

When it comes to hospitality it's fair to say that the Four Seasons has become synonymous with service of a level that still somehow manages to exceed expectations. The Beijing edition of this world-famous luxury hotel group has been a long time coming, but, having finally opened at the end of 2012, certainly doesn't disappoint. Rooms exude a sense of prestige thanks to their lush furnishings, the see-and-be-seen Italian and Chinese dining rooms could be destinations in their own right, and the serene internal tea garden matches the tranquil bliss of the spa that surrounds it. This sort of quality comes at quite the cost, of course, but then that's another thing the Four Seasons has developed a reputation for. Still, if you're cash-rich and enjoy the finer things in life, you'll feel right at home here—if your home is packed with great facilities and superlative staff, that is.

    Hotel Details

  • 247 rooms, 66 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
Updated: 04-23-2013

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