Early-morning tai chi against a backdrop of fragrant lotus blossom, a cool Buddhist temple on a scorching afternoon, Mao memorabilia on a street market as the sun goes down. For so long shrouded in isolation and mystery, the powerhouse of the Dragon Economy glories in its new economic supremacy, while clinging to the traditions of its immortal forefathers.

Located just a heartbeat away from the legendary ‘Forbidden City’ of the Ming and Qing dynasties, Regent Beijing invites travellers to lift the veil on 3,000 years of human history from the sanctuary of one of the world’s finest hotels. 


Situated in the heart of China’s dynamic metropol is, Regent Beijing elegantly interweaves contemporary luxury with the charm of historic China. Luxurious accommodations, the ultimate in modern comforts, state of the art facilities, gracious hospitality and intuitive service seamlessly come together to create an inspired experience that is distinctly Regent Beijing.



Regent Beijing continues to be lauded for its exceptional service and elegantly appointed rooms. Regent Beijing was included in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2012 Gold List, named one of the “Top 25 China Mainland Hotels" at the 2011 Trip Advisor Travellers' Choice Awards and"One of World's Best Hotels" by Expedia Insiders' Select 2011.


Hotel Features:

  • 500 luxurious guestrooms and suites including two elegantly appointed Presidential suites, and 100 Ultra large Executive rooms and Executive Suites.
  • The three-floor Regent Club Lounge with floor to ceiling glass windows offering a panoramic view of the Forbidden City
  • More than 15,000 square feet(1400sqm)of meeting and event space with state-of-the-art technology
  • Serenity Spa, featuring 13 private rooms and a menu of massages and holistic treatments.
  • Health Club and Fitness centre with a 25 metre indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi and the latest in exercise equipment


  • Daccapo, a new authentically Italian restaurant with the finest selection of Italian wines to compliment this intimate and contemporary restaurant
  • Li Jing Xuan, traditional Cantonese restaurant offering an inspired menu
  • Café 99, all-day dining restaurant with a wide range of a la carte and buffet selections of Western and Asian favourites.
  • The Crescent Lounge, a spacious and comfortable space for high tea and cocktails
  • Opening November 1st, Morton’s the Steakhouse, the first of this famous brand to open in Beijing

Guest Room


  • Plush bathrobes
  • 24-hour in-room dining
  • Signature Regent linens
  • Marble bathroom with a glass wall with privacy blinds that looks out to the bedroom, a bath tub and separate shower and toilet
  • Complimentary shoe shine service on request
  • Computer and fax connections
  • Free Wi-Fi internet in all guest rooms and public areas
  • Lighted fogless mirror
  • Flat screen television and DVD player
  • Complimentary limited mini bar per stay
  • Daily Laundry and Valet service
  • Complimentary morning newspaper

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