Grand Hyatt Beijing




Curving as if it is ready to hug you, this is the famous Grand Hyatt Beijing that is among the most preferred stay options in the city. Why? Well, the entire credit goes to its indomitable central location in the Dong Cheng district from where its guests can easily walk up to the famous attractions such as the Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City, and Wangfujing shopping hub. Belonging to the Oriental Plaza commercial complex, Hotel Grand Hyatt Beijing is not only for those who want to enjoy a luxurious stay or a business event, but also for those who want shop a lot from the nearby tea houses, traditional silk shops, and department stores.

This 5-star asset mixes well with the Oriental as well as Western traditions that engulf the modern architecture, rich elegance, and excellent service standards. Its giant complex seems to converge the award-winning restaurants, cheap eateries, a fashionable shopping mall, luxurious rooms as well as suites with a majority in floor-to-ceiling windows, a cinema screening English films, Olympic-size pool, statues, waterfalls, lush vegetation, teak chairs and tables, sate-of-the-art gym, and a virtual sky ceiling showing varied weather patterns.

Rooms

Adorned with the cherry-wood furnishings, the 825 rooms at the Grand Hyatt Beijing are famous for its views of the city or the courtyard. In each of them, the amenities include high-speed Internet access, premium television channel(s), AC, voice mail, climate control, direct-dial phone, hypo-allergenic bedding, luxury linens, down duvets, complimentary newspaper, curtains, multi-line phone, Internet access (surcharge), mini bar, coffee/tea maker, complimentary bottled water, refrigerator, wake-up calls, daily housekeeping, turndown service, bathroom phone, bathrobes, complimentary toiletries, hair dryer, mirror, sewing kit, slippers, bathroom scale, desk, handheld showerhead, separate bathtub and shower, in-room childcare (surcharge), clock radio, electronic/magnetic keys, iron/ironing board (on request), welcome amenities, opening window, in-room safe (accommodates laptop), cribs, rollaway beds, and satellite television service.

Amenities

• Secretarial services  • Shoe shine  • Security guard  • Parking (secure)  • Parking garage  • Self parking  • Medical aid  • Multilingual staff  • Porter/bellhop  • Restaurant(s) in hotel • Multiple small meeting rooms  • Safe-deposit box – front desk  • Room service (24  hours)  • Babysitting or child care  • Ballroom(s)  • Lounge  • Elevator/lift  • Express check-in and check-out  • Event catering  • Exhibit space  • Gift shops or newsstand  • 24-hour front desk  • Tour assistance  • Translation services  • Technology helpdesk  • Shopping on site  • Air-conditioned public areas  • Banquet facilities  • Business center  • Business services  • Coffee shop or café  • Concierge desk  • Computer rental  • Complimentary newspapers in lobby  • Dry cleaning/laundry service  • Currency exchange  • Doorman/doorwoman  • Audio-visual equipment  • Cell phone/mobile rental  • Internet access in public areas – high speed  • Multiple conference/meeting rooms  • Internet access in public areas – surcharge  • Internet access – wireless  • Airport transportation (surcharge)  • Limo or Town Car service available

Recreation

• Health club  • Swimming pool – indoor  • Steam room  • Fitness facilities  • Spa tub  • Spa treatments such as traditional Chinese reflexology, shiatsu, aromatherapy, and Thai massages in the Club Oasis Spa  • Sauna  • Beauty services  • Salon  • Massage – spa treatment room(s)  • Aerobics  • Yoga classes/instruction  • Bicycle rentals nearby  • Golfing nearby  • Basketball nearby  • Playground nearby  • Tennis nearby  • Ice skating nearby  • Running track/path nearby

Restaurants

At the Grand Hyatt Beijing, there are award-winning restaurants: Noble Court and Made in China. At the former restaurant, you savor the Cantonese as well as Southern Chinese meals in a chic setting. Open for only afternoon as well as night meals, this one specializes in Dim sum dishes at lunch. It also offers the weekend brunch. On the other hand, Made in China is an expert in serving the Northern Chinese delicacies and features desserts and exhibition kitchen. Even this offers only lunch and dinner.

The all-day dining restaurant called the Grand Café offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily in the buffet style. Offering some great local as well as International dishes, this one also features the Da Giorno Italian restaurant and exhibition kitchen.

At the modern restaurant called the Redmoon, you can enjoy lunch, dinner, and live entertainment.

Rates

From $194 per night.

Address

No. 1 Chang An Avenue,

Dongcheng District,

Beijing,

China.

Awards
  • By the CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER, one of the top 50 hotels of Asia
  • By a newspaper, the Best business hotel in the city
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