Grand Hyatt Beijing

Posted On April 19, 2011 

With the rank in the list of top 50 Asian hotels by the CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER as well as the honor of being the capital’s best business hotel by a newspaper, the Grand Hyatt Beijing has to be a 5-star property with an eclectic mix of delights for all ages. Embracing you from the very moment you step in, the luxury hotel takes you on a tour of its Oriental and Western traditions, contemporary architecture, world-class service, and rich elegance all ensured to accompany you for all 24 hours.

At this colossal complex, you can expect all kinds of leisure facilities as well as services such as affordable cafes, award-winning restaurants, opulent rooms and suites, trendy shopping mall, vista-facilitating floor-to-ceiling windows, a virtual sky ceiling reflecting the trends in the weather, lush foliage, state-of-the-art gym, teak chairs as well as tables, Olympic-sized pool, waterfalls, and a cinema for watching English films.

Most of the travelers to the China’s capital choose the Grand Hyatt Beijing for their stay not only for its great amenities, but also for its great location. This one is in the unconquerable area of the Dong Cheng region from where you can stroll up to the popular highlights like the Wangfujing shopping hub, Forbidden city, Tiananmen Square, tea houses, department stores, and traditional silk shops. This part of the Oriental Plaza commercial complex is actually also apt for the business events.


At the China’s Hyatt, there are 825 rooms soaked in cherry-wood furnishings as well as the vistas of the courtyard or the city. Irrespective of which you choose, the common amenities that you can expect are premium television channel(s), climate control, AC, high-speed Internet, curtains, clock radio, desk, direct-dial phone, voice mail, luxury linens, down duvets, hypo-allergenic bedding, complimentary newspaper, mini bar, Internet access (surcharge), refrigerator, multi-line phone, coffee/tea maker, turndown service, daily housekeeping, wake-up calls, bathroom phone, complimentary bottled water, bathrobes, mirror, slippers, complimentary toiletries, sewing kit, handheld showerhead, bathroom scale, hair dryer, separate bathtub and shower, opening window, electronic/magnetic keys, in-room childcare (surcharge), welcome amenities, iron/ironing board (on request), safe (accommodates laptop), satellite television service, crib, and rollaway beds.


• Shopping on site • Coffee shop • Secretarial services • Currency exchange • Concierge desk • Complimentary newspapers in lobby • Computer rental • Audio-visual equipment • Dry cleaning/laundry service • Doorman/doorwoman • Internet access in public areas – high speed • Cell phone/mobile rental • Multiple conference/meeting rooms

• Airport transportation (surcharge) • Internet access in public areas – surcharge • Limo or Town Car service • Shoe shine • Internet access – wireless • Parking (secure) • Self parking • Medical aid • Parking garage • Multilingual staff • Restaurant(s) in hotel • Ballrooms • Multiple small meeting rooms • Porter • Safe-deposit box – front desk • Lounge • Room service (24 hours) • Elevator/lift • Babysitting or child care • Exhibit space • Air-conditioned public areas • Event catering • Express check-in and check-out • 24-hour front desk • Gift shops or newsstand • Translation services • Business services • Banquet facilities • Technology helpdesk • Tour assistance • Business center


• Steam room • Thai massages • Sauna • Salon • Club Oasis Spa • Treatments like aromatherapy, the shiatsu, traditional Chinese reflexology • Massage – spa treatment room(s) • Beauty services • Aerobics • Yoga classes/instruction

• Swimming pool – indoor • Spa tub • Health club • Fitness facilities • Bicycle rentals nearby • Basketball nearby • Ice skating nearby • Golfing nearby • Tennis nearby • Running track/path nearby • Playground nearby


To offer the award-winning restaurants is the pride of the Grand Hyatt Beijing. At the Noble Court, the guests enjoy the Southern Chinese as well as the Cantonese cuisine in modish environs. Offering only lunch as well as dinner, this restaurant also is an expert in offering Dim sum items in the afternoon as well as the weekend brunch. The second option for you is Made in China that features Northern Chinese cuisine, exhibition kitchen, and desserts for lunch as well as dinner.

There are still more options for you: The Grand Café that comprehensively serves all the three meals in the buffet style daily; the Da Giorno as an Italian eatery featuring local and International cuisines along with the exhibition kitchen; and the Redmoon for savoring afternoon as well as night meals amidst live entertainment.


No. 1 Chang An Avenue, Dong Cheng District, Beijing.


From $194 per night.

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