JW Marriott Hotel Beijing is located in Beijing, close to Yintai Centre, China World Trade Center, and Silk Street Market. Nearby points of interest also include Ritan Park and Dong Yue Miao.
Dining options at JW Marriott Hotel Beijing include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available. Recreational amenities include an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a fitness facility. Spa amenities include beauty services and a hair salon. This 5-star property has a business center and offers audio-visual equipment. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available in public areas. ;Translation services and tour assistance are available. Guest parking is available for a surcharge. Additional property amenities include a concierge desk, multilingual staff, and gift shops/newsstands.
Beds come with premium bedding. Coffee/tea makers and minibars are offered. Bathrooms feature hair dryers. Guestrooms offer free local calls and voice mail. Televisions have DVD players. Air-conditioned rooms also include desks and clock radios. Guests may request wake-up calls.
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Our room was ok perhaps a little small but clean and comfortable. The food is just amazing and the best part is the Spa we used it everyday. As per location is close enough and with a great restaurant in front of the hotel with the best Pekin Duck in town.
"Very God Business Hotel"
A very nicely appointed and modern hotel with friendly and helpful staff. A good executive lounge and business support facilities and good size rooms that are highly suitable to support work demands. While not central to the CBD, the hotel is located close enough to reasonably access business and diplomatic districts of Beijing.
"Getting the little things right"
I visited Beijing in March. I was there on business and this hotel was close to the office. When I arrived the check in process was quick. I used the fitness facility and it was clean, there were several different machines, free weights and a yoga area. The food was pricy but very good and safe to eat, with both American and other local types of food. The main restaurant and buffet area on the first floor was expensive but good. The steakhouse was great but again expensive if you are not traveling on business. The hotel was quite safe, there was security outside the hotel controlling who could enter the property. What I remember most however was that on the first day my colleague and I got a cab to the office. The gentleman at the door looked at the address and explained to the cab driver our destination. Each and everyday after that the person knew where we were going. He just simply confirmed with us that we were going to the same location. If I am in Beijing again I would stay at this hotel again no questions asked. I did not get a chance to explore the area around the hotel but it was about a 15-25 min ride (traffic dependent) to the Forbidden City and about 1-1.5 hours to The Great Wall.
"Hotel with some nice features, odd problems"
JW Marriott (on Jian Guo Road) appears to be quite regal and marble-y when you first walk in. The staff is obviously highly focused on your well being and attempts to help you in any request. The room I had with a "garden" view (ie: not facing the power plant) was quite comfortable, and had power converters in multiple places in the room including next to the bed - BEST AMENITY! The pool was pretty sizeable, and adequate for lap swimming, but I almost killed myself as I entered the pool from the women's locker room for the first time. There was a poorly designed walkway that was a shallow moat filled with water, and covered with wooden slats only on one side. I entered the pool and was looking at the pool (not down at my feet) and tripped INTO the shallow water-filled moat. I could have really injured myself by twisting my ankle, or bumping my head. Luckily, I was ok (just a bruised ego and a good story for the guy who was reading a magazine by the pool and witnessed by crashing splashing entrance) this is a TERRIBLE design. THE HOTEL SHOULD CHANGE THIS!!! IT IS DOWNRIGHT DANGEROUS!!! The pool was a refreshing point to the hotel, just beware the hazardous entryway from the lockerooms. The breakfast buffet was really nicely laid out with cuisines ranging from Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern, and Western. The egg station was well run, and the fruit selection was quite nice. There were multiple types of infused waters, and the cucumber/mint was my favorite. Coffee was plentiful but weak (I bring my own Starbucks VIA packets to help out hotel coffee...) and the service was fine. Room service was expensive, and challenging. There were up to six calls for clarification on my orders. I found that the hotel staff seemed to have scripts they understood, and if you went off of these typical conversational pathways ("I need a taxi" or "I would like to make a restaurant reservation") to non-typical requests or questions ("Where would I go to see folk art'" or "How do I enter the subway station nearby'" ) there is alot of confusion and misunderstanding. The staff is earnest and wants to help, but the level of English spoken is fairly basic overall. There is also a very odd smell in the hallways and connecting corridors, that made me feel kind of claustrophobic. The powerplant exhaust stack behind the hotel is also troubling. Not that the air is breathable ANYWHERE in Beijing, but to be right next to something that seems to be emitting exhaust just didn't relax me. Wifi is adequate, and my computer auto-connected to the JW Marriott server once set up - but it's no joke. You can't get most social media sites in China (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and definitely nothing Google at all). If you are into over-priced, Western stores in huge malls that seem ridiculous and are filled with things you can get anywhere in the world, you'll be happy to note this hotel is surrounded by these such malls. Sure - pay $500 for a Prada bag...in Beijing. WHAT' No thank you. If you need to pick up any items or snacks, there is a grocery store in the basement of China Place Mall (to the right of the main entrance, just past the Ritz). One final note - this hotel was VERY quiet. I had room 1532, and it was a comfortable room. Overall a pretty good business hotel with some oddities, and BEWARE the pool entrance from HELL!
"5 star hotel with 5 star prices in the restaurant"
While the room rates are very reasonable (USD 130/night), especially for the level of fit-and-finish in the room and the hotel in general, the prices for food and drinks in the lobby restaurant and bar can make up for it. USD40 for a buffet breakfast, USD10 for a Carlsberg beer and USD20 for a mixed cocktail in the bar. Local restaurants are a much better option unless you have a liberal expense account. If you are looking to go "downtown" to the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square or other places, the hotel is a short walk from the metro station and it is a quick six-stop ride to TIananmen. It was somewhat surprising in a hotel of this caliber to have prostitutes propositioning me in the evenings on the way back to my room. They are very nice, well-turned out and quite discreet, but a bit of a shock.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM