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"A luxury hotel that is luxurious. Great room, great location, great views and great service."
Located on the western edge of the CBD of beijing, the hotel is convenient, luxurious and beautiful with a wonderful staff. The only drawback: the restaurant on the lobby level is pricey and lacks any atmosphere (though the views are great). The hotel is in a mixed use structure with very high-end retail and a number of restaurants in the basement, some offices, a residential component and then the top floors with the hotel. There are four elevators dedicated to the hotel use (though they can stop at 2 or 3 retail floors on the way up)....so getting up to the lobby is not an issue. In the ground level entrance there are bell people and a travel desk able to get a taxi or give you directions. The lobby is, I believe, on the 68th & nearly the highest floor....so you have to get used to taking the elevator down to the rooms, the gym and the spa.....not a big issue. The floor above has a very high-end restaurant and a large bar/restaurant. The rooms are quite large with a comfortable seating in addition to a king sized bed. The bathroom has the Japanese style toilets that do everything but make coffee. The amenities are first-rate and everything is in prime condition....the entire hotel looked as if it had opened a few days ago. As the hotel tower is the tallest in the area and set back from other buildings, the views are tremendous in all directions. The hotel is very well located....especially if you take the time to navigate the subway (located in the subbasement). 4, or so, stops to the east and you are at the Forbidden City. 1 stop west and you are at a multilevel, very high end mall with at least one floor of restaurants. Yes, cabs are relatively inexpensive, but the traffic is terrible so if you want to spend your time seeing things other than cars & buses, the convenient subway access is huge plus. Particularly outstanding was the concierge desk. They helped with directions, with securing reservations, with checking on flights....etc.. Very, very professional and nice. The staff at the informal restaurant off the lobby was also of note.....very professional & willing to be of assistance. I was really impressed when I arrived at 8:30 in the morning that they had a room available and made no fuss about making it available that early in the day (on the back-end, I checked out at 5:00 in the morning.....again, with no problem). Over the past years, my wife had been to this hotel a number of times on business and has always spoken highly of it as being one of her favorite hotels in Asia (and elsewhere, as well). Now I understand. While all the rooms and views are very good, I would ask for the rooms facing toward the Forbidden Palace as you can see many of the iconic, architectural statement buildings.
"Great views...on a clear day"
Classy modern hotel. Fantastic views from the room. You can even see Forbidden City on a clear day. Staff speaks English. Our room was huge & has a fully open bathroom concept. Generally fine for me and my husband but kinda weird if you're sharing with friends/colleagues. The light switches are a bit confusing to figure out. Train station, convenience stores, Starbucks, restaurants, etc just downstairs.
"Park Hyatt Beijing - It doesn't get any better"
If you want a fabulous room, spectacular view, amazing food and incredible service, the Park Hyatt Beijing is for you. I couldn't find a single thing I didn't love about this property. If it wasn't for the fact that I have to travel almost 24 hours to get to Beijing, I'd do monthly stay-cations here. Try it, you won't be disappointed. Can't wait for my next visit.
"Centrally located and modern"
We were fortunate to be staying in a suite which was very nice. The view was not perceptible given the constant fog in Beijing. The architect for this hotel has also designed the Grand Hyatt Tokyo and Hyatt on the Bund at Shanghai and I love his style. The standout feature of the room was the bathtub made in marble that can seat a family of four. I felt rather guilty wasting so much water. The breakfast in the hotel is excellent with quality over riding quantity. The bar on the top floor is also a local attraction. The hotel is a walking distance ( if one can cross those crazy roads with speeding traffic) from the Silk Market. There are a few eateries around the hotel.
"An outstanding experience in a foreign land"
This was my first experience with any Park Hyatt property and it certainly left a glorious impression. It was December 2012 and I was traveling on business--Beijing was the first stop of three in Asia. The amenities offered at the Park Hyatt Beijing are wonderful, the food is fantastic, and the staff members are ultra-kind, well focused on your comfort and happiness.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM