Rosewood Beijing

Location: Beijing & Northern China | China

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

The Rosewood is a sanctuary of peace and comfort in the heart of one of the world’s most exciting cities: Beijing. The hotel combines a fantastic location with a world-class hotel experience, including five international restaurants, sleek, luxurious accommodation and personalised spa treatments. It sits in the glitzy neighbourhood of Chaoyang, which is famed for its shops and bars.
Perfect forAn ultra-luxurious stay in the heart of Beijing
In the knowThe hotel sits directly opposite the distinctive headquarters of China Central Television, an iconic feature of the Beijing skyline

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  • City Hotel
  • Luxury Hotel
  • Chic Design
  • Spa & Wellness

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Rosewood Beijing sits in the upmarket Chaoyang District, where grand embassies sit side-by-side with glittering shopping malls. You’re in the heart of the city here, with the bustling bars of Sanlitun and the shops of Silk Street on your doorstep.

Rooms at Rosewood Beijing

The rooms and suites are luxurious and full of character, with floor-to-ceiling windows that make the most of the panoramic views over the city’s skyline and the CCTV Tower. Some have private balconies where you can enjoy breakfast overlooking Beijing.

They have an elegant dark colour scheme incorporating – in keeping with the hotel’s name – a great deal of rich dark wood, with beautiful woodcut prints decorating the walls. The interiors combine traditional style with modern luxuries, including state-of-the-art entertainment systems and marble bathrooms with bespoke Rosewood amenities and built-in TVs in the mirrors.

Food & Drink

With no fewer than five restaurants to choose from, there’s no danger of going hungry at Rosewood Beijing. For a taste of the local cuisine, Country Kitchen serves Beijing and northern Chinese specialities in a cosy, rustic environment, while Red Bowl specialises in traditional hot pot dishes. French cuisine is on offer at Bistrot B, while Cantonese dim sum is served at the House of Dynasties. Finally, the stylish MEI is the place to go for tapas, accompanied by an extensive cocktail menu.


The Sense Spa offers an extensive menu of rejuvenating wellness treatments, with an emphasis on personalising each guest’s experience. There are even massages specially designed for pregnant women, and scrubs and products specifically designed for male guests. The hotel is also home to a state-of-the-art fitness centre, a yoga studio and a beautiful pool.

Activities at Rosewood Beijing

Rosewood’s ‘A Sense of Taste’ programme comprises a range of culinary experiences, from tea tasting at a Taoist temple to a visit to tofu producers in Liugou Village.

Other historic highlights of Beijing include the enigmatic Forbidden City, which sits on one side of the vast, iconic and notorious Tiananmen Square, where you can see collections of artwork from the Ming and Qing dynasties. Modern Beijing, meanwhile, is a hub for culture and the arts. Don’t miss the opportunity to catch Peking Opera at the Changan Grand Theatre, or check out some contemporary art at the National Art Museum.

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Hotel location

The Rosewood is just half an hour’s drive from Beijing Capital International Airport.

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