With a fabulous central Beijing location close to the Forbidden City, The Peninsula Beijing is the place to stay. It has contemporary guest rooms, fantastic facilities, luxury surrounds and exemplary Peninsula service.
At a Glance
Central location next to Wangfujing Street
Huang Ting offers one of the best Chinese fine dining experiences in the country
Impeccable service and attention to detail
Interconnecting rooms available for families
Luxury shopping mall located under the hotel
The Duplex Suite is the room to go for if you really want to treat yourself - light and airy with the best views of the city.Scott Dunn team
To start planning your vacation to Peninsula Beijing
Situated in the very heart of Beijing, between two main shopping areas and within easy walking distance of the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square, the Peninsula Beijing offers the perfect combination of both traditional and modern comfort. The Peninsula ranks among the best as a member of the leading hotels of the world.
The Peninsula Beijing's guest rooms have a contemporary edge with huge plasma screens and even have a TV to be enjoyed whilst in the bath! All mod cons have been included in the luxurious and comfortable rooms and suites and for those wanting a more intimate experience, access to the hotel's three Club floors allow the added luxury of private check-ins, peaceful buffet breakfasts, afternoon teas and evening cocktails in a more intimate, boutique hotel style atmosphere.
The service at Beijing's Peninsula is phenomenal from the moment the doorman welcomes you into the lobby. There is also an exclusive shopping arcade ready to be explored on the lower levels of the hotel as well as an indoor pool, state of the art gym and fantastic spa for relaxing after (or instead of) a day's sightseeing. The indulgent treatments conclude with relaxation time in the Asian tea lounge and are so much more than just a standard treatment - allow at least an hour in the spa to relax and enjoy it before your treatment even begins!
All of the hotel's 230 suite-style rooms are designed with comfort in mind, from the large marble bathrooms to sumptuous comfortable furnishings and have the very latest technology at your fingertips. Rooms range in size and amenities and include 61 suites. The collection of loft-style accommodation which incorporates the Duplex rooms.
Children are welcome and the spacious rooms are equipped with MP3/4 connectivity for entertainment purposes and there is a large DVD library available. There is a children's menu at Jing and children's room service. The Peninsula Kids Academy runs cultural and cooking activities such as kite making and traditional candied apple making (for children over 6). Babysitting can be provided.
The Peninsula Beijing's two restaurants, Huang Ting and Jing, cover a full spectrum of Cantonese, Asian and Western cuisine. The lobby lounge serves fantastic cocktails and the hotel's in-room dining experiences are 5 star. The hotel has a 20 meter indoor swimming pool, indulgent ESPA spa with 12 treatment rooms, ice fountain and crystal steam rooms among others and a fully equipped gym with personal trainers on hand.
The Peninsula Beijing have the 'Peninsula Academy' program available to all guests as a way to learn more about aspects of Chinese culture and traditions such as antiques, The Great Wall or even Chinese opera. Located in the city's famous Wangfujing shopping district, The Peninsula is perfectly positioned for those who want to explore the city's restaurants and shops independently and it is also walking distance from Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
Location & Directions
Peninsula Beijing is located on Goldfish Lane in Beijing's cultural district, adjacent to the Wangfujing shopping.
When to go
Beijing enjoys four distinctive seasons owning to its humid continental climate, ranging from very warm during the summer: 28ºC to 38ºC, to chilly and dry during the winter: -10ºC to 10ºC. Fall (September to early November) is the optimal season to visit Beijing as the weather is gorgeous and fewer tourists are in town. In winter, it’s glacial outside (dipping as low as -20°C) and the northern winds cut through the city. Arid spring is OK, apart from the awesome sand clouds that sweep in from Inner Mongolia and the static electricity that discharges everywhere. Spring also sees the snow like liuxù(willow catkins) wafting through the air and collecting in drifts. From May onwards the mercury can surge well over 30°C. Beijing simmers under a scorching sun in summer (reaching over 40°C), which also sees heavy rainstorms late in the season. Maybe surprisingly, this is also considered the peak season, when hotels typically raise their rates and the Great Wall nearly collapses under the weight of marching tourists. Air pollution can be intolerable in both summer and winter.