Grand Millennium Beijing5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My wife and I stayed for 5 nights while visiting relatives in Beijing it was chosen because of its location especially as it is next door to a metro station. The rooms are excluded being exceptionally large with comfortable bed and extra large bathroom. The rest of the hotel is a let down. Starting with the e Cathedral like entrance foyer and ponderous check in. As with many hotels in China there is limited seating in the foyer and the upholstery on the ones that are there has collapsed and they should be exchanged for proper seating The breakfast was very so so, reasonable choice of western food but the Chinese breakfast choice and quality was poor - my wife likes noodles for breakfast but they wouldn't prepare them containing meat. The service was poor with staff concentrating on clearing the tables rather than providing a service. When the staff cleared the tables they swept the debris onto the floor and left it there. This means that debris from the restaurant is carried on people's shoes around the hotel which means it's not very clean. There is no atmosphere in the hotel- the bar and restaurant don't seem to do much trade because they are expensive and there are plenty of alternatives nearby. Good for location and room size but not much else. Definitely not 5 star
I lived in Beijing for 7 years, 6 literally across the street from the Millennium. Love the neighborhood from a personal experience standpoint and also recommend it for people visiting, particularly the one doing business or have friends nearby. The hotel in itself is very well built, good design and construction. Definitely nothing to envy from the hardware point of view. HOWEVER, from all the times I've stayed (perhaps 5-6 times) 3-4 night stays in the past year, I have yet to feel like it is a five star hotel as intended. Service is really not up to par, from reception, to restaurant to staff in general. People are nice of course, but there is clearly no proper training and no manager attending to any of the little details that make a 5 star hotel. Bottom line, if price and value is what you're going for, this is your place. I just personally don't expect much from this hotel anymore and anticipate at least 30 minutes for check in, another 30 for check out, and expect literally zero attention from concierge or restaurant servers during breakfast.
Gd location and close to a shopping mall. Check in is fast and rooms are pretty well Maintained. Executive club lounge wasn’t too well kept though. Bad stench in toilet and lounge. Overall good. Would recommend
I have stayed here many times over the years. The hotel's location is excellent within the CBD, walking distance to China World, CCTV Tower, The Place and even to Sanlitun. The rooms are very large and comfortable and have all amenities one can require, huge bathrooms, showers and proper bathtowels (this makes hotels stand out in my opinion). I had the chance to meet the General Manager, Mr Jan, who is a delightful German gentleman who really holds the reigns on the hotel and seems to know absolutely everything that is going on at any one time in his hotel! A short time ago, a new Executive Chef was brought in. Mr. Simone is an italian chef with a wealth of experience, very hands on and he has been transforming the food offerings significantly over a short period of time that he has been there (the offerings were quite dull before). Guests can ask for anything, even if not on the menu. He will happily prepare it. Thumbs up! Something that really stands out is that he has introduced high quality a la carte dining in the club lounge during happy hour in the late afternoon/early evening, besides the traditional buffet arrangements. Absolute top quality and varied appetizers, main courses and desserts. This a la carte option is revolutionary and I recommend booking this hotel with the club lounge access. The additional room price is only small in comparison to the benefits in F&B it will make up for! Highly recommended! Slight negative: the level of English of some of the staff...however, this is to be expected in China.
Grand Millenium is a luxury hotel located in the CBD of JinTaiXiJiao metro station. The hotel staff check in where fast and efficient. Staff English is generally good at lobby but tend to decline with service staff and doormen etc... but this is china so it’s normal. I’ve stayed here twice and both times have been happy with the stay. Always upgraded with beautiful views of CCTV and rooms are huge! Breakfast is decent as well, western and Asian food. There’s a pool apparently but never got to see it due to short stay. Very close to local amenities, shopping centre and metro station!
Chose this hotel based on location, price and reviews. Checking was ok no one seems to understand English it’s yes or no . Check in took 15 mins, the rooms are fantastic WiFi is good. Food is over priced I would say breakfast is around 45 usd plus taxes. Choice of restaurants is ok mostly empty at peak times I think due to price I’m thinking. After 6 pm the hotel is busy with delivery guys make Int food deliveries I guess that shows that the restaurants are over priced. Almost a delivery every 5-10 mins. My issue with this place being the capitol and all people hardly speak English, maybe it’s just me but that’s not a good thing. Rooms and bathrooms are awesome very comfortable beds and pillows. These is a atm also on site. I would suggest this hotel for stay while in Beijing not much to do nearby, but the close y subway can help u enjoy the area a bit more Since the taxis blackmail you into overcharging 200-300 percent. Paid 100 rmb for a trip that usually takes 35 this is due to heavy traffic of visitors at the famous tourist sites. Enjoy
We stayed here for 9 nights and our room was fantastic very spacious deluxe room. Room service was very good and twice a day if you required plenty of free bottled water. Breakfasts were a great choice and anything you wanted would be catered for. Havana bar food too was very good and live musuc a couple of nights a week. The best thing ifvall is that the staff are on the ball and very lovely people.
Room was clean, beds on the small size but comfortable. Bathroom was spacious, even by western standards. Overall the service levels were excellent, and the fixtures and furniture, although dated, were very nice. I would recommend this for a business trip to the CBD, and would even suggest you try the breakfast buffet. The fitness center is unreal, bring your swimsuit, a swim cap (required) and goggles for some laps. Finally, brush up on your Mandarin - only the front desk staff speak English.
A sound choice for a business visit, within the CBD district. Large rooms and all the amenities, but nothing has a “wow” factor. Staff tend to be unsmiling and distracted, no welcome. Large pool and fitness facility. Wifi is excellent. Breakfast a disappointment; variety lacking, taste ordinary. Slept well.
We were two families sharing 4 rooms and at the hotel for four nights. The rooms were well appointed with generous showers, space to store our luggage and hang up our clothes and a bath with a marvellous view and comfortable beds. We enjoyed the wide variety on offer at the breakfast buffet and on the whole the food was fresh and tasty and set us up well for the day. The location is excellent as we were less than five minutes from the subway and the hotel opened onto a shopping mall which included a small supermarket, food court and a pharmacy as well as ATMs. A highlight for our teen children was the magnificent 25 m pool and well equipped gymnasium which they made good use of. The pool was lovely - a good depth and good for lane swimming although it does not have any markings for the lanes so be prepared for that. Would happily stay here again. If you like a view ask for a room up high - we had great city views from where we were on the 21 st floor.
- Walking distance to CCTV Headquarters
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Beijing Central Business District, Grand Millennium Beijing is a leisurely stroll from sights such as CCTV Headquarters and Chaoyang Theater. This 5-star hotel has 521 guestrooms and offers a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and free self parking. It's also close to Wangfujing Street and Hongqiao Market.
Enjoy dining at CBD Restaurant, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. Start each morning with breakfast, served for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
Grand Millennium Beijing's 521 rooms are air-conditioned and provide minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect free wired Internet and LCD TVs with satellite channels and pay movies. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Free bottled water, safes, and phones are also standard.
Grand Millennium Beijing features a full-service spa, a nightclub, and an indoor pool. You can take advantage of free parking, along with limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a fitness center, a spa tub, and a sauna.
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88.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1430 reviews