Park Hyatt Beijing5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Loved it. Very helpful staff on the desk. Sorted a Great Driver for a wintery trip to the Great Wall; helped me track down some specialist computer parts by calling a supplier on my behalf; and generally performing their roles like they really meant it without being phonily OTT. They also responded well to my irate partner who was mortified to find our room smelling of cigarette smoke one day when we came back from a trip. The front desk manager, a Miss Jane ( I think - I don't have her card with me at this moment), took enormous trouble to firstly find us another room, but also try to establish the cause. I believed her when she said there was absolutely no way a member of staff would smoke while on duty, and then she discovered it was another guest smoking heavily into their nearby room and blowing it in the aircon. Somehow this must have drifted through the system to our sensitive noses. While the smell was relatively slight, it was not what we wanted from this quality hotel. Happily Miss Jane found us an even better room but this is not why I praise her and the hotel. It could have just been a different room, but she bothered to source three separate options, took my partner around them all, and was happy to let her select one. All the staff at breakfast from the chef down, were terrific. Our stay was a joy. I could not recommend staying here highly enough if you are visiting Beijing.
As a frequent Business traveler to Beijing my choice of Hotel is the Park Hyatt. I find the Hotel so comfortable with Staff always making my stay enjoyable and help with my requests with a smile and never a bother to them.
For anyone who goes to Beijing and requires a worry-free stay, this is it! It deserves every penny you pay. You will be totally stunned by all of the exceptional offers, great food, great location, great service, great room!! What else can you ask for? It will create a perfect Beijing experience.
Hello This hotel is our choice in Beijing as it is comfortable and has great breakfast and great view. However, I had some issues that needs to be adressed. 1) My room was cold even the setting was at maximum it did not heat up. I complained next morning and it was fixed. But having comfortable temprature is not something to be fixed 2 day later, it is a basic item you expect when you are paying 2200 rmb per night 2) The scale was out of battery and I coul dnot use, is it important, for me yes. next day it was fixed 3) The TV remote control ran out of battery (I think as it was not working) 4) They gave me a room at 37th floor and promoted as an upgrade to newly furnished rooms. But reality was this room was not better than the ones I stayed before, and even worse. Overall, it is a great hotel with great size bed, room, amenities, view, breakfast, and service but above details are not matching with the HYATT name
The Park Hyatt is probably my favorite hotel brand, and this Park Hyatt property meets the lofty standards that brand has established. I booked through Amex' Fine Hotels & Resorts program, which provides a variety of benefits. Of import here, it provides late checkout, free breakfast, a room upgrade depending on availability, and, for the Park Hyatt Beijing, a 600¥ credit that can be used on almost anything. After spending two hours in customs lines at Beijing Capital, I took a cab into the hotel. Check-in was prompt and friendly. I had booked a standard king, but was upgraded to a deluxe room at check-in. As it turns out, the deluxe room is as big as many suites are in the States. The room is fantastic. The decor reminded me a lot of the Park Hyatt DC, with the room decorated in clean, geometric lines and light browns. The room had local flourishes, with a full tea set and Chinese paintings. The bath and shower were in the open, although they can be enclosed by pocket doors. The bath was a soaking bath, while the shower was quite large and had a rain head built into the ceiling. The toilet was a Japanese-style model with full heating and bidet capabilities. And again, the room was spacious and beautiful—quite beautiful, really. There was a lot of thought put into the rooms. I got to my hotel fairly late and was still a bit jetlagged, so I took a quick nap. The bed was wonderful. After my nap, I headed up to the China Bar. At this point, I should note that the Park Hyatt Beijing occupies the top floors of the Beijing Yintai Center, an 820ft/250m tall building. While the rooms are pretty high up and have great views, the China Bar and China Grill occupy the top three floors and command awesome views. It was about forty-five minutes to midnight on New Year's Eve (the Western version), so the bar was quite busy. As a solo traveler, I got a space soon enough. The bar has a great selection of various liqours. I was in a brandy mood, so I had a great glass of Armagnac and a very good class of Cognac. I hadn't eaten dinner, but was hungry, so ordered some tasty Xinjiang lamb skewers. There was also a jazz band, which was quite good. The views from the bar are lovely. The clientele was generally young and trendy. The only knock on the bar is that the service was pretty slow. The China Grill, on the top two floors, hosts breakfast. The massive breakfast spread is buffet style and features both Western and Asian specialities. I had a lovely noodle soup, which is freshly made. There's also a juice bar and a congee bar, among other specialities. Really, the selection is impressive. Perhaps more impressive is the view. The entire restaurant is covered by a glass pyramid—think eating under the Louvre pyramid. With the right atmospheric conditions, the views extend for miles. Forbidden Palace/Tiananmen Square? Easy. CCTV building? It's right below you. Really stellar, that view. I highly recommend the Park Hyatt Beijing. My stay was stellar, and I won't hesitate to book here the next time I'm in Beijing.
Hotel was very centrally located. Staff was extremely friendly and helpful in providing some excellent ideas on places to visit and sights to see. Food was outstanding. Could not ask for more from hotel and staff.
The hotel is beautiful, impeccably maintained and service levels were very good (shout out to Nadja and Edison who were both very helpful). The rooms and quality of food & views were fantastic. However, I found the lifts too claustrophobic (too dark, no lights) and i was uncomfortable travelling in them on a daily basis. If this hotel was not on such a high floor i would stay here again.
I have been there for work several times and I have always appreciated the hotel and the service I was there the second week of December The room rate was prepaid by my company but - at the check out - the hotel charged again the rate on my credit card After explaining through my agency that the room was prepaid ( and I have nothing to pay) they immediately apologized saying that I will receive the amount back ASAP After 14 days I’m still waiting for the money back.... This is quite disappointing so my advise to everyone is to always check your card even if the room Is prepaid!!!! Thanks F
One of our favorite place in Beijing for a short retreat. Wonderful bedrooms with all amenities you could expect. we fall for the bathroom (Italian shower and amazing bathtub). Our room had a sublime view on CBD (CCTV tower). We love the breakfast, here again, for both the view and the service and quality of the products. Definitely a place to stay and enjoy in Beijing.
The Park Hyatt Beijing is beautiful and the staff is wonderfully attentive. The in-house restaurant is astronomically expensive (and not worth it), but otherwise the hotel is first rate. As with other Park Hyatts, the property is elegant and refined, and the views are unparalleled.
- Close to CCTV Headquarters
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Beijing Central Business District, Park Hyatt Beijing is next to China World Trade Center and China World Mall. This 246-room, 5-star hotel has a full-service spa along with an indoor pool and a 24-hour fitness center. Located in central Beijing, the hotel is also near Tiananmen Square and CCTV Headquarters.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including China Grill, which specializes in international cuisine. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the hotel and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
All 246 individually decorated rooms feature espresso makers, free newspapers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect to find free wired Internet and 25-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and DVD players. Beds sport premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Laptop-compatible safes, phones, and ironing boards are also standard.
Guests of Park Hyatt Beijing enjoy a full-service spa, a nightclub, and an indoor pool. If you drive, self parking is CNY 144 per day, and there's also limo/town car service. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a 24-hour fitness center, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
93% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 904 reviews