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    PARK HYATT BEIJING

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    Park Hyatt Beijing
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    Classic Luxury

    Park Hyatt Beijing

    2 Jian Guo Men Wai Da Jie (Central Business District)

    Beijing

    (86) 010-8567-1234 | beijing.park.hyatt.com

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    • FOOD

      China Grill - Chinese and Western; The Lounge - simple Chinese and Western; The Private Room - Cantonese; International Food Warehouse - international mix; XIU - Chinese fusion; 24-hour room service
    • DRINK

      China Bar - live jazz, great views; Xiu - three bars, live entertainment, and outdoor terrace
    • ROOMS

      Sleek, contemporary decor and fab city views
    • PRICE (STANDARD DOUBLE)

      RMB 1,760
    • YEAR OPENED

      2008
    • # OF ROOMS

      237, including 18 suites
    • CONNECTIVITY

      Yes - Wi-Fi available
    • FREE INTERNET?

      No
    • GYM

      Yes - two fitness centers (Tian Spa and Park Life Fitness), both with pools and great views
    • SPA

      Yes - Tian Spa with some treatments based on traditional Chinese medicine; Park Life Spa - traditional Chinese massage only
    • METRO

      Guomao
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    VIBE

    This is city living in the extreme. The Park Hyatt is stretched through the 60+ floors of a striking new skyscraper in the heart of Beijing’s booming Central Business District (CBD). Capitalizing on their vertical resources, the lobby is on the 63rd floor and offers guests sweeping views of the cityscape from the moment they arrive. Many of the major amenities (restaurants, bar, spa) are even higher up, maximizing the views, while the sleek, contemporary guest rooms are on slightly lower floors. The décor throughout is tasteful and modern with a touch of Asian influences–some complain that the look is too global-hotel-generic, but the clean lines of the design are still well executed. With a convenient CBD location, this is a popular spot for business travelers, but handy subway access means that tourists can easily get to the major sights.

    GO HERE WITH

    A colleague – for their excellent business amenities; a friend – for an urban spa and shopping getaway; a significant other – for a stylish city break

    WHY WE LIKE IT

    Swish, smart, sophisticated–the Park Hyatt boasts a superb property (chock-a-block with luxurious amenities that smaller boutique hotels can’t match), a stellar downtown location…and those views! A great way to take in Beijing’s up-and-coming urban landscape, where eye-popping skyscrapers spring up like mushrooms and the contrasts between old and new are breathtaking.

    AMENITY WE LOVE

    The Tian Spa (and pool and fitness center)–the facility is opulent, the treatments are distinctive with their traditional Chinese elements, and the views are spectacular. If you are going for a traditional Chinese massage, they may send you to the smaller Park Life spa downstairs, but don’t fret–the massages are amazing in both locations.

    WHAT WE WOULD CHANGE

    The elevator system: it’s cool to have a lobby with a view…but annoying to have to take an elevator to get there. Even more annoying: you have to take two or more elevators just to leave the building (one back up to the lobby, and at least one more to get down from there).

    GOOD TO KNOW

    China Grill is one of the highest restaurants in the city and has fabulous 360 degree views for you to fully appreciate the vantage point. Rooms have the latest technology with lighting and “scene” settings for the blinds and Nespresso machines. Bathrooms are top-notch with spacious, spa-inspired rain showers and stone soaking tubs (be aware that in many rooms, you need to walk through the bathroom to get to the front door, so you should know your traveling companion well, or plan accordingly). Take them up on airport transfer, because taxi drivers are often stumped by this hotel. If you’re trying to get back by taxi after a day on the town, ask your driver to take you to a nearby landmark, like Guo Mao (across the street) or Jian Wai SOHO (next door)–you’ll probably have more success. Otherwise, there’s a subway station in the building that connects to two major lines: Line 1 (covers most of the major sights) and Line 10 (covers the CBD and nightlife destinations). If you’re up for shopping, there’s a lot around: the Yintai Center mall (in the same building as the Park Hyatt) and the China World Center (across the street) compose one of Beijing’s top luxury shopping hubs–you’ll find major international names like Marc Jacobs, Gucci, etc.

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