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    Rosewood Beijing

    Jing Guang Centre, Hujialou, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China
    Rosewood Beijing Review
     
    5 Star Rating
    30 December 2018Rosewood Beijing
    Tags: Beijing, China, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £320 per night
     

    On a recent trip to Beijing, we had the pleasure of staying at the Rosewood, which can be found located in the heart of Beijingís Central Business District. The Rosewood Beijing is an outstanding example of a five star hotel, and our entire stay was faultless from the moment we arrived.

    Rosewood Beijing was the first hotel in China from the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts group, and they truly set the bar with this property. The hotelís chic sophistication manages to pay homage to Beijingís culture as a city, whilst still being tastefully modern in design. Every single detail in this hotel has been planned meticulously, and it is this attention to detail that really makes the Rosewood a cut above. The hotel offers 283 rooms, so it is by no means a small hotel, however as with all good five star hotels, with exemplary service you are made to feel as though you are the only, if not the most important, guest in the entire hotel.

    When we arrived, we were welcomed warmly and our luggage was taken from us. We were checked in by a friendly member of the team who made us feel most welcome, we were soon shown to our room - a Premier Room. Our room was spacious and luxurious in design. With stunning views of the CCTV Tower, the iconic view made for a spectacular outlook and one that was hard for us to take our eyes off; although we couldnít wait to check out the rest of the room.

    ďThis hotel needs to be seen to be believed.Ē

    The room itself featured a wonderfully comfortable king-sized bed, along with a seating area consisting of a sofa, coffee table, lounge chair and a feature chaise lounge. There was also a desk area that was the perfect spot for catching up on a bit of work. The bathroom was nothing short of impressive, with a separate bath and rainforest shower and an abundance of fluffy towels and robes that were a joy to experience. The real highlight for us again, was the detail. The entire room was adorned with gorgeous artwork and ornaments, which were intriguing, and offered an extra touch of culture to our stay.

    Our room was simply stunning, and as we learnt, a clear reflection of the extremely high standards of Rosewood Beijing. This hotel needs to be seen to be believed. Everything from the service to the rooms, to the public areas are nothing short of impressive. This is the kind of hotel that you donít want to leave, even to explore such a vibrant city; itís extremely difficult to tear yourself away. However we would thoroughly recommend exploring, as Beijing is a fantastic place, and the Rosewood is ideally located to do so.

    When youíre ready to return however, Rosewood offers a range of facilities that will welcome you with open arms. Their dining options are extensive, and absolutely worth visiting. They have six bars and restaurants in total - Bistrot B Lounge Bar, Bistrot B, Red Bowl, Country Kitchen, The House of Dynasties and Mei. These range from spaces to enjoy afternoon tea, to a French bistro, a tapas offering, and of course traditional Chinese and Beijing cuisine, as well as Cantonese. There truly is something for any mood.

    If itís leisure facilities youíre after, then you certainly wonít be disappointed. Itís impressive spa offers a spectacular indoor pool thatís surrounded by plants, with an abundance of natural light. Thereís also a well-equipped fitness studio, as well as a yoga studio, and if itís a spa treatment youíre looking to indulge in, then the extensive and tempting treatment list will definitely hit the spot.

    Our stay at Rosewood Beijing was truly exceptional. This hotel is a fine example of the true art of hospitality, and we cannot recommend it highly enough. If youíre looking to really experience the heart of Beijing in style, then look no further. We simply canít wait to return and experience its delights once more.

     
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