Our one night stay at the NEW Rosewood Beijing | Beijing, China | Located in the district of Chaoyang, the brand new Rosewood Beijing opened its doors month ago. A very lovely option, which I would rank as my Top 3 hotel options to stay at in Beijing. We were there only for one night unfortunately, but its location was perfect to enjoy Beijing and after a long day exploring, withdraw to this urban oasis. Rosewood Beijing is the first incursion of Rosewood Hotels & Resort in Asia and the Chinese market, with two upcoming properties opening next 2017 in Sanya and Guangzhou.
Rosewood Beijing’s structural form and abundance of landscaped outdoor space, the curated artwork, that enrich the public and private spaces, the choice of refreshing or stimulating retreats within the hotel, and culinary experiences designed to enchant with authenticity and style — all combine to create a landscape of surprising discoveries, sensory engagement and authentic experiences.
Because you are worth it. Book Rosewood Beijing through me and enjoy the following VIP Amenities: Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability + Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two in room guests + $100 USD Equivalent Food & Beverage credit, to be utilized during stay + Early check-in/late check-out subject to availability.
We were hosted at one of their lovely Rosewood Suites. Rosewood Suites bestow an air of elegance in a residential-style surrounding. Tastefully decorated with both contemporary and distinctly Oriental details, the suites offer a warm and serene sanctuary in Beijing. Featuring 75 square meters of living space, an enclosed bedroom, walk-in closet, guest bathroom and separate living room with table and chairs, Rosewood Suites redefine luxury living. Rosewood Suites are located on floors 7 to 23. The view from our suite, was indeed a doorway to modern Beijing, featuring panoramic views of the Chaoyang District and the CCTV Tower. Guests staying in suites enjoy exclusive access to the Manor Club and a higher level of privileges.
Discover exclusive elegance at the Manor Club. This executive lounge was designed in a sophisticated, residential style. Tranquil atmosphere for guests seeking a private urban refuge, whether for a business lunch, a friendly drink at the stand-up bar or simply a chance to peruse the latest newspapers and magazines. This was our go-to destination in the evening to enjoy complimentary drinks and food spread. And in the morning you can have a nice breakfast.
Complimentary breakfast, lunch snacks, afternoon tea and evening cocktails are available as well as refreshments throughout the day. A bar station is available on weekend mornings, and the nightly cocktails match those of the on-site bar in sophistication as well as the freshness of ingredients, using only top-shelf spirits and premium champagnes. Unique services and offerings separate Manor Club from the rest. Guests may have lunch packed and delivered directly to the office or indulge in a daily in-room foot bath – just some of the many ways in which Manor Club exceeds expectations.
As an upscale Beijing spa, Sense offers a world of wellness. Featuring six treatment rooms with balconies and five spa suites for overnight stays, guests experience the ultimate indulgence here. They can also visit the massive indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, fitness facility, aerobics room or yoga studio to rejuvenate the mind and body.
One thing to highlight, whether you are a guest at the hotel or not, is the Food & Beverage offer. We found all restaurants to be original and of excellent quality. Particularly the Bistro B, by Chef Jarrod Verbiak, a former protégé of celebrity chef Daniel Boulud, where we enjoyed a fantastic lunch, and the original Red Bowl. This one-of-a-kind restaurant with a menu celebrating Chinese hot pot offers the freshest meats, seafood, and vegetables cooked at the table along with a vast assortment of draft beers, wine and sake.
Located in the prestigious Chaoyang District, this Beijing 5-star hotel delivers a unique blend of modern sophistication and comfort. Rosewood Beijing lies in the heart of Beijing’s Central Business District (directly across from the iconic CCTV Tower), surrounded by urban skyscrapers, high-end shopping and world-class performances. From there we took a Tour to the Forbidden City ( only 20 minutes away with morning traffic) and we moved to our next hotel stay at the Summer Palace ( 35 to 45 minutes ).
We would have stayed at Rosewood Beijing for two more nights, but we were on a tight schedule and was time to move on to our next experience. They say first impressions are the ones that matter, so well done Rosewood, you have created an unforgettable Chinese first impression of Beijing, setting the bar high for the rest hotels to come along our itinerary. Carlos Melia Luxury Travel Curator – www.carlosmelia.com
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