Rising high above the embassies and international headquarters that line the bustling Chaoyang District, our Hotel provides a warm welcome in a city that can be a bit elusive to discover. Let us open doors to a Beijing you might otherwise miss. Then, come back to gather your thoughts in our serene Tea Garden, take a dip in the sun-lit pool, or simply sit for a moment to marvel at the 400 stainless-steel butterflies that rise up our soaring central atrium – before heading back out to see more. That push-and-pull you feel? That’s Beijing – taking hold.
- Deluxe Room
Streamlined mahogany furniture, abstract art and Asian-inspired millwork help create a restful ambiance in these city-view rooms.Details
- Four Seasons Room
Finish up some last-minute work in the writing nook before settling for a quiet evening, lounging in the generous sitting area of our largest guest rooms.Details
- Ambassador Suite
Dark wood accents make these corner suites feel warm and inviting. Views of Liangma River or Chaoyang Park spark conversations in the living room, and a pocket door allows for a bit of extra quiet in the bedroom whenever you need it.Details
- Beijing Suite
The six-seat dining room table is the perfect place for family dinners in these residential-style suites, which feature city views from some of our highest floors and rich wood and gold decor that makes each room feel stylish, lived in and warm.Details
- Imperial Suite
Known as the “Palace in the Sky,” this three-bedroom, ultra-luxe suite takes up our entire 27th floor. Screen a movie in the media room, entertain on the rooftop terrace, and watch a private chef prepare a meal in the open kitchen for a special evening. Custom finishes, original artwork and panoramic views of Beijing are the proverbial icing on the cake.Details
Warm woods and natural light lend a serene, organic feel to our couple’s suite
Step away from busy city life, if only for a moment. Rising six storeys above Beijing, our Spa’s carved wooden screens and glowing lanterns ring echoes of the past, while a cup of hot jasmine tea sets the mood for a quintessentially Chinese experience.
- Living history
Step into another time in Gubei Water Town, situated around the Simatai Great Wall, and watch winemaking at the Sima Liquor Distillery. Or, learn to cook with vinasse (distillery residue), see Gubei’s sustainable cloth dyeing and make a piece of your own.
- Art is life
The inaugural artist in our artist-in-residence program, Ms. Vivi Wan, is a young woman of exceptional talent whose work explores the vast depths of magical realism. Her Blue Sunflower series, a stunning take on a simple flower, will be on exhibit at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing.
- A rare glimpse at the Great Wall
The best view of the Great Wall of China is yours when you look down from your private helicopter. The magnificent Mutianyu section winds through mountain forests, and so can you, hiking with a guide and picnicking right on the wall.Details