An Imperial Rebirth for The Peninsula Beijing


After an extensive renovation by celebrated Hong Kong designer Henry Leung, The Peninsula Beijing has unveiled a range of new suite-styled rooms that will provide guests with an even more luxurious and personalised experience in the heart of the Chinese capital.

The hotel’s original 525 rooms and suites have been reduced and reimagined to just 230 suite-style rooms, each of which offer a separate bedroom, a living room, a bathroom and a dressing room. Starting from 65sqm, the guest rooms are now the largest in Beijing and also one of the most personalised in the world, with proprietary in-room technology, which delivers 11 languages at the touch of a fingertip, and city information and services just a click away.

Inspired by the interior of a luxury yacht, all new guest rooms are styled in graceful shades of crème and the walls are adorned with specially commissioned work by stellar Chinese artists. Catering for business guests, these rooms also include convenient facilities like printers, a collection of multi-brand chargers for digital devices, complimentary high-speed wifi, and portable VoIP phones for free international calls.

The Peninsula Beijing also boasts a collection of 61 suites, including The Peninsula Suite, styled after a Chinese aristocrat’s home; 17 reimagined Beijing Suites, which features large living and dining areas, and a collection of duplex rooms, which offer a chic and sophisticated twist on urban living.

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