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Feel The Pulse Of Forbidden City At Regent Beijing

Regent Beijing

What’s so forbidden about the Forbidden City? Find out at Regent Beijing with easy access to this imperial palace. Regent Beijing, a 5-star luxury hotel managed by the world-renowned Regent Hotels and Resorts is ideally situated (in the famous Wangfujing Commercial Center) to explore the capital’s most iconic historical and cultural landmarks, and its modern urban attractions.

Regent Beijing

Choose a room with a panoramic view of the Forbidden City; you can relax in privacy and savor a glass of prized Dragon Well tea while gazing at one of China’s greatest royal architectural wonders. Want to see more? Regent Beijing is a short walk from Tian’anmen Square and WangFuJing shopping. Then refresh yourself in the hotel’s oversized pool. If you’ve forgotten to pack something, no problem. Upscale boutique shops are right on the premises.
Regent Beijing’s 500 rooms and suites, including individually crafted signature suites, are beautiful compositions of classic style, subtly infused with traditional Chinese elegance.

Regent Beijing

Each is designed as a haven of utmost privacy and comfort, furnished in a palette of warm woods, plush carpets and luxurious furnishings, combined with modern luxuries and amenities, and bathed in natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows. An ideal luxury accommodation choice for guests seeking a refined stay in the city.
Dining
Home to some of the city’s top-rated restaurants, Regent Beijing offers an enticing parade of cosmopolitan dining options. Discover culinary sensations to please every palate, from contemporary café fare at bustling Jinbao 99, to Italian cuisine crafted by Daccapo, and steaks cooked to perfection at Morton’s.

Regent Beijing

As the flagship hotel of a prestigious hotel group, Regent Beijing has established a worldwide reputation for its up-to-date facilities, impeccable service and prime location, which combine to guarantee a pleasant stay experience as well as an easy access to explore this ancient imperial capital.

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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