The 282-room ultra-luxury Rosewood Beijing, located in the Chaoyang District opposite the iconic CCTV Tower, is the first China property for Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® and is styled in tribute to Beijing’s heritage where ancient meets modern.

The design of Rosewood Beijing blends cultural touchstones, architectural traditions and contemporary style to reflect the history, art and vibrancy of Beijing. From the structural form and landscaping, to the choice of materials and curated artwork, Rosewood Beijing’s design elements combine to create a landscape of surprising discoveries, sensory engagement and authentic experiences.

The 22-storey hotel recalls a mountain profile with contrasting volumes and shapes. Inside the lobby, subtle pavilion-like silhouettes appears throughout the soaring five-storey space, as well as in upper-floor gardens and Sense spa. Mongolian-sourced bluestone was chosen for the exterior to resemble a mountain wall and provide a raw-versus-refined contrast to the sleek, sophisticated interiors. Rosewood Beijing features more landscaped outdoor space than any other hotel in the city. As the lead designers of Rosewood Beijing BARstudio have taken full advantage of this unique feature to exemplify Rosewood’s signature A Sense of Place® philosophy.

Rosewood Beijing offers apartment-style accommodation with interior detailing reflecting this commitment. Individual mementoes and accessories appear in guestrooms. The residential mood will extend to the lift lobbies and public spaces. Library shelves are filled with objets d’art, accessories and a selection of specially sourced books, leaving guests with the impression that they are browsing the residence of a private collector.

Rates start from EUR 381 per night for a Premier Tween Room.


Sophistication meets residential-style accommodation at this Beijing luxury hotel. With 283 luxurious rooms and suites that are amongst the largest in the city, the guestrooms evoke sensations of lavish apartment living.

Featuring natural finishes, textural overlays, spacious bathrooms, walk-in closets, and non-traditional elements with subtle Oriental aesthetics, guests discover an intimate and sophisticated surrounding in the midst of Beijing. All guestrooms feature original cloisonné paintings, beautiful fine art prints, floor-to-ceiling windows, and built-in TVs within the bathroom mirrors.


This ultra-luxury hotel features some of the best restaurants in Beijing, offering exquisite cuisine and exceptional service in a Chinese-influenced, modern atmosphere.

Each dining experience at Rosewood Beijing is a journey filled with sophistication and delicious delights. With six restaurants and lounges focusing on traditional Chinese cuisine, Asian flavors and European-inspired dishes, guests can savor an extraordinary dining destination. Each dining venue delivers attentive service and refined tastes that will surely exceed expectations.

Built around the grand entrance and the atrium of the hotel, guests will feel an exquisite sense of arrival with Bistrot B Lounge • Bar's soothing music and décor. The open pastry counter offers freshly baked croissants and breads in the morning, sweet pastries, cakes and cookies in the afternoon and crêpes and chocolates at night. Also featuring specialty coffees and teas, Bistrot B Lounge • Bar attracts a sophisticated clientele throughout the day. In the morning, business executives are a common sight and later in the afternoon, socialites enjoy afternoon tea with premium rose champagne, Asian-inspired long drinks and cocktails. By nighttime, Bistrot B Lounge • Bar becomes a hotspot for socializing and refreshing drinks.

Hot pot connoisseurs will find RED BOWL riveting. 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. Inspired by authentic Chinese cuisine along with other Asian flavors, RED BOWL features a large bar counter with an individual hot pot for each guest or guests can gather around a delicious simmering metal pot at the center of each table.

The entire concept of RED BOWL revolves around sharing and hosting — an age-old Chinese tradition. Four private dining rooms are also available for additional privacy if desired.


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 indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, fitness facility, aerobics room or yoga studio to rejuvenate the mind and body.


The Rosewood Beijing art programme is intended to nurture new talent and support many artists who are forging their careers and carving out a name for themselves through exhibitions in China and globally.

Artists represented include Li Yongfei who, exemplifying the ancient Chinese literati spirit, is a highly skilled calligrapher, painter and poet. Yongfei’s work appears in Rosewood Beijing’s pre-function area in a monumental grouping of scrolls each twenty-five metres in length.

Inner Mongolian-born Jiang Shanchun, whose work spans an impressive range of styles and media and are included in the permanent collection of the National Art Museum of China, uses traditional techniques to depict contemporary subjects or abstract themes. Jiang Shanchun’s watercolour portraits adorn the entrance to Rosewood Beijing’s Bistrot B and continue over two floors of the hotel. Painted from live models throughout China, the portraits highlight the country’s rich diversity.

Sculptor and installation artist Song Jianshu contributed various sculptures for Rosewood Beijing’s dining areas. Together with his colleague Li Yuanchen, Jianshu sculpted the two monumental guardians that flank the hotel entrance. Reinterpreting the traditional Jiao Tu, or “Son of Dragon” symbol of guardianship, the imposing figures feature clean, elongated lines and rugged bronze exteriors.

Represented in the Collection of the British Museum, Meng Liping moves effortlessly between the worlds of ink, oil painting, collage and mixed media. Liping’s artistic interests are revealed in printed scenes from her 2011- 2012 oil on canvas triptych, Hemisphere, inside the hotel’s RED BOWL hot pot restaurant. The auspicious Chinese symbol of the dragon, and doves and lotus, Eastern and Western symbols of peace, intertwine in a work executed in the style and colour spectrum of the Chinese folklore puppets of the Tang dynasty.

World renowned Irish calligraphy artist, Denis Brown contributed a major piece to Rosewood Beijing’s Reception area. Based on Rose of Time, a poem by contemporary Chinese poet, Bei Dao, the multi-media calligraphic piece is a collaboration between Brown and local calligrapher, Ma Tianbo featuring gold leaf, copper wire and etched acrylic. Brown’s work is also displayed in The House of Dynasties, Chinese private dining areas where the chrysanthemum flower, symbol of nobility and one of the four symbolic seasonal flowers in Chinese custom, forms the background to layers of calligraphy etched on acrylic panels.

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