To offer guests the highest levels of experiential luxury, The Peninsula Beijing will be totally transformed and undergo a landmark room enhancement program from mid-July 2015 to late 2016. During this period the hotel will remain fully operational, with guest rooms available. The renovation project will be split into two distinct phases to ensure that disturbance is kept to an absolute minimum, however, there is the possibility of some noise disturbance.
During the renovation, certain floors and restaurant outlets will be closed, including the swimming pool and fitness center. Alternative arrangements will be offered. Rooms will be reconfigured and will offer The Peninsula’s celebrated cutting-edge in-room technology, and there will also be some exciting new dining concepts and lobby opening on January 1, 2016.
The comfort, security and well-being of our guests are of paramount importance to us during this exciting chapter in the hotel’s 25-year history.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience caused to your travel plans.
The Peninsula has ten animal figurines on its rooftop, the same number that Emperor Qianlong had on his!
Pride of The Peninsula
The Peninsula is the only hotel in Beijing to own customised Rolls-Royce Phantoms.
Huang Ting is adorned with antiques dating as far back as the Qing dynasty.
The Perfect LOCATION
The Peninsula Beijing
8 Goldfish Lane, Wangfujing, Beijing 100006
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|Telephone||+86 10 8516 2888|
|Airport Distance||27.4 km / 16.9 miles from Beijing Capital International Airport|
|Nearby||Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Wangfujang Shopping district,|
Stairway to Heaven: A Journey to Rebalance your Chi
Revel in a tranquil oasis of peace and harmony at one of China’s most illustrious landscapes. The 267-hectare Temple of Heaven stretches out from a wide forecourt perfect for guests to witness Beijing’s dynamic culture. The highlight of the park, and a strikingly beautiful icon in its own right, is the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests where guests will experience a slow and gentle tai chi exercise, followed by a Naturally Peninsula brunch welcoming them back to the hotel.
A Glimpse of the royal past: Celebrating the Art of Tea
In this exquisitely Asian Peninsula experience, take an exciting journey to the realms of the oldest and most expansive Chinese fortress known to history, the Forbidden City. This programme is comprised of an exclusive tour to the most private part of the Shu Fang Zhai Temple, where Emperor Qianlong would entertain officials for the ‘tea of three purities’. Finish it off by indulging in a bespoke, tea-infused set lunch at Huang Ting as our in-house tea master caters to your every gastronomic whim.Learn More
2,000 Years of Chinese Culture: An Aerial View of Beijing
The ultimate Beijing itinerary ensues with a helicopter tour of the Great Wall and a privately catered champagne brunch overlooking a sweeping vista of its grandeur. As the afternoon transcends, a chauffeured Rolls-Royce will transport you to an exclusive viewing at the city’s contemporary 798 Art district. The awe-inspiring Peninsula experience continues with a revitalizing Spa journey and finishes with a 6-course Peking duck feast at courtyard inspired restaurant, Huang Ting.
The Tastes and Sounds of Beijing: The Art of Dumpling Making
The dumpling, a Chinese comfort food may seem a simple delight, but the history and expertise behind them elevates their making to a Chinese art form.
In this experience, you will learn how to create the perfect dumpling under the expertise of Canton Chef Zhao. From ingredient picking in a local market, and a class in our Huang Ting kitchen, your journey will end with a four-course dumpling meal at the restaurant.
A Walk Through Beijing's Past: Rickshaw Through a Hutong Neighbourhood
In this unique Peninsula experience, weave through the city’s past in a rickshaw to visit the hutongs, tucked away from the speed and pressure of 21st century life. An esteemed historian from one of the city’s universities will guide guests through the hutongs around Hou Hai (Queen Sea), giving an insider view of grassroots Beijing. Finish off with a signature Peninsula picnic on a terrace while admiring the spectacular views of Shichahai Lake.
More than Fortune Cookies: A Junior Patissier Programme
In this signature Peninsula cooking course for children, budding little chefs will have the opportunity to learn the art of Chocolate making from the expert hands of a master patissier. Young chocolatiers will create their own cupcakes, cookies, fondants and other chocolate desserts, experimenting in different shapes and sizes using over forty of the Peninsula’s custom-made chocolate molds.
Fly High in The Beijing Sky: The Mystery of Kite Making
In this Peninsula Academy experience, children and accompanying adults can learn the ancient art of kite-making and flying from an esteemed kite master. In the Peninsula Suite, the kite artisan will share his patterns and techniques on building the kite and guide you to produce your own work of art.
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