With a coveted address on Chang’an Avenue, Park Hyatt Beijing places the city’s top destinations right at your fingertips. The hotel is located in the Central Business District (CBD), with convenient transportation options to wherever you want to go. Cultural sights such as Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City are just minutes away by car. World-class shopping is available in the luxury boutique and lifestyle stores from the lower ground to level 3 of the connected Beijing Yintai Centre.
Soar through the sky and observe The Great Wall from a unique bird's-eye view. Get to see what others don't see and sit in style in a helicopter that will take you on a rare journey.
Find your style with a sophisticated tailor, who will come straight to the hotel to measure you for your order. Get your bespoke suit in just days at a price you will not believe.
The Great Wall
This magnificent 5,000-kilometer structure was rebuilt and linked through many eras after Emperor Qin Shi Huang of the Qin dynasty first established it in 221 BC. The three most popular and closest sections to Beijing are Badaling, Mutianyu, and Simatai.
This impressive Taoist construction is located in southern Beijing and was built in 1420, during the reign of Emperor Yongle. The temple grounds cover 2.73 square kilometers of parkland, comprising three main groups of constructions, built according to strict philosophical requirements.
Just opposite the front entrance to the Forbidden City is Tiananmen and its famous square, the world’s largest public square. It encompasses historical icons such as the Gate of Heavenly Peace, the Great Hall of the People, and the China National Museum.
Listed on the UNESCO's World Heritage List, The Summer Palace was first built in 1750. Widely regarded as a masterpiece of Chinese landscape garden design, the natural landscape of hills and open water is combined with artificial features such as pavilions, halls, palaces, temples and bridges to form a harmonious ensemble of outstanding aesthetic value.
The vast Olympic Green was constructed for the 2008 Summer Olympics. It will again serve as an Olympic Park when Beijing hosts the 2022 Winter Olympics. Do not miss iconic sights including the Beijing National Stadium ("Bird's Nest) and The Beijing National Aquatics Center or "Water Cube".
inKIDS with Line Friends Playground
Situated in Beijing Yintai Center, the chic 880-square-meter indoor playground is based on the popular LINE FRIENDS characters from Korea, and features ball pits and slides for a fun afternoon as well as a themed café. Tip: Recommended for kids aged 12 and below, socks required (available for sale at the entrance)
Populated with art galleries and shops, the 798 Art District was an area full of military-industrial factories in the 1950s. It has since been developed into an artists’ community, holding notable exhibitions since 2003.
Founded and managed by Chinese art experts, this is the first not-for-profit, independent art museum in China. It aims to promote Chinese contemporary art based on an international vision and a contemporary ideology.
One of China's grandest antiquities museums with up to 1.4 million valued artwork and artifacts , the National Museum is known for its collection of Qing era (1644 to 1912) imperial treasure and ancient porcelain and cloisonné ware. The historical museum also teaches about China's imperial history and modern history.
National Centre for the Performing Arts
Colloquially described as The Giant Egg and designed by French architect Paul Andreu, the arts center is regarded as China's top performing arts center with scheduled dance, opera and drama performances. The Centre, an ellipsoid dome of titanium and glass is surrounded by an artificial lake, seats 5,452 people in three halls.
Wangfujing Shopping District
With a long history, Wangfujing is conveniently located within walking distance from the Palace Museum and easily accessible by subway line 1 and 5. Anchored by large shopping malls, the street is a shopper's paradise, filled with shops, trendy boutiques and restaurants.