GRAND HYATT BEIJING

1 E Chang An Ave, Beijing, Beijing, 100738, China
(5 star hotel)
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 10 reviews
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Western Comfort in a Great Beijing Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 5, 2009

The Beijing Hyatt provided a welcome familiar respite to a hectic, foreign world. It turned out to be the perfect location for our group of 4 women alone in this city so different from anything we were used to. After a day of shopping for snacks among fried scorpions, seahorses and silk worms, prowling through the Forbidden City, having Chinese line up to take our pictures, and dodging Chinese taxi drivers, it was so nice to come "home" to comfortable, familiar surroundings. I would not hesitate to stay at the Beijing Hyatt on a return trip.

Unique Quality: The Hyatt's pool has to be seen to be believed. The underground oasis is replete with fountains, chirping frogs, ferns, palms, and a tropical sky. Visit the website to get a look at this amazing place.

Apparently Chinese like hard beds. They Hyatt's bed were very hard, dressed as they were with first class linens and pillows, they were just HARD.

We loved the public areas, enjoying breakfasts and evening cocktails in the lobby lounge bar. The Redmoon was a fabulous Japanese restaurant (see review) that rated at the top of our trip's dinners. Da Giorgio, the Italian restaurant, was also delicious and a nice break after a week and a half of Chinese food (and MSG).

Directions: On the main boulevard, just a block or two away from Tianamen Square the the Forbidden City

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Western Comfort in a Great Beijing Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 5, 2009

The Beijing Hyatt provided a welcome familiar respite to a hectic, foreign world. It turned out to be the perfect location for our group of 4 women alone in this city so different from anything we were used to. After a day of shopping for snacks among fried scorpions, seahorses and silk worms, prowling through the Forbidden City, having Chinese line up to take our pictures, and dodging Chinese taxi drivers, it was so nice to come "home" to comfortable, familiar surroundings. I would not hesitate to stay at the Beijing Hyatt on a return trip.

Unique Quality: The Hyatt's pool has to be seen to be believed. The underground oasis is replete with fountains, chirping frogs, ferns, palms, and a tropical sky. Visit the website to get a look at this amazing place.

Apparently Chinese like hard beds. They Hyatt's bed were very hard, dressed as they were with first class linens and pillows, they were just HARD.

We loved the public areas, enjoying breakfasts and evening cocktails in the lobby lounge bar. The Redmoon was a fabulous Japanese restaurant (see review) that rated at the top of our trip's dinners. Da Giorgio, the Italian restaurant, was also delicious and a nice break after a week and a half of Chinese food (and MSG).

Directions: On the main boulevard, just a block or two away from Tianamen Square the the Forbidden City

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Western Comfort in a Great Beijing Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 5, 2009

The Beijing Hyatt provided a welcome familiar respite to a hectic, foreign world. It turned out to be the perfect location for our group of 4 women alone in this city so different from anything we were used to. After a day of shopping for snacks among fried scorpions, seahorses and silk worms, prowling through the Forbidden City, having Chinese line up to take our pictures, and dodging Chinese taxi drivers, it was so nice to come "home" to comfortable, familiar surroundings. I would not hesitate to stay at the Beijing Hyatt on a return trip.

Unique Quality: The Hyatt's pool has to be seen to be believed. The underground oasis is replete with fountains, chirping frogs, ferns, palms, and a tropical sky. Visit the website to get a look at this amazing place.

Apparently Chinese like hard beds. They Hyatt's bed were very hard, dressed as they were with first class linens and pillows, they were just HARD.

We loved the public areas, enjoying breakfasts and evening cocktails in the lobby lounge bar. The Redmoon was a fabulous Japanese restaurant (see review) that rated at the top of our trip's dinners. Da Giorgio, the Italian restaurant, was also delicious and a nice break after a week and a half of Chinese food (and MSG).

Directions: On the main boulevard, just a block or two away from Tianamen Square the the Forbidden City

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Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 6, 2007

We splurged a little to stay in downtown Beijing. I suspect you could find a less expensive place in the same vicinity, but we wanted to go with a name we could trust on our first visit to a new location. It was very, very nice. We paid a little extra to be met at the airport, escorted through customs/immigration, and driven to the hotel. We were served cocktails during our executive-level check-in. The room was very nice, but nothing extravagent. Smoking rooms were available. The bed was nice, but hard...more Asian style, I guess. A very nice breakfast buffet was included, as was a first-class cocktail hour with unlimited premium beverages and gourmet snacks. There were very good restaurants in the hotel, but if you wanted to make the cocktail hour snacks your dinner, you easily could. Through the lower lobby, you have direct access into a very nice shopping mall. Wufangjang Street was a almost right out the door, and Tianammen Square and the Forbidden City were about a block away. The spa, health club and pool were all very, very nice. Massages were available, but only same gender massage is available in the spa. The only problem we encountered was getting bell service at checkout. We called in advance, and no one showed up. We called when no one showed up, and still no one showed up. It wasn't until we walked past the bell desk carrying our luggage that someone offered to help. Otherwise, it was great stay....expensive, but nice.

Unique Quality: The indoor pool was impressive.

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5 star luxury with a divine pool

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 20, 2007

The Grand Hyatt is well located with the adjoining Oriental Plaza shopping mall and WangFuJing shopping street just mere minutes away.

Unique Quality: The rooms here are quite nice. We stayed in a Deluxe room. It was quite spacious and had a seperate bedroom. The pool was the reason we booked here and we were very surprised to find that the pool was even better than in real life than the photos we had seen on the website.

Down side of the hotel was the lack of attention to detail. We were supposed to have fresh fruit in the room daily and a newspaper but this was not delivered daily. We also booked a wake up call as we were being picked up very early for our flight out. Despite confirming that they would call us and then make a further reminder call 5 minutes later, we received no call. Luckily we woke up in time to make our transfer.

Over all we were very satisfied but would have expected more from a 5 star establishment.

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Grand Hyatt Beijing

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 20, 2007

Opened to guests since 1999, I see still a lot of rooms for this hotel to improve its services, e.g., check-in speed and accuracy, restaurant service attitude, valet parking speed, etc.

It is the worst (in terms of services) Hyatt I've ever stayed.

Unique Quality: Well equipped room, however too small as a 170 EUR deluxe one

Directions: Wang Fu Jing Street, near Tian An men square

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Haven in Beijing

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 18, 2007

SErvice fantastic, the pool is is surreal, the food is average, both my son and myself were sick eating at the hotels restaurants, staff were very concerned after the incident, but it does take away from the problem. cutting 3 days out of a seven day stay in Beijing.

Unique Quality: Having an olypic size pool in the basement is preety much unique in this sort of city hotel, also when outside is -10 you can sit by the pool and have a snack or drink like you're in the tropics.

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A thousand details.

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 9, 2005

We´ve been on Grand Hyatt for five days...it´s located on the city center and that´s important in a big city like Beijing.
Subway, Bus, Taxi (of course) on the same door of the hotel, even a Megamall on the basement with restaurants, cinemas, fashion shops, etc.
Perfect if you travel with children...the pool on basement 3 is one of the biggers indoor around the world, and opened till 11p.m.

Unique Quality: Extra tip : if you like DimSum, the cantoneese restaurant inside the hotel brings you the "weekend brunch with Moet&Chandon free flow"...unforgettable! (under payment, ok?)

Directions: Beside Wanfujing street.

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Beijing's best hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 21, 2004

Undoubtedly the best hotel in town. Located centrally, right next to Wang Fu Jing Shopping street. 15 minutes stroll to Tian An Men.

Unique Quality: Grand Hyatt has a hidden secret in its basement. She has the one and only tropical pool in town. This indoor pool is cover with a false skyline of glittering "stars" and surrounding decorated with lush tropical plants and bird chirping sounds..

Directions: In the middle annex of Oriental Plaza.

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One of the best Hotels in Beijing

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on October 19, 2002

The grand Hyatt at the time that I was there was only 6 months old. This is a typical luxury hotel that could have been anywhere in the world. Although this place does not have much local character it's great for the traveler looking for all of the comforts of home. They are also fully equiped for the business traveler with high speed internet connections in the room at no charge.

Unique Quality: One of the best things about this hotel would have to be the pool. Make your way into the basement to experience this indoor tropical setting. Even in the dead of winter the pool will give you the feeling that you have escaped to the jungles of South East Asia. The room which houses the pool is set up like a lagoon with palm trees, waterfalls, dim lighting aroma therapy and even croaking frogs. The temperature of the room is set fairly high so you'd be more than comfortable strolling around in your swim gear.

This hotel is also about 10-15 minutes walking distance from The Forbidden City and Tianamen Sq which can be convenient. It is also on top of a very modern shopping mall with lots of shops and restaurants. Around the corner on Wangfujing Dajie you will find a lot of people walking around a night when the weather is nice shopping and socializing.

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Address: 1 E Chang An Ave, Beijing, Beijing, 100738, China

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  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa
  • Kitchenette
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  • Bar / Lounge

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