The Peninsula Beijing now boasts fantastic 230 rooms and suites instead of 525 which was the previous number. The magnificent hotel located near Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City in central Beijing now present the largest suites in the city.

The hotel is known for its brilliant blending of Chinese artisanship with international sophistication and flair. With the help of designer Henry Leung, the Beijing’s landmark hotel now looks even more spectacular. He chose rosewood as an homage to ancient Chinese structures combined with white marble and opulent materials.

The revamped Peninsula hosts rooms which are the most personalised in the world. Inspired by the interior of a luxury yacht, the new guestrooms are styled in graceful shades of crème. Reflecting Beijing’s status as the nexus of China’s vibrant arts scene, the walls are adorned with specially commissioned works by stellar Chinese artists. 

The Peninsula Beijing now hosts 61 large and elegant suites. Seventeen of them are combined from two original suites into one, creating Beijing Suite. Beijing Suite is a modern 165 sq m residence. Uniquely designed suites feature large living and dining areas, plus an expansive dressing area adjoining the master bedroom. A private cinema room with upholstered sofas and armchairs offers the possibility of relaxing with the latest movie release or watching an old classic on the 80-inch screen. The study room can be easily converted into a second bedroom for families travelling together.

One of the best new accommodation changes is the Loft rooms. The 74 sq m, two-storey room feature floor-to-ceiling windows affording fine views over Beijing from the master bedroom upstairs, and from the entry lobby and living room downstairs.

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