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REGENT BEIJING

The epicenter of Chinese culture.

The day’s last rays of sunlight tumble onto the table, illuminating both food and drink. Beyond the lounge’s windowed walls, a sparkling skyline shoots spires into the ether. It’s the perfect backdrop as night descends; the evening’s warmth settling over the bustling Wangfujing commercial circle and the labyrinthine alleyways of the neighboring hutongs. An ideal vantage point at the intersection of 3,000 years of history and an ever-evolving present.


99 JINBAO STREET, DONGCHENG DISTRICT,
BEIJING 100005, CHINA
Beijing night

For guests arriving and departing by air, transfers to and from Beijing Capital International Airport —a 50-minute journey —can be arranged per your request. 

The hotel is also accessible via taxi, shuttle and subway services from the airport; Regent Beijing is conveniently located above Dengshikou Station on Subway Line 5.

 


DISTANCE TO BEIJING INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:

28km

 

DISTANCE TO DAXING INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: 

50km 

 
DISTANCE TO BEIJING RAILWAY STATION:

2.4km

 
DISTANCE TO Beijing South Railway station:

14km

 

DISTANCE TO Beijing Western Railway station:

13.5km

 

Distance to the nearest subway station:

50 meters

STAY

An imperial sanctuary.

Engulfed in the comfort of a fine goose-down duvet or in the waters of the bath, it’s your very own enclave in the heart of the capital city. A place for epic unwinding, with aubergine-hued accents to calm the mind and lift the spirit. A place where traditional Chinese hospitality and contemporary design converge.

Regent Beijing Room Bathroom
Regent Beijing

Highlights of the hotel

Regent Boat
Regent Boat
Regent Boat

Go beyond

History lives in the Forbidden City, the palatial heart of China. Inside its celebrated crimson walls, grand halls where emperors once held court today host imperial treasures; exquisite sandalwood thrones with tufted ochre cushions, painted porcelain vases with cerulean floral motif. We recommend visiting Tiananmen Square for another glimpse of the past as well, just to the south.