Special introductory rates from The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing

The Ritz-Carlton, BeijingThe new Ritz-Carlton, Beijing – the company’s third property in China, and a timely addition given the forthcoming summer Olympics in the city next year  – is offering special introductory rates for as low as $200 per night until 29th  February  2008. Designed by the renowned design consultants, Hirsch Bedner Associates of Atlanta, the hotel’s interiors were styled like an English country manor. In the 305 guest rooms, classic furnishings blend seamlessly with the latest in-room technology from flat screen TVs to iPod docking stations. The hotel’s facilities include a fitness area, spa, 14,000 square feet of meeting space, a wedding chapel (a first for a Beijing hotel) and a wide selection of dining experiences.

Comments (4)

  1. Viaggi lusso says:

    I was there last month and I was happy. I believe that the price is fine.

  2. Paul Johnson says:

    How did you come to be there last month? As far as I was aware, the hotel opened its doors less than a week ago (12th December 2007).

    Paul

  3. I have just got back from China and i stayed in that hotel. It was really nice. Before i went i read a article on China whuch was really helpful because it said that there was to do there. They article is at http://ezinearticles.com/?Things-to-Do-on-Holiday-in-China&id=1278598

  4. Cleo says:

    hooray for modest traditional styling – I hate that Asian fusion West Elm and Danish Modern type of hotel furniture. Worse is when modern furniture makes a hotel bedroom look like a lawyer’s waiting room. That is NOT restful.

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