Kempinski, the long-established European luxury brand, proudly presents its China flagship hotel, the Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2017, Kempinski Hotel Beijing continues to provide global business and leisure travelers with a peerless blend of luxury, comfort, convenience and authentic Asian style. The hotel is located in the heart of Beijing’s central diplomatic and business district, Chaoyang, just a 30-minute drive to Tianmen Square, Beijing Capital Airport and other major attractions, such as the Forbidden City and Temple of Heaven. Walk over to one of the best shopping malls, YanSha Shopping City under two minutes. Set amid extensive landscaped gardens and water features, Kempinski Hotel Beijing provides a tranquil escape from China’s bustling, energetic capital.
Combining timeless European style with elements of Beijing’s rich cultural history, Kempinski Hotel Beijing has 526 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites, including 4 executive floors and 8 meeting rooms, a ballroom with a capacity of up to 1,000 people.With distinctive restaurants and bars, the Kempinski Beijing presents 5-star cuisines in our 7 restaurants and bars. The specialized Chefs offer mouthwatering culinary masterpieces within award-winning restaurants in contemporary settings. Choose from international cuisine international Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese and much more. Indulge yourself in these culinary delights while staying with us.
For wellness and recreation, Kempinski’s Pulse Health Squash & Sports Club boasts two fully equipped gymnasiums for all guests including the 18th floor indoor swimming pool, health club with sauna, and a variety of fitness classes. In addition, Kempinski also manages a neighboring eight-story complex which offers 12,500 square metres of office space, 42 shops and showrooms and 170 fully furnished one to four bedroom apartments. The complex also contains a 24-hour serviced International Medical Center, dental clinic and fully equipped children’s park and nursery - all guaranteeing that long-stay guests experience the highest levels of comfort and convenience.
As per "Rules Against Smoking" by Beijing Government, starting from 01 June 2015 our hotel offers a smoke free environment in all areas.
We at Kempinski strive to exceed your expectations and it is our pleasure to announce that we have started great enhancement program on our rooms.
During this period of improvement, we will do our best to keep any construction noise to a minimum and would like to apologise for any inconvenience might cause during your stay.
We are convinced that our new facilities will make your future stays with us even more enjoyable and we hope that you are looking forward to the new Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center as much as we are.
As part of the regulatory requirement, all hotel VAT tax invoice (issuing/receiving) activities will be temporary ceased between 1st to 19th November 2017. We are sorry for the inconvenient caused and appreciate your kind understanding.
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Being the largest and most well-preserved royal park in China, the Summer Palace has greatly influenced Chinese horticulture and landscape design with its famous natural views and cultural interests, which also has been entitled 'The Museum of Royal Gardens'. It is 15 kilometers away from central Beijing but only 30 minute drive from the Kempinski Hotel Beijing.
The Great Wall is one of the “Seven Wonders of the World” and is listed in the World Heritage Directory. Several sections of the wall date back to 206 BC and were built by the first Emperor of China. Like a gigantic dragon, it winds up and down the mountains, across deserts and grasslands and is said to be the only man-made structure that can be seen from the moon.
The magnificent Forbidden City is the largest and the best preserved imperial palace complex in the world. For more than five centuries, this palace functioned as the administrative center for the whole country as well as the place residence for the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. In Chinese, the number “9” has the same pronunciation as the word “forever” and so the Forbidden City has 9,999 rooms surrounded by walls 10 meters high and a moat 6 meters deep.
The Temple of Heaven:
Built specially for making offerings to heaven for the following harvest years, the Temple of Heaven was the largest group of structures in China during Ming and Qing dynasties. There are two amazingly acoustical spots in the temple: one is on the top of the tri-leveled round altar where your words reverberate around you and the other one is at the Echo Wall that partially encloses a circular courtyard 65 meters in diameter.
As the largest city square in China and the fourth largest in the world, it serves not as only the symbol of Beijing but also of China. The square is surrounded by several of significant edifices including the Great Hall of the People and the Mao Mausoleum. Attend the daily flag ceremonies on the square at sunrise and sunset time for a unique cultural experience.
These tombs represent the most extensive burial complex for 13 of the 16 Ming Dynasty emperors and one of the finest preserved sites of 15th century Chinese art and architecture. It is 45 kilometers away from the Kempinski Hotel Beijing and will take you approximately a 50 minute by car to visit these mysterious royal tombs.