Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing opens

Renaissance Hotels debuted its second hotel in Beijing with the introduction of the 329-room Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing. The new hotel overlooks the Forbidden City on historic Wangfujing Street. 

Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing joins the Renaissance Beijing Capital in the capital city and a portfolio of 18 hotels in China, including six in Shanghai and three in Tianjin, with additional locations in Suzhou, Wuhan, Sanya, Huizhou, Guiyan, Chengdu and Hong Kong. The latest opening brings the total number Marriott International offerings to 72 hotels across six brands.

Each guestroom and suite has a soothing color palette, complemented by a blend of luxury amenities including plush bedding, flat-screen televisions and complimentary wireless high-speed Internet. The hotel’s executive lounge offers panoramic views of the Forbidden City.

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Destination dining includes Hutong Place, Wanli, R Bar and Food Studio. 

Renaissance Hotels’ signature R.E.N Meetings program is offered, with space including the largest ballroom in the area (10,006 square feet) and five additional meeting rooms. For leisure and relaxation, the hotel features an indoor swimming pool, fitness center and spa.

Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing is operating under a management agreement with owners China Jin Mao Investment Group.

Renaissance Hotels is a lifestyle brand within Marriott International’s portfolio of 18 brands. 

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