Hyatt opens new Regency in Beijing

The Hyatt Regency Beijing Shiyuan is approximately 45 minutes from downtown Beijing and a 30-minute drive to the Great Wall of China. Photo credit: Hyatt Hotels Corporation

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has opened the Hyatt Regency Beijing Shiyuan in China’s capital city, owned by the Beijing Horticultural Expo Investment and Development Company. 

The property, the first international hotel in Beijing's Yanqing district, has 283 guestrooms, including 19 suites, two Diplomat Suites and a Presidential Suite.  

Public spaces include two dining outlets and a 24-hour gym. The hotel also has a 10,225-square-foot Regency Ballroom, six multifunctional meeting rooms and a 5,382-square-foot lawn, suitable for weddings and other outdoor celebrations. The hotel’s meeting spaces were designed to complement the adjoining Beijing World Horticultural Expo Park.

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The hotel is approximately 45 minutes from downtown Beijing and a 30-minute drive to the Great Wall of China.

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