A Hotel in the Heart of the Chaoyang District


Beijing’s history spans millennia, changing names and faces over the years. Today, glimpses of the past and present live side-by-side, offering an array of cultural, historical and culinary opportunities. In the heart of the Central Business District (CBD) and steps from east Third Ring Road and the subway, this Chaoyang District hotel is ideally situated for getting around and exploring Beijing. Within a six-mile radius of the hotel, guests can visit Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City; spend an evening exploring bars along Sunlitun and Houhai streets; shop international designer labels at SKP Shopping Centre or take in a little sunshine at Chaoyang Park.

On-Site Outlets
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Health Club

Health club is with heated indoor lap pool, steam and dry saunas, beauty treatments, and gymnasium

Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day
Indoor swimming pool area filled with natural light


Indoor Pool

Mon-Sun : 6:00 AM-11:00 PM


From Tiananmen Square to the Great Wall, Experience the Sights of Beijing

Local Area Attractions

The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing is conveniently located near the city’s top shopping and dining districts as well as famous cultural attractions, including Tiananmen Square and the Temple of Heaven. Positioned in the heart of the Central Business District (CBD) near the World Trade Center, our hotel offers convenient access to the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, the Silk Market and other stunning Beijing landmarks. Let us help you plan a spectacular adventure when you plan your stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing.

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Forbidden City

Lying at the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City, called Gu Gong in Chinese, was the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Now known as the Palace Museum, it is to the north of Tiananmen Square. Rectangular in shape, it is the world's largest palace complex and covers 74 hectares. Surrounded by a six-meter deep moat and a ten-meter high wall are 9,999 buildings. The wall has a gate on each side. Opposite the Tiananmen Gate, to the north is the Gate of Divine Might (Shenwumen), which faces Jingshan Park. The distance between these two gates is 960 meters, while the distance between the gates in the east and west walls is 750 meters. There are unique and delicately structured towers on each of the four corners of the curtain wall. These afford views over both the palace and the city outside.

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Hutongs of Beijing

Hutong is a typical lane or small street in Beijing that originated during the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368). "Hutong" is a Mongolian word, meaning "water well". During that time, the water well is the settlement around which people lived. There are tens of thousands of hutongs surrounding the Forbidden City. In the past, Beijing was composed of countless courtyards. Hutongs were formed when people left a passageway between two courtyards to make entering them more convenient. As the symbol of Beijing City, a hutong has its own layout and structure, which makes it a wonder in the world. When taking a bird's eye view of Beijing, you will find a combination of hutongs and courtyards just like an orderly chessboard with delicate gardens, fine rockeries, and ancient ruins. Hutongs have witnessed the development of Beijing. Where there is a hutong, there is a story.

Ritz Kids

The Ritz Kids program is aiming to delight younger guests by making memories that last well beyond their hotel stays through engaging and immersive experiences focused on education, culture, and adventure, and promoting environmental awareness of our planet for the future.

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