If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Beijing, look no further than China Club.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Beijing, China Club Hotel is located a short distance from Forbidden City-The Palace Museum (1.4 mi) and Beihai Park (Beihai Gongyuan) (1.6 mi).
The hotel offers room service and a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a fitness center and a lounge.
While in Beijing be sure to experience nearby cafes such as Plush Lounge, The Westin Beijing Financial Street, Peacock Alley (Waldorf Astoria Beijing), or Berry Beans.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Tiananmen Square (Tiananmen Guangchang) (1.1 mi), Gate of Heavenly Peace (Tian'an Men) (1.1 mi), or National Center for the Performing Arts (0.7 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
The staff at China Club looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Gourmet establishments like China Club in Singapore are becoming a rare breed these days. The same over-priced outlets are around but just not as close and warm. Always a facade in between, a mask away. China Club in first-world Singapore is different. More than the view (up on 52nd), more than the food distinction, the big Plus is the head honcho, Master Andrew Mah himself. He sets the pace and the tone for everything that works and excels in this top-of-the-world Cloud 9 dining paradise. How can one get there to enjoy some of the fine cuisine offerings? Call the master; or, join China Club.
Traditional, makes you understand how China was before 200 years. A club that the Chineese PM is a member. The food was just good for me. Depends if you like Chineese food. If you love it, you will be pleased. If not, you will find something to eat.
I stumbled across the china club by accident and am so pleased that i did. The setting is one of the most amazing in Beijing. From the minute you walk in to the first Hutong you know you are somewhere special. The buildings have been beautifully restored. I was entertaining friends and had arranged to go for champagne in the bar before we ate. The staff were the perfect balance between attentive and discrete. There was no problem when we wanted to stay for a second drink before moving to our table. when we did go through to eat the food was amazing. The choice and presentation are second to none. I can absolutely recommend the crackling rice with pork. If you have chance and are looking for something a little different I cannot recommend the China Club enough, I only wish i had become a member when I had chance.…
I can not think of a better place to stay in Beijing, and I have stayed in many hotels in Beijing over the past 20 years. China Club is my choice for vacation stay in Beijing, but I will not recommend it for Business stays as it does not have the efficiency or convenience of a Business Hotel or a 5 Star Hotel. The staff is very friendly and nothing contrived about the experience there. The only issue I have is the very slow and unstable Wifi service, which was frustrating when I was trying to conduct business affairs online from my room.
My boyfriend and I stayed here during the mid-Autumn festival and the hotel and adjoining club was very quiet, but nice. The rooms are gorgeous, dark wooden room dividers, enclosed canopy bed, clawfoot bathtub and along with modcons wifi / flat screen televisions. The staff was very friendly and polite as well. We booked a room with breakfast included, which was absolutely fantastic. There was a choice between Asian and Western options. The Western breakfast came with juice, coffee, toast, eggs, cereal / yogurt. A few things that we would advise other travellers is not to eat at the onsite restaurant, which is overpriced (one bottle of water was GBP 9!) and much better food can be found elsewhere in Beijing. Also, we were a bit disappointed with the staff on a few occasions. When we asked for a restaurant recommendation, they would only suggest the onsite restaurant and said they did not have any other suggestions. When we asked if they could please arrange for a taxi on the morning of departure they said we should just go out to the street to find one. It might have been because it was mid-Autumn festival week, but taxis were very difficult to find and would rarely stop. The China Club is a lovely place and has a lot of potential but needs to sort out a few issues with customer service first.…