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Your Shangri-La Story

A sanctuary

at the heart of the city

You know that Beijing is a city of contrasts, and Shangri-La Beijing, is a great base for you to explore this vivid metropolis.

Hotel Garden - The Long Corridor

Juxtaposing the old and new, Beijing offers a shopping paradise in its new malls and night markets, as well as ancient cultural attractions like the Great Wall and the Forbidden City. You can't wait to see it all.

But before you head out to explore the city, you check into Shangri-La Beijing. Upon arriving at your room through the marble hall, you are immediately impressed. The rooms in the Valley Wing have floor-to-ceiling windows and offer grand views of the city. You notice that the interiors are designed with an elegant décor and artwork. The suite is replete with luxurious touches.

You head down to take a look at the rest of the hotel. The 3,000-sqm garden catches your attention. The garden makes the hotel a natural retreat among the urban confines of Beijing. Strolling past koi ponds, Chinese pavilions and soothing waterfalls, you feel immediately soothed.

You discover that the hotel also offers facilities that energize the body and revive the spirit. You are tempted to dive into the heated indoor swimming pool.

But feeling hungry after a long flight, you instead head to the restaurants to check out your options. Being the culinary enthusiast, you realize there is much to enjoy. From the perennially popular Nishimura, to AZUR by Mauro Colagreco French restaurant, you find a range of dishes; traditional Asian cooking through to the new international favourites.

After your meal, you head over to Garden Bar and Terrace for a relaxing beverage. There, resting among the lush lawn and verdant trees, you feel totally at home.

This is what paradise feels like. This is Shangri-La Beijing.


(86 10) 6841 2211


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29 Zizhuyuan Road, Beijing, 100089, China

Check-in / Check-out

Check-in: 2pm
Check-out: 12noon


We accept the following cards: American Express, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa and China UnionPay