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The Four Seasons

Beating to the pulse of China’s cultural heart, Four Seasons Hotel Beijing showcases a landmark residence from which to connect to the prestige and vitality of this compelling capital city. Exuding all the warmth and flair of its surroundings, the Hotel in Beijing is a welcoming enclave that instills a sense of pride and belonging.

Park Hyatt

Park Hyatt Beijing unfolds a journey of rare and intimate experiences. A View in every Room: the city and be above of it all, See Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, CCTV Tower or ChangAn Avenue. Outstanding Dine & Wine Culture: 3 signature outlets which allows you to experience the ultimate in both international & local cuisine paired with stupendous wine to elevate your dining experience.

The Opposite House

A striking hotel that puts you in the heart of Beijing life. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the hotel mixes dramatic contemporary style with Chinese traditional designs and abundant space. Its four modern, lively restaurants and bars are essential destinations in Taikoo Li Sanlitun Beijing.

Taikoo Li Sanlitun North, No. 11 Sanlitun Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing


Duck de Chine

Located away from street view, Duck de Chine is part of the 1949-The Hidden City dining and nightlife complex. The restaurant’s industrial chic decor creates a relaxed, classy ambiance, while the menu incorporates both Chinese and French duck-roasting traditions. The classic Peking duck combo – crisp roast duck to roll in pancakes with plum sauce, spring onion and cucumber – is also available as a standalone dish.

Huang Ting - Peninsula hotel

Huang Ting celebrates the sophisticated flavours of fine Cantonese cuisine in an atmospheric setting that recreates a Beijing nobleman’s courtyard home. A tea lounge decorated with Ming Dynasty-era tables and parasols serves traditional Beijing snacks accompanied by more than 50 types of premium Chinese tea. An extensive list of fine wines has been carefully selected to pair with the refined Cantonese dishes.

Petrus French Restaurant

The elegant atmosphere of Petrus French Restaurant makes it the perfect location for a fine dining experience. The French furniture, oil paintings, and crystal chandeliers, make Petrus one of the most exclusive dining destinations in Beijing. The wines are selected from five vineyards in France, with about 1,000 collectable wines to choose from and enjoy.

The Georg Jensen Hus

Launched by Danish silverware and lifestyle brand Georg Jensen and designed by one of the most renowned design firms in Europe, Space Copenhagen. The Georg Jensen Hus is a multi-outlet design and lifestyle space that reflects Scandinavian values and showcases artistic design, craftsmanship and creative progression by combining art, design and food. ​The georg’s restaurant is an intimate experience.

TRB Forbidden City

TRB Forbidden City offers contemporary and creative European cuisine in the majestic shadow of the adjacent Forbidden City.  One can expect a thoroughly regal culinary affair here, from the exquisitely prepared gastronomy to one of the largest wine selections in the city, coupled with a gracious and warm hospitality, the dining experience here is unmistakably befitting to the neighboring palace.

No.95 Donghuamen, Dongcheng District, Beijing



Jointek Fine Wines Company Ltd. was found in 1988, and is a world renown brand sprite distributor in China. Now focused on imported wine business development, both in wholesales channel and on & off trade channels in the China market, it set up its headquarters in Hong Kong to fully oversee worldwide operations and became the first Hong Kong enterprise selling imported wines to the China Market.

Yishu 8

This house seeks to strengthen Franco-Chinese relations through art, offering opportunities to European artists to immerse themselves in the Chinese world of art. Yishu 8 hosts art exhibitions, conferences, seminars and concerts, developing the general public’s awareness of culture and a certain art de vivre.

No.20 (Jia) Donghuangchenggen Bei Jie, Dongcheng District Beijing 100010

Shopping & Craft

Pangjiayuan Antique market

The mother of all “antique” markets is home to over 3,000 dealers who scour the countryside in search of antiques, family heirlooms and curios. This is the place to go for life-size terracotta warriors, vintage photographs, porcelain vases and figurines, Qing-style furniture and much, much more. The best bargains are offered early on weekend morning.

More Addresses

George's Bar & Restaurant


Peninsula Pekin - Huang Ting

Ritz Carlton



Sparkle Roll



Aussino Wine Shop

Parkview green modern art museum

Today Art Museum

Ullens Center for contemporary gallery

Minsheng Art Museum

798 Art Zone

Yshu 8