Starwood reopens St. Regis Beijing after US$27 million makeover

21st Jul 2008

Starwood Hotels & Resorts has reopened the St. Regis Beijing, following a US$27 million renovation, including the addition of 28 suites.All 258 guest rooms, 84 existing suites, signature restaurants and public spaces have been overhauled, as well as a luxurious natural spring water spa, more than 13,114 square feet of meeting and event space.

Designed by New York-based Alexandra Champalimaud & Associates, the renovated property combines European style with distinct Chinese design influences to create a unique, luxurious and modern space.

Overlooking the property’s tranquil gardens, the luxury accommodations feature extraordinary furnishing including cherry wood armoires, Chinese silk upholstery, fine European tableware, flat-panel LCD televisions and spacious work desks. In addition, WiFi service is available to all guests, throughout the hotel.

The St. Regis Beijing houses The St. Regis Spa & Club, the first natural spring water spa in the city of Beijing. Since it opened in September of 2001, this urban sanctuary has featured exceptional services in a calm and exclusive setting. Drawing natural hot spring water from nearly 1,500 feet below the earth’s surface, this 21,480 square-foot facility provides guests with the ultimate spa experience. In its 10 revitalizing treatment rooms, professionally trained therapists deliver various styles of European, Western and Oriental massages, as well as traditional spa therapy treatments.

The St. Regis Beijing is located on Jianguomenwai Dajie in the heart of the city’s diplomatic district, near Beijing’s centre for upscale shopping and business. Ideally located near Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, the hotel is within walking distance of the Silk Market, Ritan Park and the historic Beijing International Club.



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