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New Four Seasons Hotel in Beijing Accepting Reservations

Emerging from the pulse of China's cultural heart, the new Four Seasons Hotel Beijing showcases the latest in amenities and technology combined with Four Seasons service. Located within the Central Business District, this property is set in the heart of Beijing’s most developed area. This premium property is now accepting reservations for stays beginning October 29. 

Arranged around a towering sky-lit atrium, each of the 313 guest rooms is a contemporary refuge furnished with every conceivable comfort. Once settled, select from two unique dining options including super-luxe Chinese and high-energy Italian or a choice of three lounges, including the Tea Garden, complete with cozy pavilions and leafy foliage. The column-less grand ballroom of nearly 2,900 square feet can accommodate over 600 people for large-scale events. The hotel will also host world-class shopping, featuring international designer brands and fashions.

Discover an exclusive address, where guests can connect easily to the prestige and vitality of a compelling capital city.

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