Aman Summer Palace
The entrance square of Aman Summer Palace
(L) The front entrance carriage porch (R) A musician is playing Chinese
Koto at the reception hall.
Simple, elegant and redolent of the past, the 51 Rooms and Suites reflect
the traditional courtyard style of the neighboring Summer Palace.
(L) A welcome fruit on a desk (R) Many pointed pencils are placed on a
A thick double cushion bed brings hotel guests a deep sleep.
A classic bathtub and powder room
(L) The entrance to a dinning (M) Chinese-style restaurant (R) A delicious
herb tea and sweet sour pork
(L) A sweet sour pork (M) A dinning room is decorated with a beautiful
pretty flower. (R) Exterior of the building
(L) Apple tree in full bloom (R) A gate between the main building and an
individual accommodation building
(L) A roof decoration, on with animals are lined up. (R) Cat waiting for
food at the restaurant entrance
(L) Soundless inner garden with pond (R) A guest can spend a rest time
watching a bird and with delicious jasmine tea and spaghetti.
(L) A half-heated pool facility on the underground floor (R) The entrance
of the main building at night
An aisle leading to the inner garden and to Longevity Hill
(L) The entrance to a restaurant (R) A pond in the inner garden in front
of a dinning place
(L) Delicious porridge and xiaolongbao (R) The ceiling of a dinning room
is hanging the Japanase umbrella.
Traditional Chinese Architecture, Culture and History
A tranquil retreat sits at the East Gate of the Summer Palace. Aman Summer
Palace is housed in a series of
heritage dwellings dating back over a century, and provides guests with
unparalleled access to four UNESCO
World Heritage Sites including the Summer Palace, the Forbidden City, the Great Wall and the Temple of
Heaven.The original complex was used by guests of the Summer Palace awaiting
an audience with the
Empress Dowager Cixi. Rooms and suites reflect traditional Chinese architecture
and celebrate the courtyard
style of the Summer Palace with a dignified ambience throughout. Whilst every modern comfort has been
provided, the design embraces Imperial Chinese layouts, materials and fabrics.
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The Peninsula Beijing
(L) The front view of Peninsula Hotel (R) A greeting sculpture: This was
also observed in the Park Hyatt Hotel Shanghai.
(L) A view of a street scene seen from a lobby (M) A guardian lion (R)
The corridor to a guest room
(L) PC placed in a guest room (M) A twin bedroom with a thick comfortable
mattress (R) A light-control panel
A wide clean bathroom
(L) A wide bathtub equipped with a TV (M) A concealed space for delivering
a newspaper and other papers provided by the hotel
(R) A writing desk is fully equipped with the necessary tool for business,
including a printer.
(L) An office-work room (R) Many terminals are prepared.
A content of the desk drawers
(L) Smart-phone equipment (M)(R) Audio-video set
A first-floor dinning room and a morning buffet
The Peninsula Hotels group has a unique identity among the world$B!G(Bs leading
hotels. The Peninsula Beijing
is located in central Beijing, just a short walk from Tiananmen Square
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The Peninsula Beijing has a collection of 230 suites outfitted with the latest in-room technology and the
finest furnishings. With standard rooms starting with an average of 60
square metres, our rooms are the
largest in northern China. The hotel is home to a museum-quality collection
of contemporary Chinese art,
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Classic Afternoon Tea and refined international dining at The Lobby restaurant;
cuisine at Jing; and Cantonese fare at Huang Ting's restaurant and the
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The article was written and photography was taken in May 2019,
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