Aman at Summer Palace

Just 15 kilometers northwest of Beijing’s city center lays the tranquil retreat adjacent to the East Gate of the iconic Summer Palace. Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing is housed in a series of pavilions 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. 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. This summer palace luxury resort has a variety of dining options, an extensive Spa and a wide range of recreational facilities.

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Deluxe Suite

Deluxe Suites either have a combined bedroom and living area, or separate bedrooms. They feature king size four-poster beds, daybeds, reading chairs, and writing desks. Bathrooms are spacious, with twin vanities and free-standing island bathtubs. Adjacent to the bathing area is a dressing room that is furnished with two large Ming-style wardrobes. Floors are finished in Jin clay tiles polished to a deep lustre, and ceilings are mostly open to exposed wooden roof beams and structural columns. Simple, elegant and redolent of the past, rooms also feature traditional wooden screens and bamboo blinds, creating a mysterious sense of peeking through the veil of time to the romance of another era.

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Courtyard Guest Room

Courtyard Guest Rooms feature a king or two twin beds and Ming Dynasty-styled armoires. Bathrooms also feature twin vanities and separate shower and toilet facilities. Aesthetic references draw upon the region and the Imperial period, and furniture and accessories are crafted from traditional materials. Floors are finished in Jin clay tiles polished to a deep lustre, and ceilings are mostly open to exposed wooden roof beams and structural columns. Simple, elegant and redolent of the past, rooms also feature traditional wooden screens and bamboo blinds, creating a mysterious sense of peeking through the veil of time to the romance of another era.

  • Beijing Tours 2017 - 2018 - Courtyard Suite Courtyard Suite
Courtyard Suite

Courtyard Suites feature king size beds, Ming Dynasty-inspired furniture, and have a combined bedroom and living areas. All are furnished with daybeds, reading chairs, and writing desks. Every suite has its own unique layout and orientation with roomy bathrooms featuring island bathtubs and separate shower and toilet areas. Floors are finished in Jin clay tiles polished to a deep lustre, and ceilings are mostly open to exposed wooden roof beams and structural columns. Simple, elegant and redolent of the past, rooms also feature traditional wooden screens and bamboo blinds, creating a mysterious sense of peeking through the veil of time to the romance of another era.

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Chinese Restaurant

Decorated with classic, Ming Dynasty-inspired furniture, the Chinese Restaurant features Peking duck and several imperial dishes, along with traditional Cantonese cuisine for both lunch and dinner. The restaurant consists of nine different rooms including six intimate spaces for gatherings. Chinese Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner.

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The Grill

The Grill features Western cuisine and specializes in grilled-to-order prime cuts of meat and fresh seafood. The Grill is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Naoki

Naoki serves French kaiseki fare which combines French technique with Japanese culinary artistry. Chefs display their culinary flair in front of guests seated around the counter. Naoki is open for lunch and dinner.

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Aman Spa and Fitness

Aman Spa and Fitness areas are located beneath the resort in a unique 5,000-square meter, double level, underground recreational facility. The Spa features a tranquil reception, nine self-contained double treatment rooms and a dedicated Pilates and yoga studio which are naturally lit through an extensive panel of skylights. The Pilates studio is fully-equipped with reformers and private classes can be arranged. The Spa menu features a wide range of health, well-being and beauty treatments. Other facilities include a 25 meter indoor lap pool, a 300-square meter sky-lit Gym with Technogym equipment (including Kinesis), two squash courts and a juice bar serving healthy fruit and vegetable drinks. Fitness consultants are on hand to offer personal training and squash partners at all times.

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