The Zen rooms are the main reason to stay here, but the major bonus is the fantastic selection of restaurants and bars, including the popular after-work hangout Mesh and Mediterranean eatery Sureno.
St Regis With a list of guests that extends to celebrities and heads of state, the St Regis is Beijing’s most prestigious address.
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