The Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel set to open its doors this May in China

The Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel set to open its doors this May in China

Surrounded by Yanshan Mountain and the Mutianyu Great Wall

Image: Kempinski

This month, the luxury European hotel company Kempinski will open its largest property in China which is set to become a future travel destination for business and pleasure...

The new luxurious development set on 14-square-kilometre grounds in the heart of scenic Yanqi Lake, Beijing, will include a total of 595 guestrooms and suites with 306 rooms at Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel Beijing — located on the mainland  as well as 111 rooms at the State Guest House and 178 rooms spread across 12 Boutique Hotels, on a private island.

The colossal hotel will boast 14,069 square metres of meeting space, including a 8,277-square-metre conference centre, and vast outdoor event space engulfed by beautifully landscaped natural gardens. The business facilities will provide a brand-new option of a fully-integrated MICE destination in Beijing as well.

THE Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel, Beijing

The resort's culinary team will provide Yanqi Lake's local community and travellers a divine combination of luxurious European hospitality and Asian tradition. Set to become a culinary hub, the hotel will host a variety of 14 food and beverage establishments, from German cuisine to Chinese.

The scenic spa, recreational and fitness facilities, outdoor activities and a dedicated children's club will not disappoint guests either.

THE Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel, Beijing

Far from simple, with no buildings similar in appearance, Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel Beijing embodies the shape of the rising sun and symbolises harmony, unity and infinity whilst the State Guest House is designed with a combination of natural elements and emits the rich and diverse world of different cultures gathering in one place. 

The 12 Boutique Hotels blend contemporary and traditional décor with thematic design, such as the Chinese Imperial Gardens of Beijing and 'Siheyuan' combined with futuristic elements.

THE Yanqi Lake Kempinski Hotel, Beijing

In addition to its unique appearance and amenities, sustainability and ecological values are also one of the key aspects of the hotel. "Electricity is supplied from green hydroelectric power, lighting consists of LED systems and eco-friendly products are used throughout our resort." said General Manager, Brice Pean. 

The development, which is set to open mid-May, is located approximately 60 kilometres north of Beijing's city centre, 45 kilometres north of Beijing Capital International airport and 25 kilometres from the Mutianyu Great Wall.