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Aman Summer Palace
Beijing, China
Just 9 miles northwest of Beijing’s city center lies a tranquil retreat adjacent to the East Gate of the iconic Summer Palace. Aman Summer Palace, Beijing is housed in a series of pavilions dating back over a century, and provides…
  • Continental Breakfast for two daily in the Dining room. Also available through room Service
  • $100 USD Food and Beverage credit per room, per stay
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  • Early Check-In
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  • US$100 Food and Beverage credit, once per stay

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Suite Privileges Terms and Applicable Suites/Villas Categories

  • Courtyard Suite
  • Imperial Suite
  • Deluxe Suite

Information and pricing is subject to change without notice, including changes in the currency exchange rate. All prices are per night, per room, double occupancy, unless otherwise noted. Prices may vary by day of travel, season, duration and are subject to availability at time of booking. Valid on new reservations, not combinable with other offers unless otherwise noted and not applicable to groups. Resort fees, gratuities and taxes are not included unless specified.

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Aman Summer Palace

Just 9 miles northwest of Beijing’s city center lies a tranquil retreat adjacent to the East Gate of the iconic Summer Palace. Aman 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. The original complex was used by guests of the Summer Palace awaiting an audience with the Empress Dowager Cixi at the turn of the 20th century. Rooms and suites reflect traditional Chinese architecture and celebrate the courtyard style of the Summer Palace with a dignified ambiance throughout. Whilst every modern comfort has been provided, the design embraces Imperial Chinese layouts, materials and fabrics. Our summer palace luxury resort has a variety of dining options, an extensive Spa and a wide range of recreational facilities.

Check In Time: 2:00 PM
Check Out Time: 12:00 Noon

Destination Guide

Local Attractions

  • Excursions
  • Excursions

    Excursions
     
    Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and Nanluoguxiang
     
    The Forbidden City is located on city center in Peking. Chinas existing biggest, most integrity of thou building cluster. It is been one of five greatest temples in the world by thefame.
     
    Temple of Heaven was built in 1420 at the same time as the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven was the site of annual sacrifices by the emperors to heaven.
     
    Nanluogu Xiang (South Gong and Drum Lane, Nanluogu Alley) among one of the oldest hutongs around and has a history of over 800 years. This 800-meter long North-South alleyway is filled with bars, cafes, restaurants, artsy little shops, souvenir shops and cute boutiques. It is worth to spend an hour or two walking through the little alley ways and hutongs around it.
     

Aman Summer Palace, Beijing offers several types of accommodation. Suites surround an internal courtyard crisscrossed by stately pathways separating formal gardens, and are shaded by bamboo and indigenous trees. 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 and suites 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.
Courtyard Guestrooms
There are ten Courtyard Guestrooms, measuring 419 square feet (39 square meters) featuring king-size beds, bathrooms with twin vanities and separate shower and toilet facilities.





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Courtyard Suites
There are seven Courtyard Suites, measuring 968 square feet (90 square meters), featuring king-size bed and separate bedroom and living area. All are furnished with daybeds, reading chairs and writing desks and the bathroom features a free-standing island bathtub.


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Deluxe Pavilion
Situated within the same private south-facing pavilion, the Deluxe Pavilion combines a shared living area with two connecting Deluxe Suites. Each Deluxe Suite has a separate bedroom (with king-size bed) and living room (with daybed), while the en suite bathrooms feature twin vanities, a separate shower and toilet, and an island bathtub.



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Deluxe Suites
There are seventeen Deluxe Suites, measuring between 678-839 square feet (63 to 78 square meters), featuring king-size bed or four-poster bed. Some have a combined bedroom and living area while others have separate bedrooms. All are furnished with daybeds, reading chairs and writing desks. The spacious Suite bathrooms feature free-standing island bathtubs.



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Family Suite
Ideal for those traveling with children, the Family Suite combines a spacious Suite (with king-size bed) and a Courtyard Guestroom (with twin beds). Both rooms have their own en suite bathrooms with twin vanities and separate showers, while the larger Suite features an island bathtub.


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Guestrooms
There are eight Guestrooms, featuring Hollywood twin bed set up, located in our two-story structures, measuring 409 square feet (38 square meters) and have bathrooms featuring twin vanities and separate shower and toilet facilities.




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Imperial Suite
The Imperial Suite comprises three separate pavilions: a private pavilion, a living/study pavilion and a formal pavilion. The private pavilion is the dominant structure within The Imperial Suite and is composed of a living area, a private dining area and a spa treatment room set around an enclosed courtyard. Adjacent to the reception room, which can be used for private meals, is a lounge featuring a series of drum stools, a bench and a coffee table. The bathroom includes a bathtub and two separate spaces with a dressing area in between. Each space contains a shower, toilet and dresser. The living/study pavilion is located along the western side of the private courtyard. The formal pavilion is a boardroom-style meeting room with seating for 14 people. This can also be used for private gatherings.

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Suites
There are eight Suites, located in our two-story structures. Measuring 710 square feet (66 square meters) and featuring king-size beds, Ming Dynasty-inspired furniture and a combined bedroom and living area. All are furnished with daybeds, reading chairs and writing desks. The spacious bathrooms feature free-standing island bathtubs.



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Traditional Courtyard
The Traditional Courtyard combines a Deluxe Pavilion (two Deluxe Suites with a shared living area) and two Courtyard Guest Rooms, all within the same private garden courtyard. Each Deluxe Suite has a separate bedroom (with king-size bed) and living room (with daybed), while the en suite bathrooms feature twin vanities, a separate shower and toilet, and an island bathtub. Each of the Courtyard Guest Rooms contains a king-size bed and daybed, with twin vanities and a shower in the bathroom.

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Facilities

  • Boutiques
  • Fitness Center
  • Hair Salon
  • Library
  • Meeting & Conference Facilities
  • Squash Court

Guest Services

  • Concierge
  • Laundry Service
  • Transportation Arrangement
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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NAMA
NAMA celebrates Japan's tradition of 'washuko' with authentic, uncomplicated and elegant dishes that champion wordwidely-sourced produce, allowing the intricate flavours of each ingredient to take centre stage.
NAMA is open for lunch and dinner.



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Reflection Pavillon
The Reflection Pavilion features a peaceful terrace over-looking a lotus pond. A wide selection of premium cigars is available in the Cigar Room within the bar area. Overlooking a tranquil pond, the Music Pavilion is host to performances and private dining.
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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In-Room Dining
24 Hour In Room Dining
Firstly from Beijing Capital International Airport, take the Airport Highway and then drive to the south for around 7.5 miles (12 km). Then take the 5th ring road to the west from Beigao Bridge for around 12 miles (20 km) and drive out to Yuanmingyuan West Road for 1500 meters. Afterwards, turn right at the third traffic light and then turn left at the second traffic light. Aman Summer Palace will be at the right hand side.

Nearby Airports

  • Beijing (Peking) [Capital], China (PEK) — 21.75 Miles
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