BEIJING -- (Marketwire) -- 12/10/12 -- Excellence doesn't happen overnight, and after 12 months of consistently high ratings from guests, the Beijing Marriott Hotel City Wall, a downtown hotel, was awarded a 2012 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor.
Awarded to only 10% of the accommodations listed on TripAdvisor, this prestigious award is given to properties that maintain a guest rating of 4 or higher out of a possible 5; this Beijing business hotel holds an impressive 4.5.
"TripAdvisor is pleased to honor exceptional businesses for consistent excellence, as reviewed by travelers on the site," Christine Petersen, president, TripAdvisor for business, says. "The Certificate of Excellence Award gives highly rated establishments around the world the recognition they deserve... We want to applaud these businesses for offering TripAdvisor travelers a great customer experience."
This Beijing hotel has a lot to offer, from elegant accommodations outfitted with luxurious bedding, work desks, high-speed Internet access, 24-hour room service and the latest technology to desirable amenities including an indoor heated pool, sauna, state-of-the-art fitness center and full-service spa.
You'll also find more than 43,000 sq. ft. of Beijing meeting and event space here, all wired for Internet access and flexible to meet your needs. If you'd rather hold your meetings over a good meal, this hotel offers six different dining venues, each with its own character and cuisine. Morning meetings are a success at Java+, where you'll find coffee beverages, pastries and savory goodies. You could also settle in for a full day of discussion at City Wall Bistro, an all-day dining venue featuring a daily seafood dinner buffet. At Provincia you'll get a taste of Italy with pizza and pasta, while Hawka features Asian-inspired street food in a stylish setting. Pearl offers cuisine from China's Pearl River Delta region in addition to nine private dining rooms. For an after-work cocktail with colleagues, The Lounge has comfortable seating and soothing live music.
About the Beijing Marriott Hotel City Wall
Just a five-minute drive from the Forbidden City, Silk Market and Tiananmen Square, the Beijing Marriott Hotel City Wall marries the rich traditions of China's past to the modern necessities of today's traveler. This business hotel, adjacent to the remaining ancient Ming Dynasty City Wall, offers elegantly appointed guestrooms and suites with features that both business and leisure travelers will enjoy. For working guests, a spacious desk, wireless Internet access and laptop-size safe offer necessary conveniences. When it comes time to relax, sink into a bed with fluffy pillows and cotton-rich linens, soak in your bathroom's deep tub, watch your favorite movie or show on the flat-panel TV, order room service or listen to music with the iPod docking station. Even though you're in the heart of a bustling city and just a two-minute walk from Jianguomen Subway Station, you can still escape with a massage or skin treatment at the spa, a workout in the fitness center or some laps in the indoor heated pool. At meal times you'll have a number of options at this modern hotel, including international cuisine at City Wall Bistro, Asian-inspired street food at the stylish Hawka, pizza and pasta at Provincia and lattes, sandwiches and chocolate treats at Java+. This business hotel also offers more than 43,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space, among the largest available at Beijing hotels, which includes a pillar-less ballroom. For smaller business or social events, one executive lounge is also available.
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