Finding an ideal luxury resort in Beijing does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Zhi Resort.Beijing, a nice option for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a refrigerator, a minibar, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Zhi Resort.Beijing offers guests free wifi.
The resort features 24 hour front desk, 24 hour check-in, and a concierge. Plus, Zhi Resort.Beijing offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Beijing, Zhi Resort.Beijing is located a short distance from National Indoor Stadium (1.6 mi) and Niaochao National Stadium (1.6 mi).
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Starbucks (Ao YunCun), COSTA COFFEE(PanGu DaGuan), or Sculpting In Time Coffee (WaiJingMao), which are all conveniently located a short distance from Zhi Resort.Beijing.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Olympic Park (0.9 mi), Olympic Forest Park (1.2 mi), or Beiding Niangniangmiao (1.2 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Zhi Resort.Beijing puts the best of Beijing at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This resort is in a compound away from the busy streets of Beijing and is a nice escape from the City. As others have mentioned, it is a very Chinese-style hotel, with hard beds and limited English, but the rooms are clean and comfortable, morning breakfast selection is decent (though the coffee machine seems to break a lot), the gym and pool area are great, and the surrounding area is a respite from the big city. Internet was spotty and required local phone number for SMS confirmation. We stayed in the Zhi (Purple Jade) resort for one week on business. The pool and gym are a separate health club that is included with your resort reservation. There is an olympic sized pool, modern fitness equipment (cardio machines and cable systems), and a very nice pool lounge/bar area with hot tub (filled with rubber duckies) in the evenings. There are several restaurants within the compound (one Western, one Chinese, and a cafe). Some rooms include a food ticket for up to 200RMB towards meal. The resort also has a free bike rental to bike around the several paths of the property around the lake. There is a random deer sanctuary, a lotus pond, and other hidden treasures around the property to explore. It is quite far from the center of Beijing, but this resort is a good choice if you want to be away from the chaos of the city or have meetings on the 5th/4th ring road or near the Olympic Stadium.…
We were surprised that Beijing has such a unique beautiful nice and quite place to stay. We stayed there 3 days and were able to see this Amazing place! With white and black Swine, peacock, and many, many other more, I am convinced I have to come back next time I visit Beijing. By the way, the lady in the front desk was so very helpful, and take extra miles to make us feel we are warmly welcomed.
Came to this resort because they advertised great amenities. Nothing is what it seems at this facility. You will be very disappointed to spend any time here. They use language as a barrier; to not cater to foreigners. The beds are rock hard and housekeeping hardly cleans the room at all. I am extremely disappointed. Waste of your money. Shame because it has amazing potential, but we were let down. That is it. Buyer be very aware!
So I was searching for a nice resort to stay in during the last couple of days in Beijing. We booked this hotel but I was surprised when I went there, hotel per night was so high compared to other hotels we went to in Beijing but the stay wasn't nice. There is no service in the hotel, you will have to pick up your own Bags to the room, the place looks so old and their breakfast was the worse. The only thing I liked there was the hot spring, other than that nothing was nice.
The bedroom was OK, the bathroom looked a bit "dated". The price was good but I think it could be improved with some money spent on redecoration and new bathroom. The swimming pool was excellent, a large free form pool kept very clean and plenty of sun loungers. I went towards the end of May and despite the weather being hot every day it was disappointing that the poolside bar and the outside bar/restaurant were closed. Apparently they were due to open on the 1st June.
Decent hotel, would probably rate it as a 3 star hotel by western standards. Very beautiful meadows where wedding ceremony are taking place. It is located near the Olympic park i.e. Far from the centre. The staff does not or barely speak English.
Went there with my wife on our honeymoon trip and we had very mixed feelings about the whole experience. The hotel in itself is clean enough and the facilities include pool, though only open in summer months and empty the rest of the time, gym and general fitness, a fairly pricey restaurant and some gardens with birds and other animals. The resort is quite tucked away in its own compound and the directions on the website are very unclear making it near impossible to find unless you find a local taxi or try to get your driver to follow a satnav, which they are not keen on. Our room was just by the reception and we were awaken at 6am by the staff setting up the breakfast buffet. Also, considering we were on Beijing's outskirts, the internet was appalling. There are plenty of shops and restaurants around but it is actually quite far from the city centre.…
Difficult place to review as our room was nicely decorated and breakfast was good (but not included). The hotel is located close to the Olympic site and has clearly seen better days. The gardens and tropical surroundings attracted us but were unfortunately not very well kept. There are peacocks and other animals in the vicinity but most are in small, dirty cages around the gardens. It's a long way out if town. Arriving at the train station the official taxis refused to take us there despite us waiting over an hour in the queue. We were then severely harassed by taxi touts who wanted to charge us exorbitant rates. In the end we got there on the underground, which was fine, but involved 2 stops with large cases on a very hot day. We phoned the hotel to find out which station to get metro from but they spoke very little English and couldn't help. Took us 3 hours from train arriving to getting to hotel. There is small room service menu but no alcohol is available and no bar on site. We asked for directions to nearest bar/ restaurant but staff weren't willing to help unless we wanted directions to their partner location that's across the park and very over priced. We found decent eating places in the end but exploring the area on foot. The staff were generally either unhelpful or didn't speak enough English to assist us with even simple requests. We hope to return to Beijing but will stay in the city centre in order to avoid the awful taxi touts! …
Delicious Asian style breakfast buffet and wonderful serving staff. No breakfast choices for Westerners who don't care for Chinese food. Overall, the hotel caters to Chinese people. We are Westerners and stayed for six days due to a business commitment. We would not stay again. The bed was hard and lumpy. The bathroom was not very clean and the linens were a little gray and worn. Front desk staff was not very helpful giving information about getting around the city, events at the resort, or making room change accommodations. Staff spoke almost no English. The hotel is very noisy at night - hall floors are not carpeted and walls are very thin. The location of the hotel is not ideal for anyone wanting to see Beijing and historic sites. It is about a 45 min taxi ride to the city. The grounds are pleasant and quiet to walk around, but it's a 20 minute walk just to find a place to buy fruit or water. Wifi is very limited and slow.…