Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing
  • The Aman at Summer Palace is adjacent to the East Gate of the Summer Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The hotel is partially comprised of original buildings that were formerly used by guests awaiting an audience with the Empress Dowager Cixi at the turn of the 20th century.
    Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing
  • Aman guests have private keyed access to the Summer Palace grounds through a private, semi-secret door within the resort.
    Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing
  • The hotel has 51 guestrooms and pavilions in total. The Imperial Suite is its most luxurious and priced from $4,000 per night.
    Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing
  • The Imperial Suite is comprised of three separate pavilions: a private pavilion, a living/study pavilion and a formal pavilion.
    Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing
  • 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. The living/study pavilion is located along the western side of the private courtyard.
    Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing
  • The bathroom includes a bathtub and two separate spaces with a dressing area in between. Each space contains a shower, toilet and dresser.
    Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing
  • Adjacent to the reception room, which can be used for private meals, is a lounge featuring a series of drum stools, a tah bench and a coffee table.
    Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing
  • The formal pavilion is a boardroom-style meeting room with seating for 14 people. This can also be used for private gatherings.
    Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing
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