The Chang An Avenue of the Wangfujing district in China boasts of nestling the famous Raffles Beijing Hotel with the allure of Chinese culture in its heart. It is the heritage building of 1900. The hotel epitomizes the elegance in all its highly luxurious 171 suites and guestrooms. The interior decoration is mainly based on unique French style. The room décor is blended with the traditional Chinese charm and high modern sophistication to offer the guests the highest level of comfort. Private lounges are attached with the executive rooms. The Grand and Landmark suites are distinguished with such decorations that reflect the country’s glorious history. The Presidential Suite is the most expensive and magnificent with sumptuous culinary art. It offers four deluxe bedrooms, a mini theatre, a gym, a meeting room and bathrooms with sauna and spa tub facility designed in Roman style. The cuisine selection covers a wide range from pure Asian to western and modern French. The French dishes are best offered at the on-site restaurant Jaan whereas the former two are available at East 33, another distinctive restaurant among the four on-site restaurants.