Aloft Beijing, Haidian
For non-US hotels, rates confirmed in USD may be converted to local currency by the hotel at your time of stay, based on the exchange rate used by the hotel and are subject to exchange rate fluctuations. Credit card charges are subject to additional currency conversions by banks or credit card companies, which are not within the hotel's control and may impact the amount charged to your credit card. Please contact the hotel if you have any questions.
At our hotel, alcohol is for adults-only—we only serve and sell to guests 18 and over. (Remember your ID!)
The hotel will accept any government-issued identification.
Maximum Occupancy Policy
The maximum number of guests allowed per room is two adults and two children.
Animals are family, too! That’s why Aloft Beijing, Haidian welcomes dogs up to 40 kilograms.* Our pet-friendly arf(SM) program offers a special bed, bowl, and a doggie bag of woof-alicious treats and toys, all complimentary to use during your stay. Please make sure they’re on their best behavior—we don’t want to charge you extra for housekeeping!
If your dog weighs more than 40 kilograms, please contact the hotel directly to discuss a waiver.
Upon checkout, the hotel accepts cash and valid credit cards as a form of payment. Checks are not accepted.
No lifeguard is on duty at the pool. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Appropriate swimwear is required for all ages. The hotel cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen items or injuries.
At check-in, we’ll need a deposit—in cash or by credit card—equal to one-and-a-half times the room rate. Of course, you’ll get the extra back at check-out when we settle your bill.
As of June 1, 2015, smoking is no longer permitted within guest rooms and the rest of the hotel premises, in accordance with Beijing Tobacco Control Regulations. Smoking is allowed only at designated smoking areas outside the hotel building.
Make sure your paperwork’s in order—a valid visa is required for any foreigners to enter the People's Republic of China. At check-in, we’ll need to take a photocopy of your passport’s visa page, as required by law.