China World Summit Wing is one of the best hotels in the world. Located in the heart of the tower that serves as a beacon to Beijing, this luxury hotel truly adds its own marks to the now elaborated luxury Chinese scene. Part of the Shangri-la, China World Summit Wing is an incredible place to enjoy both on business or for leisure.
The 278 rooms, with their top to ceiling windows will offer you some of the best views over the city. Each room is finely decorated, and includes convenient appliances such as Nespresso machines, iphone docks and LCD TVs. The rooms are spacious and are in the tone of the overall décor, which is grand. The lobby is colossal and delivers straight the classy atmosphere of the location. The gym is also a place to see and experience. One should try the treadmills with incredible views of the city skyline.
Other places of interest at the hotel include the swimming pool, with the highest city’s spa, and of course there are the bars and restaurants. Business travelers tend to meet at the Atmosphere Bar for fantastic views of the city, and then head to one of the restaurants. If discussion must be discrete, they usually book the Chairman Rooms which are private salons.
China World Summit Wing is truly one of the best hotels in the world. The atmosphere and décor are very classy with good sensations for the business as well as leisure traveler. People come here for the service, but very much also for the incredible views of the Beijing skyline.
Beijing, which was a sleeping beauty compared to Shanghai and its “economic miracle”, was reborn in the eyes of the world on the occasion of the 2008 Olympic Games and entered the 21st century with the restructuring of old districts, the extension of the transport network and the construction of towers designed by the greatest names in contemporary architecture, With the restructuring of the old districts, the extension of the transport network and the construction of towers signed by the greatest names in contemporary architecture… Avant-garde art galleries are next to traditional opera houses, jiaozi canteens next to the gastronomic tables of the big hotels, popular markets and designer boutiques…