Concierge.com's insider take:
With a prime central location adjacent to Wangfujing shopping street, this vast hotel has been popular with business and leisure travelers since it opened in 2001. The showstopper here is the over-the-top Club Oasis, with its massive waterfall-studded indoor pool and courtyard surrounded by stone columns, teak furniture, and a jungle of potted plants. Overhead, the kitschy "virtual sky" ceiling changes colors by day and breaks out in faux stars at night. In comparison, the 825 guest rooms, decorated with black-and-white photographs and minimalist, earth-toned furniture, are comfortable though uninspired. The on-site eating and drinking options include Redmoon, a swank sushi and cocktail bar, and Made in China restaurant for superb Peking duck.
From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
2011 Gold List
Overall Score: 88.7
- Design: 89.6
- Food: 84.0
- Location: 89.1
- Rooms: 90.8
- Service: 89.9
Also appeared in the Gold List in 2010, 2008
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