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Hotels in China have come a long way since the days when musty "friendship hotels" were, for foreigners, the only places to stay. Today, no place on earth is building hotels at the same speed as China. This frenetic expansion is increasing the range and quality of accommodations both for international business and leisure travelers and for China's fast-growing domestic travel market. Shanghai and Beijing have the most advanced hotel scenes in mainland China, with most of the international luxury chains represented (or on their way). There is also an emerging focus in those cities on design-led independent properties, such as Hotel Côté Cour S.L. and Commune. Shanghai is home to one of the highest hotels in the world (the Grand Hyatt Shanghai) and also plans to build the lowest, a luxury underground property in a former quarry, slated to open in 2010. Some of the best hotels in China are beyond the mainland, in Hong Kong and, increasingly, in its fellow Special Administrative Region, Macau. The latter is making waves with its enormous casino resorts, which aim to attract meetings and conventions, as well as the growing number of gambling-crazed Chinese. China is also developing some fine resort hotels, particularly on the island of Hainan. Cities adjacent to natural and historical attractions, such as Hangzhou, Suzhou, Lijiang, and Nanjing, are also welcoming international resort operators, and luxury hotels are springing up in previously neglected areas, such as the northern ski fields near Yabuli, and at the foot of the Great Wall.

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Park Hyatt Shanghai, Shanghai

Shanghai hotels are rising ever higher—and top of the pile is this deluxe cloud buster on the 79th through 93rd floors of the 101-story, 1,615-foot...more

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Mandarin Oriental, Sanya, Sanya, Hainan Island

At this 30-acre resort, the beautifully landscaped grounds with whimsical stone statues and the range of on-site activities (including a rock-climbing wall and...more

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Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

After $140 million in renovations, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, reopened in September 2006 and immediately regained its perch as Hong Kong's grande dame....more

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Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Although its sister property, the original Mandarin Oriental, has now reopened (with much hullabaloo), the Landmark is no slouch, either. Although some of...more

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Kowloon Shangri-La, Hong Kong

The property is set so close to the waterfront that "you can practically dip your toes into the harbor." Upon entering the two-story lobby, guests encounter...more

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Kayumanis Nanjing, Nanjing

This Balinese-managed property brings the best of that tropical haven to the new China. High concrete walls between villas ensure maximum privacy at the...more

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JW Marriott Hotel Shanghai, Shanghai

Soaring above People's Square in an angular 60-story building is this airy hotel, flooded with light from floor-to-ceiling windows. The lobby is on the 38th...more

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JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Hong Kong

This high-rise's location above the Pacific Place mall makes it "central enough that you can walk to all the best attractions." Rooms have yellow, dark brown,...more

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Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong

Hong Kong's tallest hotel (56 floors) dwarfs the extravagant shopping centers and office towers of Central. The harbor views are, naturally, impressive...more

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InterContinental Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Born as the Regent Hotel, the InterContinental was rechristened in 2001 and injected with $40 million in refurbishments. Since then, Kate Moss and John Travolta...more

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