6 SEPTEMBER 2010

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Article from BTNews 6 SEPTEMBER 2010

Beijing hotel

SHANGRI-LA HOTELS AND RESORTS has confirmed the opening of China World Summit Wing Hotel Beijing, located on the top floors of the capital’s latest landmark, the China World Tower.  With unrivalled views this is the hotel group’s sixth property in the city and it soars to just over 1,000 feet (330m) in the heart of the Central Business District.  China World Summit Wing Beijing features 278 guest rooms including 29 suites on levels 64 to 77.  From level 79 upward, including an observation deck on level 81, China World Summit Wing Beijing features the city’s highest dining and entertainment venues.  The hotel offers a lifestyle sanctuary with a 24-hour gymnasium and an indoor infinity swimming pool on level 78, as well as CHI, Shangri-La’s signature spa brand and Beijing’s highest spa retreat.  The third floor houses the Summit Ballroom, the largest pillar-free ballroom in a deluxe hotel in Beijing.  Additional facilities include a rooftop Pine Garden and a 95-seat auditorium. www.shangri-la.com

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