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China World Hotel, Beijing offers 716 beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites, three restaurants, a lobby lounge, the Aria bar on the lobby level and three Sweet Spot pastry shops. The hotel’s business centre offers state-of-the-art equipment and around-the-clock service. The magnificent fitness centre offers a heated indoor swimming pool and a fully equipped gymnasium. Its steam rooms, Jacuzzis, squash and indoor tennis courts are some of the finest in Beijing.
With the largest portfolio of conferences and meeting venues in Beijing, including a 2,000-capacity conference hall, a magnificent 800-seat pillar-free Grand Ballroom and a host of superbly appointed function rooms to suit all occasions, no other luxury hotel in Beijing offers more versatility and options than China World Hotel, Beijing.
At over 1,600 square metres, the newly renovated Horizon Lounge offers space for both business and pleasure. Guests will arrive at the brand-new Horizon Lounge through a private entrance featuring an exclusive driveway separate from the main entrance of China World Hotel, Beijing.
Equipped with the latest PM 2.5 air filtration technology, guests will enjoy the highest standard of comfort and well-being available in the city. Moreover, the executive chef has specially created a menu featuring items with detox juices, a powerful way to assist and speed up the detoxification process by incorporating cleansing ingredients and concentrated nutrition to help the body work better.
“We are honoured to receive the ‘Luxury Hotel of the Year’ award by Luxury Travel Guide Global Award 2015,” said Emil Leung, area general manager of China World Hotel, Beijing. “We are dedicated to the improvement of our service quality. We will strive to continue exceeding guests’ expectations and to deliver a higher benchmark of excellence service. I hereby, on behalf of the hotel management and my colleagues, give our sincere appreciation for all the committee members of the award and Luxury Travel Guide’s readers for their acknowledgment.”
China World Hotel, Beijing, with its highly acclaimed restaurants, soars over the China World Trade Center complex, including the China World Exhibition Center and shopping mall, in the heart of the city’s diplomatic and business district. Hailed as one of the first three hotels in mainland China to be awarded with a Platinum Five Star rating by the China National Tourism Administration (CNTA), China World Hotel, Beijing has been named one of the world’s best hotels by both Condé Nast Traveller and Travel + Leisure magazines. China World Hotel, Beijing was also voted “Best Hotel in Beijing” by Euromoney, Frommer’s Guide and Finance Asia; “Best Business Hotel in Beijing” by Business Traveller China and Asia Pacific, TTG Asia, The Asset and Asian Legal Business; ranked one of the “Top Ten Business Hotels in China – Golden Pillow Award” by 21st Century Business Herald; and named one of “The Top 50 Hotels in China” by Forbes and Travel + Leisure China.