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We love the ultra-spacious bathrooms at China World Summit Wing, Beijing, which, quite frankly, feature some of the largest tubs we’ve ever soaked in. Slide open the double wooden doors that separate the hallway from the bathroom and step inside the white marble space. Giant mirrors hang over the tub and the double sinks, while frosted glass doors separate both the water closet and marble shower from the main area. Neatly folded Shangri-La towels hang on chrome racks and on the marble shelves, while L’Occitaine bath products await you next to the tub and in the shower. Below the sinks you’ll find two wooden drawers; one holds the blow-dryer and the other is filled with any toiletries you may have forgotten, including dental kits, shaving kits, laundry soap, combs, a nail file, shower caps and even a hair band. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s bathrooms are notable for their in-mirror, 15-inch LCD televisions. While in most hotels you can see the outline of the screen in the mirror, at China World Summit Wing, the television blends seamlessly into the glass pane. In fact, we wouldn’t have even noticed it was there at all, except for the remote control next to the sink. Even the water closet has a handy shelf where you can place your mobile phone while attending to the task at hand. Attention to detail runs high at China World Summit Wing and the luxury hotel’s bathrooms are no exception.