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You’ll be sleeping on cloud nine — literally — when you hit the sack at China World Summit Wing, Beijing. Since the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s guest rooms occupy the 64th to 77th floors of the China World Trade Center, you’ll literally see clouds pass by the wall of windows in your bedroom. Additionally, the king-sized bed, located in the center of the room, is backed by wallpaper depicting Asian mountains nestled in the clouds. It’s a dramatic, if slightly kitschy, setting for slumber, and the plush bed is mighty comfortable. You’ll find four king pillows, plus two gold bolsters and two gold-and-black pillows with a leaf pattern, which contribute to the room’s Asian sensibility and décor. A Simmons mattress topped with a feather bed ensures you’ll sleep well, and the dark wooden headboard features two metal reading lights in the upper corners that neatly pop in and out of the molding. Cool, crisp cotton sheets with a white-on-white stripe pattern are simple yet tasteful, not to mention a comforting cocoon after you’ve spent the day traipsing around Beijing. You’ll definitely sleep tight and have a good night at China World Summit Wing.