What are the guest rooms like at China World Summit Wing, Beijing?

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The luxurious and spacious guest rooms at China World Summit Wing, Beijing are some of our favorite accommodations in Beijing, since they all offer absolutely stunning views of the city along with spacious areas for sleeping and relaxing. They’ve also got all the modern conveniences you’d want while traveling. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s 278 guest rooms occupy the 64th to 77th floors of the China World Trade Center and all feature floor-to-ceiling windows where you can literally see clouds float by. If that’s not enough life in the sky for you, the king-sized beds, located in the center of the room, are backed by wallpaper depicting Asian mountains nestled in the clouds. Dark wood furniture and paneling on the walls lend a contemporary, almost masculine sensibility to the room, but you’ll instantly feel at home in these luxe surroundings, thanks to a host of amenities including Nespresso coffee makers, electric kettles and china sets on a roomy bar nook, a range of books to read (including the novel Lost Horizon, about the origin of Shangri-La), and a spacious desk area that’s fully stocked with any office supply you’d require.
 
A small sitting area with either a loveseat or two over-sized blue club chairs offers you a space to read and relax, or to nibble on the fresh fruit and cookies left inside the lacquer box on the adjacent table. You can watch your Samsung flat-screen TV either here or in bed, since it swivels and rotates easily from one side of the room to the other. Bathrooms, meanwhile, are discreetly tucked behind double wooden doors that separate it from the long hallway. Step inside the white marble space and you’ll encounter giant mirrors hanging over the tub and the double sinks, while frosted glass doors separate both the water closet and marble shower from the main area. With everything you’d need at your fingertips, think of China World Summit Wing as your home away from home in Beijing.

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