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Dining is certainly one of Four Seasons Hotel Beijing’s strongest suits, especially once the outlandishly dazzling décor of its two signature restaurants, Mio and Cai Yi Xuan, is considered. Designed by Tokyo-based Spin Design Studio, Mio serves inventive Italian fine dining in a bold space laced with crystal light fittings, gleaming chrome surfaces and white marble. Cai Yi Xuan, also the work of Spin, is only marginally less ostentatious, dishing out Cantonese, Beijing and Huiyang cuisine in an environment that somehow feels luxe and comfortably casual at the same time. On the sixth floor, Tea Garden exudes a more calming aesthetic befitting its location beside The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing, offering a range of gourmet teas accompanied by dainty Imperial Chinese snacks. For a Western-style midday cup, seek out Opus Lounge and Bar on the ground-floor atrium at the luxury hotel.