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The style of The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing is a classic mix of Chinese and tropical Southeast Asian aesthetics, centered on its own restaurant, Tea Garden, which is styled like a Chengdu teahouse with sloping eaves and traditional Chinese tableware. Soaring 23 floors above, a bespoke commissioned piece by Australian artist Jayne Dyer consists of 144 cast iron butterfly sculptures scattered along the atrium wall all the way upward, paying homage to Butterfly Lovers, a Chinese tragedy akin to Romeo and Juliet. The treatment suites are cocoons of neutral tranquility, employing cream and tan shades to soothe and relax. His and hers tropical-style wet wellness areas featuring sauna, steam room and ice fountain, and both sexes can soak in the lovely sun-dappled whirlpool.