Le contenu de cette page n’est pas disponible en français pour le moment. Across the globe, the Conrad hotels are synonymous with classic luxury. The Conrad Beijing is no exception, even if the futuristic façade by Ma Yasong — the same Chinese architect George Lucas chose to design his new museum in L.A. — is rather more avant-garde than the interiors. The luxury hotel has nearly 300 guest rooms outfitted in pale neutrals and refined materials like wood, stone, and silk, each with a marble bathroom, soaking tub, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Beijing’s Central Business District. There’s a state-of-the-art fitness center and a sleek spa with a cavernous indoor pool, plus an array of stylish dining and drinking venues. One is devoted to Chinese tea, another to high-end seafood, while a plush fifth-story cocktail bar and nightclub is a hot spot for after-dinner drinks.
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