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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