Chi­nese Con­tem­po­rary

Hong Kong Tatler - - Life -

Bei­jing

With the launch of the Nuo Ho­tel Bei­jing, the Chi­nese cap­i­tal gains a new luxury treat fea­tur­ing im­pres­sive in­te­ri­ors by hos­pi­tal­ity de­sign firm Hirsch Bed­ner As­so­ciates. The lay­out and decor com­bine con­tem­po­rary op­u­lence with tra­di­tional Chi­nese el­e­ments in­spired by the Ming dy­nasty—think warm woods and leather, silk pat­terns on the walls, mar­ble floors, jewel-toned ac­ces­sories—and spec­tac­u­lar floor-to-ceil­ing views of the city, of course. The five-star ho­tel in­cludes 439 guest rooms, with 56 suites and an Ex­ec­u­tive Club Lounge. Re­lax in the ho­tel’s tra­di­tional tea­house, sam­ple fine cui­sine and cock­tails at its six restau­rants and bars, am­ble through its art gallery (which ex­hibits works by the likes of Zeng Fanzhi, who also serves as the ho­tel’s art con­sul­tant) or book out its 17,200sqft grand ball­room for a pri­vate event. The prop­erty also makes ex­plor­ing the rest of the city per­fectly con­ve­nient, given its prox­im­ity to Bei­jing’s 798 Art Zone, the city’s hub for all things art and cul­ture. nuo­ho­tels.com

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