China World Summit Wing, Beijing
A luxurious sanctuary with unrivaled views over the historic city center
With unrivaled views over the historic city center, China World Summit Wing is located in the heart of Beijing's Central Business District. The hotel offers a luxurious sanctuary on the upper floors of Beijing's newest landmark, the new 330-meter-tall China World Tower, soaring 81 floors above the China World Trade Center area. The hotel has 278 guestrooms and suites, four designer restaurants, two bars and a lounge and four exclusive venues devoted to private dining, one of which is an observation deck on level 81. It also features CHI The Spa, Shangri-La's signature spa brand.
Nadaman offers guests the finest in Japanese culinary art, served in a contemporary Japanese setting designed by a Hong Kong based design consultant company, Stickman Tribe. Together with Chef Masanori Mishima at the sushi bar, Chef Katsuhiro Terada and Chef Yuuto Hayashi in the main kitchen and the hotel’s other Chinese chefs, Chef Karasawa leads the cooking team to present classic and contemporary Japanese cuisine to diners in Beijing.
Grill 79, the highest restaurant in Beijing,opened in August 2010 and has fast become one of the city’s leading dining destinations. The new menu at Grill 79 uses only natural and fresh ingredients in dish preparation. The culinary team works closely with local farmers and producers to ensure reliable sources and supplies of fresh vegetables and herbs, seafood and dairy products.
Luxos Recommends: Salmon Teriyaki
A perfect venue for those who appreciate the finer things in life. Atmosphere's attention to detail in interior design is a result of renowned New York designer, Adam D. Tihany. The theme plays with dual concepts of Ying versus Yang and heaven versus earth. The setting on the hotel’s 80th floor, making it the highest bar in the city, against the backdrop of Beijing’s gleaming skyline. Not to be outdone, the menu of far-sourced spirits and vintage cocktails will take you on an adventure devoted to the art of pleasure. The distinguished tradition of bartending is revitalized by live music entertainment and the venue’s resident DJ.
Luxos Recommends: The Razmopolitan Cocktail
Afternoon Tea in "The Lounge"
The Lounge’s culinary team celebrates the art of culinary delights with chic “comfort cuisine,” adding a creative twist to perennial international favourites and local specialities. A menu highlight is the culinary team’s take on the hamburger, with interpretations from the world’s capital cities, transforming the humble snack into a gourmet meal. Afternoons at The Lounge are an opportunity to indulge in elegant afternoon tea sets, served daily, including four Afternoon Tea selections, eight kinds of hot chocolate and more than 20 kinds of cheesecake.
Influenced by the bespoke features of the hotel venues on levels 79 and 80, the interior recalls traditional Chinese symbolism and plays with the duality of yin and yang, the dual concept of heaven and earth prevalent in Chinese culture.
To highlight the “heavenly” concept even further, ceiling features are highlighted. Custom-made glass light spheres sparkle while seemingly suspended in mid-air, while furnishings with luxe fabrics in jewel-toned shades of amethyst and jade provide softness and warmth. Soaring floor-to-ceiling windows surround The Lounge, blending the interior with the exterior, and offering unrivalled views of the city skyline.