JW Marriott Hotel Beijing

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					JW Marriott Hotel Beijing

Located in the central business district, the contemporary hotel anchors China Central
Place, an urban convergence of shopping, dining and offices in the heart of the capital
city. Near the Olympic Stadium and the Forbidden City, the 549-room, 39 suite
destination hotel conveys subtle sophistication and includes one of the largest ballrooms
in the city, 1,800 square meters of adaptable meeting space. The hotel also offers an
eclectic group of restaurants including Asia Bistro, Pinot Brasserie and Cru Steakhouse.
Upon check-in at one of the five individual reception desks, guests can move into the
rectangular shaped lobby lounge that has been transformed into a free flowing elliptical
space with multiple seating areas and visually spectacular art installations. Within the
guest rooms, high tech amenities and soft ivory leather chairs are complemented by the
pressed leather palates on the sliding doors. Vibrant contemporary paintings adorn the
walls and pay homage to China’s thriving art scene. Glass panels separate the bathroom
from the bedroom, allowing natural light to radiate across the room and showcase the
chic sunshine yellow and silver bathroom accessories. The open marble bathroom is
completed with an LCD screen above the bath. For even more restorative benefits, the
hotel includes the award-winning Quan Spa on the third floor, designed around the
country’s water culture. With dramatic raindrop sculptures coupled with chandeliers that
float from the ceiling in a spiral of bubbles and iridescent azure curtains, shimmering like
the rain; a strong making of the design element of the 3000th Marriott hotel.

JW Marriott Beijing’s Cru Steakhouse

The restaurant is one of the newest and most exciting offerings in Beijing’s changing
culinary scene. This is a world-class destination restaurant designed to attract the
travelers descending on the city for the upcoming 2008 Olympics and for the many
future business and cultural visitors to Beijing. Situated in a high profile area on the
mezzanine level, both its décor and its cuisine are part of its appeal. Rotating wine
displays, a seafood bar, and exposed meat aging room offered many opportunities for
the interior design to enhance the dining experience. In the open kitchen, flames from
the traditional rotisserie grill are reflected in flat copper paneled ceilings and traditionally
rich hues of red and gold tapestries add warmth to the interiors to contrast with the
cooler and more minimalist lobby space adjacent to the restaurant. An undulating timber
slat wall added to create more privacy as well as to minimize exposure to the daylight
glare has enhanced the ambiance of the space. The attached Loong Bar, with a
dramatically lit dragon shaped chandelier above the bar, is a WHAT spot for diners to
enjoy before or after dinner drinks. The bar is also accessible to the public through an
entrance on the mezzanine level or a set of stairs in the hotel and provides a variety of
comfortable and stylish seating options for couples or groups in the lounge areas
adjacent to the jazz stage.

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