Combining a prestigious location overlooking the Beijing Olympic Park, and an auspicious East-meets-West design built according to ancient Chinese feng shui principles, the Pangu 7 Star Hotel is part of the stunning Pangu Plaza development, which will also comprise luxury offices, residences and flagship stores of the world’s most luxurious brands.
Located on Beijing’s new axis of prestige and power, the complex sits adjacent to the historical central axis that stretches from the Forbidden City to the 2008 Olympic Park. With interiors by Milan-based Italian-Brazilian designer Ricardo Bello Dias, the 234-room hotel epitomizes opulent 21st-century modernity and is set to become a distinct and recognizable icon for new China. Lavish but welcoming, the design strikes a masterful balance between Chinese classical tradition and contemporary European glamour, and the expert personalized services, delicious culinary offerings and perfect location will leave you wanting for nothing.
Executive Assistant Manager Peter Yang
86-10-5906-7777 ext. 6250
27 Central North 4th Ring Drive, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
TOP SUITE: PANGU PRESIDENTIAL SUITE
Number of rooms in suite: Five Number of entrances to suite: One
Number of baths: Two, each 269 square feet, with separate monsoon rain showers and Kaldewei hot tubs from Germany
Suite style: Opulent, East-meets-West elegance, by Ricardo Bello Dias. No expense was spared in the making of this suite: Marble sourced from Europe was hand-engraved with traditional Chinese motifs by local craftsmen, and furnishings, lighting and technology were designed by leading global brands, including BAGA, Metis and Baker (as featured in The White House). Gorgeous copper-panel, Italian-made reproductions of priceless artworks from the Forbidden City adorn the suite, an extremely unique decorative element, as Pangu 7 Star is the only hotel with permission from the Palace Museum to reproduce these Tang, Ming and Qing Dynasty masterpieces.
Key selling points: This truly expansive suite offers breathtaking views of the Bird’s Nest national stadium and Water Cube aquatic center. Enjoy an outdoor terrace, eight-person formal dining table, a digital fireplace in all rooms, remote-control curtains and a 24-hour personalized butler service. Spectacular comfort abounds, and you’ll appreciate finer touches like the Frette bathrobes and 600-thread-count egyptian cotton linens.
Number of suites in hotel: 140
- Square footage: 5,255
- Nightly rate: ¥88,888 (about $13,550), plus 15 percent service charge
Wenqi Chinese Restaurant: Diners enjoy exceptional exclusivity and upscale cantonese and chiu chow cuisine in one of 26 individually styled private dining rooms, each elegantly outfitted in a chinese, english, French, Thai or Balinese theme.
Manager Joey Chung
Auspicious Garden: located on the hotel’s second floor and offering a panoramic view of the water cube, the restaurant serves a sumptuous variety of Japanese sashimi and sushi, imported seafood, chinese and western cuisine and delicious desserts.
Kaden Minokichi: Founded in 1716, Kaden minokichi is a traditional gem from Kyoto, Japan with set kaiseki menus. at the restaurant’s first international branch, you’ll sample the finest cuisine from Kyoto in six private tatami-laid rooms.
Happiness Lounge: This trendy lounge offers champagne, cocktails and fine wines, alongside sweeping views of the water cube and Bird’s nest from a 21st-floor perch. Secluded enclaves and a vip room are perfect for intimate conversation.
Karma Lounge: Situated adjacent to the lobby, this residentialstyle lounge is the ideal venue for high teas and evening aperitifs, as well as gourmet bar eats.
• 24-hour personalized butler service for all guests
• Technogym fitness facilities
• Luxurious spa suites and an indoor pool are in development and scheduled to open in 2011