BEIJING: W Hotel Chang’an
By Maria Mao

Designed in collaboration by world-renowned architecture organisation RTKL and Hong Kong-based interior company AB Concepts, the W Beijing Chang’an has unveiled its most recent location on the iconic strip of West Chang’an Road.

Nov 10, 2014


Designed in collaboration by world-renowned architecture organisation RTKL and Hong Kong-based interior company AB Concepts, the W Beijing Chang’an has unveiled its most recent location on the iconic strip of West Chang’an Road. Following the chain’s first Mainland China outpost, W Hotel Guangzhou, W Beijing Chang’an continues to rock the capital with a Wow Glass Cube architectural feature presented the recent Beijing International Design Week.

Enter the hotel to a suspended floor-to-ceiling DJ Booth, marking the hotel’s day-to-night transition. The 25th floor boasts lounge X25, where the hotel’s passion for design, music and fashion are celebrated with panoramic views, world class DJs and cocktails. The hotel’s trademark Whatever/Whenever and W Insider services are also available. Find hotel restaurant The Kitchen Table situated in a sunken garden on an outdoor terrace, while other facilities include a business centre, a heated indoor pool, the Away Spa, and a gym.

Within walking distance find The Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics and Red Gate Gallery, China’s first private gallery dedicated to contemporary Chinese art. The Temple of Sun Park is located just the north for a peek into the vibrant park life enjoyed by local residents.To celebrate the debut of Beijing Chang’an hotel, it is currently offering a Ready to Rock introductory package with rooms starting at 1,288 RMB per night. – Maria Mao

W Hotel Beijing Chang’an

2 Jianguomennan Avenue / 86 (0)10 6515 8855

Photos courtesy of the hotel

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