Shangri-La Beijing Joins Forbes Travel Guide List
The 55th annual Forbes Travel Guide Five & Four Star Awards released the award winners for 2013 on February 27th. Asia’s 8 luxury hotels and two spas attained Five-Star distinctions. Moreover, 24 hotels and 12 spa centers in mainland China earned Star Awards rating. Shangri-La Hotels China World Summit Wing, Beijing captured first-time Five Star Award.
(CWSW's Grand Premier Room)
Of all the award-winners in Asia, seven Five Star rating hotels are situated in Hong Kong, five in Macau, three in Singapore, two in Shanghai and one in Beijing. So far Hong Kong is the region of the world with the most Five Star rating hotels. By 2013, the number of Forbes Five Star rating hotels has increased to 18 in Asia.
Other prestigious new Five Star winners in Asia include InterContinental Hong Kong and The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong in Hong Kong; Encore Macau, the Spa at Encore Macau, Crown Towers Hotel-City of Dreams and Mandarin Oriental Macau in Macau; The Capella Singapore and The Fullerton Heritage Singapore in Singapore.
(Feel the atmosphere of China World Summit Wing)
China World Summit Wing is a Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts property, located on the 80th floor of The China World Trade Centre among Beijing’s skyscrapers. The hotel offers a large sections of dining with four stylish restaurants and two bars. It has a luxury spa on the 77th floor, an indoor infinity pool on the 78th floor, and an fitness centre.
(Relax in CWSW's fitness centre)
As China World Summit Wing Beijing joins Forbes Travel Guide list, mainland China now boasts 3 Five Star rating hotels, together with The Peninsula Shanghai and Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund in Shanghai.
(The dining room- Grill 79 in Shangri-La Beijing)