Shangri-La China World Summit Wing

Beijing, China

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Why we choose Shangri-La China World Summit Wing

The hotel soars above central Beijing, overlooking the cityscape from 81 stories up

  • The 78th floor’s indoor pool is like swimming in the clouds
  • Butler service available for the Presidential Suite or Summit Suite
  • Wind down in the Health Club’s Relaxation Lounge

China World Summit Wing is located in the tallest building in Beijing and caters to elite travelers who want the finer things in life delivered in a warm, homey setting. The Shangri-La brand is known for its authentic Asian hospitality and posh hotels, but those elements are almost beside the point here. It’s the views that keep people coming back. Taking in the city lights from 80 floors up gives new meaning to an “elevated” luxury experience.

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Grand Premier rooms facing the Forbidden City.

What you need to know about the hotel

Traditional Chinese beauty meets Western chic

  • The lobby includes more than 100 pieces of art—such as murals and paintings—commissioned by Asian and U.S. artists
  • Chairman Rooms comprise three separate dining rooms, each earmarked for private dining and featuring personalized menus crafted by the chef
  • CHI spa offers six signature private suites where skilled therapists work their magic to soothe the body and revitalize the spirit

In a hotel noted for its stunning views, it’s no surprise that all of the China World Summit Wing’s 278 guestrooms have floor-to-ceiling windows that give you a bird’s-eye view of the city. The rooms are also among the largest in the city—starting at 180 square feet for an Executive Room and nearly 1,000 square feet for the Presidential Suite.

The entire hotel is heavy on art, with the pieces commissioned especially to complement the high ceilings and spacious interiors. It also features nine restaurants and lounges, the highest eateries in Beijing. And don’t forget the indoor infinity pool and CHI spa—yes, the highest spa in the city.

Where is it and what's nearby

Located within Beijing’s glamorous China World Shopping Mall and China World Trade Centre

  • Visit Ba Da Chu mountain’s eight Buddhist temples—the oldest is over 1,300 years old—built in the Tang Dynasty
  • Lao She Teahouse offers Big Bowl Tea, a presentation exclusive to this teahouse, paired with traditional small bites and live performances
  • The Forbidden City is the world’s largest (9,999 rooms) and best-preserved imperial palace complex, formerly home to the Ming and Qing dynasties

If you’re interested in a Beijing hotel in the heart of the action, this is it. China World Summit Wing is located in the Central Business District atop China World Shopping Mall—perfect for taking in the city’s modern wonders (including the mall attached to the hotel) but also near more traditional neighborhoods with their bustling markets.

Beijing has a 3,000-year history you can explore through places like The Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and the Great Wall—sites you’ve only read about in books. Or dive into Beijing’s modern cultural offerings at the National Centre for Performing Arts (known as “the egg” for its elliptical shape), an all-in-one opera house, grand theatre and concert hall.

How to enjoy Beijing

According to Katie Melua there are 9 million bicycles in Beijing. There are actually more cars, but still, the song’s sentiment captures the romance of the city where 1,000 year old walls nestle comfortably amid 21st century architecture and traffic

  • Put the pagoda on top of the hill in Jingshan Park on your must-see list, it affords picture perfect views over the Forbidden City
  • Pay your respects to the embalmed remains of Chairman Mao at the Mao Mausoleum south of Tiananmen Square
  • Wudaoying Hutong has something for everyone. It brings together the best from the East and the West - from coffee shops and fast food to the VA Bar, which features up-and-coming music artists and local bands as well as its own open mic night on Wednesdays.

For an exclusive insight into Beijing, discover the places just off the main tourist trail. Chonghua Palace (Palace of Double Glory), for example. It is one of the 980 buildings that comprise the Unesco World Heritage Site, The Forbidden City, and is usually off limits in order to protect its gold brick floor. Special visits can be arranged, though: speak to your concierge.

It is easy to find a crowd-free trip to the Great Wall. The edifice is huge. You just need to pick a less popular spot for this stunning attraction, such as Mutianyu or hike to Jiankou. It’s also possible to get a unique take on many other Beijing treasures. The Seventeen Arch Bridge over Kunming Lake at the Summer Palace at sundown is spectacular and the hutongs give a flavor of the city when the bike was still king.

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    When to visit Beijing

    Fall is a lovely time to visit Beijing, when the summer heat has cooled and the skies are a crisp blue. It’s also best to avoid local holidays when attractions can get very crowded.

  • A word from the hotel

    Take a night dip in China World’s Summit Wing’s pool — the tallest swimming pool in Beijing — where you can enjoy complete privacy and serenity with the twinkling city lights on the horizon.
    Hakan Ozel, General Manager

  • A word from the hotel

    Visit Grill 79 to enjoy our selection of David Blackmore’s steaks while overlooking the amazing view of Forbidden City.
    Scott Brands, Executive Chef

  • We say

    You must have a drink in the Atmosphere Bar.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Shangri-La China World Summit Wing, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade at time of booking, subject to availability
  • Full breakfast in restaurant
  • USD $100 equivalent food & beverage OR spa services credit to be utilized during stay (not valid at Fook Lam Moon and Banquets)

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