Hotel G Beijing Mr. Alex Chakrabarti.
In terms of Food & Beverage, the new venue Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant boasts over 80 different labels of wines along with 20 different kinds of imported AOC cheeses, cold cuts, tapas and daily specials. After opening its doors to the public four months ago, Scarlett has gained the recognition from Beijing expats and the hip Chinese crowd whom have made the venue their meeting place.
The fitness centre is located on the 6th floor featuring the latest Technogym equipment. Guests are not only able to use this state of the art equipment but can also be trained on-request by Olympic Games trainers, yoga instructors, and physic therapists.
Hotel G Beijing has also signed up with seven high profile designers to design their Greatest Room allowing the hotel to feature seven different rooms with a unique design approach. This category of rooms will be open to the public early 2010.
The 11th floor rooftop will be converted into an in and out door lounge space. With two meeting rooms, a bar counter, cigar lounge and terrace, the venue will enable corporate guests to organize meetings and conventions. The space will also be hosting photography and painting exhibitions in order to promote Chinese modern art. The lounge design and modularity will also be a perfect spot to organize product launches and private events.
About Hotel G Beijing:
The newly opened Hotel G Beijing is a stylish and exciting new addition to Beijing boutique hotel scene.
With a striking entrance and façade which transforms into an explosion of colored lights by night (hotel guests can actually select their own window lighting), the 110-room hotel is located in Gong Ti Xi Lu close to a host of popular eateries and nightspots in the City's lively Sanlitun district.
A conversion of an existing building, Hotel G Beijing has been designed by talented British architect/designer Mark Lintott (www.mld.tw) who is well known for his daring and innovative interior design projects, notably of leading entertainment venues, in his adopted home in Taiwan.
The 1960s inspired rooms and suites feature a casual blend of understated glamour and low-key opulence and contemporary Chinese touches. Amenities include high-speed wireless internet, iPod docking station and plasma TV with multi-national channels.
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