This 66-floor hotel set in the heart of Beijing's Central Business District is quietly luxurious. Rooms are spacious and sleek, with blonde wood and neutral colors. The layouts are a bit unconventional, since most rooms open into the bathrooms, with the sleeping quarters just beyond the sliding doors. The bathrooms themselves are a highlight, enormous and spa-inspired, with oversized rain showers, deep-soaking tubs, and heated flooring. There's a state-of-the-art gym, complete with a 25-meter indoor pool and a sauna, and a fabulous spa for those who want even more relaxation. Guests are treated to eye-popping views of the city when checking in at the lobby on the 63rd floor. The hotel's China Grill bar and restaurant on the two top floors offers 360-degree views over downtown Beijing, including vistas of the iconic CCTV tower. Sixth-floor terrace bar Xiu brings in the crowds with live music that runs from jazz to rock.