Seven-star hotel in China
In China, opened the first seven-star hotel, which luxury can compete with first-class establishments in London, New York and Dubai. The Wanda Reign Hotel on the Bund Embankment in Shanghai was built for three years and cost $ 515 million, and a large part of the amount was spent on exquisite interior decoration.
The design was developed by the British company Foster + Partners, which mixed the Art Deco style with the style of Chinese interiors of the early 20th century, incorporating magnolia and traditional Suzhou embroidery.
In the lobby, guests walk along jadeite-lined floors between marble columns, antique furniture and walls with mosaics and works of modern Chinese artists.
The refined design extends to the entire interior: in the four dining rooms - massive chandeliers and stained glass windows. These rooms are served by Marc Restaurant under the direction of Michelin-starred chef Marc Mano, a cafeteria, a Chinese restaurant, a Japanese-style establishment and a lobby lounge.
For events there is a dance hall with an area of 720 square meters with ceilings eight meters high. It offers panoramic views of the Pudong area and the Huangpu River.
The hotel also has, perhaps, the most luxurious karaoke room - Universe KTV. Each of the indoor karaoke club rooms has its own dance floor, disco lasers and the latest audiovisual equipment.
In the nightlife zone of the hotel there is the Club Reign Club with its own wine and cigar bars, as well as an open-air cocktail bar.
The next day to cope with the effects of a stormy night, guests can go to one of the exclusive Shui Spa spas. Each cabin has its own sauna, large pools with hot and cold water, and rooms for various procedures and relaxation.
The hotel has 193 rooms, prices that start at $ 430 per night. Each is equipped with the latest technology: there are massage chairs and electronic door eyes.