The Palatial Imperial Suite
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The Palatial Imperial Suite
This stratospheric suite, appropriately dubbed “Palace in the Sky,” occupies the entirety (nearly a staggering 8,000 square feet) of the tower’s 27th floor. It offers up sweeping views of Chaoyang Park and the glittery Beijing skyline, courtesy of its teak-encased terrace—with a pergola, plunge pool, and fire-pit that make it a destination in its own right. The three-bedroom suite’s honey-hued interiors channel a swanky art gallery, evident in flourishes like a custom chandelier and marble pedestals that house a dizzying range of imperial artifacts. The dining area easily seats 16 and has a view of the open chef’s kitchen by Valcucine, featuring smoked glass doors, state-of-the-art appliances, and a dine-in cooking island. Factor in a personal theater and a private gym, and you have the recipe for an ultra-luxurious refuge for visiting royalty.

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