Sunday, February 22, 2009

Beijing has an excess of ultra-luxury hotels

The owners of a new ultra-luxury hotel maintain an air of confidence in the face of adversity. The 234-room Pangu Plaza, which opened in December, charges as much as $17,750 a night for a suite. The sushi bar, where the cheapest lunch special is $265, cooks its rice in mineral water flown in from Japan. The walls in the hotel are covered with silk, the floors with marble -- Italian of course.

1 comment:

shubh said...

It is nice to see that people are not worried with the current temporary downtrend of economy phase. As the people capable to use this kind of luxuries are not much affected economically, so I think the hotel will get good business in the coming year. Best of luck.