The Beijing Capital Airport Langham Place (the brands second location in Asia), opening today outside of the airports new Norman Foster-designed Terminal D, is out to flip all of that around. Besides the 372-room propertys of-the-moment digs (think dark-wood furnishings; bold, mod couches; and airy, loft-like interiors), the hotel is crafting a certifiably hip image. DJs will spin in the lobby; a 24-hour tech lounge will keep travelers wired and fed with constant servings of Wi-Fi, small plates, and cocktails; and the full-service, on-site Chuan Spa kneads out lingering jet lag with body wraps, facials, massages, and hydrotherapy.
Even travelers stuck between flights might want to exit security for a bite, a libation, or just a nap. The hotels five restaurants Fuel, Ming Court, Tokoro, The Place, and Portal dish everything from dim sum to flame-grilled steaks, while after-hours Fuel turns up the volume with DJs and live music. For daytime exclusive or extended overnight stays, the Day Stay package knocks room rates down to just $86 for 14-hour reservations between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. a small price to pay for that much-needed post-flight shower and snooze.
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