NUO Hotel has announced the opening of its first NUO Hotel Beijing that will cater to luxury travellers.
The hotel is owned by Beijing Tourism Group (BTG) and was developed in collaboration with Kempinski Hotels.
According to NUO, the design of the hotel from Hirsch Bedner Associates is inspired by literature, art and culture of the Ming dynasty.
The hotel features 438 guest rooms, including 55 suites that provide floor-to-ceiling views of the city. Rooms are enhanced with furnishings in warm woods and leather featuring hushed jewel-toned accessories.
Throughout the hotel, the company added artwork created by well-known and upcoming artists.
NUO Hotel Beijing features six restaurants and bars including a Chinese restaurant, Jia Wei, NUO’Ki, a Japanese restaurant and N’Joy for international all-day dining, along with Yuan Tea House.
It also features a lifestyle gymnasium, a 25m heated indoor swimming pool, NUO Spa with eight treatment rooms, 2,500m² of space for a conference room, 14 function rooms and a pillar-free 1,600m² Yongle Grand Ballroom.
NUO Hotels is planning to expand its operations in China and worldwide.
NUO Hotel Beijing general manager Adrian Rudin said: "With a civilisation that has fascinated travellers for more than 5,000 years, the depth of China’s history is unparalleled.
"We look forward to welcoming guests from around the world to experience a contemporary and luxurious view of the most prosperous period of China’s past at NUO Hotel Beijing."