Marriott Executive Apartments Strengthens its Position in China

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    Marriott International has announced the opening of the 220-apartment The Imperial Mansion, Beijing – Marriott Executive Apartments. This is Marriott International’s fifth extended stay property in China, showing great support and commitment for the brand, and is located within the capital city’s busy central business and leisure district, next door of the Forbidden City, the world’s largest imperial palace.Ideally located in the centre of Wangfujing district, the prestigious business, entertainment, and shopping area of Beijing, The Imperial Mansion, Beijing MEA Apartments is just a few minutes’ walk from the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, and Wangfujing subway station, offering easy accessible to business, commercial and cultural attractions.

    The property offers 220 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 64 to 228 square meters. Each spacious apartment is stylishly designed with clean lines, accentuated by hardwood floors, contemporary furniture and modern technology. Internet is available in apartments as well as in common areas. Walk-in closets in the master bedrooms provide guests with ample space to spread out, and a professional workspace and full kitchen give each unit a residential, home-like feel. Most apartments have private balconies and all are equipped with an entertainment system with 42″ inch LED satellite television, iPod docking stations and DVD player.

    A western and local delicacy gourmet breakfast is served daily at the residents lounge. Guests have 24-hour access to the fitness centre, complete with a spacious playroom for children and heated 25-meter indoor infinity pool, overseeing the imperial landscape of the Forbidden City. Laundry and personalized concierge services provide guests the advantages of a five star hotel.

    Additional amenities at the apartments include a multifunctional meeting space with natural daylight measuring a combined total of 180 square meters.

    Daniel Fountain / 06.10.2012

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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