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Beijing Hotels :: Hotel G is a Glitzy and Glamorous Choice for the Games

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  Site Where: 7 Worker's Stadium West Road, Chao Yang District, Beijing, China
June 30, 2008 at 3:15 PM | by | ()

Thinking of braving Beijing for the Olympics this summer? Enjoy words that start with G? Upset that the only G-words associated with the Olympics are, like, "games" and "giant muscles" and also "Germany"?

Perhaps you should check out the soon-to-be-opened Hotel G -- where the "G" is for "Glitzy, Gracious and Glamour." And also, "Gosh, we are not very creative today."

Located in the heart of Beijing's central business district, the hotel -- which opens on July 1st -- describes itself as:

a 1960-inspired design concept with a subtle Chinese accent in a seemingly casual blend of understated glamour and low key opulence. Indeed, it reflects the rhythms of metropolitan new Beijing. Hotel G boasts 110 generous rooms and suites complete with 3 exciting and distinctive venues for dining, entertainment and relaxation.

They take the "G" theme all the way to their room types, which they refer to as (seriously) Good, Great, Greater and Greatest (studio, deluxe studio, suite and deluxe suite, respectively).

Each room is equipped with at least a flat screen TV, free WiFi, an iPod docking station and a rainforest shower, and the hotel has three restaurants on property for you to choose from.

If you're really wanting to come for the Olympics -- the 7th of August to 25th of August -- there are some rules. You have to be prepay in full and there's a minimum stay of 18 nights. Also: if you cancel, you're SOL; the hotel doesn't do refunds on prepaid stays.

Rates start at 1000 CNY. Reservations can be made here.

This post was brought to you by the letter G.

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