The first sign that things are different here is the color of the complimentary airport shuttle bus: it's painted top to bottom in the trademark Langham pink. Once it drops you at the door of the hotel, you'll find DJs spinning tunes in the lobby, and a 24-hour Portal Work & Play lounge, where you can eat, drink, and access WiFi on big screens if you're jet-lagged and can no longer make sense of your tiny Netbook screen.
Then there are two other restaurants, one serving high-end Chinese and the other more generic 'favorites from around the world', plus a nightclub called Fuel and an interactive Japanese robatayaki bar called Tokoro on the way (it's scheduled to open next March.)
As for the real reason you're even in an airport hotel, the 372 rooms and suites all have signature Dream Big Begs, and marble bathrooms with oversized tubs.
Rooms—with a city, lake or runway view—start at 1,160 yuan (USD $170) a night, and the hotel is now taking reservations from September 1.