There are two different restaurants to choose from, Albert's and Blauer Engel. The first being an all-day cafe and the latter a boutique beer house serving up traditional German and world pub fare. The pub is named after the first international film to be screened in China, coincidentally in Tianjin, so references to film are plenty
One detail not overlooked was the choice of coffee for guests. This isn't your run-of-the-mill lobby Starbucks. From the coffee beans to the machine, the finished product might just be a java-lovers dream. The property has acquired a handmade La Marzocco Florence machine and sourced Sumerian, free-trade coffee, roasted in Shanghai just days before delivery to the hotel. You may be hard pressed to find a better cup in the city.
Guests can stay connected with free internet access in the rooms and a fully teched public area called 'me space' outfitted with iMacs and reading materials to work and unwind. If you prefer a little huffy-puffy to unwind, the underground fitness center offers a heated pool with a sky-light opening up to the courtyard garden of the villas.
Introductory rates start at 660CNY ($105) per night.