Pangu - The 7 Star Hotel In BeijingPangu  

Pangu is not just a famous plasticine penguin but is actually a hotel in China so luxurious it has claimed “7 Star” status. It was built by renowned architect C. Y. Lee who built the Taipei 101 – one of the world’s tallest buildings. It has 12 rooftops “Sky Courtyards”, each unique and designed by some of the world’s best talent – with a retractable transparent roof for inclement weather.

The hotel blends Chinese and Western tastes: Italian design sofas sit beside intricate redwood tables while marble carvings and paintings adorn the walls. The ballroom has massive glass walls that open onto the twinkling cityscape.

The Wenqi Restaurant serves Chui Chow and Cantonese cuisine, while the Auspicious Garden serves a buffet with famously fresh lobster. The Kaden Minokichi brings Japanese culture to China with this. The first international branch of the 300-year-old Japanese guesthouse once served the old emperors. The best rooms feature Baker furniture – as used in the White House.

Type: Luxury
Location: Beijing  China  East Asia
Pangu 7 star hotel Beijing building at night

Pangu Hotel main entrance

Pangu Hotel lobby

Pangu Hotel lounge

Pangu Hotel Chinese Restaurant

Pangu Hotel dining room

Pangu Hotel buffet restaurant

Pangu Hotel bar

Pangu Hotel private dining

Pangu Hotel room

Pangu Hotel bathroom

Pangu Hotel room with panoramic views

Pangu Hotel bedroom

Pangu Hotel suite

Pangu Hotel pool area

Pangu Hotel swimming pool

Pangu Hotel terrace

27 N 4th Ring Rd Middle, Chaoyang Qu, Beijing Shi, China, 100101