The lobby is extremely large in size. It is decorated in Chinese traditional style with luxurious elegance. There are many pillars and crystal chandeliers throughout the huge place, while marbled and carpeted floors, plants and elegant furniture, all put you in a marvelous imperial palace. The large seating area is facing the long check-in counter, with numerous sofa sets and coffee tables.
Roaming about in the brilliance of 1917s French Art Deco architects, one feels like backing to the sweet old days. In contrast, on the other hand, the oriental high-rise structure built separately in 1954 and 1974 presents typical Chinese architecture.
The guestrooms are exceptionally large on average and elegantly furnished with modern facilities. Both the rooms and marbled bathrooms are in a very good condition.
There are several restaurants on-site, with a high reputation, serving various cuisines including Sichuan, Cantonese, Huaiyang dishes, as well as western and Japanese food.