Having stayed previously at this property I was interested to see what, if anything, had changed. I was flying in late and leaving in the afternoon of the next day so did not want to waste a suite upgrade and so accepted that I would receive an ordinary room. In fact, the hotel had upgraded me and gave me a room on the top floor of the hotel, 8504.
The rooms are very nicely decorated with plenty of space to sit at the desk, and a large bathroom:
Whilst the bath is the main feature but where there is also a separate shower. The closet cleverly opens to both the room side and the bathroom side.
Breakfast was three floors below in the Grand Club, and they offer and at seat service of eggs or omlette. I had the omlette and it was pretty good. In addition they had a wide range of juices, breads, cheese etc. The staff prepared coffee and tea and the atmosphere was quiet with most people reading papers or their iPads.
Check-out was accomplished in a moment, with a request for me to choose whether to be billed in Chinese or UK currency. A ride down in the two lifts and I was ready to face the subway and Maglev train back to the airport.