The China World Hotel Beijing (Zhongguo Dafandian), a Shangri-La hotel located in the China World Trade Center complex, is unarguably one of the best large hotels in Beijing, with a mid- to high-end range of price options across 716 rooms and suites, all renovated in 2003, that allow budget travelers willing to splurge for a night or two a spot of luxury while providing world-class opulence for those with the necessary deep pockets. The building's curvilinear architecture is reflected in the rooms, creating unique, spacious rooms with tasteful luxury touches like Italian marble bathroom details, dark wood paneling and top-quality beds. To top it all off, the China World boasts some of the most highly regarded restaurants and bars in Chaoyang. The popular Summer Palace serves dishes from throughout China, and is especially well known for its Cantonese offerings and dim sum; Aria's contemporary European cuisine and wine selection have earned it high accolades in the restaurant world; and Nadaman is a more than respectable choice for contemporary Japanese. Other offerings at this Beijing hotel include meeting facilities, a business center, tennis, racquetball, fitness facilities, massage and sauna. If shopping is your thing, you're in good shape. The adjacent China World Shopping Mall should satisfy the pickiest high-end tastes, while, just a stone's throw away, Panjiayuan Market offers antiques, souvenirs and traditional arts and crafts (weekends are especially lively). For adventures further afield, the Guomao metro station is within easy walking distance, and cabs are an easy catch. The haggler's paradise of Xiushui Silk Market is one Metro stop to the west.