Now that you've read up on our top hotels in China, here are a few more that will make you want to mosey over to the world's fourth largest country.
Commune by the Great Wall
Twelve ultra-modern residences await you at Commune by the Great Wall. If "different" is what you're after, then look no further. Each residence is designed by a different contemporary Asian architect. We recommend the Split House which sits high above the other residences and has a brook flowing underneath the hall's glass floor. If you're looking for something seriously funky, check out the Distorted Courtyard.
The Peninsula Beijing
Located in the heart of Beijing, The Peninsula's grand exterior is hard to miss. Inspired by the city's architectural traditions, it could...Read the full review.
The St. Regis Beijing
Located within Beijing's tranquil, tree-lined diplomatic, business and shopping district, The St. Regis Beijing has it...Read the full review.
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
Luxuriate in the beauty of this waterfront hotel overlooking Victoria Harbor and the financial district. Each of the...Read the full review.
Landmark Mandarin Oriental
Naturally, we're fans of the Mandarin Oriental hotels, and this outpost is one of the best. Located in the Central district...Read the full review.
The Upper House
We're not denying it. The Peninsula is Hong Kong's grande dame. But sometimes we're in the mood to cavort with a sassy...Read the full review.
The Peninsula Hong Kong
Known as the Grande Dame of the Far East, this 80-year-old hotel with views of Victoria Harbour encompasses both Eastern and Western elements with a flair for the opulent. The hotel boasts its own fleet of Rolls-Royce Extended Wheelbase Phantoms and a helicopter shuttle service. There's also a state-of-the-art fitness center, spa and Roman-style pool.
If you're looking to roll the dice, Altira Macau is worth the gamble. This contemporary 38-story hotel is located on Macau's...Read the full review.
For those who love the guilty pleasures of the Nevada desert, staying at this hotel is a Wynn-Wynn situation. Steve Wynn's...Read the full review.
Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai
There is something oh so soothing about the timelessness of the Four Seasons' style, as well as the brand's reliable luxe...Read the full review.
Make yourself at home in this luxury boutique hotel. Given that JIA means "home" in Mandarin, this hotel melds hotel service with an apartment-style “home” living feel. Located in a 1920s European building, each of the 55 rooms comes with a different color theme and a contemporary flair, including Gio Ponti chairs and sofas. Close to the hip boutique scene on Nanjing road, you can shop till you drop and then go "home" to your hotel room.
Le Royal Meridien Shanghai
One of Shanghai's landmark buildings, the 66-story Le Royal Meridien on world-famous Nanjing Road combines style...Read the full review.
The PuLi Hotel and Spa
When it comes to the lodging scene in Shanghai these days, the defining word is one-upmanship. Just when you think a hotel has come...Read the full review.
Shangri-La Hotel Xian
Although small by Chinese standards, with just 386 rooms, the Shangri-La Hotel, Xian has set the bar for luxury...Read the full review.
(Updated 03/29/13 CT)