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The Rooms

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An extremely puzzling addition to the rooms in China for me was the inclusion of a large window between the bathroom and bedroom. I still am confused on what purpose this serves. I would guess that it makes the room feel more connected and larger, but I honestly think this is an awkward addition.

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Other Facilities

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From the looks of it, this was a champagne bar in Cru Steakhouse, where at the time they were featuring a popular brand known as Dom Pérignon.

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Final Thought


I liked JW Marriott, but there was nothing that interested me in spending $360+ at a hotel like this. I felt there are other places that have done a better job than JW in the US, and it still seems that case in China. I feel like JW Marriott is somewhere in the gray, where they are better than majority of places, but they are not distinguishable compared to the Ritz, which Marriott also owns.

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