With its rich red peony décor and Shanghai-classic furnishings, this double-bed suite awakens memories of a bygone era, without compromising on contemporary elegance and comfort. （Twin beds 1.5m x 2.2m)
Two generous four-poster beds and warm tints of gold make this suite fit for an emperor, and will certainly appeal to guests who enjoy the luxuries in life. (Twin beds 1.4m x 2.2m)
Here, the accent is on cool refinement in this mainly monochrome suite of elegant simplicity that is a harmonious blend of classical and contemporary Chinese décor. This suite retains the original intricately carved Moon gate that divided the space, now transformed into a bedroom and parlor. (Bed 1.8m x 2.2m)
Dream of mystic journeys through Central Asia in this exotically appointed suite, with its richly woven silk furnishings and warm décor, or linger on the private patio outside and plan your trip West along the Silk Road. (Bed 2.0m x 2.3m)
The lotus flower has long been a symbol of China’s history, religion, art and culture. This suite is as exotic as its name, with contrasted yet subtle tones of gold and black in the rich wall-coverings and decorative elements that will make guests feel cosy and cosseted. (Bed 1.75m x 2m)
This highly individual white and gold suite is perhaps the most contemporary in design, while retaining its courtyard heritage and assuring guests who stay here the best that DuGe can offer, as with all the hotel’s accommodations. (Bed 1.75m x 2.0m)
DuGe’s philosophy is to offer guests a home-from-home welcome and an easy transition from home to host city in every possible way. Designer quality is a byword for every detail from the premium towels and bed linens in the bathrooms to the monogrammed tableware. The hotel’s generous complimentary amenities reflect the owner’s paramount care and concern for guest consideration and comfort.