Beijing, China (PressExposure) May 16, 2009 -- The Wellness Centre has a unique twist, like much of the hotel.
The indoor wellness centre incorporates the latest Technogym branded equipment and also provides guests with on-demand professional trainers the Official trainers during the Olympic Games.
Technogym equipment is among of the most advanced fitness machinery available:
â¢ Kinesis Personal: Wall fitted structure allows over 200 resistance-based exercises using a system of grips, cables and weight stacks which ensure absolute fluidity of movement. Kinesis Personal moves the body and the mind, allowing its user to return to original movement. It takes what the body does naturally, adds resistance and calculates a formula that ends in an experience humming with movement.
â¢ Vario - A stepper cross elliptical trainer that allows you to choose whether to work out your total body or only lower body. It is the first piece of cardiovascular equipment that adapts to the user's stride.
â¢ Group Cycle - Bikes based on heritage style Italian road bikes, ergonomically state of the art.
â¢ Excite, treadmills with impact-absorbing decks that offer multimedia interoperability
Hotel G also offers Technogym Active Wellness TV, a new workout including statistics display system that is compatible with TV, radio and iPod, and displays only statistics relevant to each individual workout.
Despite the uniquely artistic atmosphere of Hotel G in Beijing, the new wellness centre is actually a natural extension of a subtle technical focus throughout the building. Rooms include high speed Wifi at no extra charge, iPod docking stations which allow you to use your own music as an alarm clock, and large plasma TVs in each room.
About Hotel G: The newly opened Hotel G Beijing is a stylish and exciting new addition to Beijing boutique hotel scene.
With a striking entrance and faÃ§ade which transforms into an explosion of colored lights by night (hotel guests can actually select their own window lighting), the 110-room hotel is located in Gong Ti Xi Lu close to a host of popular eateries and nightspots in the Cityâs lively Sanlitun district.
A conversion of an existing building, Hotel G Beijing has been designed by talented British architect/designer Mark Lintott (www.mld.tw) who is well known for his daring and innovative interior design projects, notably of leading entertainment venues, in his adopted home in Taiwan.
The 1960âs inspired rooms and suites feature a casual blend of understated glamour and low-key opulence such as red velvet hanging sofas and contemporary Chinese touches. Amenities include high-speed wireless internet, iPod docking and plasma TV with multi-national channels.
Hotel G Beijing is the first of an exclusive boutique hotel brand launched by Hong Kong-based real estate private equity management firm Gaw Capital â and a model to be rolled out in selected cities throughout Asia.
For more information please contact:
Jessica Wang Public Relations Manager E-mail: pr ( @ ) hotel-g dot com
Mr. Marc Bichet, Sales & Marketing Director Hotel G Beijing E-mail: smd ( @ ) hotel-g dot com