Room 1866 on the Executive Floor. Even though I was on the Executive Floor they wanted an additional 400 RMB/$65 USD a day to access the Executive Club.
Room itself was huge. You walk into a very large sleeping area with a big flatscreen TV, nice working desk and kingsize bed. You then walk through a door into a good size dressing area and closet complete with one robe and slippers. (I wondered why there was not a second robe) From there you emerge into a large bathroom with rain shower and separate tub.
The breakfast buffet was included with the room. The buffet provided many selections from asian to western style omelets and fried eggs. Several fresh fruit selections and pastries. Food was fresh, replenished often and hot.
The overall hotel has several expensive places to eat and one lounge off the outdoor pool. The second night of our stay the lounge however was closed for a private party. There was no other location in the hotel to have a drink and talk with friends.
The hotel is a five star by China standards. However it is beginning to be tired and by western standards is probably more a four star. A plus is that the metro is right outside the door so there is easy access to transportation.