Sunday, December 24, 2017

Celebrating the holidays at the NUO Hotel in Beijing. And about Zeng Fanzhi, China's top living artist.


Let it snow in Beijing. In collaboration with Genting Secret Garden Ski Resort and TechnoAlpin, the NUO Hotel in Beijing has made its own winter wonderland throughout its garden areas. 





Using professional snow-making equipment, NUO Hotel Beijing has added a dusting of white winter magic to Beijing – real snow, just in time for the holidays. Then, after exploring the winter wonderland, NUO has a feast of holiday activities and culinary surprises including a ginger-spiced afternoon tea with accompanying selection of sweet and savoury seasonal treats, and a traditional roast turkey and a decadent spread of indulgent favourites, from fresh seafood to rich desserts







ABOUT NUO HOTEL BEIJING


NUO Hotels celebrates the depth and richness of Chinese culture and shares it  in a contemporary way with the opening of its five-star NUO Hotel Beijing, designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates. Located near Beijing's Art Zone 798, the pulse of China's dynamic art movement, NUO Hotel Beijing is a contemporary showcase of unique design inspired by the “Golden Age” of prosperous Ming Dynasty heritage. 





It's the perfect example of tradition blending in harmony with the future of contemporary China. NUO Hotel Beijing is an art destination in Beijing in its own right, with artworks in the hotel lobby, guestrooms and suites, restaurants. In fact, the hotel provides a wonderful backdrop for a stunning series of carefully curated pieces by China's most critically acclaimed artists. 


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THE BEST ARTISTS IN CHINA




These include Zeng Fanzhi, considered by international art experts as “China's greatest living artist,” and who has been appointed the honorary art consultant of the Beijing NUO Hotels Management Co. 

Top Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi created two majestic masterpieces: “Le Shan”, a silver and bronze sculpture, and “Landscape 2014”, an oil painting, as the dramatic centre pieces of the hotel's grand lobby. 


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