The Park Hyatt in Beijing is fashionable, well located near the third ring road and, taking the top few floors of a multistorey building, generally very well thought through. That said, it gets a little tedious constantly changing lifts to get to the main reception floor, up to the restaurant/casual dining, but to the reception floor and then one lift bank for back to the room and a different lift bank for leaving the hotel.
The casual eating areas are trendy and open, with excellent views over the city. (I was lucky enough to be there when the skies were very clear, with views to the hills surrounding Beijing.) The cooking left a little to be desired. I ordered eggs benedict and sent them back twice when they were so undercooked that the eggs were still refrigerator cold inside.
The rooms are smart and modern, though the lighting system was way too complicated and frustrating. I don't know why hotels bother to do so-called smart things with lighting, when an on/off switch for each light would work way better and not challenge the tired traveler. Ditto for the shower system and the degree of difficulty in figuring out how to change from the (hated) waterfall shower to a proper shower.