Located on the 43rd floor, The Lounge makes guests feel a million miles from the bustling city, with cloud-shaped screens in the background to perfectly complement the city’s white clouds and cobalt skies.
The space features colorful décor, while floor-to-ceiling windows provide unobstructed panoramic views of the city, creating a vibrant ambiance. The unique bar and lounge provides a range of live entertainments, and offers a selection of premium beverages and Western and Chinese comfort food. Relax and have fun in this urban oasis.
Located on the 64th floor, Market Café is the highest all-day-dining restaurant in Wuxi.
Out of the pan, off the grill or out of the wok — this restaurant offers healthy cooking made from fresh ingredients, providing diners with an international feast. In the open kitchen, our creative chefs cook according to diners’ preference, using hand-picked herbs, for an endless selection of gorgeous dishes.
The space’s busy marketplace vibe is highlighted by seasonal products, a wide variety of options and competitive prices.
Situated on the 64th floor, Miàn Diàn offers diners the essence of Chinese food. Stepping inside will evoke memories of China, while the restaurant’s everyday oriental street food caters to every taste. A wide and varied selection of noodle dishes affords the chance to experience noodle selections drawn from regions of Yangtze River Delta.
All types of homemade steamed and pan-fried dim sum, local noodle dishes, as well as a wide assortment of snacks all reflect the true style of oriental dishes.
Located on the 65th floor, La Cucina has a beautiful open kitchen that offers exquisite and authentic Western dishes.
Talented chefs use high-quality imported ingredients to provide original flavors. The Selection seafood on ice and Australian black Angus beef will make diners’ day. With attentive service and a romantic and peaceful atmosphere, diners are sure to be satisfied.
The private dining rooms on the 66th floor are beautifully designed: the carpet is decorated with cloud patterns signifying auspicious blessings and adding to the spacious feel. In addition to Hangzhou-, Shanghai- and Jiangsu-style dishes, the private dining rooms also offer the restaurant’s signature dish: Beijing roasted duck.