Ugliest buildings China - Emperor Hotel Beijing

Ugliest buildings in China - Emperor Hotel Beijing

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The Emperor Hotel in Beijing (also Tianzi Hotel, or Son of Heaven Hotel) was built in early 2000 and it has 10 storeys at a height of 41.6m.  According to China’s Xinhua News, this hotel has won a 2001 Guiness World Record for being the world’s ‘biggest image building’. the front of the hotel features three Chinese gods. Fu (in the centre (in red) symbolizing fortune, Lu (to your right (in green) symbolizing prosperity) and Shou (symbolizing longevity). The entrance to the hotel is situated around Shou’s right foot.

Country: China


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