The generous use of polished wood in the reception area may suggest a grand European hotel, but the Landmark prides itself on being thoroughly modern. Rooms, though elegant enough to satisfy leisure travelers, are geared to travel executives, with good-size desks and business amenities. For a little extra, you can stay on one of the executive floors, which includes complimentary breakfasts and cocktails. There's a staff of nearly 700, so it's no surprise that the service
is attentive. There are shops and restaurants in the basement and first floor of the hotel. Upstairs is the RR&B, a steak and rib joint, along with the Sui Sian Chinese restaurant.