(CNN) — Shanghai’s already-hot hotel scene just keeps getting hotter.

The J Hotel Shanghai Tower, which opened on June 19, isn’t just another high-end property.

It claims to be the highest hotel in the world. The J Hotel occupies the top floors of the Shanghai Tower — which at 632 meters (about 2,000 feet) is the tallest building in all of China.

Aside from impressive bragging rights, what is the hotel actually like? The J has 165 rooms, of which 34 are suites. There’s 24/7 personal butler service, an indoor swimming pool, toiletries by Hermes and Diptyque, magnolia petal-shaped bathtubs, a luxe spa with a focus on Reiki treatments and full Chinese tea sets in every room.

The 632-meter Shanghai Tower is China's tallest building.

The 632-meter Shanghai Tower is China’s tallest building.

J Hotel Shanghai Tower

The hotel has four suites, with the most expensive being the 380 square meter Shanghai Suite. Besides the bedroom, this suite includes a parlor, study, kitchen, physiotherapy area and a room just for getting dressed. (The hotel did not reply to CNN Travel’s request for a price.)

Jin Yan, one of the hotel restaurants, is decked out in traditional Chinese red.

Jin Yan, one of the hotel restaurants, is decked out in traditional Chinese red.

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The least expensive room goes for 3,601 RMB (about $557) per night, while the J Suite — one notch less posh han the Shanghai Suite — costs 67,628 RMB per night (about $10,467).

There are also seven different places to eat within the hotel including a Cantonese restaurant called Heavenly Jin on the top (that would be 120th) floor. There are also restaurants offering Japanese food, Italian food

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