Premier Li Peng will be able to relax in an oversized Jacuzzi or tinkle on a grand piano while enjoying a panoramic view of the harbour during his visit for an international bankers' meeting. He is believed to have been booked into one of the two presidential suites on the top two floors of the Grand Hyatt Hotel at a cost of $25,000 a night. He is due to arrive in Hong Kong tomorrow for the World Bank/IMF meeting at the Convention and Exhibition Centre, next door to the five-star hotel. Delegates at the conference are responsible for paying their own air fares and hotel bills. It is understood the Chinese delegation will pick up the tab for Mr Li's suite on the 35th or 36th floor. A Grand Hyatt spokesman said security at the 572-room hotel had been stepped up until the conference ends on Thursday. A police spokesman confirmed that Senior Assistant Commissioner Douglas Lau Yuk-kuen had been to Beijing last week to observe security at the 15th Party Congress. Mr Li is expected to bring his wife Zhu Lin. He is also likely to visit the new airport, Tsing Ma Bridge and Kwai Chung Container Terminal. Vice-Premier Zhu Rongji who will arrive on Sunday, is expected to stay at Hunghom's Harbour Plaza Hotel. Sources said top leaders would not be put in the same hotel for security reasons. Mr Li and Mr Zhu are the only two Chinese delegates attending the World Bank meetings who will need 24-hour police protection.