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Fairmont Opens Fourth Property in China

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of Fairmont Nanjing – the luxury hotel brand’s fourth property in China.

“The city of Nanjing is one of the fastest growing travel destinations in China and we are delighted to open Fairmont Nanjing at such an opportune time,” said Martin Leclerc, general manager, Fairmont Nanjing. “The hotel will be part of a new luxury residential and commercial development area, and leveraging on Fairmont’s distinct brand of service excellence and commitment to delivering authentic experiences, we will play a role in helping to put this area on the map for discerning luxury travelers.”

The 359-room hotel is located on the upper floors of the 62-storey Jin Ao Tower, which was built to resemble an immense Chinese lantern. The guestrooms have views of the Yangtze River and city and are equipped with top-of-the-line amenities including the brand’s signature bedding, high-speed Internet access, a 46-inch flat screen television and toiletries from New York perfumer Le Labo.

For meetings and events, Fairmont Nanjing provides 27,000 sq. ft. flexible function space, including a 10,765-sq.-ft. ballroom which can accommodate up to 1,200 people, and seven function rooms. All meeting facilities feature floor-to-ceiling windows with natural daylight and state-of-the-art technology.

Other features include:

  • Fairmont Gold rooms and suites, which provide guests with additional privileges and personalized services
  • Seven restaurants and bars
  • The 12,055-sq.-ft. Willow Stream Spa, which has seven private treatment rooms and suites, indoor mineral pool, saunas and steam rooms

Fairmont Nanjing joins the luxury brand’s growing collection of hotels in China including Fairmont Peace Hotel, Shanghai; Fairmont Beijing; Fairmont Yangcheng Lake; Fairmont Chengdu and Residences, China (2015); Fairmont Taiyuan (2016); and Fairmont Hangzhou (2017).


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