New Luxury Hotel for Nanjing

The Ritz-Carlton, Nanjing has opened in Xinjiekou, the city’s dynamic business, and lifestyle hub, offering business travellers luxury accommodation in one of China’s most historic cities.

Offering guests stunning views of the famous Xuanwu Lake and Purple Mountain, The Ritz-Carlton, Nanjing is located 42 kilometers, or less than an hour’s drive, from Nanjing Lukou International Airport, which strategically connects the city to many domestic and international destinations.

The hotel features 295 tastefully-appointed rooms, including 32 spacious suites with kitchen and dining areas. The hotel’s sumptuous interiors were by Design Studio SPIN, a well-known architectural firm. The five fundamental elements in Chinese culture – wood, fire, earth, metal, and water – are represented throughout the hotel, creating a remarkable fusion of the city’s ancient past with contemporary luxury and comfort.

READ: Qatar Airways’ Thomas Scruby on Maintaining a Network Through the COVID-19 Epidemic

Guests staying in The Ritz-Carlton Club rooms have 24-hour access to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge on the 58th floor with its panoramic views and enjoy exclusive amenities such as the signature Afternoon Tea, part of five culinary presentations throughout the day.

Helmed by executive chef Sven Wunram, the five distinctive food and beverage outlets at The Ritz-Carlton, Nanjing showcase the best of Chinese and international cuisine and include Pin Ning Fu, which elevates the cuisine of Nanjing; Dai Yuet Heen, a refined Cantonese restaurant; and Lavandula, an all-day dining outlet offering an array of Chinese and international menu options. In addition, the Lobby Lounge welcomes guests to pause and connect over afternoon tea, classic cocktails, and light fare; while FLAIR, the hotel’s rooftop bar and restaurant, located on the 62nd floor, is set to become Nanjing’s latest cocktail hour hotspot.

The Ritz-Carlton Nanjing has opened in Xinjiekou, the city's dynamic business and lifestyle hub, crowning the 62-story Deji Plaza. 

The hotel also features an urban wellness sanctuary designed to balance the body and mind. The Ritz-Carlton SPA features eight spacious treatment rooms, including two couple’s suites, for business travellers looking to indulge in pampering spa treatments using indigenous ingredients such as local lotus flowers and mineral-infused Yuhua stones. The hotel also offers a 24-hour, state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga studio, as well as an ample indoor swimming pool.

The hotel is also set to become a meeting destination, with more than 2,200 sqm of exclusive event space, including The Ritz-Carlton Ballroom, which offers access to a leafy outdoor terrace; and The Plaza Ballroom, with its floor-to-ceiling windows, plus seven multi-functional meeting rooms that offer great views and natural light. A dedicated team of event planning experts ensures that every bespoke celebration or meeting is a seamless experience that will create indelible memories.

READ: Oliver Stone on COVID-19 Fueling Demand for Private Jet Travel

“We are excited to be bringing The Ritz-Carlton to Nanjing, one of China’s most timeless cities,” says Henry Lee, president, Greater China, Marriott International. “This is the latest addition to our fast-expanding portfolio of luxury properties in Greater China. We are growing the Ritz-Carlton brand footprint here to welcome today’s sophisticated travelers. It represents our commitment to creating exceptional experiences that stay with our guests long after they arrive home from visiting China’s most amazing destinations.”

Our Latest Headlines

New Business Travel Hotel for Seoul’s Hongdae

China Airlines Makes Online Check-in Mandatory

First Zenis Hotel to Open in Osaka in Q3


Recommend to friends
  • gplus
  • pinterest

About the Author

Staff Writer

The Art of Business Travel is Asia-Pacific's leading portal for corporate travel news and views. We cover everything from airline routes and airport developments, to new hotels, meeting venues, loyalty schemes, and entertaining.