Starwood has opened the Westin Nanjing, the
first Westin hotel to open in the bustling capital city of Jiangsu
Overlooking Xuanwu Lake, The
Westin Nanjing is located in the Hunan Road central business
district in the heart of downtown Nanjing. The hotel provides
direct access to Nanjing's leading businesses, entertainment and
shopping and is close to the Xuanwu Lake subway station and the
Nanjing Train station. Nanjing Hall of City Planning &
Construction Exhibition is just five minutes away.
very excited to introduce the Westin brand to Jiangsu Province and
expect the hotel to contribute to the increasing importance of
Nanjing as a tourism and business destination," said Mr. Richard Deutl, General Manager of The Westin Nanjing. "Known for its
stellar global reputation and emphasis on wellbeing, The Westin
brand is an ideal choice for the dynamic city of Nanjing and will
undoubtedly emerge as a top choice among business travelers."
Rooms at the Westin Nanjing feature a Westin
Heavenly Bath as well as an Heavenly Bed - a
10-layer ensemble featuring a pillow-top
mattress set, a cozy down blanket, three crisp sheets, a
comforter, duvet and five plush pillows. Rooms also feature 42"
LCD HDTV, high-speed internet access, mp3 docking station, and an
ergonomic work space.
The Westin Nanjing
features three restaurants and lounges headed by renowned
executive chef Ricky Yin, including Seasonal Tastes on the 23rd
floor with an open kitchen, full-length windows and views of Xuanwu
Lake, and the Five Zen5es offering authentic Huaiyang cuisine.
The hotel has more than 10,000 square
feet of meeting and banquet space including a 5,700 square-foot
grand ballroom overlooking the lake.
Additional amenities include
a full-service business center, indoor, heated swimming pool and WestinWORKOUT gym with the latest in cardio equipment and
With the addition of The Westin Nanjing,
Westin now operates 11 hotels in China and is set to double its
footprint in this key global market in the next two years. The
rapid expansion of the Westin brand is helping to drive Starwood's
growth in China, where Starwood plans to increase its portfolio
from 70 to more than 114 hotels by the end of 2012.
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