St. Regis Tianjin to Open in October

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 18 August 2011

The St. Regis Tianjin is scheduled to open in October 2011.

The 276-room new hotel is located in the Heping district along the picturesque Hai River, considered the Jin Men or Gateway to Tianjin, home to many of Northern Chinas most treasured cultural, historic and natural attractions. The hotel is also within walking distance to the major business and financial centers and to the bullet train to Beijing (which only takes 30 minutes).

Were delighted to be placing the finishing touches and preparing to welcome guests to Tianjins newest and most luxurious hotel, said Damon Page, General Manager of The St. Regis Tianjin. The St Regis name is synonymous with grace, style and elegance, its uncompromising and bespoke butler service and location at the most desired address will certainly set the new benchmark in luxury lifestyle in Tianjin.

Showcasing architecture by Skidmore Owings and Merrill, The St. Regis Tianjin will be a spectacular addition to the citys skyline. Located on the picturesque south bank of the Hai River, the iconic 18 floor building is constructed of steel and glass in the shape of an hollowed cube that further complements the concept of Jin Men.

To celebrate its opening The St. Regis Tianjin is offering two nights accommodation in a Deluxe Room with views over the Hai River; including breakfast for two; three-course Chefs dinner at Promenade restaurant; complimentary WiFi and laundry services; and a late checkout from RMB 998 per night. Terms and conditions apply.

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