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Langham Opens 7th Hotel in Mainland China

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Langham has expanded its portfolio of hotels in China with the opening of the Langham Place, Haining.

Following openings in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Ningbo and Xiamen, Langham Place, Haining takes its place as the seventh Langham Hospitality Group property in mainland China, and the 20th in its global portfolio.

We are delighted to introduce the Langham Place hotel to the rapidly growing city of Haining, said Robert Warman, chief executive officer of Langham Hospitality Group. Together with the developer, Mingly Real Estate Corporation, we are committed to creating a luxury hotel and sophisticated lifestyle destination that will be the centre piece of this exciting new urban development.

Langham Place, Haining is part of an integrated complex comprising a shopping centre, commercial offices and high-end serviced apartments. The hotel is a 90-minute drive to Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Railway Station, and one hour to the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport and the picturesque city of Hangzhou.

Langham Place, Haining offers 263 guestrooms and suites across eight different room types, including the 82-sqm Langham Suite on the top floor with expansive views of the surrounding cityscape; and a 104-sqm Residence with spectacular floor-to-ceiling view of Haining.

All rooms and suites feature Langham signature Blissful Beds and Chuan Spa bath amenities.

For the comfort of female travellers, Langham Place, Haining is the first hotel in the city to reserve an entire floor exclusively for female guests. Guestrooms on the Ladies Floor feature soft pink and champagne tones, luxurious bedding and thoughtful hair and skin care amenities for a comfortable and memorable stay.

In terms of dining options, Langham Place, Haining features three restaurants and a stylish Lobby Lounge. The all-day dining restaurant The Place serves a buffet of European and Asian cuisines from interactive open kitchens, plus an a la carte menu..

Signature Chinese restaurant Ming Court, reminiscent of its Michelin-star namesake at Langham Place, Hong Kong, specializes in modern and innovative Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant is adjacent to the Ming Wine Cellar which houses more than 100 different wines from around the world that are specially curated to complement the Ming Court signature dishes.

High ceilings and glass walls of The Salon create a bright and refreshing ambience, extending to a large outdoor patio and landscaped gardens. This lobby lounge offers The Langham Signature Cocktails, and The Langham Afternoon Tea with Wedgwood.

The hotel also has over 3,000 square meters of meeting and banqueting facilities that include a 1,100 square metres pillar-free grand ballroom, and eight multi-function rooms ranging from 45 to 100 square metres.

The hotel features a Chuan Spa and wellness centre which includes six private spa treatment rooms, fully equipped fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool.

The historic city of Haining boasts a timeless culture and picturesque landscapes combined with a prosperous economy and inspiring development plans. Haining is also a prime viewing location for the Qiantang River tidal bore and is renowned as Chinas Leather Town, which draws travellers from across China and around the world.

Jeroen Jolij is General Manager of Langham Place, Haining.

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