Jumeirah Group has announced new management agreements to operate three properties in China – Jumeirah Nanjing, Jumeirah Haikou Resort and Jumeirah Wuhan.
Set to open its doors in 2016, Jumeirah Nanjing will be a 40-minutes drive from Nanjing Lukou International Airport, and a mere one-hour train ride from Shanghai. Set in the Hexi new business district, the hotel will be part of a mixed-use development that also consists of office and retail space, a conference centre, and a 4-star hotel.
The 250-room hotel is designed by architect Zaha Hadid and will offer an all-day dining and Chinese speciality restaurant, café, lobby lounge, tea lounge, bar, junior ballroom, executive club lounge, business centre, fitness centre, Talise Spa and an indoor swimming pool.
For a story on Nanjing and its roles in the development of Eastern China, click here.
Next on the list is the Jumeirah Haikou Resort – currently scheduled to open in 2018. Set on a 136-hectare private island, the property will be part of an exclusive golf community, consisting of a golf course and 60 luxury residential villas.
With 140 guestrooms including 26 suites, Jumeirah Haikou Resort will feature several food and beverage outlets, including an all-day dining option, a Chinese restaurant, lobby lounge, and bar. Recreational facilities will include a premier leisure club lounge, kids’ club, fitness centre and Talise Spa.
The final new development is Jumeirah Wuhan, to be opened in 2020. Set near the existing Hankou business district, the hotel will be part of a mixed-use development. Designed by Foster and Partners, it will offer 200 guestrooms, an all-day dining restaurant, lobby lounge, bar, function space, executive club lounge and business centre. Recreational facilities will comprise of a fitness centre, Talise Spa and indoor swimming pool.
For an Inside China report on Wuhan, click here.
For more information, visit jumeirah.com