Global luxury hotel brand JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts is debuting JW Marriott Hotel Chengdu.
The new, 345-room five-star luxury hotel is centrally located in the hub of the city’s bustling business district, adjacent to Tianfu Square.
“We are proud to welcome guests to experience this historic and ever-growing community,” said JW Marriott Hotel Chengdu general manager Khan Sung.
“JW Marriott Chengdu promises to provide guests with truly enriching, fulfilling experiences, enhanced with the intuitive and thoughtful service that the luxury brand is known for.”
Featuring 298 rooms, 47 suites, and an elegant executive lounge, the Hotel offers highly choreographed, anticipatory service and an elevated guest experience.
The hotel’s alluring and modern design is inspired by traditional Chinese motifs and craftsmanship, and the intricate latticework throughout the hotel creates a sense of place while the meticulously handcrafted artwork, textured fabrics and warm palette convey a stylish sophistication.
Man Ho is the hotel’s signature Cantonese restaurant serving authentic Cantonese cuisine with Sichuan flavors. Inspired by figures in traditional Cantonese Opera, the main dining room features abstract displays of dragons, auspicious clouds and raging waves.
JW Marriott Chengdu offers a range of wellness facilities to strengthen the body and calm the mind including a spa featuring an extensive menu of luxurious treatments, and an indoor heated swimming pool that is open year-round.
Guests can work out in comfort in the fully-equipped fitness centre featuring endurance-testing machines and free weights.
JW Marriott Hotel Chengdu offers over 1,800 square meters of multi-functional event spaces, each one equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual systems and comprehensive business facilities.
The exquisite 966-square meter pillar-less Grand Ballroom boasts a floor-to-ceiling showcase window and connects to a private rooftop pre-function area with garden.
Marriott International manages this luxurious hotel as part of a long-term relationship with the owning company, Maoye International.
The collaboration marks the first of five planned projects in China.