Jumeriah adds a Dash of Glamour to Nanjing

Dubai-based international luxury chain Jumeirah has upped the hospitality stakes in Nanjing by opening its first property in the city in the prestigious International Youth Cultural Centre (IYCC) development. Designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid, the building takes inspiration from the graceful shape of a sailing ship and captures Nanjing’s unique blend of traditional and cosmopolitan style.

There are six distinctive dining outlets, including a modern Chinese restaurant focusing on Cantonese cuisine and a contemporary seafood bar. Located on level 67, the highest function room in Nanjing creates an unforgettable setting for any special occasion, while the inviting spa facilities and sky atrium pool on level 63 act as a sumptuous retreat from the city.

To coincide with the hotel opening, a special opening price from RMB999 is available from 10 September.


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