Radisson to debut in Nanjing

The 300-room Radisson Blu Hotel Nanjing South New Town is being developed in an emerging commercial area

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An artist's impression: Radisson Blu Hotel Nanjing South New Town will offer two exhibition areas covering more than 3,200 sqm. Credit: Radisson Hotel Group

NANJING - Radisson Hotel Group continues to expand in China with the signing of its inaugural property in Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu province.

The 300-room Radisson Blu Hotel Nanjing South New Town will open its doors in 2024 and is being developed in Nanjing South New Town, an emerging commercial area that will become the city's new CBD. The property will be part of a large complex featuring a high-end shopping mall and an office tower.

It will feature an indoor swimming pool, a fitness centre, three restaurants, extensive event space, with two exhibition areas covering more than 3,200 sqm, a large ballroom and seven other meeting spaces. It aims to be one of the most prominent conference venues in the city.

The property is being developed by Nanjing South New Town Exhibition Centre Development

Ms Katerina Giannouka, president, Asia Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group said: "Nanjing has always been one of China's most important cities; its name literally means 'Southern Capital,' which reflects its historical influence.

"Today, Nanjing remains one of China's 21st century most vibrant destinations and the rise of Nanjing South New Town will further enhance its development. With its world-class accommodation, facilities and conference space, Radisson Blu Hotel Nanjing South New Town will be a central landmark in this exciting new district. We look forward to seeing this spectacular project come to life."

The hotel will be located 3.3 km from Nanjing South Station and have easy access to Nanjing Lukou International Airport, which offers connections to many major cities including Bangkok, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo.

Radisson Blu has over 397 hotels and resorts globally in operation and under development.



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