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JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central Opens

The new JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central offers 412 guestrooms starting at a spacious 46 sqm with a sleek contemporary design and high-tech facilities. Sixty suites include 18 Residence Suites equipped with kitchens and 12 Sky Garden Suites with an open-air balcony and magnificent city views.
Rendering of the JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central
JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central Opens

Marriott The new flagship hotel enjoys a prime location in Xuanwumen, the ancient heart of Beijing, within walking distance of the capital’s most iconic sites, including Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, Xidan Commercial Centre, plus several metro lines.

“We are delighted to introduce the seventh JW Marriot hotel in China, and are grateful for the wonderful cooperation of our owning company, Yuecai Holdings (Beijing) Co. Ltd., a subsidiary of Guangdong Finance Investment (Holding) Co. Ltd. The JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central is the second JW Marriott property in Beijing, and represents a further evolution of the rich service philosophy and extensive facilities that our premium JW Marriott brand is renowned for globally.” said Simon Cooper, President and Managing Director of Asia Pacific for Marriott International.

The new JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central offers 412 guestrooms starting at a spacious 46 sqm with a sleek contemporary design and high-tech facilities. Sixty suites include 18 Residence Suites equipped with kitchens and 12 Sky Garden Suites with an open-air balcony and magnificent city views. Every guest enjoys around-the-clock ‘At Your Service’ care, providing the highest levels of personalized service for an extraordinary stay.

Three restaurants and one lounge serve up a variety of local and international gourmet experiences. Featuring modern minimalist decor with touches of rustic dark wood and traditional Chinese elements, Man Ho takes an innovative approach to traditional Cantonese cuisine using seasonal organic ingredients. Casual Italian restaurant Casalingo serves contemporary Italian cuisine in a bright Mediterranean-style ambience with an atmospheric wine bar.

All-day dining venue JW Kitchen features open kitchens cooking up global cuisines from breakfast to dinner. The hotel’s Lobby Lounge is the perfect place to meet with friends or colleagues and enjoy the selection of fine refreshments.

JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central is an ideal venue to impress, with nearly 2,500 sqm of state-of-the-art banquet and conference venues. The entire fifth level is a dedicated events floor with abundant natural light and city views. The 800 sqm pillar-free Grand Ballroom features 6.7-metre-high ceilings, a 30 sqm HD LED screen and projector, and is divisible into three sections. It also has an impressive entrance foyer covering 604 sqm.

The 300 sqm Living Room is a residential-style venue comprising multifunctional meeting rooms, dining areas and an open kitchen, enabling groups to seamlessly accommodate work and play. There are also nine classic function rooms. All areas are equipped with high-speed Internet access and latest audio-visual technology. Most rooms also have large windows with city views.

A luxurious health club on the top floor features a 24-hour high-tech gym, whirlpool, steam and sauna, plus a spectacular glass-roof swimming pool at the very top of the hotel.

“We are very excited to open the second JW Marriott hotel in Beijing. With our superb location and contemporary facilities, JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central really is the ultimate destination for both executive retreats and leisure travelers to ‘Live Like A Local’ in the Chinese capital,” says Mr. GP Yeow, General Manager of JW Marriott Hotel Beijing Central.

During the opening period from 26 June to 31 August 2014, guests can book the Opening Package priced at RMB950 + 15% service charge per room per night, with the option of paying just RMB1 for one person and RMB135 for the second guest to enjoy their stay with breakfast included.



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