Radisson Collection, Radisson Hotel Group’s anthology of iconic lifestyle hotels, will arrive in China for the first time next year when it opens an outstanding low-rise resort, which will form a key part of a brand new integrated tourism complex in the Jiangsu Horticultural Exposition Park.
Scheduled to launch in Q2 2021, Radisson Collection Resort, Nanjing will be set on the banks of a lake, amid an enchanting landscape of floral gardens. This elegant retreat will feature 151 spacious and stylish rooms and suites, ranging from 43 to 336 square meters. Suite guests will also enjoy exclusive amenities at the Executive Lounge. Every aspect of the resort will reflect the rich local culture, with contemporary design, intuitive service and thoughtful touches.
Guests can spend timeless moments strolling through the park’s inspiring scenery, especially during the 11th Horticultural Exposition of Jiangsu Province, which will attract visitors from across China in 2021. The resort will also offer a state-of-the-art fitness center, swimming pool and spa, providing endless opportunities for guests to unwind. Authentic local and international cuisine can be savored at a choice of two restaurants, and daytime and evening refreshments are available at the Lobby Lounge.
Located in the Tangshan area of Nanjing, a tourist area famous for its mountains and hot springs, Jiangsu Horticultural Exposition Park will become the permanent home of the Horticultural Exposition of Jiangsu Province, which launched in 1999 and is one of Asia’s leading gardening and landscaping events. Upon completion, this 6.9 square kilometer park will comprise boutique gardens, exhibition halls and waterside pavilions. It will also embrace smart technology, such as 5G connectivity, biometrics and driverless cars.
The resort is accessible via metro links and national highways. Transport hubs such as Nanjing South Railway Station is 50 minutes while the Nanjing Lukou International Airport is a 60-minute drive away. This will make it a convenient venue for corporate and social events, and Radisson Collection Resort, Nanjing will cater for this important sector with four separate meeting venues covering 790 square meters of floorspace.
“Jiangsu Horticultural Exposition Park is simply breath-taking, in terms of its scale and beauty. Upon completion, this will become a spectacular new attraction for the entire region, reflecting the natural and cultural heritage of Jiangsu. Radisson Collection Resort, Nanjing is at the heart of this development, and we look forward to welcoming guests in 2021, in time for the 11th Horticultural Exposition of Jiangsu Province,” said Katerina Giannouka, President, Asia Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group.
Radisson Collection is a global compilation of characterful hotels and resorts which focus on art, design and upscale amenities. While each property is highly original, all members are all connected by their ability to tell the story of their destination, with spaces that are designed to be welcoming hubs for modern living, vibrant social scenes and notable amenities that leave an indelible impression on guests. Landmark hotels can be found in the hearts of the world’s greatest cities, such as The May Fair in London, Palazzo Montemartini in Rome, Royal Mile Edinburgh, Strand Hotel in Stockholm, and the recently-opened Grand Place Brussels, among others.
Radisson Collection Resort, Nanjing becomes the first new-build Radisson Collection hotel signed by Radisson Hotel Group in China. This remarkable retreat joins the group’s existing portfolio in China, which now spans many important and emerging business and leisure destinations, such as Beijing, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Kashgar, Liuzhou, Ningbo, Shanghai, Tianjin, Wuxi and Zhengzhou.
Radisson Collection will introduce its distinctive style of personalized and privileged hospitality to more destinations across Asia Pacific in future, including Imperial Hotel, A Radisson Collection Hotel, in Australia’s Blue Mountains, Radisson Collection Hotel, Queenstown in New Zealand, and Radisson Collect Resort, Galle in Sri Lanka.