Jumeirah Nanjing

Exceptional design by world renowned Architect Zaha Hadid

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Enjoy exceptional comfort at Jumeirah Nanjing, situated on the south bank of the Yangtze River in Nanjing’s new Hexi Central Business District.


Experience the masterpiece of legendary architect Zaha Hadid, inspired from the structure of a sailing ship, which also occupies a prime position in the iconic International Youth Olympic Cultural Centre (IYCC). All 261 guest rooms and suites combine traditional and modern elements to create an exclusive environment that celebrates cultural heritage and contemporary innovation.


Home to six restaurants and bars, guests can enjoy the best of local and international cuisine. The highest function room in Nanjing, on the 67th floor, gives you a great place to host special events. On the 63rd floor, guests seeking rest and relaxation can retreat to the tranquil Talise Spa or take a dip in the Sky Atrium Pool, beneath a four-storey glass ceiling.

Features at a Glance

  • 261 guest rooms and suites
  • Six restaurants and bars
  • Sky Atrium Pool
  • Talise Spa, saunas, massage rooms with private bathtubs and steam room
  • Wellness Centre with state-of-art Artist® series by Technogym

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As a guest at Jumeirah Nanjing, our policies are designed to enhance your stay and ensure maximum comfort and convenience throughout. Please be aware of the following policies:

  • CHECK-IN: From 15:00
  • CHECK-OUT: Until 12:00
  • CANCELLATION/PREPAYMENT: Credit card guarantee is required. Reservation must be cancelled by 18:00 local hotel time on the day of arrival to avoid penalty charge of 1 night including tax.
  • CHILDREN AND EXTRA BEDS: Children should be under the age of 12 to qualify for this rate when booking. Additional cots can be provided on request.
  • PETS: For the comfort and safety of all guests, pets are not permitted.
  • SMOKING: Smoking is not permitted in the hotel public places and guest rooms.
  • GUESTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS: We have a number of support services to assist guests with special needs. Please contact our Concierge for more details.
  • CREDIT CARDS: All major credit cards are accepted.

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  • Family

    A Culinary Journey Through China

    Three of China’s most prominent culinary capitals are Nanjing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, and each has its own style of cooking. We recently caught up with Chef Foong from Jumeirah Nanjing to talk about modern Chinese cuisine and the best places to eat in China’s expansive culinary capitals.

  • Wanderlust

    A Guide to Nanjing’s Purple Mountain

    They call Nanjing the ‘City of Emperors’ – a place magic of ancient Chinese dynasties is still manifest. Outside Zhongshan Gate, rising from the heart of the old capital, Zijin Shan or the ‘Purple’ Mountain stands with a steep incline and tapers upwards to peaks draped in strange mists that gain a purple hue at dawn and dusk. Once a key landmark for the city’s defence, the forested slopes now hide temples, mausoleums and observatories. It is the final resting place of age-old emperors and the storied heroes of ten dynasties, as well as being an important ecological monument and hallowed destination for holy pilgrimages.

  • Family

    Unmissable Cultural Events in China in 2019

    China is a country with a captivating culture spanning millennia. Colourful, exuberant, and utterly magical, it’s a culture that continues to inspire, with thousands of exhibitions, concerts, and festivals being organised every year across its rural towns and urban metropoles.

  • Business

    Where to impress clients in Nanjing

    Follow the broad arm of the Yangtze as it winds inland from Shanghai and after 300km you’ll arrive in Nanjing – a city crowded with old monuments and landmarks, tree-lined avenues, museums, cafés and Republican-era buildings. Arriving in a new city, it’s natural to feel a little rushed off your feet. There’s so much to see. So many boxes to tick – local delicacies to sample, places to get lost. But like many Chinese cities first impressions count and knowing your towers from your temples and where to enjoy a traditional tea ceremony could make all the difference. Here’s our selection of where you will want to impress clients in Nanjing:

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Family

A Culinary Journey Through China

Three of China’s most prominent culinary capitals are Nanjing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, and each has its own style of cooking. We recently caught up with Chef Foong from Jumeirah Nanjing to talk about modern Chinese cuisine and the best places to eat in China’s expansive culinary capitals.

Wanderlust

A Guide to Nanjing’s Purple Mountain

They call Nanjing the ‘City of Emperors’ – a place magic of ancient Chinese dynasties is still manifest. Outside Zhongshan Gate, rising from the heart of the old capital, Zijin Shan or the ‘Purple’ Mountain stands with a steep incline and tapers upwards to peaks draped in strange mists that gain a purple hue at dawn and dusk. Once a key landmark for the city’s defence, the forested slopes now hide temples, mausoleums and observatories. It is the final resting place of age-old emperors and the storied heroes of ten dynasties, as well as being an important ecological monument and hallowed destination for holy pilgrimages.

Family

Unmissable Cultural Events in China in 2019

China is a country with a captivating culture spanning millennia. Colourful, exuberant, and utterly magical, it’s a culture that continues to inspire, with thousands of exhibitions, concerts, and festivals being organised every year across its rural towns and urban metropoles.

Business

Where to impress clients in Nanjing

Follow the broad arm of the Yangtze as it winds inland from Shanghai and after 300km you’ll arrive in Nanjing – a city crowded with old monuments and landmarks, tree-lined avenues, museums, cafés and Republican-era buildings. Arriving in a new city, it’s natural to feel a little rushed off your feet. There’s so much to see. So many boxes to tick – local delicacies to sample, places to get lost. But like many Chinese cities first impressions count and knowing your towers from your temples and where to enjoy a traditional tea ceremony could make all the difference. Here’s our selection of where you will want to impress clients in Nanjing:

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