Marriott opens second Renaissance brand in China's capital.
Monday, 8th September 2014
Source : Marriott International
Renaissance Hotels debuts its second hotel in Beijing with the introduction of the 329-room Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing, the stylish new hotel overlooks the famed Forbidden City on historic Wangfujing Street.
Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing joins the Renaissance Beijing Capital in the capital city and a fast-growing portfolio of 18 hotels in China including six in Shanghai and three in Tianjin, with additional locations in Suzhou, Wuhan, Sanya, Huizhou, Guiyan, Chengdu and Hong Kong. The latest opening brings the total number Marriott International offerings to 72 hotels across six brands.
Wangfujing Street has been a center of activity for thousands of years and the pedestrian pathway remains popular to this day with visitors and locals. As one of China's longest pedestrian streets as well as a heritage site, it is an iconic symbol of Beijing and a "must-see" attraction when visiting the capital city. The new hotel blends history with ultra-modern design in the hotel's distinctive two-sided building, with one side facing the Forbidden City and the other side facing Wangfujing Street, paying homage to the ancient and modern themes.
4Hoteliers Image LibraryThe Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing Hotel features the latest innovations in design and décor, technology and culinary.

The lobby design reflects the 24/7 work patterns of the modern business traveller, allowing for a smooth transitioning from work to relaxation.

Each contemporary designed guestroom and suite offers an expressive style with a soothing colour palette, complemented by an artful blend of luxury amenities including plush bedding, flat-screen televisions and complimentary wireless high-speed internet. The hotel's executive lounge offers sweeping panoramic views of the Forbidden City.
"This is an exciting time for Renaissance Hotels and for our guests who are discovering fabulous new design, local culinary inspiration and discovery around every corner," said Henry Lee, Greater China Chief Operations Officer for Marriott International.  "We are thrilled to once again introduce the excitement of Renaissance Hotels to the ancient heart of the capital, embracing the spirit of this fabled destination."
Destination dining includes Hutong Place, an exclusive venue for private dining and entertainment, with imperial Qing Dynasty Palace cuisine; authentic Cantonese cuisine at residential-style signature Chinese restaurant Wanli; signature cocktails and live music at R Bar; fresh open kitchen fare at all-day restaurant Food Studio.
4Hoteliers Image LibraryDistinctive guest programming include the 24-hour Navigator service – a lifestyle hospitality concierge featuring hotel Ambassadors specially trained to bring the local destination to life for guests, and live entertainment events showcasing emerging music, culinary, art and more.
Renaissance Hotels signature R.E.N Meetings program will be offered, with space including the largest ballroom in the area (10,006 square feet) and five additional meeting rooms – all equipped with the very latest technology. For leisure and relaxation, the hotel features an indoor swimming pool, state-of–the-art fitness centre and tranquil spa.
In celebration of its opening, Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing is offering an introductory special for RMB 980++ a night deluxe accommodation.  Buffet breakfast for just an extra RMB 1 – and half price breakfast for the second guest. The offer is valid through December 31, 2014.
Renaissance Beijing Wangfujing is operating under a management agreement with owners China Jin Mao Investment Group. "I would like to express our gratitude to our owning partner for its enormous support and confidence in Marriott International and Renaissance Hotels," added Mr Lee.
He Cao, Chairman of China Jin Mao Group said: "This new landmark hotel bridging ancient and modern in the historic heart of Beijing is a perfect fit with the Renaissance philosophy of adventure and discovery."
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