Radisson Collection set for Chinese debut [Construction Report]

by | 20 Aug 2020 | Projects

The soon-to-be-launched Radisson Collection Resort, Nanjing will mark the lifestyle brand’s first foray into China, enchanting guests with its unique location and lush surroundings.

Radisson Collection Resort, Nanjing will join Radisson Hotel Group’s growing portfolio in China next year and offer guests a luxurious, nature-inspired abode. We find out more.

Paradise for nature-lovers

Set on the shores of a beautiful lake, Radisson Collection Resort, Nanjing will be a key part of the Jiangsu Horticultural Exposition Park, a brand new integrated tourism complex. The 151-key resort will launch in Q2 2021 and encourage guests to immerse themselves in the surrounding flower gardens, enchanting landscape and rich local culture.

Apart from taking in the wonderful scenery, visitors will be able to relax in the state-of-the-art spa, take a dip in the pool or get fit in the gym. The property’s two restaurants, serving up both local and international fare, will offer patrons plenty of options to refuel and discover new ingredients, while suite guests will also have the option to enjoy special treats in the Executive Lounge. In addition, there will be four separate meeting venues, spanning 790 sq m of floor space.

“Jiangsu Horticultural Exposition Park is simply breath-taking, in terms of its scale and beauty,” said Katerina Giannouka, president, Asia Pacific, Radisson Hotel Group. “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.”

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China’s most modern gardens

Upon its completion, Jiangsu Horticultural Exposition Park will be the permanent home of the Horticultural Exposition of Jiangsu Province, one of Asia’s leading gardening and landscaping events. The exposition’s 11th edition will take place next year and mark both the resort’s and the park’s official inauguration.

The 6.9 sq km park will feature themed gardens, exhibition halls, pavilions by the waterside and endless paths leading visitors from one inspiring setting to the next. But that’s not all as the use of smart technology, 5G connectivity, driverless cars and biometrics will create a fully integrated experience.

Guests will be able to easily reach the resort from Nanjing South Railway Station and Nanjing Lukou International Airport, which are both roughly an hour’s drive away.



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