Langham Place, Haining will be the first new luxury city centre hotel under the Langham Place brand, located in a bustling metropolis in the Zhejiang coastal province. The hotel is scheduled to open in 2014.
Featuring 266 spacious guest rooms and suites, the hotel will be part of an integrated complex comprising a retail shopping centre, commercial offices and residential apartments.
Langham Place, Haining will offer guests a wide variety of innovative dining and entertainment options including an all-day dining restaurant, a casual signature lounge and bar, and for the first time in Haining, the fine-dining Chinese restaurant that is inspired by the renowned Michelin-starred Ming Court at Langham Place, Hong Kong. The hotel's highest floor will be the penultimate setting for special occasions, complemented by the panoramic vistas of the sparkling city below.
The hotel's meeting and banqueting facilities will feature a 900m² pillar-free grand ballroom, a junior ballroom of 300m², and eight multi-function rooms ranging from 45m² to 100m². The highlight for event planners will be the generously proportioned 3,000m² ceremonial hall set amidst a private landscaped Wedding Park along the city's river, the first of its kind in Zhejiang province.
In keeping with the group's award winning spa concepts, the Chuan Spa at Langham Place, Haining will provide an unparalleled spa experience, incorporating the principles of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and wellness treatments in a tranquil, meditative setting. The spacious spa will include six private treatment rooms and a Contemplation Lounge, as well as an indoor swimming pool and a fully equipped fitness centre.
Haining has a rich heritage dating back 6,000 years to the New Stone Age. Located at the south of the Yangtze River delta, it is a 90-minute drive to Shanghai and one hour away to the picturesque city of Hangzhou. Known primarily for its quality leather products, Haining is also popular with thousands of tourists who visit the ancient monuments dating back to the Ming and Qing dynasties, and marvel at the the spectacular annual tides that rush up the Qiantang River.