Fairmont Hotels & Resorts develops Fairmont Residences Nanjing in China

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is developing Fairmont Residences Nanjing, new luxury apartments in one of China's fastest growing cities. The privately owned residences are located in the Hexi New Town district and a few blocks from the Nanjing International Expo Centre and Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre. The property will open in 2015. 

The announcement of Fairmont Residences Nanjing follows the recent opening of Fairmont Nanjing, a new luxury hotel located on the upper floors of the 62-story Jin Ao Tower. The residences build on Fairmont's growing presence in Asia Pacific. As with the hotel, the development partner on the residential project is Jiangsu Golden Land.

With a contemporary urban design and selection of luxury amenities, most of the 146 branded residences will range in size from one to five bedrooms. Of notable interest will be two spaces – a six-bedroom apartment, and a 5,758-square-foot seven-bedroom residence. The new residences will be located adjacent to the new Jin Ao Tower, an architectural wonder resembling an immense Chinese lantern.

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While enjoying preferred access to services and amenities at Fairmont Nanjing, including signature restaurants and bars, residential owners will also have exclusive access to a 4,306-square-foot Resident's Lounge and a private gym.

Residents will also enjoy exclusive membership in the invitation-only tier of the company's guest recognition and loyalty program, which includes VIP status and access to special benefits at FRHI properties worldwide.

Fairmont Residences Nanjing adds to Fairmont's collection of private residences operating or in development in locations around the world, including Chengdu, Vancouver, Istanbul, Makkah and Fujairah.

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