Karen Wang helps design JW Marriott Zhejiang

JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts continues to expand its luxury portfolio in China with the opening of the 228-room JW Marriott Hotel Zhejiang Anji. Located within the Phoenix International Golf Course and close to Anji’s bamboo forests, the property’s design celebrates its natural surroundings and was designed in partnership with Karen Wang Interiors.

The property’s 228 guestrooms were designed with neutral tones to celebrate the property’s natural surroundings. Organic accents include carved wood screens, natural materials and soft lighting that take direct inspiration from Anji’s landscape. The en-suite bathrooms have rain showers. Accommodations range from the 484-square-foot Deluxe Garden Rooms to a number of suites.

For dining, the property has two restaurants that pay homage to local, regional and global flavors. Fine dining restaurant Man Ho of JW Marriott Hotel Zhejiang Anji has chandeliers and original artworks from the region, and 17 private dining rooms for private events. Meanwhile, JW Kitchen offers an all-day dining experience with mountain views, an outdoor patio and an open kitchen. Also available is The Lounge.


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For events, JW Marriott Hotel Zhejiang Anji has the 6,168-square-foot Grand Ballroom that seats 380 guests banquet style with removable partition walls to transform the space into smaller venues. In addition, five meeting rooms, each accommodating up to 80 guests, offer seating plans and business facilities.

A Health Club offers a range of equipment by Life Fitness. Rounding off the hotel’s wellness facilities and linked via dressing rooms equipped with rain showers and complementary bath amenities, is a 4.5-foot heated indoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi.

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