Marriott opens China's 8th Luxury Collection hotel

Marriott International's Luxury Collection has opened the Na Lotus Hotel in Nanning, the capital of the Guangxi Province. Photo credit: Marriott International

Marriott International's Luxury Collection has opened the Na Lotus Hotel in Nanning, the capital of the Guangxi Province, as the brand’s eighth property in China. 

The hotel is part of a high-rise landmark building in the city's business district. The 290-room hotel has four dining venues, a 1,100-square-meter ballroom, a fitness center and an indoor pool overlooking the skyline.

“As the first Marriott International luxury hotel in Guangxi Province, the Na Lotus hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel invites the guests to explore the charm of Nanning,” said Henry Lee, COO/managing director, Greater China, Marriott International. “Na Lotus Hotel is a rare gem of the Zhuang Minority, and we are thrilled to uncover this hidden treasure for our global travelers who are sure to develop a deep connection with this fascinating destination.”

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Marriott International reportedly plans to open 13 luxury hotels across the Asia-Pacific region by year's end. The company's current portfolio of 130 luxury hotels across 10 countries and territories in the region is poised to grow  with new openings from the JW Marriott, The Ritz-Carlton, St. Regis, and The Luxury Collection brands.         

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