The Langham Place Xiamen, China, opens

The Langham Place Xiamen opened as the the ninth Langham Hospitality Group hotel in mainland China and 22nd in its global portfolio. The hotel is also the third Langham Place hotel to open in the last three months, after Guangzhou and Ningbo.

The 327 rooms and suites were designed by Leo Design Company Limited. The hotel has nine meeting rooms ranging from 196 to 2,362 square feet. The pillar-free grand ballroom can cater up to 655 guests with audio, visual and lighting systems and equipment. The event team provides professional efficient services.

Guests may also access the Chuan Spa, a serene sanctuary designed to enhance wellness and promote the rejuvenation of the mind, body and spirit. The spa has nine treatment rooms and one Dream room including one specially designed for couples. Other recreational facilities include a fitness center equipped with workout equipment and an indoor heated swimming pool with natural light and an underwater sound system.

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