Anantara to open Chengdu hotel in 2021

The Anantara Jinsha Chengdu Hotel in China will have 150 rooms as well as meeting and banqueting facilities.

How the hotel will look
How the hotel will look

Anantara Hotels and Resorts will open the Anantara Jinsha Chengdu Hotel in 2021, in the Qingyang District of Chengdu, China. 

The 150-room Anantara Jinsha Chengdu Hotel will be the only ultra-luxury resort hotel in Chengdu, fronting the project’s 47-hectare eco-wetland park.

The new hotel will have two restaurants, a lobby lounge and bar/tea lounge, a gym and fitness facilities, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, a spa, children’s club, as well as banqueting and meeting facilities.

The location is a 20-minute drive from the new high speed Chengdu West Railway Station, 50-minutes from Chengdu South Railway Station and Chengdu Shangliu International Airport is a 40-minute drive.

Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan Province, serving as the economic, commercial, financial, transportation and communication centre of Southwest China. 

The new hotel grows Anantara’s existing portfolio in China, comprising properties in Hainan Island, Yunnan and Guizhou Province.

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