JW Marriott Debuts in China's Winter Wonderland
WHY IT RATES: JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North marks the brand’s first property in Northeast China and is located amid a variety of tourist attractions.—Mia Taylor, TravelPulse Senior Writer
JW Marriott, part of Marriott International, today announced the opening of JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North.
Situated in the heart of the bustling Harbin Songbei district, the hotel marks an exciting milestone for the brand as the first JW Marriott property in Northeast China.
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JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North introduces an elevated standard of luxury into the city’s vibrant business center, which features a myriad of celebrated tourist attractions including Jinhewan Wetland Park, Harbin Ice-Snow World, Siberian Tiger Park, the Harbin Grand Theatre and more.
Inspired by the dynamic destination and the culture of Northeastern China, JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North couples modern features with local influences. The architecture of the hotel’s 345 grand guestrooms was thoughtfully designed to feature floor-to-ceiling windows, offering guests unparalleled views of the islands and rivers that run throughout the city.
“We are delighted to introduce JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North as the latest addition to our expanding luxury portfolio,” said Mitzi Gaskin, Vice President & Global Brand Leader, JW Marriott. “The opening of JW Marriott Harbin represents a meaningful commitment to deliver enriching guest experiences with elevated culinary offerings, access to local culture and wellbeing at its 24-hour fitness center. Our passionate associates are also ambassadors of the JW Treatment—the brand’s belief that true luxury comes from those to love what they do.”
JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North’s five distinctive culinary experiences have been tailored to appeal to all palates.
JW Marriott Café is an all-day dining venue that blends an international buffet experience with à-la-carte options. With seven private rooms, Long Yuan Chinese Restaurant showcases a range of Chinese regional cuisines and boasts outstanding views of the Songhua river.
Offering a convivial ambiance with live music, The Brewery features a variety of local craft beers. The Lounge serves up light bites, authentic Chinese afternoon tea and seasonal cocktails in a relaxing atmosphere, while The Executive Lounge, situated on the 27th floor, provides a seamless transition from morning coffee to evening cocktails for both guests as well as in-the-know locals.
Spanning two floors, JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North’s extensive meeting and event space is completely customizable based on the type of event.
The hotel’s two large ballrooms create an open-concept space, accommodating up to 400 people for a seated wedding banquet or more than 700 for a standing conference. The second ballroom features a state-of-the-art rising platform designed to seamlessly transport vehicles inside.
JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North also showcases four additional function rooms, a VIP room, and boardroom, all equipped with BOSE A/V systems and high-tech amenities.
A delicately manicured lawn offers 32,800 square meters of outdoor space ideal for weddings and celebrations.
Additional hotel highlights include an expansive indoor swimming pool and a 24-hour fitness center equipped with state-of-the-art exercise equipment designed for guests committed to maintaining a healthy lifestyle on the road.
“We are thrilled to officially introduce the first property of JW Marriott brand to this vibrant city and look forward to offering guests an authentic experience both befitting of the city and true to the JW Marriott legacy,“ said Brandon Chee, hotel manager of JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North.
SOURCE: Marriott press release