The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts to debut in Central China this September

Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts

The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts is gearing up for the opening of The Luxury Collection Hotel, Changsha on September 28, which will represent the first Luxury Collection Hotel in China.

The luxury hotel will rise high above the Xiangjiang River, where urban culture and commerce meet at a location steeped in 3,000 years of history. Its room inventory will be made up of 310 spacious guest rooms, including six suites and an expansive 270m2 Presidential Suite, all of which will offer impressive views of the city, the Meixi Lake and Meixi Lake International Cultural and Arts Center by renowned architect Zaha Hadid.

“We are excited that China Jinmao is able to bring one of the world’s finest hotel brands to the uniquely charming and historic city of Changsha,” said general manager, Jinmao Hotels (the owning company of The Luxury Collection Hotel, Changsha), Su Jihua.


“The first Luxury Collection hotel in Central China and the first international luxury branded hotel to open in Changsha over the years, The Luxury Collection Hotel, Changsha is an integral part of the Meixi Lake Zone in the city’s Two-Oriented Society Pilot District. China Jinmao is committed to leading the development of the high-tech industries in this internationalised service zone and contribute to Changsha’s economy growth.”

Also commenting was general manager, Luxury Collection Hotel, Changsha, Eddie Tang: “The Luxury Collection Hotel, Changsha will offer an urban oasis of modern luxury where guests can enjoy serene river views, captivating culture and prime access to the city’s multilayered history.

“Today, travellers are seeking truly unique experiences that can deliver treasured memories for themselves and their family.  Every detail in this hotel – from building materials and finishes to the epicurean offerings – was carefully considered to evoke an authentic experience that reflects Changsha’s cultural heritage and natural beauty.”

The upscale hotel will be home to a 25m heated indoor swimming pool; a 1,100m2 spa with 14 treatment rooms; four distinctive restaurants ranging from casual to elegant to entertaining; and 2,700m2 of flexible event space on the third level, which includes the 1,090m2 Jin Mao Grand Ballroom, meeting and board rooms.