JW Marriott Hotels & Resorts continues to expand its luxury portfolio in China with the opening of the 228-room JW Marriott Hotel Zhejiang Anji. Located within the world-class Phoenix International Golf Course and close to Anji’s legendary bamboo forests, the property’s design celebrates its natural surroundings and was designed in partnership with Karen Wang Interiors. A scenic resort destination for Shanghai residents seeking respite from the city’s fast pace and summertime heat, Zhejiang is known for its production of some of China’s finest white tea. Boasting a 1,800-year history of rich culture, Anji is known for its lush bamboo landscape that has inspired poets and artists throughout the ages. Situated at the heart of the Yangtze River Delta, the JW Marriott Hotel Zhejiang Anji is located a one hour drive from Hangzhou city center and a short commute from Shanghai.
The property’s 228 guest rooms were designed with neutral tones to celebrate the property’s natural surroundings and encourage ultimate relaxation. Organic accents including carved wood screens, natural materials and soft lighting take direct inspiration from Anji’s landscape, while spacious en-suite bathrooms boast rain-showers. Accommodations range from the generous 45sqm Deluxe Garden Rooms to a range of luxurious suites.
The hotel’s two distinctive restaurants pay homage to local, regional and global flavors. Fine dining restaurant Man Ho of JW Marriott Hotel Zhejiang Anji focuses on fresh ingredients and artistic presentation, celebrating the complex flavors of Chinese cuisine. With glittering chandeliers and original artworks from the region, Man Ho features 17 private dining rooms providing guests a more intimate setting for private events.
JJW Marriott Zhejiang Anji – The LoungeW Kitchen offers an all-day dining experience with tranquil mountain views and an outdoor patio. An open kitchen serving breakfast, lunch and dinner menus allows guests to watch JW Marriott’s chefs at work. The Lounge is an ideal setting to enjoy a light bite, cocktail, or a steaming cup of Anji’s famous white tea.