Jumeirah Group to Extend Presence in Guangzhou, China
Tuesday March 18th, 2014 - 10:17AM BOQP
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LONDON—Jumeirah Group has signed a management agreement with GT Land Holdings to operate 169 luxury serviced residences, in addition to the 207-room luxury Jumeirah Guangzhou Hotel, which is already nearing completion.
The agreement between GT Land Holdings Limited and Jumeirah Group was signed at a ceremony held at Burj Al Arab and attended by Su Meng, chairman of GT Land, and Gerald Lawless, president and group CEO of Jumeirah Group.
Set in the center of New Pearl City Tian He District, East Guangzhou, the apartment and hotel complex is located in a rapidly growing commercial center and upscale hotel district. The area has transport links to reach the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and Pearl River Delta within 30 minutes.
The previously announced 207-room luxury Jumeirah Guangzhou Hotel is scheduled to open in 2015 and will comprise ten food and beverage outlets, a Sky lobby on the 49th floor and banquet and conference center. Guests will have access to the Talise Spa, swimming pool, a fitness center, yoga studio and juice bar. In addition, there will be direct access to luxury boutiques.
The 169 serviced residences will be located in a separate low-rise West Tower and are scheduled to open in 2015.
Jumeirah Group currently operates 22 luxury hotels, resorts and residences, including 11 in the Gulf region, six in Europe and five in Asia. A further 15 hotels are now under development.
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