The Luxury Collection Opens Eighth Hotel in China

The Luxury Collection has announced the opening of Na Lotus Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Nanning. Located in the capital of the Guangxi Province, the opening marks the brand’s eighth property in China. Na Lotus Hotel resides in a high-rise landmark building located in the heart of the business district.

Each of the 290 guestrooms, including 26 suites, has floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of the city, as well as the Yong River and Qingxiu mountain. Na Lotus Hotel also has an 11,800-square-foot ballroom, fitness center and an indoor pool overlooking the skyline.

Both indigenous and international cuisines will be available at Na Lotus Hotel’s four dining venues, including Na Lian, a Chinese restaurant with an emphasis on fresh Guangxi and Cantonese cuisines. Sky Lounge, a popular social hub serves cocktails, wines and spirits accompanied by sweet treats. The Clouds is an all-day dining venue with international dishes, while Yun Yue, a Thai and Vietnamese fusion restaurant, focuses on seafood and meat dishes prepared with local and seasonal produce.

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The hotel’s concierge team can create bespoke experiences with visits to the Yong opera in the ancient Xinhui Academy, as well as immersive journeys to the scenic Qingxiu Mountain and Detian Waterfall, the largest transnational waterfall in Asia. Guests can immerse themselves in the destination through the “The Five senses of Nanning,” an experiential package developed by the hotel, exploring the traditional customs of Zhuang culture through Yilingyan, a cave with rare stone landscapes, as well as the ancient towns Na Lian and Yangmei.

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