Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd. and China World Trade Center today announced the upcoming debut of Hotel Jen Beijing. Opening in January 2017, the hotel will be part of the prestigious China World Trade Center development in Beijing’s central business district (CBD) in Chaoyang. This will be the third Hotel Jen to open in mainland China since Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts launched the Hotel Jen brand two years ago.
Hotel Jen Beijing will offer travellers and the city’s residents new and stimulating experiences set in a modern, stylish environment. The hotel’s unique facilities will include a vibrant co-working hub paired with creative meeting spaces, the only gastropub in the CBD and a 3,500-square-metre world-class health club with extensive facilities to meet diverse fitness requirements.
“As we continue to grow the Hotel Jen brand in Asia, we are excited to bring our friendly and energetic hospitality style into the heart of Beijing’s financial and business centre,” said Lothar Nessmann, chief operations officer at Hotel Jen. “With its prime location, Hotel Jen Beijing will be ideal for independent business and leisure travellers who seek a fuss-free stay that offers quality, comfort and value coupled with distinctive local experiences.”
Clifford Weiner, Hotel Jen Beijing’s general manager, added, “We aim to create and nurture an environment that encourages new ways of conducting business and stimulates interaction. We look forward to welcoming guests to our innovative spaces, including our meeting venues, fitness centre and gastropub, and helping them to work smart and play hard.”
The Hotel Jen brand is inspired by the virtual persona Jen, a professional hotelier who loves life, travel and the adventure of discovering new places. Guests are regarded as ‘friends of Jen’ by the enthusiastic hotel teams who are ever-ready to share their favourite dining spots, under-the-radar sights and unusual boutiques. Guests can also sample local culinary delights alongside Asian and international flavours in the comfort of the hotels’ restaurants.