Three Iconic Hotels Together

Three Iconic Hotels Together

Langham Hospitality Group (LHG) has, for the first time, signed management agreements for three iconic hotels together on a single plot. The newly built properties are part of Xiamen Seaworld, China Merchants Group’s (CMG’s) mixed-use development perched on the western shore of Xiamen’s main island.

 

The hotels, which open in 2025, will each showcase a different brand from LHG’s portfolio. The selected brands include The Langham Hotels & Resorts, LHG’s flagship mark which caters to the Luxury segment, as well as Cordis Hotels & Resorts, and Ying’nFlo, which serve the Upscale and Midscale Select Service segments respectively. The properties will join the group’s existing hotel in Xiamen, the Langham Place, and take the total number of LHG hotels in China to 20.

 

Three Iconic Hotels Together
The new development at Xiamen Seaworld.

 

“We are delighted to see such strong interest in our brands, which is a testament to our success in elevating them to capitalise on the recovery in China’s hospitality sector,” LHG Chief Executive Officer Bob van den Oord said. “The Langham, Cordis and Ying’nFlo will serve as iconic additions to Xiamen Seaworld, a visionary complex that we are proud to be part of. They will also bolster our presence in a wonderfully vibrant city that continues to show great promise.”

 

Xiamen Seaworld is CMG’s first Seaworld complex to be built outside of Shenzhen and is the product of epic construction efforts, the result of which is a carefully cultivated plot that serves as the perfect symbol of the historic partnership between the state-owned developer and international hotel operator.

 

Three Iconic Hotels Together
LHG Chief Executive Officer Bob van den Oord.

 

At The Langham, Xiamen, Seaworld, which will occupy the larger of the towers, guests can enjoy the spectacular scenery from the point of check-in courtesy of a sumptuous sky lobby that occupies the hotel’s top floor. No less a feast for the eyes will be The Langham’s Grand Ballroom, which will measure 880-square-metres and be one of the largest private facilities of its kind in the city.

 

In-room wellness offerings will also be available at the Cordis, Xiamen, Seaworld, which will be located in the second of the two towers. The second tower will additionally house LHG’s first mainland China branch of Ying’nFlo, its latest hotel brand which caters to the young and young at heart. True-to-form, the guest rooms will offer brilliant basics – and a little more. This includes adaptable furniture and all the digital technology features one would possibly need. Guests can also mingle, work or simply relax at the property’s signature House of Ying’nFlo open space, which will be the largest of its kind anywhere.

 

Three Iconic Hotels Together
This triple agreement is a first for Langham Hospitality Group.

 

 

Source: Langham Hospitality Group.

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