The St. Regis Nanjing is ideally positioned downtown in Jiangsu Province’s dynamic capital. Affording superior views over Xuanwu Lake and Purple Mountain, the hotel is just minutes from major corporations, restaurants, and retail shops. The Nanjing Railway Station is a mere 10-minute drive away, and Nanjing Lukou International Airport (NKG) can be reached by car in 45 minutes.
Situated in the Yangtze River Delta, Nanjing is famous for its millennium-old Buddhist relics, pagodas, the distinctive Gate of China (Nanjing’s Zhonghua Gate), and remarkable natural landscapes. Immerse yourself in this historic city with an enriching stroll around the scenic Xuanwu Lake, which is only five minutes by foot from our hotel. Linggu Temple is one of the world’s most renowned Buddhist temples. Providing further insight into the city’s rich heritage and culture, the magnificent Zhong Mountain Scenic Area is also home to Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s Mausoleum and the Purple Mountain Observatory.
One of China’s largest, the Nanjing Museum showcases everything from ancient Chinese earthenware and jade to modern artwork. View China’s largest figure of Confucius and other intriguing artifacts at the Confucius Temple (Fuzimiao), originally constructed during the Song Dynasty. Housed in what was once the palatial office of the President of the Republic of China, the China Modern History Museum is equally noteworthy.
Watch a captivating performance of traditional Kunqu Opera, which dates back 600 years. To further enhance your stay, the hotel provides convenient access to a premier shopping center nearby and to a wealth of unique underground boutiques in Xinjekou. In addition to its celebrated historical Chinese architecture interlaced with contemporary Western styles, Nanjing 1912 features intimate teahouses, quaint restaurants, and an endless array of nightlife options. The renowned food street of Shizi Qiao offers authentic local and distinctive international cuisines.
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