Grand Hotel Showcases Nanjing’s Magnificent Skyline. InterContinental Nanjing is located in the city center Gulou Square, about 50 meters from Metro Line 1 and Line 4. Walking distance to Dazhong Ting, Gulou Park, Xuanwu Lake, Nanjing University, Southeast University, and Jiming Temple. Indulging in the stunning views from the guest rooms, personalized and excellent service at InterContinental Nanjing.
Intercontinental Nanjing Hotel is a 5-star venue in close vicinity of GuLouQu WenHua YiShu ZhongXin YiShu ZhanLan. The property consists of 82 stories with 433 functional rooms. Due to the location in the center of Nanjing, it is easy to get to such landmark as Purple peak of Greenland Center Shopping Plaza, which is around 15 minutes' walk. Guests are advised to visit Jiming Temple, which is 1.3 km away. Wanda Plaza West is close to the hotel. Each room has a mini-bar, climate control, and a writing table along with lake views. Some rooms provide stunning views. In-room extras include a small fridge, a dishwasher, and a kettle.
Each morning a buffet breakfast is available in the dining area. Unwind and embrace the ambiance of Nanjing in the gourmet restaurant onsite. The bar serves refreshing drinks. Italian meals with various guests' options are offered at SongHelou, set in spitting distance. Nanjing Railway train station is nearby. The venue also has a gym and fitness center.
Rooms & Suites - Each room has a mini-bar, climate control, and a writing table along with lake views. Some rooms provide stunning views. In-room extras include a small fridge, a dishwasher, and a kettle.
Recreation - Experience a delightful morning as you walk the Xuanwu Lake banks and rent an electric or paddle boat whilst enjoying the scenic view of Purple Mountain and the City Wall. You can go to Xinjiekou, a central landmark of the city, for the perfect afternoon, for lunch and shopping. Xinjiekou has many brand-name stores and large shopping centers and restaurants. To finish the day, visit Confucius Temple Qinhuai for its scenery, activities, and dining. Originally built in 1034, Confucius Temple, built on the scenic Qinhuai River banks, is a sacred shrine to Confucius. Gongyuan Street, on the northern bank of the famous Qin Huai River, is the city's most bustling tour site. The temple area consists of a series of tourist shops, snack bars, restaurants, and tea cafes that appear to be in the Ming and Qing dynasties' architectural style.