In the heart of the ancient capital, The Ritz-Carlton, Nanjing is a beautiful expression of the now cosmopolitan metropolis. The experience begins in the 38th-floor lobby where the Purple Mountain stretches out before the eyes, and original artwork adorns the walls. Cultural stories are weaved throughout one’s stay, including a sunset lantern ritual and spa treatments featuring lotus flowers, Yuhua stones, and other indigenous elements.
Featuring - 295 guest rooms and suites with city, Xuanwu Lake and Purple Mountain views, Cantonese, French-inspired and locally focused restaurants, FLAIR rooftop Restaurant and Bar offering sweeping views from the 62nd floor, The Ritz-Carlton Spa with locally inspired treatments, 24-hour fitness center and indoor pool with a skyline view, More than 23,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space including two ballrooms.
Rooms & Suites - Guest rooms and suites are a striking blend of contemporary design infused with elements reflecting Nanjing’s ancient culture. Overlooking the lake, mountains, or city skyline, accommodations feature standalone soaking tubs and curated art collections.
Dining - A dazzling view over Nanjing pairs with every dish and drink at the hotel’s five dining venues, including Lavandula, where French and Chinese flavors come together; the fine dining Dai Yuet Heen and its traditional Cantonese cuisine; and FLAIR, the sophisticated rooftop bar and nightlife destination. ''Lavandula'' - A culinary journey with a romantic twist. This all-day dining restaurant showcases Provence's flavors through the buffet and a la carte menus and an extensive selection of rosé. Southern France's romance blends with China’s Jiangnan region's mystique at Lavandula, an extravagant all-day dining destination. Set beneath a stained-glass dome on the 38th floor, the restaurant features classic Provençal cuisine, including a signature seafood tower, crafted by chefs in open kitchens and an extensive selection of sommelier-selected rosé. Serving: Breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner.
''Dai Yuet Heen'' - Traditional Cantonese dishes, including dried seafood, an extensive wine selection, sweeping city views, and eight private dining rooms, are featured at this elegant restaurant. Contemporary Eastern elegance and sweeping city views set the scene for traditional Cantonese cuisine at Dai Yuet Heen. Led by the master chef, the kitchen specializes in dim sum and dried seafood dishes crafted from fine ingredients. A comprehensive wine list features labels from across China. Eight private dining rooms are available to host social and business events for up to 20 guests. Serving: Lunch and dinner.
''Pin Ning Fu'' - Classic Nanjing flavors are reimaged at this casual restaurant featuring seasonal ingredients, an open kitchen, craft beers, and China’s traditional yellow wines. At Pin Ning Fu, every dish has a story to tell, rooted in the renowned Huaiyang tradition of Chinese cuisine. Chefs bring the essence of traditional recipes into the present day, preparing them in the lively open kitchen and pairing them with a selection of Shaoxing Huang Jiu yellow wines and craft beers. Located on the 39th floor, the restaurant overlooks Xuanwu Lake and Purple Mountain. Serving: Lunch and dinner.
''Flair'' - Offering an incredible city view from the 62nd floor, this rooftop bar and restaurant offers inventive cocktails, live DJs, and a menu of Southeast Asian tapas. A destination among Nanjing’s culturally connected, FLAIR invites guests to take in the city skyline from the 62nd floor. The impressive view, enjoyed through floor-to-ceiling windows or on the outdoor terrace, is complemented by inventive cocktails crafted with boutique gins, fine Champagnes, and a menu of Southeast Asian tapas. Live DJs provide a soundtrack for dancing and mingling. Serving: Dinner.
''The Lobby Lounge'' - Reflecting the sophistication and warmth of a luxury residence, The Lobby Lounge provides a cozy setting for locally inspired fare, tea prepared tableside and classic cocktails. Afternoon Tea features Western and Chinese blends and can be paired with caviar and Champagne. Windows that runs the entire space overlooks the Nanjing skyline, Xuanwu Lake and Purple Mountain. Serving: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Spa - Spread across the entire 40th floor, The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Nanjing offers a tranquil escape overlooking the bustling city below. Designed as a complete wellness sanctuary, the spa offers innovative facial treatments and therapies featuring indigenous elements, including lotus flowers and river-polished, mineral-rich Yuhua stones. In addition to eight treatment rooms, including a couple’s suite and a double room, the spa level features a 24-hour fitness center, yoga studio, and indoor swimming pool.
Area & Activities - The home of 10 ancient Chinese dynasties, Nanjing, is a place where heritage and tradition gracefully intersect with sophistication and modernity. The Ritz-Carlton, Nanjing, set within the buzzing Xinjiekou CBD, offers access to both sides of the city from UNESCO monuments, including the Old City Wall, Sun Yat-Sen Mausoleum, and Ming Tombs, to luxury shopping at Deji Plaza. The hotel is directly connected to the Xinjiekou metro station, making it easy to explore beyond the neighborhood.