JW Marriott Hotel Xi’an Southwest has opened in the city, near a host of UNESCO World Heritage sites, historical attractions and iconic landmarks. The property blends the charm of Xi’an’s ancient city with its modern elegance, and is the second JW Marriott in the heart of Xi’an.
Positioned within Xi’an’s Hi-tech Industry Development Zone, at the epicentre of the bustling business district, the new hotel offers guests convenient access to the city’s cultural attractions, such as the Tang Dynasty Wall Site Park, Terracotta Warriors, the Great Wild Goose Pagoda and the City Walls. Its location also provides easy access to both the Xi’an Railway Station and Xi’an North Railway Station, 13 and 20 kilometres away, respectively.
Drawing inspiration from the Tang dynasty and the Chinese Ancient Academy, the hotel’s design seamlessly merges ancient Chinese culture with modern luxury, creating a serene and cultural atmosphere that caters to both business and leisure guests. Traditional elements such as bamboo slips, ginkgo trees and pavilions have been transformed into elegant wall decorations and art pieces, showcasing the historical heritage of Xi’an.
The hotel boasts 292 well-appointed guestrooms and suites that blend local cultural influence with contemporary touches, adding depth and warmth into every space for a truly inviting ambiance for guests. Additionally, each guestroom floor doubles as a mini exhibition space, showcasing Xi’an’s vibrant culture and rich history, from ancient architecture to Tang Dynasty-style tri-colour glazed ceramics and cherished tea culture.
For more information, see JW Marriott Hotel Xi’an Southwest.