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JW Marriott Hotel Shenzhen

No.6005 Shennan Boulevard 518040 Shenzhen China

Opposite Shenzhen Golf Club, JW Marriott Hotel Shenzhen is an upscale setting centrally located along Shennan Boulevard, the thriving commercial area of Futian District. Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Centre is positioned a 10-minute drive away. Tactfully intermingling traditional 5 elements and modern comforts, the hotel boasts immaculate accommodation and an array of advanced facilities. JW Marriott Shenzhen is a 2 minutes walk from Chegongmiao Metro Station and Xiangmihu Metro Station. Mangrove Beach Park, Window of the World and Happy Valley are within a 15-minute drive. Futian Port is a 15-minute drive away and Luohu Railway Station and Shenzhen Baoan Airport are a 25-minute drive away. The luxurious rooms at JW Shenzhen are equipped with a personal safe, a 42-inch LCD TV and minibar. Branded stereo system and capsule coffee machine are set in the suites. They offer city views, Honey Lake views or views of Shenzhen Golf Club. En suite bathrooms with 19-inch LCD TV, bathtubs and walk-in showers, along with slippers and branded toiletries. For relaxation, the Marriott Shenzhen provides a 24-hour fitness centre, an outdoor pool, sauna and massage services. A featured Vicky bath at the spa centre would wash your tiredness away after a long journey. Other facilities include a business centre and car rentals. To cater for various activities, the hotel offers ample event space. The hotel provides a variety of dining options, including Japanese sushi, Chinese food, Cantonese Dim Sum, seafood and international dishes. To while away leisure hour, you can head to the executive lounge for some light bites and a glass of wine. Alternatively, to explore diversified tastes, you can easily access Xiangmi Lake Food Street just a block away.

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