Andaz Xiamen adds class to China’s Southeast Coast


Envisioned as a modern mansion that riffs on the city’s cultural ties to Southeast Asia, Andaz Xiamen adds a dash of cool to this popular seaside town along China’s southeast coast. Housed in a glass structure at the MixC mall, the hotel’s graphic tiling and stained glass windows pay tribute to colonial-era Southeast Asia and celebrate the waves of emigration from this coastal spot. The 304 guest rooms feature rattan-backed armchairs, woven bamboo panelling and timbre louvres, while the arched detailing and living spaces linked by archways echo design details found in typical local homes. 

There are four dining options at Andaz Xiamen including No. 101 Chinese Restaurant for Minnan and Chaozhou cuisine and Hyatt’s signature Beijing duck. Stay in shape during your stay doing laps at the outdoor heated swimming pool and working out at the 24-hour fitness centre.

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