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Jinjiang International

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Jin Jiang International Holdings Company Limited
State-owned enterprise
FounderShanghai Municipal People's Government
Area served
Key people
Yu Minliang (CEO)
ProductsHotels, Resorts, Travel, Transport, Logistics
Revenue$8.68 billion (2017)
Total assets$6.16 billion (2017)
OwnerShanghai Municipal People's Government
Number of employees
100,000 (2017)
SubsidiariesJinjiang Hotels
Louvre Hotels Group
Groupe du Louvre
Jinjiang International
Peace Hotel.JPG
Peace Hotel, Shanghai
Simplified Chinese锦江国际(集团)有限公司
Traditional Chinese錦江國際(集團)有限公司

Jin Jiang International Holdings Company Limited is a Chinese state-owned tourism and hospitality company headquartered in Shanghai.

The Group operates Shanghai's Jinjiang Hotel, Peace Hotel, Park Hotel, and Metropole Hotel. Other chains operated by the group include the Jinjiang Inn[zh 1] and Bestay Hotel Express,[zh 2][1] and Magnotel.[zh 3][2] In January 2015, Jin Jiang International Hotels Development Co Ltd acquired Europe's Groupe du Louvre for 1.21 billion euros from U.S. investment firm Starwood Capital Group.[3] In September 2015 Jin Jiang International Hotels Development Co. acquired 81% of Keystone Lodging Holding, which owns Plateno Hotels Group, 7 Days Inn and ZMAX, creating one of the world's largest hotel groups.[4]


Jinjiang Hotels

Shanghai Jin Jiang International Hotels (Group) Company Limited (Jinjiang Hotels Group or Jinjiang Hotels in short) is the largest hotel group in China. It has more than 380 hotels and inns affiliated to it and under its management in major Chinese cities, including Peace Hotel and Jinjiang Inns.[zh 4] It is headquartered in Shanghai.

The Group's subsidiary company, Shanghai Jinjiang International Hotel Development Company Limited (SSE: 600754) was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 1996.[5] Its holding company, Shanghai Jinjiang International Hotels (Group) Company Limited H shares (SEHK2006) was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2006.[6]

Jin Jiang International Hotel Management Company Ltd (锦江国际酒店管理有限公司) has its headquarters in Pudong, Shanghai.[7]

Jinjiang Inns

A Jinjiang Inn in Xiamen
A Jinjiang Inn in Xiamen

The Jinjiang Inn Co., Ltd. (锦江之星旅馆有限公司) division has its headquarters in Minhang District, Shanghai.[8]

The first two Jinjiang Inns in Metro Manila were scheduled to open in 2014.[9]

Jinjiang Travel

Shanghai Jin Jiang Tours Co., Ltd., also known as Jinjiang Travel,[zh 5] is headquartered in Huangpu District, Shanghai.[10]

Other investments

Jinjiang International led a consortium to buy Radisson Hotel Group (former Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group) from fellow Chinese company HNA Group in 2018.[11][12]


Names in Chinese
  1. ^ simplified Chinese: 锦江之星连锁酒店; traditional Chinese: 錦江之星連鎖酒店; pinyin: Jǐnjiāng Zhīxīng Liánsuǒ Jiǔdiàn
  2. ^ 百时快捷酒店; 百時快捷酒店; Bǎishí Kuàijié Jiǔdiàn
  3. ^ 白玉兰酒店; 白玉蘭酒店; Bái Yùlán Jiǔdiàn
  4. ^ simplified Chinese: 锦江之星; traditional Chinese: 錦江之星; lit.: 'Jinjiang star'
  5. ^ 锦江旅游; 錦江旅遊; Jǐnjiāng Lǚyóu


  1. ^ Andersson, Alex. "Jin Jiang's J Club cooperates with Master Card" (Archive). Business Traveller Asia-Pacific. Panacea Publishing. February 5, 2014. Retrieved on August 17, 2014.
  2. ^ "Home Archived 2014-07-30 at the Wayback Machine." Magnotel. Retrieved on August 17, 2014.
  3. ^ Editorial, Reuters. "China's Jin Jiang to acquire Groupe Du Louvre for up to 1.2 billion..." U.S. Retrieved 2018-05-31.
  4. ^ "Jin Jiang International has acquired an 81% stake in the Plateno Hotels Group, creating one of the world’s largest hotel groups."
  5. ^ Shanghai Jinjiang International Hotel Development Co Ltd
  6. ^ JIN JIANG HOTEL WENT PUBLIC IN HONG KONG[permanent dead link]
  7. ^ "Contact Us Archived 2014-08-19 at the Wayback Machine." Jin Jiang Hotels. Retrieved on August 17, 2014. "Headquarters Jin Jiang International Hotel Management Company Ltd 6/F, 889 South Yang Gao Road, Pudong Shanghai 200127, China" - Chinese: "锦江国际酒店管理有限公司 上海市浦东新区杨高南路889号6楼 邮政编码:200127"
  8. ^ "Archived copy" 首页 › 联系我们. Jinjiang Inns. Archived from the original on 2014-08-19. Retrieved 2014-08-17. 锦江之星旅馆有限公司 地址:中国上海市吴中路259号汇锦商务大厦7楼CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)()
  9. ^ Ocampo, Rosa. "Jin Jiang Inn breaks into the Philippines" (Archive). TTG Asia. May 27, 2013. Retrieved on August 17, 2014.
  10. ^ ""Contact us". Archived from the original on 2014-08-17. Retrieved 2014-08-17. 地址:中国上海市长乐路191号 200020 Add:No.191 Changle Road, Shanghai, 200020, PRC.()
  11. ^ Wu, Kane (August 10, 2018). "HNA sells Radisson Holdings to Jin Jiang-led consortium". Hong Kong. Reuters. Retrieved January 17, 2019.
  12. ^ "Radisson Hospitality, Inc. Issues Statement Following Completion of Acquisition by Jin Jiang International Holdings Co., Ltd" (Press release). Minneapolis; Singapore: Radisson Hospitality, Inc. (Radisson Hotel Group). November 13, 2018. Retrieved January 17, 2019.

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