The second part of the name — Teda — is short for Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area, which is part of the Tianjin Binhai New Area. To its east lies China’s second largest container port.
The Renaissance has two grand ballrooms and 14 regular meeting rooms. The ballroom on the first level can be partitioned into three 12×22 meter sizes and three more 7×12 meter sizes, or when combined it can accommodate 1,500 people.
The meeting rooms can seat from 33 to 102 people. Then there are four other Renaissance meeting rooms on Level 3. Finally, there is the Auditorium, which is actually an 800-seat theater.
For example, it is currently running an Australian promotion which has kangaroo and emu meat — most of which Australians have never tasted — premium Australian Wagyu sirloin and rib eye which are, in fact, Japanese style beef and, again, rarely eaten in Australia. On the other hand there are 14 wines and six beers which means on the liquid side you can seriously dine Aussie style.