Hilton launches business-friendly hotels in China
HILTON WORLDWIDE has launched a slew of hotels in China, one each from DoubleTree by Hilton, Hampton Suites and Hilton Hotels & Resorts.
The first of them is DoubleTree by Hilton in Suzhou City, whose striking exterior is smack in the heart of the China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park. The hotel will likely attract business travelers and delegates, as it’s nearby the regional headquarters of some 200 financial institutions, banks and companies.
The brand brought in renowned architect Hiroshi Miyakawa to design the property, as well as its 357 guest rooms and 181 one-,two-, and three-bedroom suites. To enhance the experience for the business traveler, there’s a 24-hour business center, ample meeting space and a pillar-less grand ballroom.
In Yantai within the Shandong province is the new Hilton Yantai Golden Coast, just steps away from the city’s landmark, Golden Beach. Just like the new opening in Suzhou, this property caters to business travelers, being close to the city center and many Fortune 500 companies.
Rooms are set out to be unfussy and minimal, especially to cater to guests catching up on work. Business travelers can make use of meeting rooms, a business center, a business phone service, secretarial service, a typewriter, printing services, and audio-visual equipment rental services.
Meanwhile, the Hampton by Hilton launched its flagship property in Guangzhou of the Guangdong province. Hampton by Hilton Guangzhou Zhujiang New Town is located nearby the city’s thriving business and financial hubs such as he Guangzhou International Finance Center, as well as popular leisure and entertainment outlets.
The hotel lobby features both a work and leisure zone, the restaurants offer healthy meal options for the busy traveler, while the movable desks and ergonomic chairs in the rooms mean a comfortable environment for guests working in their rooms.