Kempinski Hotels & Resorts, Europe’s oldest and most established luxury hotel group announces it will manage a new-build hotel in Shenyang, North East China…
Kempinski Hotels & Resorts, Europe’s oldest and most established luxury hotel group announces it will manage a new-build hotel in Shenyang, North East China. Construction has been completed and the hotel is now being furbished and decorated, with the opening scheduled for February 2004. The Kempinski Hotel Shenyang will have 158 rooms and suites and will be part of a large complex of banks and offices. An extension is also planned for an additional 288 serviced apartments (construction starts 2004).
The hotel will offer five star service and facilities including two restaurants (Chinese and International), lounges, bars, health club, banqueting and meeting rooms as well as boutiques and a beauty salon. The hotel is located in the centre of town, opposite the Qing Nian Park.
The Kempinski Hotel Shenyang is the Group’s second contract in China to be announced this year, and it will open as the third Kempinski hotel in China. The management of the 492-room Kempinski Hotel Chengdu was announced last month while the Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center opened in 1992 and continues to be the nerve centre for an impressive shopping and business development.
Kempinski’s prestigious portfolio comprises luxurious properties in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South America and Asia. Each offers superior standards of service combined with a distinctive style reflecting the individuality of the property and its location.
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