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Hilton expands presence in Guangzhou with third flagship opening

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Thu, 01/17/2019 - 08:47
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The property features the region's largest meeting spaces with convenient access to local transportation and international event venues.

GUANGZHOU, China and MCLEAN, Va. -- Hilton Hotels and Resorts, Hilton's flagship brand, announced the opening of Hilton Guangzhou Science City. The eight-story, 430-room full-service hotel is just minutes from the world-class Baoneng International Sports Arena and 15 kilometres away from Pazhou Exhibition Center. With its extensive meeting facilities, the hotel is primed to be the preferred choice for business travel and gatherings. The property is owned by Guangzhou Tianma Group and managed by Hilton.

"This new opening is Hilton's first in Guangzhou Science City, a growing Research and Development and IT centre that is key to the development of Pearl River Delta as China's central hub for high-tech innovation," said Qian Jin, area president for Greater China and Mongolia, Hilton. "By delivering Hilton's exceptional service, we look forward to playing an integral role in defining the hospitality landscape as we enhance experiences for guests in Guangzhou Science City."

Ideally located in downtown Guangzhou Science City, guests can enjoy ease and convenience when attending the world's best entertainment events, industry exhibitions or business conferences. The property is strategically located within five kilometres of the technology campuses of leading Fortune Global 500 Companies and is only four kilometres away from Baoneng International Sports Arena, the most popular event venue for sports and entertainment events in south China. For a spot of retail therapy, guests can visit UTOPA shopping mall, which is just steps away from the hotel or enjoy nature in the parks surrounding around the hotel.

The modern hotel is thoughtfully designed to maximize energy efficiency, featuring an expansive skylight that fills the open lobby with natural light and exterior road lamps that are solar-powered. Contemporary touches can be found throughout the hotel's interiors, imparting minimalist, comfortable style across the four dining establishments and spacious guest rooms.

"With memorable experiences to be had at the property, this newest addition to the Hilton portfolio celebrates our commitment to offer guests moments that matter around the world," said Sean Wooden, vice president of brand management, Asia Pacific, Hilton.

Guests can indulge in luxurious comfort in each of the 430 well-appointed guest rooms, including 49 suites and apartments. Each room is complete with a private balcony with scenic views, floor-to-ceiling windows and a bathroom with separate bathtub and rain shower. Business travelers have the added convenience of a large workspace, complimentary Wi-Fi and an ergonomic desk chair.

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