Four Points by Sheraton Bijie Opens in China
Monday December 30th, 2013 - 9:51AM BP
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BIJIE, CHINA—Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., along with King Yuan Da Real Estate Limited, has opened the Four Points by Sheraton Bijie.
The first Four Points property in Guizhou Province, Four Points by Sheraton Bijie is located in the city’s business center on Dongsheng Road across the street from the Qixingguan District Government Offices. The hotel is part of a complex that houses the city’s largest shopping mall. It is just minutes from Bijie’s coach station, and a 25-minute drive from Bijie Feixiong Airport.
“As the first internationally branded hotel in the market, Four Points by Sheraton Bijie is well positioned to deliver an unparalleled guest experience backed by an uncomplicated comfort and great service,” said Tom Feng, GM of Four Points by Sheraton Bijie. “The opening of the hotel is certainly an exciting period for both the brand and the city, and we look forward to welcoming our first guests.”
Dining options at the hotel include The Eatery, the hotel’s signature restaurant, and the Lobby Lounge, which offers Best Brews, Four Points signature beer program. Other amenities include 1,193 sq. m of meeting space, a state-of-the-art fitness center including a gym, yoga room, sauna, steam room and an indoor heated swimming pool. All such facilities are scheduled to open at the end of March 2014.
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When you hear all the lodging industry projections for the months and years to come, much of the robust growth is forecast to be the result of the expected influx of travelers from China. In what could only be seen as good news for the industry, that expectation moved a little closer to reality when President Obama signed a visa waiver extension for Chinese travelers earlier this month.