Hilton Garden Inn Makes China Debut in Shenzhen
Monday January 13th, 2014 - 2:38PM BP
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SHENZHEN, CHINA—Hilton Garden Inn has expanded into China with the opening of the Hilton Garden Inn Shenzhen Bao’an.
“Today is a momentous occasion for Hilton Worldwide as we introduce our fifth brand to the Chinese market: the award-winning, upper mid-scale hotel brand, Hilton Garden Inn,” said Martin Rinck, president, Asia-Pacific, Hilton Worldwide. “We are excited by the prospect of hosting both Chinese and international guests at Hilton Garden Inn Shenzhen Bao'an, and look forward to welcoming many more Hilton Garden Inn properties across China in due course.”
The hotel is operated by Hilton Worldwide and owned by Shenzhen Warmsun Property Co., Ltd.
Located in the Bao'an District in Shenzhen, the 11-story hotel has 213 guestrooms. Amenities include complimentary WiFi throughout the hotel and high-speed Internet access in all guestrooms; 550 sq. m of meeting space, including one multi-functional room, three meeting rooms and a boardroom; a 24-hour business center; and a complimentary 24-hour fitness center.
Dining options include the Garden Grill, with cooked-to-order breakfast, Chinese cuisines, as well as international items; The Noodle Bar; The Garden Bar; and the 24-hour onsite Pavilion Pantry.
The hotel is near to Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport, Bao'an central bus station and Fuyong Pier, where guests have access to Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong’s Kowloon and Macau. Other attractions include various science and technology parks, access to the central business district, shopping malls and SOHO town.
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