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Carlson Expands China Portfolio with Park Plaza Beijing West Opening

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Carlson Hotels is opening its 10th property in China this week. The Park Plaza Beijing West, a 263-room property, is located at the end of Beijing’s Chang An Boulevard, next to the Wukesong Arena.

“The opening of this hotel comes at a time when demand for upper mid-scale hotel rooms is on the rise in China. Our Park Plaza properties are particularly ideal for cost-conscious business travellers seeking affordable yet quality accommodation with consistent standards,” said Jean-Marc Busato, managing director – Asia Pacific, Carlson Hotels Worldwide.

The new Park Plaza Beijing West hotel will provide complimentary high speed internet access to all guests. The hotel also has a selection of dining and entertainment choices, as well as meeting rooms and a ballroom for small seminars and conferences. It will be the third Park Plaza hotel in Beijing.

“Although we continue to value opportunities in key gateway cities such as Beijing and Shanghai, we are also focusing on developments in secondary and tertiary markets,” added Busato. “We currently have hotels under development in other fast-growing markets such as Chongqing, Liuzhou, Sanya and Shenyang.”

Carlson Hotels currently has 49 hotels in operation across the Asia Pacific region or more than 9,000 rooms, and another 75 properties under development or over 12,000 rooms, including a Park Plaza property in Lhasa, Tibet.

The group has seven hotels under development in China, which will add close to 2,000 rooms to its Radisson Hotels & Resorts and Park Plaza Hotels & Resorts brands, within the next three years.

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